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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To keep down or under.
- To press hard upon; straighten: applied to bounds.
- To pinch or starve with cold or hunger; hence, to stunt in growth.
- To harass; plague; annoy.
- From a dialectal variant of nither, nether. (Wiktionary)
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