tarry (v.) 1
stay, remain, linger
1H4 I.ii.131 [Poins to Prince Hal and Falstaff] tarry at home and be hanged. [Falstaff] ... if I tarry at home and go not, I'll hang you for going
1H4 I.ii.143 [Prince Hal to Falstaff and Poins] I'll tarry at home
AYL III.ii.283 [Jaques to Orlando] I'll tarry no longer with you
CE IV.iii.39 [Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse] were you hindered by the sergeant to tarry for the hoy
H5 IV.vi.15 [Exeter to King Henry, of York] He cries aloud, 'Tarry, my cousin Suffolk!'
H8 II.iv.131 [Queen Katherine to Griffith, of her being called back] I will not tarry
JC V.v.30 [Clitus to Brutus] fly, my lord, there is no tarrying here
KL I.iv.90 [disguised Kent to Oswald] If you will measure your lubber's length again, tarry
Mac V.v.48 [Macbeth to all, of the Messenger's report] If this which he avouches does appear, / There is nor flying hence nor tarrying here
MND II.i.63 [Oberon to Titania] Tarry, rash wanton!
MND V.i.147 [Quince to all] Thisbe, tarrying in mulberry shade
MV III.ii.1 [Portia to Bassanio] I pray you tarry
MV IV.i.302 [Portia as Balthasar to Shylock] Tarry a little, there is something else
MV IV.i.343 [Portia as Balthasar to Shylock] Tarry, Jew!
MV IV.ii.18 [Portia aside to Nerissa] Thou know'st where I will tarry
RJ IV.v.144 [Second Musician to First Musician] we'll in here, tarry for the mourners, and stay dinner
TC IV.ii.15 [Cressida to Troilus] Prithee, tarry - / You men will never tarry
TC V.i.74 [Achilles to all] Good night and welcome both at once to those / That go or tarry
TG II.iii.34 [Panthino to Launce] you'll lose the tide, if you tarry any longer
TG III.i.186 [Valentine alone] Tarry I here, I but attend on death
Tit V.ii.141 [Tamora aside to Chiron and Demetrius, of Titus] tarry with him till I turn again
TN IV.i.18 [Sebastian to Feste] if you tarry longer, I shall give worse payment
TS I.ii.115 [Hortensio to Petruchio] Tarry, Petruchio, I must go with thee
TS II.i.235 [Katherina to Petruchio] I chafe you, if I tarry
TS Induction.ii.124 [Sly to Page dressed as his wife, of her excuse] it stands so that I may hardly tarry so long
WT III.iii.75 [Shepherd to himself] I'll tarry till my son come

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