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haste sb.: “in ,” (1) with speed, quickly, e.g. Mer.V. II. ii. 187 [180] “Return in ,” R2 I. i. 150 “In whereof” (=‘in order to expedite this proof’); Lr. II. i. 26 “i' the ” ; so “in all ,” with all possible speed R3 IV. i. 56, Troil. I. i. 121 “In all swift ” ; (2) eager to get something done quickly, in a hurry, e.g. Gent. I. iii. 89 “He is in ; therefore I pray you, go;—make ” is freq.; in the same sense are used “take his ” Tim. V. i. 215, “put it to the haste” Ant. V. ii. 195.
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