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Doubtfully, with uncertainty of meaning, equivocally, ambiguously: “I writ at random, very d.” Gentl. II, 1, 118. “spake he so d., thou couldst not feel his meaning?” Err. II, 1, 50. Err. II, 1, 50 “whom the oracle hath d. pronounced thy throat shall cut,” Tim. IV, 3, 121.
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