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Pain, vb. 1) to put to bodily distress or torment: “that kills and --s not,” Ant. V, 2, 244. Partic. --ed: “give physic to the sick, ease to the --ed,” Lucr. 901. “to enforce the --ed impotent to smile,” LLL V, 2, 864. Superl. --edst: “the --edst fiend of hell,” Per. IV, 6, 173.
2) to put to labour and trouble: “that I have employed and --ed your unknown sovereignty,” Meas. V, 391.
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