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used in King Lear

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a religious ceremony in which something is made holy
  • —Here in the sands Thee I'll rake up, the post unsanctified Of murderous lechers: and in the mature time With this ungracious paper strike the sight Of the death-practis'd duke: for him 'tis well That of thy death and business I can tell.
    4.6 — Act 4 Scene 6 — The country near Dover (95% in)

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