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Pervert, 1) to turn another way, to avert: “let's follow him and p. the present wrath he hath against himself,” Cymb. II, 4, 151.
2) to lead astray, to corrupt, to seduce: “and new p. a reconciled maid,” Compl. 329. “trust not my holy order, if I p. your course,” Meas. IV, 3, 153. “he hath --ed a young gentlewoman,” All's IV, 3, 17.
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