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monument (1 occurs freq., 2 once)
1. place of burial, grave, sepulchre Ado IV. i. 208 “your family's old ,” Tit. II. iii. 228, Rom. III. v. 203 “In that dim where Tybalt lies,” Ant. IV. xi. [xiii.] 3, &c.
2. portent Shr. III. ii. 98 “some wondrous , Some comet, or unusual prodigy.”
3. statue, effigy Meas. V. i. 227, All'sW. IV. ii. 6, Cym. II. ii. 32 “a Thus in a chapel lying,” Lucr. 391.
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    • William Shakespeare, Anthony and Cleopatra, 4.11
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    • William Shakespeare, Cymbeline, 2.2
    • William Shakespeare, The Rape of Lucrece
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