remove (n.) 1
change of residence, departure
AC I.ii.197 [Antony to Enobarbus] our pleasure ... requires / Our quick remove from hence
AW V.iii.131 [Gentleman to King, of Diana's letter] Who hath for four or five removes come short / To tender it herself [i.e. stages in the King's journey]
KL II.iv.4 [Gentleman to Lear, of Regan and Cornwall] The night before there was no purpose in them / Of this remove
MM I.i.43 [Duke to Angelo] In our remove be thou at full ourself

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