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arrive (1 is close to the etymol. meaning, Latin ‘arripare’ to bring ashore; cf. ‘I aryve or come newly to a porte by sea’, Palsgr.)
1. to land at 3H6 V. iii. 8 “have arriv'd our coast,” Cæs. I. ii. 110.
2. to reach Cor. II. iii. 189 “arriving A place of potency and sway o' the state,” Lucr. 781.
3. “arrive at,” attain to Tim. IV. iii. 514.
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