Not a whit, we defy augury:

This is pretty much the same as Romeo’s line about defying you stars. It is a rejection of fate, of a pre-written future. And augury, apparently, comes from divination from the flight of birds. So – once the future might have been determined by which way a flock might have taken to the sky.

I defy you stars.

I defy you birds.

I defy you winds.

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