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Miscarry, vb. intr. 1) to be carried wrongly, to come into wrong hands: “a letter which accidentally hath --ed,” LLL IV, 2, 144. “the cardinal's letters to the pope --ed,” H8 III, 2, 30.
2) to fail, not to succeed, to be lost, to perish, to die: “who --ed at sea,” Meas. III, 1, 217. “there --ed a vessel of our country,” Merch. II, 8, 29. “my ships have all --ed,” III, 2, 318. which (my body), “but for him, had quite --ed,” V, 251. “I would not have him m.” Tw. III, 4, 70. if they (the French) “m., we m. too,” John V, 4, 3. “all that by indictment and by dint of sword have since --ed under Bolingbroke,” H4B IV, 1, 129. “if they m., theirs shall second them,” IV, 2, 46. “if a son . . . m. upon the sea,” H5 IV, 1, 155. “if he m., farewell wars in France,” H6A IV, 3, 16. “better ten thousand baseborn Cades m.” H6B IV, 8, 49. “it must be, if the king m.” R3 I, 3, 16. “all that have --ed by underhand corrupted foul injustice,” V, 1, 5. “who --ing,” Troil. I, 3, 351. “what --es shall be the general's fault,” Cor. I, 1, 270. “if aught in this --ed by my fault,” Rom. V, 3, 267. “our sister's man is --ed,” Lr. V, 1, 5. “if you m.” Lr. V, 1, 5 “I may m. in it,” Oth. V, 1, 6. Applied to failing fruits and abortions: “if horns that year m.” LLL IV, 1, 114. “an the child I now go with do m.” H4B V, 4, 10. H4B V, 4, 10
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