Etymology
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someone (pron.)
c. 1300, sum on; from some + one. Someone else "romantic rival" is from 1914.
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reverence (v.)

late 14c., reverencen, "treat (someone) with respect, honor; venerate, pay pious homage to; esteem, value; bow to (someone); do honor to," from reverence (n.). Related: Reverenced; reverencing.

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entreat (v.)
c. 1400, "to enter into negotiations," especially "discuss or arrange peace terms;" also "to treat (someone) in a certain way," from Anglo-French entretier, Old French entraiter "to treat," from en- "make" (see en- (1)) + traiter "to treat" (see treat (v.)). Meaning "to beseech, implore, plead with (someone)" is from early 15c.; meaning "to plead for (someone)" is from mid-15c. Related: Entreated; entreating.
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disprivilege (v.)

"deprive (someone) of privilege," 1610s; see dis- + privilege. Related: Disprivileged.

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palm (v.)

"impose (something) on (someone) by fraud," 1670s, from palm (n.1); around the same time it also meant "conceal in the palm of the hand" (1670s) and "handle, manipulate" (1680s). Extended form palm off (something, on someone) is from 1822.

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attributes (n.)
"qualities belonging to someone or something," c. 1600; see attribute (n.).
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rope (v.)

early 14c., ropen, "bind (someone) with a rope," from rope (n.). The meaning "mark off with rope" is from 1738; to rope (someone or something) in "secure for some purpose," frequently with a notion of entanglement, is by 1848. Related: Roped; roping.

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assify (v.)
"to make an ass of" (someone), 1804, from ass (n.1) + -ify. Related: Assified; assification (1823).
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look-alike (n.)
"someone who closely resembles another," 1937, American English, from look (v.) + alike.
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bill (v.1)
"to send someone a bill of charge," 1864, from bill (n.1). Related: Billed; billing.
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