From the second edition (1989):
†reˈpine, n.
[f. the vb.]

The (or an) act of repining; discontent, grudge.

1592 Shakes. Ven. & Ad. 490 Were neuer foure such lamps, together mixt, Had not his clouded with his browes repine. 1600 Holland Livy 96 Not‥iterating still his praises for feare of heaping more matter of envie and repine. 1615 A. Stafford Heav. Dogge 64 What I must, that I will do, without so much as a repine or a struggle.