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Sourly, 1) morosely, sullenly: “when a woman woos, what woman's son will s. leave her till she have prevailed?” Sonn. 41, 8. “though I showed s. to him,” Cor. V, 3, 13.
2) in a bitter and mortifying manner: “that sweet thief which s. robs from me,” Sonn. 35, 14.
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