purposed (adj.) Old form(s): purposd , purpos'd
proposed, intended, contemplated
KL II.ii.140[Gloucester to Cornwall, of disguised Kent's punishment] Your purposed low correction
LC.118[of the man's trappings] their purposed trim / Pieced not his grace but were all graced by him
LLL V.ii.91[Boyet to Princess, of the approach of the King's party] to interrupt my purposed rest
Oth III.iv.113[Cassio to Desdemona] nor my service past, nor present sorrow, / Nor purposed merit in futurity
Sonn.90.8[] Give not a windy night a rainy morrow, / To linger out a purposed overthrow
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