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Jet, vb. to stalk, to strut: “how he --s under his advanced plumes,” Tw. II, 5, 36. “arched so high that giants may j. through,” Cymb. III, 3, 5. “whose men and dames so --ed and adorned,” Per. I, 4, 26. With on, == to insult over, to treat with insolence: “tyranny begins to j. upon the aweless throne,” R3 II, 4, 51*(Ff jut). “to j. upon a prince's right,” Tit. II, 1, 64 (Qq iet, Ff set). In Err. II, 2, 28 O. Edd. jest.
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