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pale to enclose as with a pale, to encompass, to encircle: “pale your head in Henry's glory,” 3 HENRY VI., i. 4. 103 ; “paled in With rocks,” CYMBELINE, iii. 1. 19 ; “Pales in the flood with men,” HENRY V., v. Prologue, 10 ; “Whate'er the ocean pales,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, ii. 7. 67.

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