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jet “upon,” to encroach upon: “Your sauciness will jet upon my love,” THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, ii. 2. 28 ( “jest,” Cambridge ); “to jet Upon the innocent and aweless throne,” RICHARD III., ii. 4. 51 ; “to jet upon a prince's right,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, ii. 1. 64.

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