Both

Both

, conj. As well; not only; equally.
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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.
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To judge both quick and dead.
Milton.
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A masterpiece both for argument and style.
Goldsmith.
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To whom bothe heven and erthe and see is sene.
Chaucer.
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Both mongrel, puppy, whelp, and hound.
Goldsmith.
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He prayeth well who loveth well
Both man and bird and beast.
Coleridge.
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