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egg (both uses appear to be only S.)
1. taken as a type of a worthless thing All'sW. IV. iii. 282 “He will steal, sir, an out of a cloister,” Wint. I. ii. 162 “Will you take e-s for money?.”
2. applied contemptuously to a young person Mac. IV. ii. 81 “What! you egg! Young fry of treachery!.”
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