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Twin, vb. 1) to be born at a birth: “we were as --ed lambs,” Wint. I, 2, 67 (O. Edd. twyn'd). “--ed brothers of one womb,” Tim. IV, 3, 3. “though he had --ed with me, both at a birth,” Oth. II, 3, 212. --ed == perfectly resembling each other: “distinguish 'twixt the fiery orbs above and the --ed stones upon the numbered beach,” Cymb. I, 6, 35.
2) to be like twins, either in love or in perfect resemblance: “who t., as 'twere, in love unseparable,” Cor. IV, 4, 15. “her inkle, silk, t. with the rubied cherry,” Per. V Prol. 8 (O. Edd. twine).
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