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drawn (the foll. are special uses)
1. “ fox,” a fox driven from cover and therefore wily in his attempts to get back again 1H4 III. iii. 128 (? also ref. to ‘fox’ = broadsword).
2. having one's sword drawn Tp. II. i. 316, MND. III. ii. 402, H5 II. i. 39.
3. “ of,” emptied of Cym. V. iv. 168.
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