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Anatomize (O. Edd. anathomize, except Lr. III, 6, 80), to dissect for the purpose of examining the interior structure: “let them a. Regan,” Lr. III, 6, 80. Figuratively == to lay open, to show distinctly: “in her the painter had --d time's ruin,” Lucr. 1450. “should I a. him to thee,” As I, 1, 162. “the wise man's folly is --d,” II, 7, 56. “see his company --d,” All's IV, 3, 37. my well-known body to a. H4B Ind. All's IV, 3, 37 Don Armado writes annothanize, and uses it in the sense of to explain: “which to a. in the vulgar,” LLL IV, 1, 69.
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