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Suspect, subst. suspicion: “her rash s. she doth extenuate,” Ven. 1010. “the ornament of beauty is s., a crow that flies in heaven's sweetest air,” Sonn. 70, 3. Err. III, 1, 87. H6B I, 3, 139. III, 1, 140 (O. Edd. suspence). III, 2, 139. H6C IV, 1, 142 “(have you in s.).” R3 I, 3, 89 “( --s).” III, 5, 32 (Ff --s). Tim. IV, 3, 519. Tim. IV, 3, 519 With of: “if some s. of ill masked not thy show,” Sonn. 70, 13.
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