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Descry, vb. to espy, to discover: “marks --ed in men's nativity,” Lucr. 538. “we are --ed,” LLL V, 2, 389. “I killed a man and fear I was --ed,” Shr. I, 1, 237. “what's past and what's to come she can d.” H6A I, 2, 57. “who hath --ed the number of the foe?” R3 V, 3, 9. “to d. the true ground of these woes,” Rom. V, 3, 181. “to d. the strength o' the enemy,” Lr. IV, 5, 13.*“d. a sail,” Oth. II, 1, 4. “he is --ed,” Ant. III, 7, 55. “we have --ed a portly sail of ships make hitherward,” Per. I, 4, 60. “in Helicanus may you well d. a figure of truth,” V, 3, 91.
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