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pack vb.2 (1 cf. PACK sb. and PACKING: 3 now associated with the idea of packing up)
1. to conspire Tit. IV. ii. 157 “Go pack with him.”
2. pass. to be a confederate in a plot Err. V. i. 219 “were he not pack'd with her,” Ado V. i. 312.
3. to shuffle (cards) so as to cheat; fig. see CARD sb. 1
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