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Comprehend, to imagine: “all this beforehand counsel --s,” Lucr. 494. “deeper sin than bottomless conceit can c. in still imagination,” Lucr. 494 where all those pleasures live that art (== study) “can c.” Pilgr. 62 and LLL IV, 2, 114. “shaping fantasies that apprehend more than cool reason ever --s,” Mids. V, 6. “if it would but apprehend some joy, it --s some bringer of that joy,” Mids. V, 6 Blunderingly in Ado III, 3, 25 and III, 5, 50.
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