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Grocott & Ward, comps.  Grocott’s Familiar Quotations, 6th ed.  189-?.
 
Degree
 
And though that I of auncestry
  A baron’s daughter be,
Yet have you proved howe I you loved
  A squyer of lowe degrè.
        Anonymous.—The Nut-Browne Maid, 2 Percy Reliques, 28.
  1
Yet was he but a squire of low degree.
        Spenser.—Faerie Queen, Book IV. Canto VII. Stanza 15.
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As in this world there are degrees of evils,
So in this world there are degrees of devils.
        Webster.—The White Devil. (Flaminius to Brach.)
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