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VERBS, INFLECTIONS OF:-- Inflection in -s with two singular nouns as subject

Inflection in "s" with two singular nouns as subject.

The inflection in s is of frequent occurrence also when two or more singular nouns precede the verb:

“The heaviness and guilt within my bosom
Takes off my manhood.

“Faith and troth bids them.

“Plenty and peace breeds cowards.

“For women's fear and love holds quantity.

“Where death and danger dogs the heels of worth.

“Scorn and derision never comes (Globe and Quarto, come) in
tears.

“Thy weal and woe are both of them extremes,
Despair and hope makes thee ridiculous.

“My hand and ring is yours.

“O, Cymbeline, heaven and my conscience knows.” Ib. iii. 3. 99.

“Hanging and wiving goes by destiny.

“The which my love and some necessity
Now lays upon you.

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