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rabble a band of inferior spirits: “Go bring the rabble,” THE TEMPEST, iv. 1. 37. (Compare Ford: “the duke's grace, and the duchess' grace, and my Lord Fernando's grace, with all the rabble of courtiers,” Love's Sacrifice, act ii. sc. 1.)

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