affeer

affeer

(əˈfɪə)
vb (tr)
1. to assess, to decide upon an amount
2. to fix upon or confirm something
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Admittedly, the blistering "sole name" to which Malcolm alludes could be "Macbeth," but it is more likely "tyrant." "Great tyranny, lay thou thy basis sure," Macduff sardonically soon says--"For goodness dare not check thee: wear thou thy wrongs,/ The title is affeered" (IV.