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dight

 (dīt)
tr.v. dight or dight·ed, dight·ing, dights Archaic
To dress; adorn.

[Middle English dighten, from Old English dihtan, to arrange, from Latin dictāre, to dictate, order; see dictate.]

dight

(daɪt)
vb (tr) , dights, dighting, dight or dighted
(Military) to adorn or equip, as for battle
[Old English dihtan to compose, from Latin dictāre to dictate]

dight

(daɪt)

v.t. dight dight•ed, dight•ing.
Archaic. to adorn.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English dihtan to arrange, compose < Latin dīctāre (see dictate)]

dight


Past participle: dight/dighted
Gerund: dighting

Imperative
dight
dight
Present
I dight
you dight
he/she/it dights
we dight
you dight
they dight
Preterite
I dight/dighted
you dight/dighted
he/she/it dight/dighted
we dight/dighted
you dight/dighted
they dight/dighted
Present Continuous
I am dighting
you are dighting
he/she/it is dighting
we are dighting
you are dighting
they are dighting
Present Perfect
I have dight/dighted
you have dight/dighted
he/she/it has dight/dighted
we have dight/dighted
you have dight/dighted
they have dight/dighted
Past Continuous
I was dighting
you were dighting
he/she/it was dighting
we were dighting
you were dighting
they were dighting
Past Perfect
I had dight/dighted
you had dight/dighted
he/she/it had dight/dighted
we had dight/dighted
you had dight/dighted
they had dight/dighted
Future
I will dight
you will dight
he/she/it will dight
we will dight
you will dight
they will dight
Future Perfect
I will have dight/dighted
you will have dight/dighted
he/she/it will have dight/dighted
we will have dight/dighted
you will have dight/dighted
they will have dight/dighted
Future Continuous
I will be dighting
you will be dighting
he/she/it will be dighting
we will be dighting
you will be dighting
they will be dighting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dighting
you have been dighting
he/she/it has been dighting
we have been dighting
you have been dighting
they have been dighting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dighting
you will have been dighting
he/she/it will have been dighting
we will have been dighting
you will have been dighting
they will have been dighting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dighting
you had been dighting
he/she/it had been dighting
we had been dighting
you had been dighting
they had been dighting
Conditional
I would dight
you would dight
he/she/it would dight
we would dight
you would dight
they would dight
Past Conditional
I would have dight/dighted
you would have dight/dighted
he/she/it would have dight/dighted
we would have dight/dighted
you would have dight/dighted
they would have dight/dighted
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References in classic literature ?
And how strange is this marvel, and how awful -- that to the one per- ception it is enchanted and dight in a base and shame- ful aspect; yet to the perception of the other it is not enchanted, hath suffered no change, but stands firm and stately still, girt with its moat and waving its ban- ners in the blue air from its towers.
Allyson Dight, 51, said: "I didn't know the dog owners but I just found it so distressing - I couldn't go to sleep thinking about it.
Complicating matters, however, is the fact that Gawain visits a priest for confession between accepting the girdle and failing to reveal it to Bertilak; critics differ as to the possible efficacy of this confession, even as the poem records that the priest "asoyled hym surely and sette hym so clene / As domezday schulde haf ben dight on [thorn]e morn" ("absolved him completely, and made him as clean / As if the Judgment were appointed for the next day" (1883-84)).
But after considering the case, Judge Marc Dight at Central London County Court dismissed Reich's claim.
PE teacher Terry Dight insisted the children's interest and development through the programme had surpassed all expectations - and the academy were seeing huge benefits in and out of the classroom.
Centre Ellis Rudder, full-back Joe Williams, left wing Mathew Dight, No.
TO dance these Damesels them dight, 10 Thir Lasses light of Laits, Their Gloves were of the Raffel right, Their Shoon were of the Straits Their Kirtles were of Fincome light, Well prest with mony Plaits, 15 They were so nice when Men them nicht, They squeel'd like ony Gaits Fou loud that Day.
Elving Anderson (1921-2014) was Assistant Director of the Dight Institute for Human Genetics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis and president of the ASA when he wrote this communication.
They wrote, of the Cross, "O Tree of Beauty, Tree of Light, O Tree with royal purple dight.
Research conducted over the past few decades has shown that one trait consistently associated with high-risk driving is sensation seeking, which is characterized by a preference for new experiences and a willingness to take risks (Jonah, 1997; Patil, Shope, Raghunathan, & Bingham, 2006; Van Beurden, Zask, Brooks, & Dight, 2005).
Despite the mammoth number of visitors passing through the airport - almost 23 million in 2011, quality still prevails over quantity and Jumeirah will be joining an already impressive line-up of five star hotels and services," the agent's managing director Stephen Dight said.
His knife see rustic Labour dight, An cut you up wi ready slight, Trenching your gushing entrails bright, Like onie ditch; And then, O what a glorious sight, Warm-reekin, rich