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155 This present obiect made probation.1.1.156
1870 Abbott
Abbott
155 probation] Abbott (§ 479): “The termination ‘ion” is frequently prnounced as two syllables at the end of a line.”
1872 cln1
cln1: Cotgrave
155 probation] Clark & Wright (ed. 1872): “proof. Cotgrave (French Dict.) gives ‘Probation: f. A Probation, proofe.’ Compare [Oth. 3.3.365 (2009)]: ‘So prove it, That the probation bear no hinge nor loop To hang a doubt on.’”
1877 v1877
v1877 = cln1
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1878 rlf1
rlf1: cln1 without attribution gloss + //s Mac. 3.1.80 (1075), Cym. 5.5.362 (3676); +
155 probation] Rolfe (ed. 1878): “The word is here a quadrisyllable. [Abbott] 479.”
1880 meik
meik = cln1 gloss w/Oth. // without attribution
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1883 macd
macd= cln1
155 made probation] MacDonald (ed. 1883): “‘gave proof’”
1885 mull
mull = cln1 without attribution
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1891 dtn1
dtn1: //s Mac., 3.1.80 (1075) w/quot.; Oth. w/ quote = cln1 without attribution +
155 made probation] Deighton (ed. 1891): “We now say ‘to make proof,’ or ‘probation,’ in the sense of obtaining proof by means of trial, and speak of ‘giving proof’ in the sense in which Shakespeare uses made probation.”
1899 ard1
ard1: standard gloss (= cln1 without attribution) + // MM 5.1.157 (2528)
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1903 rlf3
rlf3 = rlf1 minus Abbott attribution
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1905 rltr
rltr = cln1 without attribution
155 probation] Chambers (ed. 1905): “proof.”
1909 subb
subb
155 probation] Subbarau (ed. 1909): “here a quadrisyllable.”
1913 tut2
tut2
155 probabtion] Goggin (ed. 1913): “afforded proof.”
1929 trav
trav: standard gloss +
155 probation] Travers (ed. 1929) “Note the abstract, scholastic quality of this logical conclusion to a speech not lacking in movement and colour.”
1931 crg1
crg1: standard
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1939 kit2
kit2
155 obiect] Kittredge (ed. 1939): “sight. In Elizabethan English all that the eye can take in at one view may be called an object.
kit2: standard
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1947 cln2
cln2: standard gloss
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1957 pel1
pel1: standard
155 probation] Farnham (ed. 1957): “proof.”
1970 pel2
pel2: standard
155 probation] Farnham (ed. 1970): “proof”
1982 ard2
ard2: OED 3 b; Oth. 5.2.365 (3678); Tit. 3.1.64 (1202); Cym. 1.6.102 (714); Per. 1.1.43; MV 1.1.20 (23); Lr. 5.3.238 (3194).
155 object] Jenkins (ed. 1982): “A word often applied to a spectacle which excites a strong emotional reaction (of horror, dread, admiration, etc.).”
1987 oxf4
oxf4: OED; ard2 without attribution
155 obiect] Hibbard (ed. 1987) refers to the OED 3b: “something that causes a strong emotional response, such as wonder, fear, admiration, and the like.”
1992 fol2
fol2: standard
155 made probation] Mowat & Werstine (ed. 1992): “demonstrated“
1993 OED
OED
155 probation] OED: I. 1. a. “The action or process of testing or putting to the proof; trial, experiment; investigation,examination. Obs.”
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