- Something that was bought (ie, past tense of bought).
That item was boughten for you to use now, or having boughten it, you don't have to buy it again.
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Boughten — Bought en, a. Purchased; not obtained or produced at home. Coleridge. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
boughten — irregular pp. of BUY (Cf. buy); as an adjective from 1793, especially in colloquial U.S. usage, of clothing and other items, opposed to made … Etymology dictionary
boughten — [bôt′ n] adj. Dial. bought at a store and not homemade … English World dictionary
boughten — adjective Etymology: bought + en (as in forgotten) Date: 1738 chiefly dialect bought < the only boughten carpet in the region H. W. Thompson > … New Collegiate Dictionary
boughten — adjective /ˈbɔːtən/ Characterized as having been purchased or bought versus handmade. Is that a boughten chair? … Wiktionary
boughten — /bawt n/, adj. Northern and North Midland U.S. Nonstandard. store bought. [1785 95; BOUGHT + EN3] * * * … Universalium
boughten — [ bɔ:t(ə)n] archaic past participle of buy. adjective dialect, chiefly N. Amer. bought rather than home made … English new terms dictionary
boughten — bought·en … English syllables
boughten — bought•en [[t]ˈbɔt n[/t]] adj. chiefly dial. dial. sts store bought • Etymology: 1785–95 … From formal English to slang
boughten — adj. US or dial. bought at a shop, not home made. Etymology: var. of past part. of BUY … Useful english dictionary