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jealous-hood: so printed in F4 of Rom. IV. iv. 13 and taken = jealousy [‘hood’ being the suffix forming abstract nouns]; but earlier edd. have “jealous hood,” where “hood” may be used typically= woman, or possibly with allusion to the use of the hood as a disguise for a spy.
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