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chide to sound, to resound, to echo: “Shall chide your trespass” HENRY V., ii. 4. 125 (chide being used here partly in the sense of“rebuke),” ; “the chiding flood,” HENRY VIII., iii. 2. 197 ; “Retorts to chiding fortune,” TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, i. 3. 54 ( “noisy, clamorous,” STEEVENS) “The chiding billow,” OTHELLO, ii. 1. 12 ( “chidden,” Cambridge ); “as chiding a nativity” PERICLES, iii. 1. 32. (that is, “as noisy a one,” STEEVENS)

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