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Disfurnish, to deprive of means: “to d. myself against such a good time,” Tim. III, 2, 49. Followed by of, == to deprive: of which if you should here “d. me,” Gentl. IV, 1, 14. “she'll d. us of all our cavaliers,” Per. IV, 6, 12.
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