pack (v.) Old form(s): packe
take [oneself] off, be off, depart
1H6 IV.i.46[King to Falstaff] Be packing therefore
2H6 III.ii.111[Queen to King] I lost fair England's view, / And bid mine eyes be packing with my heart
CE III.ii.161[Antipholus of Syracuse to Dromio of Syracuse] 'Tis time, I think., to trudge, pack, and be gone
E3 IV.v.109[King John to Salisbury] Then to Calais pack
H8 I.iii.33[Lovell to Lord Chamberlain, of French-influenced Englishmen] They must ... understand again like honest men, / Or pack to their old playfellows
KL II.iv.76[Fool to Lear] That sir which serves and seeks for gain ... / Will pack when it begins to rain
MV II.ii.9[Launcelot alone] the most courageous fiend bids me pack
MW I.iii.77[Falstaff to Nym and Pistol] seek shelter, pack!
PP.14.29[] Pack night, peep day
Tim V.i.110[Timon to Poet and Painter] Hence, pack!
TS II.i.177[Petruchio alone, of wooing Katherina] If she do bid me pack, I'll give her thanks
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