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Consist, 1) followed by in == to be comprised in, to be effected by, to depend on: “if their purgation did c. in words,” As I, 3, 55. “in her --s my happiness,” R3 IV, 4, 406. “no man is the lord of any thing, though in and of him there be much --ing, till he communicate his parts to others,” Troil. III, 3, 116 (i. e. though much may depend on his cooperation and power). “all goodness that --s in bounty expect even here,” Per. V, 1, 70.
2) followed by of, == to be composed of: “the trade and profit of the city --eth of all nations,” Merch. III, 3, 31. “does not our life c. of the four elements?” Tw. II, 3, 10. Tw. II, 3, 10 H4A IV, 2, 25. R3 V, 3, 294. Ant. III, 7, 44.
3) followed by on, == to insist, to stand on, to claim: “such large terms and so absolute as our conditions shall c. upon,” H4B IV, 1, 187. “welcome is peace, if he on peace c.” Per. I, 4, 83.
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