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used in Julius Caesar

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spend time with — especially spending leisure time with people considered undesirable; or one of the people with whom time is spent
  • Coming from Sardis, on our former ensign Two mighty eagles fell; and there they perch'd, Gorging and feeding from our soldiers' hands; Who to Philippi here consorted us: This morning are they fled away and gone; And in their steads do ravens, crows, and kites Fly o'er our heads and downward look on us, As we were sickly prey: their shadows seem A canopy most fatal, under which Our army lies, ready to give up the ghost.
    5.1 — Act 5 Scene 1 — The plains of Philippi (68% in)

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