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Exempt, adj. 1) free from, not liable to; followed by from: “the king is not e. from envious malice of thy swelling heart,” H6A III, 1, 25. “e. from fear,” H6B IV, 1, 129. “from envy,” H6C III, 3, 127. “yourself are not e. from this,” R3 II, 1, 18 (Qq in this).
2) cut off, kept far: “be it my wrong you are from me e.” Err. II, 2, 173. “this our life e. from public haunt finds tongues in trees,” As II, 1, 15. “corrupted and e. from ancient gentry,” H6A II, 4, 93. “who would not wish to be from wealth e., since riches point to misery and contempt,” Tim. IV, 2, 31.
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