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Transgress, to offend, to sin: “let sin, alone committed, light alone upon his head that hath --ed so,” Lucr. 1481. before he (Adam) “--ed,” Ado II, 1, 260. “you --ing slave,” LLL I, 2, 159. “virtue that --es is but patched with sin,” Tw. I, 5, 53. “my --ing boy,” R2 V, 3, 96. With against: “I have then sinned against his experience and --ed against his valour,” All's II, 5, 11.
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