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hent

 (hĕnt)
tr.v. hent·ed, hent·ing, hents Obsolete
To take hold of; seize.

[Middle English henten, from Old English hentan.]
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hent

(hɛnt)
vb
(tr) to seize; grasp
n
anything that has been grasped, esp by the mind
[Old English hentan to pursue; related to huntian to hunt]

hent

(hɛnt)
vb (tr)
dialect Southwest English to empty: I'll hent the water out in the garden.
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hent

(hɛnt)

v.t. hent, hent•ing. Archaic.
to seize.
[before 1000; Middle English henten, Old English hentan]
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hend, hent - To hend is to seize or take; hent is the act of seizing.
See also related terms for seizing.
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hent


Past participle: hented
Gerund: henting

Imperative
hent
hent
Present
I hent
you hent
he/she/it hents
we hent
you hent
they hent
Preterite
I hented
you hented
he/she/it hented
we hented
you hented
they hented
Present Continuous
I am henting
you are henting
he/she/it is henting
we are henting
you are henting
they are henting
Present Perfect
I have hented
you have hented
he/she/it has hented
we have hented
you have hented
they have hented
Past Continuous
I was henting
you were henting
he/she/it was henting
we were henting
you were henting
they were henting
Past Perfect
I had hented
you had hented
he/she/it had hented
we had hented
you had hented
they had hented
Future
I will hent
you will hent
he/she/it will hent
we will hent
you will hent
they will hent
Future Perfect
I will have hented
you will have hented
he/she/it will have hented
we will have hented
you will have hented
they will have hented
Future Continuous
I will be henting
you will be henting
he/she/it will be henting
we will be henting
you will be henting
they will be henting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been henting
you have been henting
he/she/it has been henting
we have been henting
you have been henting
they have been henting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been henting
you will have been henting
he/she/it will have been henting
we will have been henting
you will have been henting
they will have been henting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been henting
you had been henting
he/she/it had been henting
we had been henting
you had been henting
they had been henting
Conditional
I would hent
you would hent
he/she/it would hent
we would hent
you would hent
they would hent
Past Conditional
I would have hented
you would have hented
he/she/it would have hented
we would have hented
you would have hented
they would have hented
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
References in periodicals archive ?
Mieke Bal and Hent de Vries (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2003), 17.
However upsetting Blanchot's aborted execution (if we take his narrative, as Hent de Vries calls it, as an "entanglement" of fiction and biography), his account does not issue from the slow grind of persecution that haunts Radnoti's life and writing, but from the "useless ferocity" of an "already vanquished' enemy" (Blanchot, The Instant 30).
That semeth trewest whan she wol bygyle And kan to fooles so hire song entune That she hem hent and blent, traitour comune!
First, there is a group of scholars including Hent De Vries and Mark Jeuengersmyers that believes religion is always violent.
[Ikh hob gezen di shvartse mase kniyen In ekstaz far yezusn dem refer; Un oygn glotsike nit oyfgehert tsu gliyen, Un hent mazoliste geshtrekt zikh un gebetn.] (49) The poem goes on to describe the exploitation of Black workers, and ends with a rejection of organized religion in favor of political activism.
Hent inim vulla feugait lute vel iliquam, con hendionulla facillaor se do odolenisl ip et vulla augait venit accum iniam veniamcommy nummy num vullutet, quam doluptat ex er goes hererey.
Hent de Vries (New York: Fordham University, 2008) 101-19.
Compiled by the editorial team of Ward Blanton (Reader in Biblical Cultures and European Thought, Department of Religious Studies, University of Kent, England) and Hent De Vries (Professor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland) "Paul and the Philosophers" is a 608 page compendium comprised of twenty-five erudite and scholarly essays organized into six major sections: Reconstructing the Ancient Paul 'Between Athens and Jerusalem'; Sovereignty and the Aporias of Universalism; Paul, Materialism, and the Contingencies of Emancipation; Communal Spaces between Times; Ethics and the Foundations of Law.
In his work on media and religion, Hent de Vreis (2001) draws on Derrida's rethinking of religion to make a strong case for studying the "interface" between religion and media.
aut (< out), baschet (< basketball), gol (< goal), hent (< hands), meci (< match), ofsaid (, offside).
They also comment on the high pitch and piercing clarity of angelic timbre, remarking that 'all heaven might not have gone harre, / that note on high when hee up hent' (7.414-5) and compare the angel's voice to bird-song: 'hee so whewted' (7.422) and 'up as a pye hee pyped' (7.417).
(11) See Quentin Skinner, The Sovereign State: A Genealogy, in SOVEREIGNTY IN FRAGMENTS: THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF A CONTESTED CONCEPT 26 (Hent Kalmo & Quentin Skinner eds., 2010) (giving a history of the concept of the sovereign state).