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most (“the most of” = ‘the majority of’ Tp. I. ii. 477)
1. greatest in degree or extent Meas. III. i. 76 “The sense of death is in apprehension,” IV. i. 46 “my stay Can be but brief,” 1H6 IV. i. 38 “resolute in extremes,” Ham. I. v. 179 “at your need,” Ant. II. ii. 172 “With gladness.”
2. “ master,” app. the greatest master, i.e. the king 2H6 I. iii. 149.
3. “for the most,” for the most part Meas. V. i. 441.
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