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Aptly, 1) fitly, properly: “leave me, and then the story a. ends,” Ven. 716. “grief and blushes, a. understood in white and red,” Compl. 200. that part was a. fitted, Shr. Ind. I, 87. R3 III, 1, 134. Tim. I, 1, 17. a frock or livery that a. is put on (i. e. easily, as the frock fits well) Hml. III, 4, 165.
2) willingly, readily: “what's sweet to do, to do will a. find,” Compl. 88, i. e. what is sweet to do, will readily find to do, will readily find business. Tw. III, 4, 212. V, 135 (apt and willingly for aptly and willingly). Per. V, 2, 5.
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