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  1. Because.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)Dismount thy tuck, be yare in thy preparation, for thy assailant is quick, skillful and deadly.

  4. (quote-book)nor is there found, in sea or on land, a sweeter or pleasanter of gifts than she; for she is prime in comeliness and seemlihead of face and symmetrical shape of perfect grace; her check is ruddy dight, her brow flower white, her teeth gem-bright, her eyes blackest black and whitest white, her hips of heavy weight, her waist slight and her favour exquisite.

  5. (quote-book)

  6. Towards; in the direction of.

  7. (RQ:Bacon New Atlantis)

  8. Directed at; intended to belong to.

  9. In order to help, benefit, gratify, honor etc. (someone or something).

  10. (quote-song)|artist=The Doobie Brothers|title=(w)|passage=You, telling me the things you're gonna do for me.

  11. Befitting of someone’s beliefs, needs, wants, skills, or tastes; best suited to.

  12. To be used or treated in a stated way, or with a stated purpose.

  13. Supporting, in favour of.

  14. (ant)

    {{ux|en|All those for the motion, raise your hands.

  15. of|Because of.

  16. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-3)

  17. (quote-text)

  18. Intended to cure, remove or counteract; order to cure, remove or counteract.

  19. Over (a period of time).

  20. {{quote-text|en|year=1717|author=Joseph Addison|title=Metamorphoses

  21. Throughout or across (a distance in space).

  22. (RQ:Shakespeare King Lear)

  23. (n-g)

  24. On behalf of.

  25. In the role or capacity of; instead of; in place of.

  26. In exchange for; in correspondence or equivalence with.

  27. (RQ:King James Version)

  28. In order to obtain or acquire.

  29. (RQ:Denham Sophy)

  30. By the standards of, usually with the implication that those standards are lower than one might otherwise expect; considering.

  31. (usex)

  32. To be, or as being.

  33. 17th century (w), ''Wit|Of Wit''

  34. We take a falling meteor for a star.
  35. (RQ:Locke Conduct)

  36. c. 1690, (w), ''Translations'' (Preface)

  37. Most of our ingenious young men take up some cry'd-up English poet for their model.
  38. Despite, spite of.

  39. 1892 August 6, "The Unbidden Guest", in (w) (editor), ''(w)'', page 133,

  40. Mr. Joseph Blenkinshaw was perhaps not worth quite so much as was reported; but for all that he was a very wealthy man (..)
  41. (senseid) (n-g)

  42. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 5)

  43. (quote-journal)

  44. (n-g)

  45. In honor of; after.

  46. Due for or facing (a certain outcome or fate).

  47. of|Out of; (non-gloss definition)

  48. (non-gloss definition)

  49. (RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Comedies and Tragedies)

  50. So (that), order to

  51. (uxi)

  52. To, (non-gloss definition)

  53. {{quote-text|en|year=1896|title=McClure's magazine|page=270

  54. 2007, H. Nigel Thomas, ''Return to Arcadia: A Novel'' (Tsar Publications):

  55. "She say that when nigger people step out o&39; they place and start for rub shoulders with Bacra, trouble just &39;round the corner."
  56. a kind of fish

  57. (l)

  58. tax, rate

  59. rate, value (q)

  60. forum

  61. fuero, tribunal

  62. (l); for the purpose of

  63. (l); for the sake of; intended to belong to or used by

  64. {{zh-x|呢{ni1}個 位{wai6-2} 係 for{6} 長{zoeng2}者 坐 㗎。|this seat is for the elderly.|C

    {{zh-x|個 set{t1} 如果 f{}o{}r{fo6} 三 個 人{jan4-2} 食 會 唔 會 太 細 份?|Would the portion this meal set be too little, if it were for three people to consume?|C

  65. to forward (a message, an email, etc.)

  66. (mixed mutation of)

  67. lining (gloss)

  68. of

  69. to

  70. on

  71. at

  72. before, front of

  73. by

  74. too (gloss)

  75. front

  76. forward

  77. (l), because

  78. (infl of).

  79. away, far, gone

  80. {{quote-text|eo|year=1998|author=Henrik Ibsen|translator=Odd Tangerud|title=Puphejmo : Dramo en tri aktoj|url=

  81. (only used in)

  82. (gl-verb form of)

  83. mud

  84. (syn)

  85. bog

  86. from, away from

  87. to speak, talk, say

  88. for

  89. on, over

  90. (RQ:mga-SMMD)

  91. too

  92. 1|for

  93. (alternative form of)

  94. 1|for

  95. 1|for, because

  96. (senseid) travel

  97. footprints

  98. (senseid) furrow

  99. fast

  100. in favour of

  101. (misspelling of), (infl of)

  102. (infl of)

  103. of ''(+ dative)''

  104. (l) (duration of time)

  105. late 10th century, of Eynsham|Ælfric, "Saint Sebastian, Martyr"

  106. (quote)
  107. (l) (for the sake of) ''(+ dative)''

  108. c. 990, ''(w)'', Luke 9:24

  109. (l) (on behalf of, instead of) ''(+ accusative)''

  110. c. 992, of Eynsham|Ælfric, "The Nativity of St. Paul the Apostle"

  111. ago ''(+ dative)''

  112. c. 995, of Eynsham|Ælfric, ''Extracts on Grammar in English''

  113. (Usually in the phrase ''for eall'') (l), (l), (l) ''(+ dative)''

  114. (inflection of)

  115. journey, going, course, expedition, approach; passage, lifestyle, way of life

  116. hog, pig

  117. your (qualifier)

  118. you (qualifier)

  119. furrow

  120. (pt-verb form of)

  121. loop (gloss)

  122. (verb form of)

  123. oven

  124. to hit repeatedly with a stick or other object