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Train, vb. 1) to draw, to entice, to allure: “t. me not with thy note, to drown me,” Err. III, 2, 45. t. our “intellects to vain delight,” LLL I, 1, 71. “as a call to t. ten thousand English to their side,” John III, 4, 175. “we did t. him on,” H4A V, 2, 21. “for that cause I --ed thee to my house,” H6A II, 3, 35. “you t. me to offend you,” Troil. V, 3, 4. “I --ed thy brethren to that guileful hole,” Tit. V, 1, 104.
2) to bring up, to educate, to teach: “never --ed to offices of courtesy,” Merch. IV, 1, 32. “you have --ed me like a peasant,” As I, 1, 72. “they were --ed together,” Wint. I, 1, 24. “Henry the Fifth he first --ed to the wars,” H6A I, 4, 79. “nobly --ed,” Rom. III, 5, 182 (Ff and later Qq allied). “he must be taught and --ed,” Caes. IV, 1, 35. by Cleon --ed in music, Per. IV Prol. 7. With up: “I was --ed up in the English court,” H4A III, 1, 122. “he was never --ed up in arms,” R3 V, 3, 272. Tit. I, 30. Cymb. III, 3, 82. V, 5, 338. Training == education: H8 I, 2, 112. Per. III, 3, 16. IV, 6, 119.
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