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find (obsolete uses are the foll.)
1. “ forth”=find out Err. I. ii. 37, Mer.V. I. i. 144.
2. to experience, feel Meas. III. i. 78 “f-s a pang,” Cor. V. iii. 111 “We must find An evident calamity.”
3. to discover the true character of, esp. to discover the weakness of All'sW. II. iv. 34, V. ii. 47, 1H4 I. iii. 3, H5 IV. i. 279 “I am a king that thee” (viz. ceremony), Oth. II. i. 254.
4. to provide, furnish H5 I. ii. 72 “To his title with some shows of truth.”
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