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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of paragon.
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THE CAPTIVE having said this, held his peace; and Don Fernando replied to him thus: Truly, captain, the manner wherewithal you have recounted this marvellous success hath been such as it may be paragoned to the novelty and strangeness of the event itself.
The Cavaliere, indeed, as became a poet, paragoned her in his song to all the pagan goddesses of antiquity; and doubtless these were finer to look at than mere women; but so, it seemed, was she; for, to believe my grandmother, she made other women look no more than the big French fashion-doll that used to be shown on Ascension days in the Piazza.
'Arikes Hedlor to the ground, 57 — — ftands the centre and the foul of all, 150 paragoned to none but Achilles, Tent. xxxv.
"What poet was it," he cried, "that paragoned youth to the Easter sunshine, which, wherever it touches, causes a flower to spring up?