verb (used with object), dight or dight·ed, dight·ing.
Origin of dight
Examples from the Web for dight
Chaucer never rimes -ight with -yt, as in the case of dight, delyt; Rom.
We shall be hang'd anon, away good wenches, and have a care you dight things handsomly, I will look over you.Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (8 of 10)|Francis Beaumont
She was not dight to go nor ride She had no joy of the summer-tide.Poems by the Way|William Morris
If that fact came out in the inquiry into the plot, Godfrey's doom was dight, the general frenzy would make men cry for his blood.The Valet's Tragedy and Other Stories|Andrew Lang
Albeit he had told his mind beforehand to Stephen the Eater, who had dight him all things ready for departure.The Sundering Flood|William Morris