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Muse, 1) one of the nine goddesses presiding over the liberal arts; especially the goddess of poetry: Sonn. 38, 9. 78, 1. 85, 4. 100, 1. 100, 1 100, 1 Mids. V, 52. Mids. V, 52.
2) a particular power and practice of poetry: “so is it not with me as with that M. stirred by a painted beauty to his verse,” Sonn. 21, 1. “had my friend's M. grown with this growing age,” 32, 10. “how can my M. want subject to invent,” 38, 1. “my sick M. doth give another place,” 79, 4. “thou wert not married to my M.” 82, 1. “my tongue-tied M. in manners holds her still,” 85, 1. “my M. labours,” Oth. II, 1, 128.
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