hale (v.) 1
drag, pull, haul
1H6 I.i.149 [Bedford to all] I'll hale the Dauphin headlong from his throne
1H6 II.v.3 [Mortimer to Gaolers, of himself] like a man new haled from the rack
1H6 V.iv.64 [Pucelle to all] ye hale me to a violent death
2H4 V.v.35 [Pistol to Falstaff] Thy Doll ... / Is in base durance and contagious prison, / Haled thither / By most mechanical and dirty hand
2H6 IV.i.133 [Lieutenant to soldiers, of Suffolk] Hale him away
2H6 IV.viii.55 [Cade to himself, of the rebels] The name of Henry the Fifth hales them to an hundred mischiefs
AC II.v.65 [stage direction, of Cleopatra and the Messenger] She hales him up and down
Cor V.iv.36 [Messenger to Sicinius, of Brutus] The plebeians have got your fellow Tribune / And hale him up and down
MA II.iii.57 [Benedick to himself] Is it not strange that sheep's guts should hale souls out of men's bodies?
Oth IV.i.139 [Cassio to Iago, of Bianca] so hales and pulls me [Q; F shakes]
Per IV.i.55 [Marina to Leonine, of Pericles] galling / His kingly hands haling ropes
TC IV.v.6 [Agamemnon to Ajax, of a trumpet call to Hector] that the appalled air / May pierce the head of the great combatant, / And hale him hither
Tit V.ii.51 [Titus to disguised Tamora, of horses] To hale thy vengeful waggon swift away
Tit V.iii.142 [Marcus to Attendants, of Aaron] hither hale that misbelieving Moor
TN III.ii.58 [Sir Toby to Fabian, of Sir Andrew and Viola] I think oxen and wain-ropes cannot hale them together
WT III.ii.100 [Hermione to Leontes, of the baby] My third comfort [is] ... / Haled out to murder