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In one of the attics stood a great hasped chest, wherein the dead woman's dresses were mouldering.
AN ISLE IN THE WATERKATHARINE TYNAN
The doors were locked, but the kitchen window was not hasped, and through it she climbed.
MOOR FIRESE. H. (EMILY HILDA) YOUNG
Half-way down the length of the train he found what he was looking for: a box car with its side-door hasped but not locked.
THE REAL MANFRANCIS LYNDE
The door was hasped, with a crook let into a staple so that it might, if necessary, be padlocked.
IN THE ROAR OF THE SEASABINE BARING-GOULD
The door was hasped and fastened with a stick; precaution enough in such a place, and for all that it contained, too.
ST. PATRICK'S EVECHARLES JAMES LEVER
I looked round, mistress, and found he was quite alone, and that the companion-head was hasped down.
From the center of the back of the box a square was cut out and a trap door fitted in and hasped down.
As she did so, she made sure that her window was hasped wide.
BROTHER COPASSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
The screened doors were shut and hasped, but the windows were all open.
PEGGY RAYMOND'S VACATIONHARRIET L. (HARRIET LUMMIS) SMITH

WORD OF THE DAY

machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION