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hang (pa. t. and pa. pple. “hung,” except in the sense ‘put to death by hanging’, in which “hanged” is usual; in MND. V. i. 367 Qq “hanged,” Ff “hung”; in AYL. III. ii. 183, Cym. II. iv. 68, Pilgr. xiv. 3 [183] “hanged” is used for “hung):—hang off,” leave go MND. III. ii. 260; “hang up,” hang on a gibbet LLL. IV. iii. 54 “love's Tyburn, that h-s up simplicity,” Rom. III. iii. 56.
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