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Emulation, 1) rivalry: Lucr. 1808. As IV, 1, 11. Cor. I, 10, 12.
2) jealousy, envy, envious contention: “such factious --s,” H6A IV, 1, 113. “keep off aloof with worthless e.” IV, 4, 21. “e. now, who shall be nearest,” R3 II, 3, 25. “an envious fever of pale and bloodless e.” Troil. I, 3, 134. “e. in the army crept,” II, 2, 212. III, 3, 156. IV, 5, 123. “shouting their e.” Cor. I, 1, 218. “virtue cannot live out of the teeth of e.” Caes. II, 3, 14.
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