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balk (2 cf. ‘in stryfful termes . . . to balke,’ Spenser)
1. to let slip, fail to use, &c. Tw.N. III. ii. 27, Lucr. 696 “altogether balk The prey.”
2. “balk logic,” to chop logic, bandy words Shr. I. i. 34.
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