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bridg (plural bridges)

  1. Obsolete form of bridge.
    • 1667, William Crompton, A Pastors Farwel to a Beloved Flock[1], page 173:
      I have read of a man , who being drunk, rode over a narrow bridg ( the firſt and laſt that ever paſt that way , as which in all likelihood lead him to imminent death ) and next morning viewing how he had eſcaped , fell into a ſwound with acting over again the danger of his adventure , in his own apprehenſions.