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nature (2 not pre-S. and now dial.)
1. “of ” = natural (in various senses) Troil. V. i. 39 “diminutives of ,” Ham. I. iv. 54 “fools of ,” Lr. I. ii. 117 “wisdom of ” (=natural philosophy), 124 “bias of ” (=natural affection).
2. natural feeling or affection Tp. V. i. 76 “remorse and ,” 2H4 IV. v. 38 “, love, and filial tenderness,” Mac. I. v. 46 “no compunctious visitings of ,” Ham. I. v. 81, III. ii. 418 [411].
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