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Resty, stiff with too much rest, torpid (cf. Restystiff in Edward 3 III, 3): “rise, r. Muse,” Sonn. 100, 9 (some M. Edd. restive).* “who in this dull and longcontinued truce is r. grown,” Troil. I, 3, 263 (Ff and M. Edd. rusty). “when r. sloth finds the down pillow hard,” Cymb. III, 6, 34.
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