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Impórt, subst. 1) importance, weight, consequence: be they (letters) “of much i.?” Gent. III, 1, 55. “of great i. indeed,” LLL V, 1, 106. “what occasion of i. hath detained you?” Shr. III, 2, 104. “some petty towns of no i.” H6A I, 1, 91. “full of charge of dear i.” Rom. V, 2, 19. “some purpose of i.” Oth. III, 3, 316.
2) tendency, contents (of a letter): “there's letters from my mother: what the i. is, I know not yet,” All's II, 3, 294. “thousands more of semblable i.” Ant. III, 4, 3.
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