from The Century Dictionary.

  • Obsolete forms of the preterit and past participle of spread.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • imp. of spread.


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  • Thenne ayenst tyme of mete, the boteler or the ewer shall brynge forthe clenly dressed and fayre applyed [3] Tabill-clothis, and the cubbord-clothe, cowched uppon his lefte shulder, laying them uppon the tabill ende, close applied [4] unto the tyme that he have firste coverd the cubbord; and thenne cover the syde-tabillis, and laste the principall tabill with dobell clothe drau {n}, cowched, and spradde unto the degre, as longeth therto in festis.

    Early English Meals and Manners Frederick James Furnivall 1867


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