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having: possession, property, wealth, estate Wiv. III. ii. 76 “The gentleman is of no ,” AYL. III. ii. 401, Wint. IV. iii. [iv.] 743, H8 II. iii. 23 “Our content Is our best ,” Cym. I. ii. 20; also pl. H8 III. ii. 160; in Oth. IV. iii. 94 “our ” * = our allowance of expense (J.); fig. endowments, ‘gifts’, accomplishments Troil. III. iii. 97, Compl. 235.
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