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tyrant (1 cf. AYL. II. i. 61)
1. usurper 3H6 III. iii. 69, 71 “To prove him this reason may suffice, That Henry liveth still,” Mac. III. vi. 22 “His presence at the tyrant's feast.”
2. cruel or pitiless one Ado I. i. 176 “a professed to their sex,” 2H4 Ind. 14 “the stern war,” Cym. I. i. 84 “How fine this Can tickle where she wounds.”
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