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Meditation, 1) thought: “O fearful m.” Sonn. 65, 9. “with wings as swift as m.” Hml. I, 5, 30. “uncleanly apprehensions . . . in session sit with --s lawful,” Oth. III, 3, 141.
2) deep thought, contemplation: “in maiden m.” Mids. II, 1, 164. “thou keepest the stroke betwixt thy begging and my m.” R3 IV, 2, 118. “thrust yourselves into my private --s,” H8 II, 2, 66. III, 2, 345. Especially thought employed upon sacred objects: “let us all to m.” H6B III, 3, 33. “divinely bent to m.” R3 III, 7, 62. “on his knees at m.” R3 III, 7, 62 “continual --s, tears, and sorrows,” H8 IV, 2, 28.
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