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- adjective Obsolete form of
- verb obsolete Simple past tense and past participle of
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Ower kittehs awl yoost 2 run up an doun teh hallwai skiddin awn teh polisht flore.
Having polisht off this epistol, master intrustid it to me to carry, and bade me at the same time to try and give it into Miss
I suported you this weak by polishin 10 door handels at 7 cents each, some of them was already polisht but the folks was real nice about it and let me give them an extry polish.
His "polisht _Pillars_ of strong _Verse_" were destined never to carry a roof.
Or from the polisht brass woke thin-toned tinkling music,
Hidden in midmost stead, and its polisht framework of Indian
Having polisht off this epistol, master intrustid it to me to carry, and bade me at the same time to try and give it into Miss Griffin's hand alone.
Your cheeks too, smooth and polisht as they are, will not be so like a roseleaf by and by.
The young countryman was in his usual linen frock; all his finery consisted in a pair of leather breeches, which he had polisht till they shone like a field of dandelions: he had a very simple look, and was a good deal ashamed.
Flourish undr. a Sett of better polisht patriotts.