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Pell-mell, with confused violence, as in a scuffle where strokes are dealt at random: “upon them, lords! p., down with them,” LLL IV, 3, 368. “defy each other, and p. make work upon ourselves,” John II, 406. “let us to't p.” R3 V, 3, 312. “to't, luxury, p.” Lr. IV, 6, 119. Adjectively: “p. havock and confusion,” H4A V, 1, 82.
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