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even-pleach'd etc.— “Her hedges,” HENRY V., v. 2. 42. “The construction is, ‘Her even-pleached hedges [hedges evenly intertwined, so woven together as to have an even surface] put forth disordered twigs, resembling persons in prison, whose faces are from neglect overgrown with hair’” (MALONE) . See pleached.

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