respect (n.) 2
attention, heed, deliberation
1H4 IV.iii.31 [Blunt to Hotspur] I come with gracious offers from the King / If you vouchsafe me hearing and respect
H8 V.iii.119 [Gardiner to and of King Henry] out of dear respect, / His royal self in judgement comes to hear / The cause
KJ IV.ii.214 [King John to Hubert, of taking a hint as a command] when perchance it frowns / More upon humour than advised respect
LLL V.ii.777 [Princess to King, of not treating the lords' approaches seriously] more devout than this in our respects / Have we not been
Luc 275 [Tarquin to himself] Respect and reason wait on wrinkled age!
MM II.ii.86 [Isabella to Angelo] Shall we serve heaven / With less respect than we do minister / To our gross selves?
MV I.i.74 [Gratiano to Antonio] You have too much respect upon the world
TC II.ii.49 [Troilus to Helenus] reason and respect / Make livers pale and lustihood deject
Tim IV.iii.259 [Timon to Apemantus] and never learned / The icy precepts of respect [also: moral reflection]