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Ànnoy, subst., pain, suffering, grief: “life was death's a.” Ven. 497. “worse than Tantalus' is her a.” Ven. 497 “mirth doth search the bottom of a.” Lucr. 1109. “threatening Ilion with a.” Lucr. 1109 “receivest with pleasure thine a.,” Sonn. 8, 4. “farewell sour a.” H6C V, 7, 45. “rape was root of thine a.” Tit. IV, 1, 49.
2) injury, harm: “good angels guard thee from the boar's a.” R3 V, 3, 156.
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