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Mate, vb. 1) to marry: “mad herself, she's madly --d,” Shr. III, 2, 246. “the hind that would be --d by the lion,” All's I, 1, 102. “if she be --d with an equal husband,” Tim. I, 1, 140. Play on the word in Err. III, 2, 54.
2) to match, to cope with: “I . . . that in the way of loyalty and truth . . . dare m. a sounder man than Surrey can be,” H8 III, 2, 274.
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