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full sb. phrases:—“at ,” (1) fully, completely Meas. I. i. 43 “be thou at ourself” ; (2) at length Err. I. i. 122 “dilate at ,” H5 II. iv. 140 “know our mind at ,” Ham. IV. iii. 66; (3) at the period or moment of fullness LLL. V. ii. 215 “look the moon at ,” Ant. III. ii. 49 “at of tide;—in the ,” with full complement Troil. IV. v. 271;—“to the ,” (1) fully All'sW. I. iii. 199, 2H6 I. ii. 84; (2) to its full state Ant. II. i. 11 “it will come to the ,” Troil. III. iii. 242 “to my of view” (=to my eye's complete satisfaction).
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