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Poetry, 1) the art of a poet: “if music and sweet p. agree,” Pilgr. 103. “neither savouring of p., wit, nor invention,” LLL IV, 2, 165.
2) poetical compositions, verse: “like cutler's p.” Merch. V, 149. “the truest p. is the most feigning,” As III, 3, 19. As III, 3, 19 As III, 3, 19 Shr. I, 1, 93. I, 2, 170. H4A III, 1, 134. Tit. IV, 1, 14.
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