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CLARENDON : This is the only passage of Sh. in which the word is employed in
its earlier and rarer sense [as given by War- burton]. 14. Coleridge (p. 148) :
Observe the gradual transition from the silence and the still recent habit of
listening in ...
72. toils] Clarendon : Causes to toil. Many verbs which we only use as intransitive
were used in Shakespeare's time also as transitive; e.g. ' to fear,' ' to learn,' 'to
cease,' ' to remember," and some which we only use as transitive were used as ...
86. compact] Clarendon : Always, whether substantive or adjective, accented by
Sh. on the last syllable, except in I Hen. VI: V, iv, 163. For lists of words with
accents differing from present use, see Abbott, til 490, 492. Size refers to the
may be possibly (though I doubt it ; Clarendon says it is ' a hind of hendiadys'),
but the only example Upton gives from Sh. is from Ant. &* Cleop. IV, ii, 44.
Moberly : Law would be wanted to draw up accurately the contract, heraldry to
give it a ...
125. climatures] Clarendon : Possibly used for those who live under the same
climate. Otherwise it would be better to read ' climature ' with Dyce. The French
climature appears to be a modern word in that language, for it is not found in Cot-
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