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cleave to, to unite with closely: “Thy thoughts I cleave to,” THE TEMPEST, iv. 1. 164 ; “cleave to no revenge but Lucius,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, v. 2. 136 ; “cleave not to their mould,” MACBETH, i. 3. 145 ; “If you shall cleave to my consent,” MACBETH, ii. 1. 25 (a very obscure passage).

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