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Popular, vulgar, plebeian: “that which, but by being so retired, o'erprized all p. rate,” Tp. I, 2, 92. “art thou officer? or art thou base, common and p.?” H5 IV, 1, 38. “seld-shown flamens do press among the p. throngs and puff to win a vulgar station,” Cor. II, 1, 230. “I will counterfeit the bewitchment of some p. man and give it bountiful to the desirers,” II, 3, 109. “who puts his Shall, his p. Shall, against a graver bench than ever frowned in Greece,” III, 1, 106. “and in a violent p. ignorance, given your enemy your shield,” V, 2, 43.
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