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Elizabeth, Queen of England, Samuel Griswold Goodrich

"Elizabeth, Queen of England." Lives of Celebrated Women. Ed. Samuel Griswold Goodrich. Boston: n.p., 1843. 335-38. Books.google.com. Forgotten Books, 2015. Web. 20 Mar. 2016.

Lines 13-15:

“Upon the death of Mary, in 1558, she was immediately proclaimed queen, and was received in the metropolis with the loudest acclamations. She consigned to oblivion all the affronts she had received during the late reign, and prudently assumed the gracious demeanor of the common sovereign of all her subjects.”

What is the meaning of the phrase, "She consigned to oblivion"?

A

Recorded.

B

Forgot.

C

Dreamt.

D

Punished.

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