repair (v.) 1
come, go, make one's way
3H6 IV.vii.15 [Edward to Richard, of York city] hither will our friends repair to us
AC I.iv.39 [Messenger to Caesar] to the ports / The discontents repair
Cor II.iii.148 [Coriolanus to Sicinius] I'll ... / Repair to th'Senate House
Cor II.iii.253 [Brutus to Plebeians] when you have drawn your number, / Repair to th'Capitol
Cor V.vi.3 [Aufidius to Attendants, of the lords] Bid them repair to th'market-place
E3 I.i.62 [Lorraine to King Edward] Repair to France within these forty days
Ham IV.vi.22 [Horatio reading Hamlet's letter to him] repair thou to me
JC I.iii.147 [Cassius to Cinna] Repair to Pompey's Porch
KJ II.i.554 [King John to messenger, of Constance] Some speedy messenger bid her repair / To our solemnity
LLL V.ii.292 [Boyet to ladies, of the King and his friends] when they repair, / Blow like sweet roses in this summer air
MA I.i.254 [Don Pedro to Benedick] repair to Leonato's
MND IV.i.66 [Oberon to Puck] May all to Athens back again repair
Oth III.ii.4 [Othello to Iago] I will be walking on the works: / Repair there to me
R2 II.i.216 [King Richard to Bushy, of the Earl of Wiltshire] Bid him repair to us to Ely House
R2 II.iii.35 [Percy to Northumberland] with directions to repair to Ravenspurgh
R3 I.ii.212 [Richard to Anne] repair to Crosby House
R3 I.iii.344 [Richard to Murderers] repair to Crosby Place
TC I.iii.82 [Ulysses to all] the hive / To whom the foragers shall all repair
TG IV.ii.45 [Musicians' song, of Silvia] Love doth to her eyes repair
Tim II.ii.28 [Timon to Caphis] I prithee but repair to me next morning
Tim III.iv.69 [Servilius to Servants] If I might beseech you, gentlemen, to repair some other hour
Tit V.ii.124 [Titus to Marcus, of Lucius] Bid him repair to me
Tit V.iii.2 [Lucius to Marcus, of Titus] 'tis my father's mind / That I repair to Rome
TNK IV.iii.89 [Doctor to Wooer, of the Gaoler's Daughter's companions] let them repair to her with Palamon in their mouths

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