amain (adv.) 1
in all haste, at full speed
2H6 III.i.282 [Post to all] from Ireland am I come amain
2H6 V.i.114 [Queen to attendant] Call hither Clifford; bid him come amain
3H6 II.i.181 [Warwick to all] To London will we march amain [not in F]
3H6 II.iii.56 [George to all] make we hence amain
3H6 II.v.128 [Queen to King] towards Berwick post amain
3H6 II.v.133 [Queen to King] Edward and Richard ... / Are at our backs; and therefore hence amain
3H6 IV.viii.4 [Warwick to all] Edward ... with his troops doth march amain to London
3H6 IV.viii.64 [Richard to all] march amain towards Coventry
CE I.i.93 [Egeon to Duke] Two ships from far, making amain to us
E3 III.i.78 [Mariner to King John, of the English fleet] They plough the ocean hitherward amain
E3 IV.v.121 [King John to Salisbury] to Calais spur amain
LLL V.ii.542 [King to Berowne, of the pageant] The ship is under sail, and here she comes amain
Tem IV.i.74 [Iris to Ceres, of Juno] Her peacocks fly amain
Tit IV.iv.65 [Aemilius to Saturninus, of the Goths] bent to the spoil, / They hither march amain
Ven 5 [of Adonis] Sick-thoughted Venus makes amain unto him