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Martial, 1) pertaining to war, opposed to civil: “m. law,” H5 IV, 8, 46. a m. man == a warrior, Lucr. 200. H6A I, 4, 74. “arts and m. exercises,” H4B IV, 5, 74.
2) warlike, becoming or like a true warrior: “a m. outside,” As I, 3, 122. “write it in a m. hand,” Tw. III, 2, 45. “a maid, and be so m.” H6A II, 1, 21. “warlike and m. Talbot,” III, 2, 118. “with a m. scorn,” Rom. III, 1, 166. “with m. stalk,” Hml. I, 1, 66.
3) resembling Mars: “his foot Mercurial, his M. thigh,” Cymb. IV, 2, 310.
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