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insult: to exult proudly or contemptuously, triumph scornfully “over, on” AYL. III. v. 36, 1H6 I. ii. 138 “that proud i-ing ship,” 3H6 I. iii. 14 “i-ing o'er his prey,” R3 II. iv. 51 “I-ing tyranny,” Tit. III. ii. 71 “I will insult on him.”
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    • William Shakespeare, As You Like It, 3.5
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