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addition title, mark of distinction: “Bull-bearing Milo his addition yield,” TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, ii. 3. 241 ; “his addition shall be humble,” TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, iii. 2. 91 ; “A great addition earned in thy death,” TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, iv. 5. 141 ; “Bear The addition nobly ever,” CORIOLANUS, i. 9. 66 ; “In which addition, hail,” MACBETH, i. 3. 106 ; “whereby he does receive Particular addition,” MACBETH, iii. 1. 99 ; “with swinish phrase Soil our addition” HAMLET, i. 4. 20 ( “disparage us by using, as characteristic of us, terms that imply or impute swinish properties, that fix a swinish addition or title to our names,” CALDECOTT) ,; “the least syllable of thy addition,” KING LEAR, ii. 2. 22 ; “no addition, nor my wish,” OTHELLO, iii. 4. 195 ; “the addition Whose want even kills me,” OTHELLO, iv. 1. 104 ; “they are devils' additions,” THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, ii. 2. 266 ; “Where great additions swell's,” ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, ii. 3. 125 ; “hath robbed many beasts of their particular additions” TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, i. 2. 20 ( “their peculiar and characteristic qualities or denominations,” MALONE) ; “all the additions to a king,” KING LEAR, i. 1. 135.

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