time (n.) 3
lifetime, life
1H4 III.ii.151 [Prince Hal to King Henry, of Hotspur] he shall render every glory up, ... even the slightest worship of his time
1H6 IV.vi.9 [John Talbot to his father] To my determined time thou gavest new date
3H6 I.iv.45 [York to Clifford] in thy thought o'errun my former time
AYL II.vii.143 [Jaques to all] one man in his time plays many parts
Cym III.iii.73 [Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus] in all / The fore-end of my time [i.e. my early years]
KL I.i.294 [Gonerill to Regan, of Lear] The best and soundest of his time hath been but rash
KL I.ii.47 [Gloucester reading Edgar's letter] makes the world bitter to the best of our times [i.e. while we are in our prime of life]
R2 I.i.177 [Mowbray to King Richard] The purest treasure mortal times afford / Is spotless reputation
RJ IV.i.60 [Juliet to Friar] out of thy long-experienced time, / Give me some present counsel