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1    intr   to think it fit or worthy of oneself (to do something); condescend  
he will not deign to speak to us     
2    tr  
Archaic   to vouchsafe  
he deigned no reply     
     (C13: from Old French deignier, from Latin dignari to consider worthy, from dignus worthy)  
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