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Verge, 1) brink, edge, margin, border: “on the extremest v. of the swift brook,” As II, 1, 42. “to the furthest v. that ever was surveyed by English eye,” R2 I, 1, 93. “upon the beached v. of the salt flood,” Tim. V, 1, 219. “nature in you stands on the very v. of her confine,” Lr. II, 4, 149. “you are now within a foot of the extreme v.” IV, 6, 26.
2) compass, circle: (thy crown) “incaged in so small a v.” R2 II, 1, 102.* “whom we raise, we will make fast within a hallowed v.” H6B I, 4, 25. “the inclusive v. of golden metal that must round my brow,” R3 IV, 1, 59.
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