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become to adorn, to set-off, to grace: “become disloyalty,” COMEDY OF ERRORS, iii. 2. 11 ; “become the field,” KING JOHN, v. 1. 55 ; “become hard-favour'd death,” 1 HENRY VI., iv. 7. 23 ; “vilest things Become themselves in her,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, ii. 2. 243 ; “becomes the ground,” AS YOU LIKE IT, iii. 2. 227 ; “Whether the horse by him became his deed,” A LOVER'S COMPLAINT, 111.

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