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Seated, 1) sitting: “now you are fairly s.” H8 I, 4, 31. “when he was s. in a chariot,” Per. II, 4, 7. Particularly == sitting, placed on a throne: “if he were s. as King Edward is,” H6C III, 1, 96. “being s., the conquerors make war upon themselves,” R3 II, 4, 60. H6C I, 1, 22. IV, 3, 64. V, 7, 35. R3 IV, 2, 4.
2) placed: “it is no mean happiness to be s. in the mean,” Merch. I, 2, 8. “see what a grace was s. on this brow,” Hml. III, 4, 55.
3) situated: “some dark deep desert, s. from the way,” Lucr. 1144.
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