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PREPOSITIONS. With for "like;" withal

With is used by Ben Jonson for like. “Not above a two shilling.
B. 'Tis somewhat with the least.” B. J. E. in &c. i. 4. "Something like, very near the least."

“He is not with himself.

. i.e. "in his senses."

Ben Jonson also uses without in the sense of "unlike," "beyond." “An act without your sex, it is so rare.” B. J. Sejan. ii. 1.

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