imp. & p. 1.imp. & p. p. of Reach.
1.imp. & p. p. of Reck.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As Zuberi (2017) points out in a trenchant essay on music, race, and religion, listening to music enables negotiations of Muslim identity even as "speaking as Muslim" has become a raught affair in a post-9/11 context.
He smiled me in the face, raught me his hand, And with a feeble grip says, "Dear my lord, Commend me to the service of my sovereign." So did he turn, and over Suffolk's neck He threw his wounded arm, and kissed his lips, And so espoused to death, with blood he sealed A testament of noble-ending love.
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In vertuous lore to traine his tender youth, And all that gentle noriture ensueth: And that so soone as ryper years he raught, He might for memory of that days ruth, Be called Ruddymane, and thereby taught, T'auenge his Parents death on them, that had it wrought.
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Mery Reporte and all the sewters entreth If I hadde caught them, Or ever I raught them, I wolde have taught them To be nere me.
Eight lines later Enobarbus falls down and the three witnesses are no more certain than we are about what has happened to him: "He sleeps," says the second watchman; "Swoons rather," says the sentry, who a line or two later changes his mind: "The hand of death hath raught him." Second Watchman is not convinced: "Come on then.
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