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mirth (obs. uses)
1. fun Wiv. IV. vi. 14, Ado II. i. 345 “to speak all and no matter,” MND. V. i. 57; jest Ant. I. iv. 18 “for a mirth.”
2. object of merriment Wint. I. ii. 166, Cæs. IV. iii. 49 “I'll use you for my mirth,” 113
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