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Thereabouts, 1) near that number: “five or six thousand horse, . . . or t.” All's IV, 3, 171. H4A III, 3, 212 (Ff thereabout).
2) of that import, or aiming at that: “how! dare not! do not. Do you know and dare not? Be intelligent to me; 'tis t.: for to yourself, what you do know, you must and cannot say, you dare not,” Wint. I, 2, 378. “he has given example for our flight, most grossly, by his own. Ay, are you t.? why, then, good night indeed,” Ant. III, 10, 29.
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