pled

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pled

  1. (Canada, US, Scotland) simple past tense and past participle of plead
    • 1802, The Edinburgh Magazine, v. XIX (new series), p. 70
      When the indictment was read over, and the Jury sworn in, the prisoner pled guilty.
    • 2007, October 28th: James@War, Blame Halo 3 – Spoof of Akon Sorry, Blame It On Me, 0:29–0:40
      I’m sorry for the way that I’ve behaved
      Over the last 27 days
      I’m sorry for the times you asked and pled
      But I never heard a word you said.

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pled m (plural pleds)

  1. (Rumantsch Grischun, Sutsilvan, Surmiran, Puter, Vallader) word

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pled (plural pleds)

  1. game (for recreation)

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