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Trim, subst. ornamental dress: “proud-pied April dressed in all his t.” Sonn. 98, 2. “their purposed t. pieced not his grace, but were all graced by him,” Compl. 118. “they come like sacrifices in their t.” H4A IV, 1, 113. “our hearts are in the t.” H5 IV, 3, 115 (notwithstanding our outward slovenry). “my noble steed I give him, with all his t. belonging,” Cor. I, 9, 62. “a thousand . . . have on their riveted t.” Ant. IV, 4, 22. “forget your laboursome and dainty --s,” Cymb. III, 4, 167.
In speaking of ships == the state of being fully prepared for sailing: “where we in all her t. freshly beheld our royal ship,” Tp. V, 236. “the ship is in her t.” Err. IV, 1, 90.
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