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yet: one of the most freq. senses is ‘still, now as before, now as always’ Wiv. II. ii. 148 “Will they yet look after thee?,” R3 I. iv. 126 “Some . . . dregs of conscience are yet within me,” Ham. I. iii. 55 “Yet here, Laertes!” ; also “as yet” Compl. 75 “I might as yet have been a spreading flower.”
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