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rear (v.) Old form(s): rear'd , reare , Rere
raise, lift up
2H6 III.ii.34[Somerset to lords, of the King] Rear up his body
3H6 II.vi.86[Warwick to Edward, of Clifford's head] rear it in the place your father's stands
Tem II.i.300[Antonio to Sebastian] when I rear my hand, do you the like
Tit III.i.168[Marcus to Lucius and Titus] Which of your hands hath not ... reared aloft the bloody battle-axe
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