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quality a profession, a calling, an occupation: “Ariel and all his quality” THE TEMPEST, i. 2. 193 (all those occupied in similar services, all his fellows); “we do in our quality much want,” THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, iv. 1. 58 ; “Attend your office and your quality,” THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, v. 5. 38 ; “you are not of our quality,” 1 HENRY IV., iv. 3. 36 ; “the very quality of my lord,” OTHELLO, i. 3. 251.

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