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starve (in old edd. also “sterve”)
1. to die of cold Cym. I. iv. 187 [180] “catch cold and ”
2. to nip with cold Gent. IV. iv. 161 “The air hath s-'d the roses in her cheeks” ; transf. to disable, paralyse Tim. I. i. 258 “Aches contract and your supple joints!.”
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