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Yare, adj. and adv. ready, active, brisk, nimble: “cheerly, my hearts, y., y.” Tp. I, 1, 7. “down with the top-mast! y., lower, lower!” Tp. I, 1, 7 “our ship . . . is tight and y. and bravely rigged,” V, 224. “if you have occasion to use me for your own turn, you shall find me y.” Meas. IV, 2, 61. “dismount thy tuck, be y. in thy preparation,” Tw. III, 4, 244. “their ships are y., yours heavy,” Ant. III, 7, 39. “a haltered neck which does the hangman thank for being y. about him,” III, 13, 131. “y., y., good Iras, quick,” V, 2, 286.
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