parle, parley (n.) 1
negotiation, meeting [between enemies under a truce, to discuss terms]
1H4 IV.iii.30 [stage direction] The trumpet sounds a parley
1H6 III.iii.35 [Pucelle to all, of Burgundy] Summon a parley; we will talk with him
1H6 III.iii.37 [Burgundy to all] Who craves a parley with the Burgundy?
1H6 III.iii.37 [Burgundy to all] Who craves a parley with the Burgundy?
1H6 V.iii.130 [Suffolk to Margaret, of Reignier] We'll crave a parley to confer with him
2H4 IV.i.157 [Mowbray to Westmorland] by my will we shall admit no parley
2H6 IV.viii.3 [Cade to all] Dare any be so bold to sound retreat or parley, when I command them kill?
3H6 V.i.16 [Edward to trumpeter] Go, trumpet, to the walls and sound a parle
3H6 V.i.16 [Edward to trumpeter] Go, trumpet, to the walls and sound a parle
Cor I.iv.13 [stage direction] They sound a parley
H5 III.ii.131 [Gower to all] The town sounds a parley
H5 III.iii.2 [King Henry to all] This is the latest parle we will admit
Ham I.i.62 [Horatio to Marcellus] in an angry parle
JC V.i.21 [Brutus to his companions, of the army] They stand, and would have parley
KJ II.i.205 [King Philip to Hubert] Our trumpet called you to this gentle parle
KJ II.i.226 [King John to Hubert] the French, amazed, vouchsafe a parle
KJ V.i.68 [Bastard to King John] Shall we ... make compromise, / Insinuation, parley, and base truce / To arms invasive?
Luc 471 [of Tarquin] First like a trumpet doth his tongue begin / To sound a parley to his heartless foe
Mac II.iii.78 [Lady Macbeth to all] What's the business, / That such a hideous trumpet calls to parley / The sleepers of the house?
Oth II.iii.21 [Iago to Cassio, of Desdemona] What an eye she has! Methinks it sounds a parley to provocation
R2 I.i.192 [Bolingbroke to Richard] Ere my tongue / Shall ... sound so base a parle
R2 III.iii.33 [Bolingbroke to Northumberland] Go to the rude ribs of that ancient castle, / Through brazen trumpet send the breath of parley / Into his ruined ears
R2 III.iii.62 [stage direction] The trumpets sound parley without
Tit IV.iv.101 [Tamora to Aemilius] Say that the Emperor requests a parley / Of warlike Lucius
Tit V.i.159 [Aemilius to Lucius, of Saturninus] He craves a parley at your father's house
Tit V.iii.19 [Marcus to Saturninus and Lucius] Rome's emperor and nephew, break the parle
TNK III.iii.10 [Arcite to Palamon] No more of these vain parleys
TS I.i.114 [Hortensio to Gremio] the nature of our quarrel yet never brooked parle
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