(r?-m?"sh?n), n. [L. remotio. See Remove.] 1. The act of removing; removal. [Obs.]
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This remotion of the duke and her
Is practice only.
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2. The state of being remote; remoteness. [R.]
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The whitish gleam [of the stars] was the mask conferred by the enormity of their remotion.
De Quincey.
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