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Property, vb. 1) to make a property or tool of: “they have here --ed me, keep me in darkness,” Tw. IV, 2, 99 (they have done with me as with a thing having no will of its own). “I am too high-born to be --ed, to be a secondary at control,” John V, 2, 79. “his large fortune . . . subdues and --es to his love and tendance all sorts of hearts,” Tim. I, 1, 57.
2) partic., or rather adj., --ed, == endowed with qualities: “his voice was --ed as all the tuned spheres,” Ant. V, 2, 83.*
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