doubt to fear: “That love the fundamental part of state More than you doubt the change on 't,” CORIOLANUS, iii. 1. 152. “The meaning is, ‘You whose zeal predominates over your terrors; you who do not so much fear the danger of violent measures, as wish the good to which they are necessary, the preservation of the original constitution of our government’” (JOHNSON) .
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