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Athwart, prep., across, from side to side: “lay his wreathed arms a. his loving bosom,” LLL IV, 3, 135. “heave him a. the sea,” H5 V Chor. H5 V Chor. “a. men's noses,” Rom. I, 4, 58 (only in the spurious Q1; other O. Edd. over). “a. the lane,” Cymb. V, 3, 18. -- “A. the heart of his lover,” As III, 4, 45, cf. across. Figuratively: whatsoever comes a. his affection (== crosses his affection) Ado II, 2, 6.
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