give repose

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Disdain hath power to kill, and patience dies Slain by suspicion, be it false or true; And deadly is the force of jealousy; Long absence makes of life a dreary void; No hope of happiness can give repose To him that ever fears to be forgot; And death, inevitable, waits in hall.
The whole party now remained encamped for two or three days, to give repose to both men and horses.
The shoes give repose to the feet which is the foundation on which the body rests.