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from prep. (the chief obs. uses are)
1. among, from among All'sW. II. i. 130 “entreating your royal thoughts A modest one,” Tim. I. ii. 96 “why have you that charitable title from thousands?.”
2. away from, apart from; at variance with, not in accordance with, alien to; otherwise than, in a different way from Mer.V. III. ii. 192 “you can wish none” (=no joy) “ me,” 1H4 III. ii. 31, H5 IV. vii. 143 “quite the answer of his degree,” Cæs. I. iii. 35 “Clean the purpose,” 64 “ quality and kind,” II. i. 196, Mac. III. i. 100, Ham. III. ii. 24, Oth. I. i. 132 “ the sense of all civility,” Ant. II. vi. 30 “ the present” (=not to the purpose his hand), Cym. I. iv. 18, Lucr. 341 “So himself impiety hath wrought.”
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