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Harrow (cf. Harry vb.), to vex, to fill with distress and anguish (Anglosaxon herevjan): “let the Volsces plough Rome and h. Italy,” Cor. V, 3, 34 (quibbling). “it --s me with fear and wonder,” Hml. I, 1, 44 (Qq horrors and horrows): “a tale whose lightest word would h. up thy soul,” I, 5, 16.
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