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Daintily, 1) deliciously: “baked in that pie, whereof their mother d. hath fed,” Tit. V, 3, 61.
2) delicately, fastidiously: “famine . . . whom thou foughtest again, though d. brought up,” Ant. I, 4, 60.
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