Plant (v.)

Titus Andronicus, [1.1.446-453]. Tamora. “My Lord, be rule’d by me, be won at last;/ Dissemble all your griefs and discontents./ You are but newly planted in your throne;/ Lest, then, the people, and patricians too,/ Upon a just survey take Titus’ part,/ And so supplant you for ingratitude,/ Which Rome reputes to be a heinous sin,/ Yield at entreats; and then let me alone.”

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