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sea-monster — “More hideous . . . Than the,” KING LEAR, i. 4. 261. Steevens quotes, and seemingly with approbation, the remark of Upton, that here the sea-monster means“the hippopotamus, the hieroglyphical symbol of impiety and ingratitude;” but that animal is ariver monster.

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