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Abandon, 1) to leave: “a. the society of this female,” As V, 1, 52. As V, 1, 52 “at your -- ed cave,” V, 4, 202. “I have --ed Troy,” Troil. III, 3, 5. “--ed her holy groves,” Tit. II, 3, 58. “if thou wouldst not reside but where one villain is, then him a.” Tim. V, 1, 114.
2) to desert, to forsake: “left and --ed of his velvet friends,” As II, 1, 50. “--ed from your bed,” Shr. Ind. 2, 117 (forsaken and kept from your bed). “--ed and despised,” H6C I, 1, 188.
3) to give up, to renounce: “he hath --ed his physicians,” Alls I, 1, 15. “so --ed to her sorrow,” Tw. I, 4, 19. “a. all remorse,” Oth. III, 3, 369.
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