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- v. Present participle of hamble.
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We have read yours, informing God's severe hambling hand, sufTcring the enemy, with so much violence and rcge, to destroy and lay waste before them on so sudden a surprisal.
Therb is another clafs of men very confident in themfclves here, however it may go with them in that awful day; and that is, fuch as have refined their canfe upon their fancied orthodoxy, or a fet of notions without any hambling grace in their hearts.
With (hambling legs, long chin, and foolifli eyes j With dangling hands he ftrokes th 'Imperial robe.