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Heat, vb. 1) trans. a) to make hot: Ven. 742. Sonn. 154, 14. John IV, 1, 1. John IV, 1, 1 John IV, 1, 1 H8 I, 1, 140. I, 4, 100. Troil. I, 1, 24. Ant. I, 2, 23. Per. IV, 1, 49. “we shall h. you thoroughly,” H6B V, 1, 159 (we shall make you sweat).
b) to warm: “when I am cold, he --s me with beating,” Err. IV, 4, 33. “his virtues shining upon others h. them,” Troil. III, 3, 101.
c) to excite, to stir up: “robbed my soldiers of their --ed spleen,” H6C II, 1, 124. “bathed thy growing with our --ed bloods,” II, 2, 169. “I'll h. his blood with Greekish wine,” Troil. V, 1, 1. “to see wine h. fools,” Tim. I, 1, 271. “with --ed visage,” Hml. III, 4, 50 (Ff. tristful).
d) to irritate, to rouse to anger: “thou --est my blood,” LLL I, 2, 32. “cooled my friends, --ed mine enemies,” Merch. III, 1, 60. “you'll h. my blood,” Ant. I, 3, 80.
2) intr. to become hot: “let my liver rather h. with wine,” Merch. I, 1, 81.
Partic. heat for “heated:” John IV, 1, 61.
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