Religion, Secularity, & Identity in Shakespeare and Early Modern Culture
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1 (of a battle) fought to the death: from the outbuildings came the screams of men in mortal combat.
2 (of an enemy or a state of hostility) admitting or allowing no reconciliation until death.
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