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atone to reconcile: “Since we cannot atone you,” RICHARD II., i. 1. 202 ; “to atone your fears With my more noble meaning,” TIMON OF ATHENS, v. 4. 58 ; “I would do much To atone them,” OTHELLO, iv. 1. 227 ; “the present need Speaks to atone you,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, ii. 2. 106 ; “I did atone my countryman and you,” CYMBELINE, i. 4. 36.

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