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Compáct, adj., 1) composed: “love is a spirit all c. of fire,” Ven. 149. “being c. of credit,” Err. III, 2, 22. “are of imagination all c.” Mids. V, 8. “if he, c. of jars, grow musical,” As II, 7, 5. “my heart is not c. of flint,” Tit. V, 3, 88. Absolutely: “my dimensions are as well c.” Lr. I, 2, 7.
2) solid, corporeal: much imaginary work was there (in a picture); “conceit deceitful, so c., so kind,” Lucr. 1423 (so bodily, so corporeal and so natural).
3) confederated, leagued: “c. with her that's gone,” Meas. V, 242. “when he, c. and flattering his displeasure, tripped me behind,” Lr. II, 2, 125 (Qq conjunct).
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