enter'd

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enter'd

  1. (archaic) simple past tense and past participle of enter
    • [1923 [April 29, 1792], Menzies' Journal of Vancouver's Voyage, April to October, 1792[1], OCLC 1086782063, page 15:
      As soon as the Boat was hoisted in we made sail & pursued our course along shore till about noon when we enterd the famous Streights of Juan de Fuca.]

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