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yare: ready, (hence) nimble, brisk Meas. IV. ii. 61 “if you have occasion to use me . . ., you shall find me ,” Tw.N. III. iv. 248 “be in thy preparation,” Ant. III. xi. [xiii.] 131; (of a ship) easily managed Tp. V. i. 224, Ant. III. vii. 38; adv. Tp. I. i. 7 “cheerly, my hearts! yare, yare!,” &c., Ant. V. ii. 285; so yarely Tp. I. i. 4, Ant. II. ii. 219.
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