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Comment, subst., 1) talk, discourse, reasoning: “--s of your praise, richly compiled,” Sonn. 85, 2. “making lascivious --s on thy sport,” 95, 6. “a vulgar c. will be made of it,” Err. III, 1, 100. “forgive the c. that my passion made upon thy feature,” John IV, 2, 263. the idle --s that it (his brain) “makes,” V, 7, 4. “that every nice offence should bear his c.” Caes. IV, 3, 8.
2) discourse of thought, judgment: “even with the very c. of thy soul observe mine uncle,” Hml. III, 2, 84.
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