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Endeared, 1) made dear, raised in price: “thy bosom is e. with all hearts, which I by lacking have supposed dead,” Sonn. 31, 1. “to be e. to a king,” John IV, 2, 228.
2) bound, obliged: “you broke your word, when you were more e. to it than now,” H4B II, 3, 11. “we are so virtuously bound, so infinitely e.” Tim. I, 2, 233. “I am so much e. to that lord; he's ever sending,” III, 2, 36.
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