measure (n.) 2
limit, moderation, extent not to be exceeded
AC I.i.2 [Philo to Demetrius] this dotage of our general's / O'erflows the measure
MA I.iii.2 [Conrade to Don John] Why are you thus out of measure sad? [i.e. excessively sad]
MA I.iii.3 [Don John to Conrade] There is no measure in the occasion that breeds
MA II.i.63 [Beatrice to Hero, of Don Pedro] tell him there is measure in everything [also: slow dance]
R2 III.iv.8 [Queen Isabel to Second Lady, of dancing] my poor heart no measure keeps in grief [pun: 7]