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blow to swell: “ blown Jack,” 1 HENRY IV., iv. 2. 47 ; “the blown tide” CORIOLANUS, v. 4. 46 ; (wrongly explained “the tide driven by the wind ),” “blown ambition,” KING LEAR, iv. 4. 27 ; “a vent of blood, and something blown,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, v. 2. 346 ; “our blown sails,” PERICLES, v. 1. 253 ; “how imagination blows him,” TWELFTH NIGHT, ii. 5. 40 ; “This blows my heart,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, iv. 6. 34.

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    • William Shakespeare, Anthony and Cleopatra, 4.6
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    • William Shakespeare, Coriolanus, 5.4
    • William Shakespeare, King Lear, 4.4
    • William Shakespeare, Pericles, Prince of Tyre, 5.1
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