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Tan, 1) to make (leather) firm and impervious to water: his (a tanner's) “hide is so --ed with his trade, that he will keep out water a great while,” Hml. V, 1, 186.
2) to make brown, to deprive of the freshness of youth: “beated and chopped with --ed antiquity,” Sonn. 62, 10. “time, whose accidents . . . t. sacred beauty,” 115, 7.
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