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object sb.1: often somewhat specific=one that excites love or pity or their opposites MND. IV. i. 176 “The and the pleasure of mine eye, Is only Helena,” H8 I. i. 127 (see ABJECT), Troil. IV. v. 106, Tim. IV. iii. 123 “Swear against objects” (i.e. be not moved to pity), Ven. 255 “her object will away.”
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