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race vb. [variant of RASE, RAZE in common use circa 1400-1650]: to make away with Tit. I. i. 451 “to massacre them all, And their faction,” Cym. V. v. 70 “that [tribute] The Britons have r-'d out” ; mod. edd. “razed.”
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