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Each of the two; one and the other; (non-gloss definition).
1717, (w), ''Reflexions upon Exile''
- He will not bear the loss of his rank, because he can bear the loss of his estate; but he will bear both, because he is prepared for both.
Each of the two, or of the two kinds.
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Including both of (used with and).
''Both you and I are students''.
- Mind you, clothes were clothes in those days. There was a great deal of them, lavish both in material and in workmanship.
Including all of (used with and).
(RQ:Goldsmith The Vicar of Wakefiel)
- Both mongrel, puppy, whelp, and hound.
(RQ:Coleridge Ancient Marine)
- He prayeth well who loveth well both man and bird and beast.
1892, Richard Congreve, ''Essays Political, Social, and Religious'' (volume 2, page 615)
- (..) as he appreciates its beauty and its rich gifts, as he regards it with venerant love, fed by both his intellectual powers, his contemplation, and his meditation.
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