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Ship, vb. 1) to put on board of a ship, to embark: “to see me --ed,” Gent. I, 1, 54. Gent. I, 1, 54 II, 3, 37. “and --ed, from thence to Flanders,” H6C IV, 5, 21 (F1 shipt; M. Edd. ship). “that I was --ed at sea, I well remember,” Per. III, 4, 5. With for: “the king is not yet --ed for Ireland,” R2 II, 2, 42. “there I'll s. them all for Ireland,” H6B III, 1, 329.
2) to transport in a ship: “would thou wert --ed to hell,” Tit. I, 206. “may have --ed her hence,” IV, 3, 23. “we will s. him hence,” Hml. IV, 1, 30. “hath --ed me intil the land,” V, 1, 81.
In Oth. II, 1, 47 --ed, adjectively, == furnished with a ship, having a ship: is he well --ed?
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