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Hallowmass: the feast of All Hallows, All Saints' Day, Nov. 1st, Gent. II. i. 28 “to speak puling, like a beggar at ,” Meas. II. i. 133, R2 V. i. 80 (old edd. “Hollowmass”; ‘Hallowmass . . . was, in S. 's time, ten days nearer the winter solstice than now,’ Clark and Wright). ∥ Cf. ALL-HALLOWMASS.
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