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passion sorrow, emotion: “I must speak in passion,” 1 HENRY IV., ii. 4. 375 ; “A mother's tears in passion for her son,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, i. 1. 106 ; “the tender boy, in passion moved,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, iii. 2. 48 ; “I feel my master's passion” TIMON OF ATHENS, iii. 1. 55 ( “suffering,” STEEVENS) ; “I have much mistook your passion” JULIUS CAESAR, i. 2. 48 ( “the nature of the feelings from which you are now suffering,” STEEVENS) ; “You shall offend him and extend his passion,” MACBETH, iii. 4. 57 (prolong); “passion in the gods,” HAMLET, ii. 2. 512 ; “well-painted passion,” OTHELLO, iv. 1. 254 ; “This borrow'd passion,” PERICLES, iv. 4. 24 ; “his passion move me,” 3 HENRY VI., i. 4. 150. ( “passions,” Dyce

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