Sometimes I muse and rave; and walking up and down I indite and enregister these my humours, these my conceits.
He expected that it would be the last he should ever indite.
And on Isabel's making no rejoinder he went on to enquire whether it took his lordship five days to indite a letter.
Then Mrs. Berry trained her fist to indite a letter to her bride.
He smiled as he slipped into the sitting-room to indite a line "To the Sleeping Beauty."
For as for me, that which I have not tasted I cannot indite.
But on the morrow Cook was enough better to be able to indite her own documents, though as yet unable to come downstairs.
Better to write and to feel such a sentiment than to indite volumes.
But when, an' please your honours, I indite fasting, 'tis a different history.
We indite all our letters in the phraseology of the business college.