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Tire, vb. to attire, to dress, to adorn: “imitari is nothing: so doth the hound his master, the ape his keeper, the --d horse his rider,” LLL IV, 2, 131 (the horse adorned with ribbons or trappings). In Err. II, 2, 99 some M. Edd. the money that he spends in --ing; O. Edd. trying; some M. Edd. trimming. In Ven. 177: Titan, --d in the midday heat, with burning eye did hotly overlook them; --d may be dressed, but is explained by most as meaning weary.
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