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Lazar, a person beggarly and thoroughly diseased, especially leperous: “to relief of --s and weak age,” H5 I, 1, 15. “the l. kite of Cressid's kind,” II, 1, 80. “she never shrouded any but --s,” Troil. II, 3, 36. “to be the louse of a l.” V, 1, 72.
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