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Resort, vb. to betake one's self, to repair by way of intercourse and connexion: “merry fools to mock at him r.” Lucr. 989. “thou makest faults graces that to thee r.” Sonn. 96, 4. “I would r. to her by night,” Gent. III, 1, 110. “doth this Sir Proteus often r. unto this gentlewoman?” IV, 2, 74. “to walk where any honest men r.” Err. V, 28. “men of great worth --ed to this forest,” As V, 4, 161. “what men of name r. to him?” R3 IV, 5, 8. “where at some hours in the night spirits r.” Rom. IV, 3, 44.
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