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clout (1 see also BABE “of clouts”)
1. piece of cloth, rag R3 I. iii. 177, Rom. II. iv. 221 “as pale as any ,” Ham. II. ii. 537, Ant. IV. vii. 6*,
2. square piece of canvas at the archery butts, which was the mark aimed at LLL. IV. i. 138, 2H4 III. ii. 52 (see CLAP vb. 3), Lr. IV. vi. 94.
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