parcel (n.) 1
part, piece, portion, bit
1H4 II.iv.100 [Prince Hal to Poins, of Francis] his eloquence [is] the parcel of a reckoning [i.e. set of items]
1H4 III.ii.159 [Prince Hal to King Henry] I will die a hundred thousand deaths / Ere break the smallest parcel of this vow
3H6 V.vi.38 [King to Richard] many a thousand, / Which now mistrust no parcel of my fear ... / Shall rue the hour that ever thou wast born
AC III.xiii.32 [Enobarbus to himself] I see men's judgements are / A parcel of their fortunes
AW IV.iii.89 [Bertram to all, of his preparations] between these main parcels of dispatch
AYL III.v.125 [Phebe to Silvius, of Rosalind as Ganymede] There be some women, Silvius, had they marked him / In parcels, as I did [i.e. going over him feature by feature]
CE V.i.106 [Abbess to Adriana] It is a branch and parcel of mine oath
Cor I.ii.32 [Aufidius to all, of the Romans] Some parcels of their power are forth already
Cor IV.v.223 [Third Servingman to First Servingman] a parcel of their feast
H8 III.ii.125 [King Henry to Norfolk, of what he found in Wolsey's papers] an inventory, thus importing / The several parcels of his plate
LC 231 [the woman, of her treasures] to your audit comes / Their distract parcels
LC 87 [of the man's hair] every light occasion of the wind / Upon his lips their silken parcels hurls
MW I.i.213 [Evans to Slender] divers philosophers hold that the lips is parcel of the mouth
Oth I.iii.153 [Othello to all, of Desdemona] I would all my pilgrimage dilate / Whereof by parcels she had something heard
Tit II.iii.49 [Aaron to Tamora, of Bassianus and Lavinia] Here comes a parcel of our hopeful booty
TNK V.i.24 [Palamon to Arcite] I would [destroy an offending body part], / Though parcel of myself
WT IV.iv.256 [Autolycus to Clown] I have about me many parcels of charge

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