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counterfeit a portrait, a likeness, a picture: “Fair Portia's counterfeit,” THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, iii. 2. 115 ; “Thou draw'st a counterfeit Best in all Athens,” TIMON OF ATHENS, v. 1. 78 ; “the poor counterfeit of her complaining” THE RAPE OF LUCRECE, 1269 ; ( “her maid, whose countenance exhibited an image of her mistress's grief,” MALONE) “your painted counterfeit,” SONNETS, xvi. 8 ; “the counterfeit Is poorly imitated,” SONNETS, liii. 5.

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