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1. “ to,” (i) subject the influence or operation of Cæs. I. ii. 198 “if my name” (=I) “were to fear,” Per. IV. vi. 183; (ii) subject or subservient to John II. i. 490, V. ii. 101 “such as to my claim are ,” Cæs. II. ii. 104.
2. suitable, fit LLL. V. i. 99, John IV. ii. 226.
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