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Mak

Falstaffian figure; categorically maintains his innocence. [Br. Lit.: The Second Shepherds’ Play]
See: Deceit

Mak

sheep stealer succeeds by waiting till the shepherds fall asleep. [Br. Lit.: The Second Shepherd’s Play]
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