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Asunder, 1) parted, not together: “hearts remote, yet not a.” Phoen. 29. “could not live a.” H6A II, 2, 31. “that we two are a.” Cymb. III, 2, 32. “villain and he be many miles a.” Rom. III, 5, 82. “they whirl a. and dismember me,” John III, 1, 330. “my chaff and corn shall fly a.” H8 V, 1, 112. “keep them a.” Wiv. III, 1, 74. H6B I, 4, 54. “part a.” H6B I, 4, 54. “pluck them a.” Hml. V, 1, 287. “will you rent our ancient love a.?” Mids. III, 2, 215. “from my shoulders crack my arms a.” H6A I, 5, 11.
2) in two, to pieces: “his woven girths he breaks a.” Ven. 266. “cut my lace a.” R3 IV, 1, 34 (Qq in sunder). “cracking ten thousand curbs of more strong link a.” Cor. I, 1, 73. “hack their bones a.” H6A IV, 7, 47. “to rend his limbs a.” H6B I, 3, 15.
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