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    [feyn] /feɪn/ adverb 1. gladly; willingly: He fain would accept. adjective 2. content; willing: They were fain to go. 3. Archaic. constrained; obliged: He was fain to obey his Lord. 4. Archaic. glad; pleased. 5. Archaic. desirous; eager. /feɪn/ adverb 1. (usually with would) (archaic) willingly; gladly: she would fain be dead adjective 2. (obsolete) […]

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    [fuh-neyg] /fəˈneɪg/ verb (used without object), fainaigued, fainaiguing. 1. British Dialect. to shirk; evade work or responsibility. 2. to renege at cards.

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