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win: “win of,” get the better of John II. i. 569 “he that wins of all,” H8 V. i. 58, Cym. I. i. 121, Sonn. lxiv. 7 “I have seen . . . the firm soil win of the watery main” ; similarly “win upon” Cor. I. i. 226 “it” [sc. the rabble] “will in time Win upon power” (=get the better of authority); cf. Ant. II. iv. 9 “You'll win two days upon me” (=get the advantage of me by two days).
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