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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raunge
Literary usage of Raunge
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue of Books by English Authors who Lived Before the Year 1700 by Robert Hoe, James Osborne Wright, Carolyn Shipman (1904)
"... to reede : In this Booke let him raunge, His fancie to feede. [Colophon] g& Imprinted at London in Paw- les Churche Yarde, ..."
2. The British Bibliographer by Joseph Haslewood, Sir Egerton Brydges (1812)
"As men doe use so women do loue to raunge. The more is my paine. ... B. then let her raunge. M. Edwards. No paines comparable te his attempt. ..."
3. The Royal Forests of England by John Charles Cox (1905)
"... lefte within the foreste, and they that are raunge into ... (unsatisfied) they raunge over all the adjacent ..."
4. Select Poetry, Chiefly Devotional, of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth by Edward Farr (1845)
"... forth they raunge, Regarding nought at all; Some Hue in hope againe to see The worship of God Baall. And still they boast therof, ..."
5. The Inflections and Syntax of the Morte D'Arthur of Sir Thomas Malory: A by Charles Sears Baldwin (1894)
"It is not easy to distinguish such cases from ordinary compounds. The F. noun raunge seems to make an invariable genitive in the phrase at the ..."