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1. to bring forth H5 V. ii. 51, Tim. IV. iii. 180 “Whose womb . . . and . . . breast T-s, and feeds all,” Mac. IV. iii. 176 “Each minute teems a new one.”
2. to bear children, bear fruit, be fruitful Lr. I. iv. 305 “If she must , Create her child of spleen” ; chiefly in pres. pple. Meas. I. iv. 43 “t-ing foison,” R2 II. i. 51, V. ii. 91, Sonn. xcvii. 6 “The teeming autumn.”
3. “ with,” (i) conceive by Oth. IV. i. 256 “If that the earth could with woman's tears” ; (ii) bring forth Tim. IV. iii. 191 “Let it . . . with new monsters.”
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