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Zealous, fervent, eager, earnest: “with such a z. laughter, so profound,” LLL V, 2, 116. upon thy cheek “lay I this z. kiss,” John II, 19. Implying the idea of religious piety: “intend a z. pilgrimage to thee,” Sonn. 27, 6. “whilst I from far his name with z. fervour sanctify,” All's III, 4, 11. “if z. love should go in search of virtue,” John II, 428. “so sweet is z. contemplation,” R3 III, 7, 94.
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