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writ
used in Bud, Not Buddy

8 uses
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Definition
law:  an order issued by a court or judicial officer

or more rarely:

archaic term for written or wrote
  • Across the top of the flyer writ in big black letters were the words LIMITED ENGAGEMENT, then in little letters it said, —Direct from an S.R.O. engagement in New York City.
    p. 6.9
  • Underneath the picture someone had writ with a black fountain pen, "One Night Only in Flint, Michigan, at the Luxurious Fifty Grand on Saturday June 16, 1932.
    p. 7.8
  • Running acrost the top of it was a sign that was writ on a long skinny flag, it said, BOYS AND GIRLS-FOLLOW THE GENTLE LIGHT TO THE MISS B. GOTTEN MOON PARK.
    p. 38.7
  • Writ about their car in fancy letters it said, THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE AMERICA TODAY!
    p. 50.0
  • She showed me how to find Chicago on the line that was running across the page and Flint on the line that was running down the page and then to look at the number that was writ where the two of them joined up.
    p. 58.3
  • Someone had took a pen or something and had writ on all five of them, but it was writ in a code so I couldn't understand what they meant.
    p. 79.0
  • Someone had took a pen or something and had writ on all five of them, but it was writ in a code so I couldn't understand what they meant.
    p. 79.1
  • That name had alias writ all over it!
    p. 133.3

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