Definition of Surged

1. Verb. (past of surge) ¹



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Definition of Surged

1. surge [v] - See also: surge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Surged

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surfperch
surfperches
surfrider
surfriders
surfriding
surfs
surfside
surfy
surgations
surge
surge protector
surge suppressor
surge suppressors
surged (current term)
surgeful
surgeless
surgent
surgeon
surgeon's knot
surgeoncies
surgeoncy
surgeoness
surgeonesses
surgeonfish
surgeonfishes
surgeonlike
surgeonly
surgeonries

Literary usage of Surged

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1. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"Our column swayed and surged irresolutely — three batteries, the divisional ammunition reserve, the baggage, and a section of the hospital and bearer corps. ..."

2. From Manassas to Appomattox: Memoirs of the Civil War in America by James Longstreet (1908)
"... and Determined Front Assaults—Brigadiers Helm killed and Adams wounded—The Union Commands lay behind Defences—Hood's Brigades surged through the Forest ..."

3. From Manassas to Appomattox: Memoirs of the Civil War in America by James Longstreet (1895)
"... and Determined Front Assaults—Brigadiers Helm killed and Adams wounded—The Union Commands lay behind Defences—Hood's Brigades surged through the Forest ..."

4. Two Little Pilgrims' Progress: A Story of the City Beautiful by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1895)
"... THE crowd in the depot surged into the streets, and melted'into and became an addition to the world of people there. The pavements were moving' masses ..."

5. Dorothy Q: Together with A Ballad of the Boston Tea Party & Grandmother's by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1892)
"... all torn and gory— shall I tell the fearful story, How they surged above the breastwork, as a sea breaks over a deck ; How, driven, yet scarce defeated, ..."

6. Victory!: Celebrated by Thirty-eight American Poets by William Stanley Braithwaite (1919)
"... Glaenzer T the rumor of truce a glory of joy broke loose, A jubilant frenzy that made the earth tremble, That surged to the stars, snuffing out Mars. ..."

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