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Painfully, 1) with distress of the body or mind: “within which rift thou didst p. remain a dozen years,” Tp. I, 2, 278. “thou hast p. discovered,” Tim. V, 2, 1 (so as to distress us by the result of thy discovery).
2) laboriously: “p. to pore upon a book,” LLL I, 1, 74. “who p. have brought a countercheck,” John II, 223.
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