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Roundly, straightforwardly, without much ceremony: “shall we clap into't r., without hawking or spitting or saying we are hoarse?” As V, 3, 11. “shall I then come r. to thee and wish thee to a shrewd ill-favoured wife?” Shr. I, 2, 59. “that take it on you at the first so r.” III, 2, 216. “I'll r. go about her,” IV, 4, 108. “r. replied,” V, 2, 21. “this tongue that runs so r. in thy head,” R2 II, 1, 122. “come, r., r.” H4A I, 2, 24. “I would have done any thing indeed too, and r. too,” H4B III, 2, 21. “and fell so r. to a large confession, to angle for your thoughts,” Troil. III, 2, 161.
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