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drawn having one's sword drawn: “Why are you drawn?” THE TEMPEST, ii. 1. 299 ; “if he be not drawn,” HENRY V., ii. 1. 35 ; “art thou drawn among these heartless hinds?” ROMEO AND JULIET, i. 1. 64 (whether “who having drawn to do't,” PERICLES, v. 1. 172 , means “who having drawn his sword to do it,” or “whom she having persuaded to do it,” has been disputed. I think, the former).

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    • William Shakespeare, Pericles, Prince of Tyre, 5.1
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