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Liable, 1) allied, associated, compatible: “who else but I, and such as to my claim are l.” John V, 2, 101. “if my name were l. to fear,” Caes. I, 2, 199.
2) fit: “the posterior of the day is l., congruent and measurable for the afternoon,” LLL V, 1, 97. “apt, l. to be employed in danger,” John IV, 2, 226.
3) subject: “l. to our crown and dignity,” John II, 490. “reason to my love is l.” Caes. II, 2, 104. “to the choleric fisting of every rogue thy ear is l.” Per. IV, 6, 178.
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