Both, conj. As well; not only; equally.
Both precedes the first of two cordinate words or phrases, and is followed by
and before the other, both . . .
and . . . ; as well the one as the other; not only this, but also that; equally the former and the latter. It is also sometimes followed by more than two cordinate words, connected by
and expressed or understood.
To judge both quick and dead.Milton.
A masterpiece both for argument and style.Goldsmith.
To whom bothe heven and erthe and see is sene.Chaucer.
Both mongrel, puppy, whelp, and hound.Goldsmith.
He prayeth well who loveth wellColeridge.
Both man and bird and beast.
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