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Circle, vb., to enclose, to surround: “her breasts, like ivory globes --d with blue,” Lucr. 407. “the crimson blood --s her body in on every side,” Lucr. 407 until thy head be --d with the same (sc. the diadem), H6B I, 2, 10. “modest Dian --d with her nymphs,” H6C IV, 8, 21. “the imperial metal --ing now thy brow,” R3 IV, 4, 382. her two branches (viz her arms) “whose --ing shadows kings have sought to sleep in,” Tit. II, 4, 19. “you heavy people, c. me about,” III, 1, 277. -- “the maid with swelling drops gan wet her --d eyne,” Lucr. 1229 (round eyes? or eyes surrounded with black circles?)
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