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Fee-simple, absolute fee, hereditary and unconditional property: “my woeful self, that did in freedom stand, and was my own f., not in part,” Compl. 144. “if the devil have him not in f.” Wiv. IV, 2, 225. “for a quart d'écu he will sell the f. of his salvation, the inheritance of it,” All's IV, 3, 312. “for entering his f. without leave,” H6B IV, 10, 27. “the rivelled f. of the tetter,” Troil. V, 1, 26. “an I were so apt to quarrel as thou art, any man should buy the f. of my life for an hour and a quarter,” Rom. III, 1, 35.
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