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Conceit, vb. to form an idea, to judge: 1) intr.: “one that so imperfectly --s,” Oth. III, 3, 149 (Q1 conjects). -- 2) tr.: “him and his worth you have right well --ed,” Caes. I, 3, 162. “one of two bad ways you must c. me, either a coward or a flatterer,” III, 1, 192.
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