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atone (rare before S.; ‘atonement’ is earlier, in Sir T. More)
1. to set at one, reconcile R2 I. i. 202 “Since we cannot atone you,” Tim. V. iv. 58, Oth. IV. i. 245.
2. to agree, unite AYL. V. iv. 117, Cor. IV. vi. 73 “can no more atone, Than violentest contrariety.”
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