lent vs lended

lent lended


  • 1) (Bot.) the daffodil; -- so named from its blossoming in spring.
  • 2) (Eccl.) A fast of forty days, beginning with Ash Wednesday and continuing till Easter, observed by some Christian churches as commemorative of the fast of our Savior.
  • 3) a period of 40 weekdays from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday
  • 4) An annual fast of forty days, beginning with Ash Wednesday and continuing till Easter, observed from very early times in the Christian church, in commemoration of Christ's forty days' fast (Mat. iv. 2), and as a season of special penitence and preparation for the Easter feast.
  • 5) Preterit and past participle of lend.
  • 6) A suffix in some adjectives of Latin origin, as flatulent, pestilent, pulverulent, turbulent, vinolent, violent, virulent, etc. It is not used in new English formations.
  • 7) (Mus.) See Lento.
  • 8) obsolete Slow; mild; gentle.
  • 9) Simple past tense and past participle of lend.
  • 10) imp.&p.p.oflend.
  • 11) Inmusic,sameaslento.
  • 12) Slow;gentle;mild.


  • 1) nonstandard Simple past tense and past participle of lend.


  • 1) Yet it was a fact that she made him more than he was, lent him her strength to graft on to his own.
  • 2) Perhaps her father's recent death lent her a sympathetic audience.
  • 3) Slivers of dusk leaking in around the edges of the closed shutters lent only somber light to the room.
  • 4) ‘To this end he will be eating as little as possible from the beginning of lent until Easter.’
  • 5) ‘These aren't the words we would normally want to hear on the day before lent begins.’
  • 6) ‘Since one must reserve a room six months in advance, I made plans last fall to visit this lent.’
  • 7) ‘One of the most enjoyable events in Bolivia is Carnival, the period preceding lent.’
  • 8) ‘During lent, a visiting priest will celebrate Mass and preach at the Vigil Mass on Saturday night.’


  • 1) But this entry kind of lended itself to being TMI.
  • 2) However, I do have to say I treat books that are lended to me like they're precious jewels.
  • 3) In addition, Treasury officials are expected to announce Wednesday that TARP now has $6 billion more in bank repayments than taxpayers lended financial institutions during the crisis.
  • 4) Harring lended her voice to the Rabbits shorts Lynch developed in a few years before Inland Empire.
  • 5) There are SO many laws already in place to correct discriminatory lending, that strenghtening of the CRA was NOT needed … but it was … to the point that Banks lended against solid and normal business practices. gimmee a break.
  • 6) Wood has also appeared in many television shows and has lended his voice in films such as Happy Feet (2006).
  • 7) I have lended it to several people under 14 and they have liked it a lot (so do I, by the way).
  • 8) I have the disk, but then I lended it to my friend and she gave it back in a differient case and seems to have lost the original with the serial number. the original sims#1 on mine is: the sims 2 is:
  • 9) And ever since it has lended something of a fresh look to the seat of British power.

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