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drop sb.: used for ‘tear-drop’ (freq.) Tp. I. ii. 155, Ven. 981, Lucr. 1228; ‘drop of blood’ H5 III. v. 25, Troil. IV. v. 132 “any thou borrow'dst from thy mother,” Cor. V. i. 10 “the d-s That we have bled together” ; fig. small quantity Mer.V. II. ii. 201, Oth. IV. ii. 52 “A of patience,” Cym. IV. ii. 304.
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