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Unhappily, 1) unfortunately, with regret be it said: “With child, perhaps? U. even so,” Meas. I, 2, 160.
2) mischievously, evilly: “haply that name of chaste u. set this bateless edge on his keen appetite,” Lucr. 8 (O. Edd. unhaply). “purest faith u. forsworn,” Sonn. 66, 4. “you are a churchman, or, I'll tell you, cardinal, I should judge now u.” H8 I, 4, 89. “would make one think there might be thought, though nothing sure, yet much u.” Hml. IV, 5, 13. “the effects he writes of succeed u.” Lr. I, 2, 157.
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