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1. freely, without restraint or constraint, unrestrictedly Troil. V. viii. 19, Tim. II. ii. 189 “Men and men's fortunes could I use,” Ham. III. i. 34 “We may of their encounter judge,” V. ii. 267.
2. generously, unreservedly Meas. III. i. 104, Tit. I. i. 420, Oth. II. iii. 301 “to make me despise myself.”
3. openly, without disguise H8 II. i. 81, Troil. I. iii. 253 “Speak as the wind,” Mac. I. iv. 5 “ he confess'”
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