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fangled “world—Our,” CYMBELINE, v. 4. 134. Here fangled is, I apprehend, the same, or nearly the same, in meaning as new-fangled; but Malone (referring to Johnson's Dict.) explains it “gaudy, vainly decorated,” and Nares (in his Gloss.) “trifling.”

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