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The old war-dogs made more lingering sederunts in the change-houses, the low taverns in the back lands sounded with bragging chorus and debate, and in the room of the Sergeant More the half-pay gentlemen mixed more potently their midday drams.
Gilian The Dreamer His Fancy, His Love and Adventure Neil Munro
In his long sederunts with Templandmuir he would slip out to the pump, before every brew, to get water of sufficient coldness.
The House with the Green Shutters George Douglas Brown 1885
-- Hard work in the Court, the sederunts turn long and burthensome.
The Journal of Sir Walter Scott From the Original Manuscript at Abbotsford Walter Scott 1801
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