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VERBS, INFLECTIONS OF:-- Participles. Irregular formations

Irregular participial formations. The following are irregular:--

“You have swam.

“I have spake.

“Misbecomed.

“Becomed.

“Which thou hast perpendicularly fell.

“We had droven them home.

"Sawn" for "seen" is found as a rhyme to "drawn," L. C. 91.

“Strucken.

; L. L. L. iv. 3. 224; J. C. iii. 1. 209.

“When they are fretten with the gusts of heaven.

“Sweaten.

(So Quartos.)

Caught seems to be distinguished as an adjective from the participle catch'd in

“None are so surely caught when they are catch'd
As wit turned fool.

The following are unusual:--

“Splitted.

, v. 1. 308; A. and C. v. 1. 24.

“Beated.

The following are archaic:--

“Marcus, unknit that sorrow-wreathen knot.

“Foughten.

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