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Couple, vb. 1) to tie together: “c. Clowder with the deep-mouthed brach,” Shr. Ind. 1, 18. “--d and linked together with all religious strength of sacred vows,” John III, 1, 228.
2) to join, to pair, to marry: “--din bands of perpetuity,” H6A IV, 7, 20. “let your mind be --d with your words,” Troil. V, 2, 15. “but one word with one of us? c. it with something,” Rom. III, 1, 42. “still we went --d and inseparable,” As I, 3, 78. “to c. us,” III, 3, 45. “shall I c. hell?” Hml. I, 5, 93 (== add). Followed by to: “will c. my reproach to Tarquin's shame,” Lucr. 816. Gentl. I, 2, 127. As III, 3, 30. John II, 349. Tim. V, 1, 228.
3) intr. to pair: “begin these woodbirds but to c. now?” Mids. IV, 1, 145.
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