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Things didst often describes (“didst ________”)
laugh, trust, promise, march, command, desire, bear, call, bind, love, fettle, place, tread, refuse, form, dream, part, abuse, hate, spring, answer, smile, hand, quarry, hope, comfort, fear, brood, drink, wear, return, gaze, walk, look, note, rest, doubt, witness, purpose, shoot, fight, offer, show, gain, consent, fall, curse, poison, light, purchase, increase, fetter, issue, radiate, converse, talk, mention, drive, crayon, flash, mislike, question, cry, reason, attempt, boast, lie, neigh, gleam, feare, grant, rain, help, prize, weave, fashion, husbands, reply, profess, loue, cure, brereton, institute, glimmer, bid, idols, cradle, mankind, master, court, sleep, worship, practise, sojourn, decree, bleed

How didst often is described (“________ didst”)
little, old, first, much, vain, long, such, early, ugly, evil, twice, last, very, late, mortal, fair, remote, eternal, sakes, least, wise, why, sun, conscious, afraid, deep, lonely, right, dead, weak, light, gold, secret, womb, lofty, self, swan, wild, body, like, affraid, thou, mighty, uncommon, whylome, latin, immortal, wrong, ill, less, aged, sovereign, bitter, quarto, alone, well

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See didst used in context: 1 rhyme, 118 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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