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Teen, vexation, pain, grief: “my face is full of shame, my heart of t.” Ven. 808. “or my affection put to the smallest t.” Compl. 192. “to think o'the t. that I have turned you to,” Tp. I, 2, 64. “of sighs, of groans, of sorrow and of t.” LLL IV, 3, 164. “each hour's joy wrecked with a week of t.” R3 IV, 1, 97. “I'll lay fourteen of my teeth, -- and yet, to my t. be it spoken, I have but four,” Rom. I, 3, 13.
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