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used in Henry IV, Part 1

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improperly bold or disrespectful — especially toward someone who is older or considered to be of higher status
  • Charge an honest woman with picking thy pocket! why, thou whoreson, impudent, emboss'd rascal, if there were anything in thy pocket but tavern-reckonings, and one poor pennyworth of sugar-candy to make thee long-winded,—if thy pocket were enrich'd with any other injuries but these, I am a villain: and yet you will stand to it; you will not pocket-up wrong.
    3.3 — Act 3 Scene 3 — Eastcheap. A Room in the Boar's-Head Tavern (76% in)

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