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Shent, put to the blush, blamed, reproached, reviled (partic.): “here comes my master; we shall all be s.” Wiv. I, 4, 38. “I am s. for speaking to you,” Tw. IV, 2, 112. “do you hear how we are s. for keeping your greatness back?” Cor. V, 2, 104. “how in my words soever she be s., to give them seals never my soul consent,” Hml. III, 2, 416. In Troil. II, 3, 86 Q he sate our messengers, Ff he sent etc. Some M. Edd. shent; but there is no authorized instance of the impf.
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