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Rearward, subst. the last troop, rearguard: H6A III, 3, 33. Figuratively: “do not come in the r. of a conquered woe,” Sonn. 90, 6 (viz to attack and afflict me anew). “myself would, on the r. of reproaches, strike at thy life,” Ado IV, 1, 128 (would come after them to finish what they had only done by halves). “came ever in the r. of the fashion,” H4B III, 2, 339. “with a r. following Tybalt's death, Romeo is banished,” Rom. III, 2, 121.
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