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... darts : lances 21 ruth : sorrow 26 plaint : complaint 29 clothed holts with : woods clothed with 30 availed : slackened swift y - breathed : panting 32 hart : deer 32 chase ... a - force : chasser à force , in which the game is run ...
And with that word , with all his force a dart 50 He lancèd then into that crooked womb : Which trembling stack , and shook within the side , Wherewith the caves ' gan hollowly resound . And but for fates and for our blind forecast ...
... Joined with me once , now misery hath joined In equal ruin : into what pit thou seest From what height fallen , so much the stronger proved He with his thunder ; and till then who knew The force of those dire arms ?
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