lodge (v.) Old form(s): lodg'd
beat down, flatten, make level
2H6 III.ii.176[Warwick to Suffolk, of dead Gloucester's beard] rough and rugged, / Like to the summer's corn by tempest lodged
Mac IV.i.54[Macbeth to Witches] Though bladed corn be lodged and trees blown down
R2 III.iii.162[King Richard to Aumerle, of the latter's tears] Our sighs and they shall lodge the summer corn
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