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Modern, commonplace, common, trite: “how far a m. quill doth come too short, speaking of worth, what worth in you doth grow,” Sonn. 83, 7. “full of wise saws and m. instances,” As II, 7, 156. “betray themselves to every m. censure,” IV, 1, 7. “we have our philosophical persons, to make m. and familiar, things supernatural and causeless,” All's II, 3, 2. “her infinite cunning, with her m. grace, subdued me to her rate,” V, 3, 216.*“that fell anatomy which cannot hear a lady's feeble voice, which scorns a m. invocation,” John III, 4, 42. “which m. lamentation might have moved,” Rom. III, 2, 120. “where violent sorrow seems a m. ecstasy,” Mcb. IV, 3, 170. “these thin habits and poor likelihoods of m. seeming,” Oth. I, 3, 109. “immoment toys, things of such dignity as we greet m. friends withal,” Ant. V, 2, 167.
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