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Trencher, a plate: “nor scrape t., nor wash dish,” Tp. II, 2, 187. “he steps me to her t. and steals her capon's leg,” Gent. IV, 4, 10. “holding a t.” LLL V, 2, 477. “take it to you, --s, cups and all,” Shr. IV, 1, 168. “fed from my t.” H6B IV, 1, 57. “serve with thy t.” Cor. IV, 5, 54. “he shift a t.? he scrape a t.?” Rom. I, 5, 2. “one which holds a t.” Tim. I, 1, 120 (== is a servant). “I found you as a morsel cold upon dead Caesar's t.” Ant. III, 13, 117.
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