vicious “in my guess, etc.—Though I perchance am,” OTHELLO, iii. 3. 149. “‘Vicious in my guess’ doth not mean that he is an ill guesser [Warburton's explanation], but that he is apt to put the worst construction on every thing he attempts to account for” (STEEVENS) . “Iago, I apprehend, means only, ‘though I perhaps am mistaken, led into an error by my natural disposition, which is apt to shape faults that have no existence’” (MALONE) .
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