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noun: A set of four persons, things, etc.
From Latin quattuor (four). Earliest documented use: 1384.
“There were four of us then, not merely two, and in our quaternion the vintage sap flowed freely, flowed and bled and boiled as it may never again.”
John Hawkes; The Blood Oranges; New Directions; 1972.
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