seat (n.) 1
3H6 [Edward to Warwick] in thy shoulder do I build my seat
3H6 III.iii.206 [Warwick to Queen, of Edward] I'll ... force the tyrant from his seat by war
3H6 III.iii.28 [Queen to Lewis, of Edward] Usurps the regal title and the seat / Of England's true-anointed lawful King
3H6 V.vii.13 [Edward to all, of his path to the throne] Thus have we swept suspicion from our seat
Cor I.i.134 [Menenius to Citizens, as the belly addressing the other body parts about the food it receives] I send it ... to th'seat o'th' brain
H5 I.i.88 [Canterbury to Ely, of King Henry] his true titles to ... the crown and seat of France
H5 I.ii.270 [King Henry to Ambassador] We never valued this poor seat of England
R2 II.i.41 [John of Gaunt to York, of England] this seat of Mars [or: home, residence]
R2 III.ii.119 [Scroop to King Richard] distaff-women manage rusty bills / Against thy seat
R3 III.vii.168 [Richard to Buckingham, of the young prince] Which, mellowed by the stealing hours of time, / Will well become the seat of majesty
TC I.iii.31 [Nestor to Agamemnon] With due observance of thy godlike seat