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Approof, 1) approval: “either of condemnation or a.” Meas. II, 4, 174.
2) state of being approved: of very valiant a. (== of approved valour) All's II, 5, 3. “so in a. lives not his epitaph as in your royal speech,” I, 2, 50, i. e. his epitaph receives by nothing such confirmation and living truth as by your speech. “Prove such a wife as my thoughts make thee, and as my farthest band shall pass on thy a.” Ant. III, 2, 27, i. e. such as, when tried (a. == proof), will prove to be beyond anything that I can promise (band obj. of pass).
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