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- adjective Obsolete form of
- verb obsolete Simple past tense and past participle of
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In the long swards of tender grass the multitude of the daisies were white as milk faintly stained with flusht dews fallen from roses.
Christmas in Legend and Story A Book for Boys and Girls Elva S. Smith
One flusht, one white as parchment, and both dumb;
Helen Redeemed and Other Poems Maurice Hewlett 1892
Enemy; flusht with this Success, it put them upon considering what
Thus flusht, great Sir, thy strength in _Israel_ try:
But, alas, when men have been once flusht or entred with Vice, how hard is it for them to leave it, especially it tends towards ambition or greatness, which is the general lust of a large Soul, and the common error of vast parts, which fix their Eyes so upon the lure of greatness, that they have no time left them to consider by what indirect and unlawful means they must (if ever) attain it.
Miss Griffin in the evening, informing her of his freedom, that young lady remarked my hagitated manner of walking and speaking, and said, “Honest Charles! he is flusht with the events of the day.
I carried the note he gave me for Miss Griffin in the evening, informing her of his freedom, that young lady remarked my hagitated manner of walking and speaking, and said, "Honest Charles! he is flusht with the events of the day.
The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush William Makepeace Thackeray 1837