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observance (obs. or arch. uses are)
1. respectful attention, dutiful service, reverence Wiv. II. ii. 207 “a doting ,” AYL. V. ii. 103, 2H4 IV. iii. 16 “do ,” Troil. I. iii. 31 “With due of thy god-like seat,” Oth. III. iv. 148 (Qq “obseruances,” Ff2 3 4 “observance,” F1 “obseruancie”).
2. observant care Ham. III. ii. 22 “with this special ,” Lucr. 1385.
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