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depart vb. (2 this sense is now only used in ‘depart this life’)
1. to take leave of one another Tim. I. i. 263 “Ere we depart,” Cym. I. i. 108 “The loathness to depart.”
2. to go away from, leave, quit 2H4 IV. v. 89, 3H6 II. ii. 73 “depart the field,” Lr. III. v. 1, Sonn. xi. 2.
3. “ with(al),” part with, give up LLL. II. i. 146, John II. i. 563 “Hath willingly d-ed with a part.”
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  • Cross-references in text-specific dictionaries from this page (4):
    • William Shakespeare, King Lear, 3.5
    • William Shakespeare, King John, 2.1
    • William Shakespeare, Cymbeline, 1.1
    • William Shakespeare, Sonnets, xi
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