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reversion: prospect of possessing a thing at some future time 1H4 IV. i. 53; “in ,” destined to come into a person's possession, or to be realized in the future R2 I. iv. 35 “As were our England in his,” Troil. III. ii. 99 “No perfection in shall have a praise in present.”
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