Mow, subst. a wry face, a grimace: “will be here with mop and m.” Tp. IV, 47. “those that would make --s at him while my father lived,” Hml. II, 2, 381 (Qq mouths). “contemn with --s the other,” Cymb. I, 6, 41.
Shakespeare Lexicon. Alexander Schmidt. Berlin. Georg Reimer. 1902.
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