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Mightily, very much, egregiously: “what could he see but m. he noted?” Lucr. 414. “whose estimation do you m. hold up,” Ado II, 2, 25. “the prince and Claudio m. abused,” V, 2, 100; Tit. II, 3, 87; Tim. V, 1, 97; Lr. IV, 7, 53; Ant. I, 3, 25. “if he do not m. grace himself on thee,” As I, 1, 155. “her benefits are m. misplaced,” I, 2, 37. “that have so m. persuaded him from the first,” I, 2, 37 “strive m., but eat and drink as friends,” Shr. I, 2, 279. “how m. sometimes we make us comforts of our losses,” All's IV, 3, 76. All's IV, 3, 76 “kindreds are m. strengthened,” H4B II, 2, 30. “thou wrongest thy children m.” H6C III, 2, 74. “his physicians fear him m.” R3 I, 1, 137.
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