place (n.) 2
precedence, proper place
1H6 I.i.173 [Winchester alone] Each hath his place and function to attend [or: sense 1]
AW I.i.102 [Helena to herself, of Parolles' evils] [they] sit so fit in him / That they take place when virtue's steely bones / Looks bleak [unclear meaning]
AYL I.i.18 [Orlando to Adam, of Oliver] he ... bars me the place of a brother
H8 I.ii.10 [King Henry to kneeling Queen Katherine] Arise, and take place by us
JC III.i.65 [Caesar to all, of stars in the sky] there's but one in all doth hold his place
LLL III.i.66 [Armado alone] Most rude melancholy, valour gives thee place
Luc 1773 [of Collatine] bids Lucretius give his sorrow place
TC I.iii.86 [Ulysses to all] The heavens themselves, the planets, and this centre / Observe degree, priority, and place
Tim III.iii.15 [Sempronius to Servant, of Timon] I'm angry at him / That might have known my place
Tim [Timon to all] Make not a City feast of it, to let the meat cool ere we can agree upon the first place