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Veneris, ‘of her love.’ Cf. XIII. 639 n.

43. ‘‘and wicked weede of grizly juice together she did bray and in the braying witching charmes she ouer them did say.’ —Golding.’ The abl. horrendis sucis might be more naturally taken with infamia, as in XIII. 400, than as abl. of description. For tritis cf. XIII. 412 n.; the expression is equivalent to ‘accompanies the pounding with,’ though the words may also be spoken of metaphorically as an ingredient, as in G. III. 283.

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