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Prorogue, 1) to delay: “death --d,” Rom. II, 2, 78. “nothing may p. it,” IV, 1, 48.
2) to draw out, to linger out, to keep in a languishing state: “that sleep and feeding may p. his honour even till a Lethe'd dullness,” Ant. II, 1, 26. “nor taken sustenance but to p. his grief,” Per. V, 1, 26.
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