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devil, old edd. often “diuel(l,” scanned usually as a monosyllable (e.g. Mac. I. iii. 107), but occas. as a disyllable (e.g. Tp. IV. i. 188): “devil's book” (see BOOK 4) 2H4 II. ii. 51.
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