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pack “to practise unlawful confederacy or collusion” (JOHNSON) . “Go pack with him,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, iv. 2. 156 ( “contrive insidiously,” STEEVENS) ; “were he not pack'd with her,” THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, v. 1. 219 (confederate); “pack'd in all this wrong,” MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, v. 1. 285. (confederate)

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