answer (v.) 4
suffer the consequences [for], be accountable [for]
1H4 IV.ii.8 [Falstaff to Bardolph] I'll answer the coinage
2H4 V.i.22 [Shallow to Davy, of William's loss at the fair] 'A shall answer it
AC V.ii.178 [Cleopatra to Caesar] when we fall, / We answer others' merits in our name
Cor III.i.162 [Sicinius to Brutus, of Coriolanus] 'Has spoken like a traitor and shall answer / As traitors do
H5 IV.i.151 [disguised King Henry to Williams] The King is not bound to answer the particular endings of his soldiers
H5 IV.i.182 [Williams to disguised King Henry] every man that dies ill, the ill upon his own head - the King is not to answer it
JC III.ii.81 [Antony to all, of Caesar being ambitious] grievously hath Caesar answered it
KL I.i.151 [Kent to Lear] Answer my life my judgement [i.e. I stake my life on my judgement]
KL I.iii.11 [Gonerill to Oswald, of serving Lear negligently] the fault of it I'll answer
KL II.ii.145 [Cornwall to Gloucester, of Lear's reaction to disguised Kent's punishment] I'll answer that
MM IV.ii.123 [Provost to disguised Duke, reading Angelo's letter] fail not to do your office, as you will answer it at your peril
R3 IV.ii.92 [King Richard to Derby, of Derby's wife] if she convey / Letters to Richmond, you shall answer it
Tim V.i.177 [Timon to First Senator, of Alcibiades' army] For their knives care not, / While you have throats to answer
Tit I.i.415 [Bassianus to Saturninus] what I have done, as best I may / Answer I must
Tit II.iii.298 [Titus to Saturninus, of Martius and Quintus] They shall be ready at your highness' will / To answer their suspicion with their lives
TN III.iv.324 [Antonio to Viola as Cesario] there's no remedy, I shall answer it

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