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Vaward, the vanguard: “I beg the leading of the v.” H5 IV, 3, 130. “their bands i' the v. are the Antiates,” Cor. I, 6, 53. Used with some confusion in H6A I, 1, 132: he being in the v., placed behind with purpose to relieve and follow them (some M. Edd. rearward).*
Metaphorically == forepart: “since we have the v. of the day, my love shall hear the music of my hounds,” Mids. IV, 1, 110. “we that are in the v. of our youth,” H4B I, 2, 199.
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