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Definition of the verb Graved

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  1. simple past of grave

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Google previewPharmaceutical Journal (1903)

Among the wills recently graved is that of Mr. W. T. Atkins, chemist, of Poole, £4, o53 4s. 6d. gross. Mr. Robert Munn, the registrar of births and deaths at Burnley for a period of forty-three years, who also carried on business as a chemist, has left ...

Google previewDonohue's Standard New Century Dictionary of the English Language (1916)

graved, pp. graven, graved). To make incisions on ; to engrave; to impress deeply, as on the mind; to clean, as a snip's bottom, and oover with pitch. — n. A pit for the dead; a tomb.— a. Weighty; serious; staid; thoughtful; not gay; ...

Google previewThe Synonymous, Etymological and Pronouncing. English Dictionary; in which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals ..... Ectracted from the Laubours of the Late Samuel Johnson (etc.) (1805)

forsook fraught, or freighted froze gelded, or gelt at, or got ::::: gilt girded, or girt gave Went ground graved reW h d ung, or hange :8 g heard heaved, ...


IN WHICH The Words are Not Only Rationally Divided Into Syllables, Accurately Accented, Their Part of Speech Properly Distinguished, and Their Various Significations Arranged in One Line; But Likewife, by A KEY TO THIS WORK, COMPRISING The Various Sounds of the Vowels and Consonants, Denoted by Typographical Characters, and Illustrated by Examples which Render it Intelligible to the Weakest Capacity, IT EXHIBITS THEIR TRUE PRONUNCIATION, ACCORDING TO THE PRESENT PRACTICE, OF MEN of LETTERS, EMINENT ORATORS, and POLITE SPEAKERS in LONDON; UPON A PLAN PERFECTLY PLAIN, and ENTIRELY NEW. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, A COMPREHENSIVE GRAMMAR of the ENGLISH LANGUAGE by William Perry

graved graven, graved grew grown hung, hanged hung, hanged had had heard heard heaved, hove heaved, hoven helped holpen, helped hewed hewen, hewn hid hidden hit hit held holden hurt hurt kept kept knit knit knew known ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1906)

graven, grave, rarely weak, graved), \ AS. grafan (pret. grof, pi. grofon, pp. graf en), dig, delve, bury, also carve, engrave (also in comp. dgrafan, inscribe, begrafan, bury), = OS. *grabhan (only in comp. bigrabhan, bury, and in deriv.

Google previewSpelling Dictionary of the English Language (1831)

by [John] Entick

graved, pret. graved, graven, part. to engrave, carve, clean, ...

Google previewA general dictionary of the English language; to which is prefixed, a comprehensive grammar (1795)

by William Perry (of Edinburgh.)

er freighted froze gelded, or gelt gar, vr got gilded, or gilt girded, er girt gave went ground graved grew hung, or hanged had heard heaved, or hove helped hewed hid hit held hurt kept kj;it knew laid JsklC led lent let 1» lifted light, or lighted, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1783)

Abstracted from the Folio Edition by Samuel Johnson

graved j part. pa(T. graven. 1. To infculp j to carve in any haul fub. ftance. Prior. 2. To carve or form. Htbreivs. Drydan.

Google previewEntick's New Spelling Dictionary ... Carefully revised, corrected, and improved, by John Robinson (1834)

by John ENTICK, John ROBINSON (Schoolmaster, of London.)

graved; pret. graved, graven; pa- to engrave, ...

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Scrabble value of G2R1A1V4E1D2

The value of this 6-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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