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Wreak, vb. 1) to revenge: “be --ed on him,” Ven. 1004. “to w. our wrongs,” Tit. IV, 3, 51. “to w. the love I bore my cousin upon his body that hath slaughtered him,” Rom. III, 5, 102.
2) to reck, to care for; spelt reck in this signification by M. Edd.; see Reck.
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