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See also: Appendix:Variations of "d"
- (archaic or poetic) -ed.
- Hast thou mark’d the dawn of next?
- William Topaz McGonagall - The Tay Bridge Disaster:
- But when the train came near to Wormit Bay,
- Boreas he did loud and angry bray,
- And shook the central girders of the Bridge of Tay
- On the last Sabbath day of 1879,
- Which will be remember'd for a very long time.
- Sometimes used to form the past tense of some verbs that are in the form of numerals, letters, and abbreviations, especially in online communication. Compare ’s.
- Google Plus - You +1’d this.
- I just lol’d but then stopped and realized this wasn’t funny.
- The contracted form of the past tense marker is used when pronounced as a single consonant (unstressed e). It is archaic; the same suffix is used to contract would or had after a pronoun (see 'd). It is sometimes still used in abbreviated verbs or initialisms that function as verbs such as KO'd.
- Compare 'd.