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Intelligent, bearing intelligence, giving information, communicative: “be i. to me,” Wint. I, 2, 378. “which are to France the spies and speculations i. of our state,” Lr. III, 1, 25. “which approves him an i. party to the advantages of France,” III, 5, 12. “our posts shall be swift and i. betwixt us,” III, 7, 12.
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