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Meteor, a bright phenomenon, thought to be portentous, appearing in the atmosphere (cf. Exhalation): “it shall hang like a m. o'er the cuckold's horns,” Wiv. II, 2, 292. “his heart's --s tilting in his face,” Err. IV, 2, 6. “they will pluck away his natural cause and call them --s, prodigies and signs,” John III, 4, 157. “had I seen the vaulty top of heaven figured quite o'er with burning --s,” V, 2, 53. “--s fright the fixed stars of heaven,” R2 II, 4, 9. “like the --s of a troubled heaven,” H4A I, 1, 10. “do you see these --s? do you behold these exhalations? what think you they portend?” II, 4, 351. “and be no more an exhaled m., a prodigy of fear,” V, 1, 19. “it is some m. that the sun exhales,” Rom. III, 5, 13. “I missed the m. once,” H8 V, 4, 52.
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