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Toward, adv. in preparation and expectation, near at hand: “a play t.” Mids. III, 1, 81. “there is, sure, another flood t.” As V, 4, 35. “here's some good pastime t.” Shr. I, 1, 68. “some cheer is t.” V, 1, 14. “here's goodly stuff t.” H4B II, 4, 214. “here's a noble feast t.” Tim. III, 6, 68. “what might be t.” Hml. I, 1, 77. “what feast is t.” V, 2, 376. “have you heard of no likely wars t.” Lr. II, 1, 11. “there is some strange thing t.” III, 3, 21. “do you hear aught of a battle t.” IV, 6, 213. “four feasts are t.” Ant. II, 6, 75.
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