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7. now] Dyce : Is not the sense the same whether we read new or ' now ' ? 8.
much] Abbott, § 51 : Muck, more, is frequently used as an ordinary adjective, like
the Scotch mickle, and the Early English muchel. 9. heart] Hunter (ii, 212) : As no
23. fantasy] Clarendon : Both this word and ' fancy ' are commonly used by Sh. in
the sense of imagination. The former is, however, found in the modern sense of
whim, caprice in Oth. Ill, iii, 299. 25. dreaded] Francke: Conf. I Hen. VI: IV, v, 8, ...
62. frownd] f round Y^. 53. Horatio] Corson: 'Horatio' should be uttered with an
unequal upward wave, expressing the triumph of the speaker in the confirmation
of his report. 55. on't] For instances of the use of ' on ' in the sense of about, where
+, Mob. has the same sense as improve. This last word Nares defines by * to
reprove or refute; as from improbo, Latin.' Singer (ed. 1) cites Florio: ' Improbare,
to im- prooue, to impugn,' hence ' unimproved ' means unimpeacked,
But in addition to the foregoing the word is sometimes used in the sense of racket
, disturbance [as here in Hamlet], In this sense it may be a parallel form with
rumpus. Caldecott connects it with ' Romelynge, privy mysterynge. Ruminacio ...
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