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occupy (twice): to have to do with carnally Rom. II. iv. 108 (quibblingly). ∥ In consequence of its vulgar use in this sense, this vb. was little used in literature in the 17th and 18th cent.; cf. 2H4 II. iv. 159 “as odious as the word ‘occupy’.”
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