list (n.) 3
boundary, limit, confines
1H4 IV.i.51 [Hotspur to all, of using all their forces at once] therein should we read ... / The very list, the very utmost bound / Of all our fortunes
AW II.i.51 [Parolles to Bertram] you have restrained yourself within the list of too cold an adieu
H5 V.ii.267 [King Henry to Katherine] you and I cannot be confined within the weak list of a country's fashion
Ham IV.v.101 [Messenger to Claudius] The ocean, overpeering of his list
MM I.i.6 [Duke to Escalus] your own science / Exceeds ... the lists of all advice / My strength can give you
Oth IV.i.75 [Iago to Othello] Confine yourself but in a patient list