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knot sb. (said fig. of the marriage tie, e.g. R3 IV. iii. 42; 2 survives in midl. and south-west dial.)
2. flower-bed laid out in fanciful or intricate design; hence, any laid-out garden plot R2 III. iv. 46.
3. lump or knob Troil. V. iii. 33.
4. group, band, company Wiv. IV. ii. 126, R3 III. 182 Cæs. III. i. 117 “So often shall the knot of us be call'”
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    • William Shakespeare, Richard II, 3.4
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