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Therewithal, with it, with that; at the same time (cf. Withal): “give her that ring and t. this letter,” Gent. IV, 4, 90. “moved t.” Gent. IV, 4, 90 “thy slanders I forgive, and t. remit thy other forfeits,” Meas. V, 525. “showed me silks . . . and t. took measure of my body,” Err. IV, 3, 9. “and t. to win me,” LLL V, 2, 858. “did buy a poison, and t. came to this vault to die,” Rom. V, 3, 289. “but of that to-morrow, when t. we shall have cause of state craving us jointly,” Mcb. III, 1, 34. not alone the imperfections of long-engraffed condition, but <*>t. the unruly waywardness, Lr. I, 1, 301. “your lady is one of the fairest that I have looked upon. And t. the best,” Cymb. II, 4, 33.
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