harm (n.) 2
misfortune, affliction, trouble
3H6 V.iv.2 [Queen to all] wise men ... cheerly seek how to redress their harms
AYL III.ii.71 [Corin to Touchstone] [I am] content with my harm
CE I.i.65 [Egeon to Duke] A league ... had we sailed / Before the always wind-obeying deep / Gave any tragic instance of our harm
KJ III.i.39 [Salisbury to Constance] What other harm have I ... done, / But spoke the harm that is by others done?
R3 II.ii.103 [Richard to Queen Elizabeth] none can help our harms by wailing them