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close with, and close in with, “to come to an agreement with, to comply with, to unite with” (Johnson's Dict. ), to fall in with: “make thee wrong this virtuous gentlewoman to close with us,” 2 HENRY IV., ii. 4. 315 ; “to close In terms of friendship with thine enemies,” JULIUS CAESAR, iii. 1. 203 ; “He closes with you in this consequence,” HAMLET, ii. 1. 45 ; “He closes with you thus,” HAMLET, ii. 1. 55 ; “This closing with him fits his lunacy,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, v. 2. 70.

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