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Shrift, confession made to a priest, and the absolution consequent upon it: “I will give him a present s.” Meas. IV, 2, 223 (hear his confession and absolve him). “the ghostly father now hath done his s.” H6C III, 2, 107. “make a short s.” R3 III, 4, 97. “to hear true s.” Rom. I, 1, 165. “riddling confession finds but riddling s.” II, 3, 56. “to come to s.” II, 4, 192. “to go to s.” II, 5, 68. “she comes from s.” IV, 2, 15. “his bed shall seem a school, his board a s.” Oth. III, 3, 24.
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