time (n.) 2
times, present day, present state of affairs
AC III.vi.82 [Caesar to Octavia] Be you not troubled with the time
Ham I.v.188 [Hamlet to himself] The time is out of joint
Ham III.i.114 [Hamlet to Ophelia] This was sometime a paradox, but now the time gives it proof
JC II.i.115 [Brutus to Cassius] The sufferance of our souls, the time's abuse
KJ I.i.207 [Bastard alone] he is but a bastard to the time / That doth not smack of observation
Mac V.vi.104 [Malcolm to all] What's more to do, / Which would be planted newly with the time ... / We will perform
TS IV.iii.69 [Katherina to Petruchio, of a cap] This doth fit the time [i.e. suit the prevailing fashion]
TS IV.iii.95 [Tailor to Petruchio, of making a dress] According to the fashion and the time

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