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... other instances of 'might' used in the sense of ' was able ' or ' could.' 57.
sensible] For instances of adjectives, especially those ending in ful, less, ble, and
ive, which have both an active and a passive meaning, see Abbott, \ 3; Walker (
Crit. i ...
138. spirits) For the monosyllabic pronunciation of this word, see Walker (Crit. i.
193, 205), quoted in Macb. TV, i, 127. Also Abbott, § 463; and I, i, 161. 139. Cock
crows] Dyce (Few Notes, &c., p. 134): The cock used to crow when Garrick acted
17. that you know,) Walker (Crit. iii, 261) : Sh. can never have written anything so
harsh and obscure as this. Point, * Now follows that you know : young Fortinbras,'
&c. If, indeed, this correction has not been made already, as I think it has.
For many instances (which Dyce with truth says might be multiplied without end)
of apparent lack of agreement between the nominative and the verb, see Abbott,
§ 332 etseq.; Math. II, i, 61, and Ham. Ill, ii, 194; III, iii, 14. 39. duty) Walker (Crit. i,
... in the augmented piece the reason given by Laertes for his coming is more
courtier-like. 56. pardon] Clarendon : Leave to depart. So in III, ii, 303. It is
equivalent to « leave ' in Cymb. I, iv, 46, and 3 Hen. VI: IV, i, 87. ST Polonius]
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