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Thwart, vb. to cross; 1) to pass over: “Pericles is now again --ing the wayward seas,” Per. IV, 4, 10.
2) to counteract, to interfere with, to hinder: “in this aim there is such --ing strife,” Lucr. 143. “if crooked fortune had not --ed me,” Gent. IV, 1, 22. “to t. me in my mood,” Err. II, 2, 172. “O mischief strangely --ing,” Ado III, 2, 135. Merch. III, 1, 59. H6C IV, 6, 22. Troil. I, 3, 15. V, 1, 42 “(from).” Rom. V, 3, 154. In Cor. III, 2, 21 M. Edd. --ings, O. Edd. things.
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