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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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These are the only Occasioners of bad Matches, and such as raise a Scandal of that Estate, which at once affoards both
Every one brings the most exquisite things, to shew what his country affoards.
Copley 'Pelham Letters loi secondly for the merit of the work itself and the fair prospect it affoards of America rivaling the continant of Europe in those refined Arts that have been justly esteemed the Greatest Gloiy of ancient Greece and Rome.'