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jealousy: suspicion, apprehension of evil, mistrust Ado II. ii. 50 “ shall be called assurance,” Tw.N. III. iii. 8 “ what might befall your travel,” 2H4 Ind. 16, H5 II. ii. 126, Ham. II. i. 113 “beshrew my !,” IV. v. 19 (‘Guilt is so full of suspicion that it unskilfully betrays itself in fearing to be betrayed’).
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