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Damsel, lass, wench: “it was a spite unto the silly d.” Pilgr. 218. “I was taken with a d.” LLL I, 1, 292. LLL I, 1, 292 294 (Ff Q2 damosell). “for this d., I must keep her at the park,” I, 2, 135. “d., I'll have a bout with you,” H6A III, 2, 56. “d. of France, I think I have you fast,” V, 3, 30.
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