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rheumatic splenetic, humoursome, peevish: “as rheumatic as two dry toasts” 2 HENRY IV., ii. 4. 55 ( “which cannot meet but they grate one another,” JOHNSON) ; “then he was rheumatic,” HENRY V., ii. 3. 38 (where Malone suggests that the Hostess may mean “then he was lunatic”.

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