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Troublesome, giving trouble: “I'll rather be unmannerly than t.” Wiv. I, 1, 325. “this act is as an ancient tale new told, and in the last repeating t.” John IV, 2, 19. and be like them (the times) “to Percy t.” H4B II, 3, 4. so t. a bedfellow (the crown) IV, 5, 22. “how t. it sat upon my head,” IV, 5, 22 “you are strangely t.” H8 V, 3, 94. Cor. IV, 5, 17. “the time is t.” Cymb. IV, 3, 21.
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