quit (v.)
acquit, absolve, clear
1H4 III.ii.19[Prince Hal to King Henry] I would I could / Quit all offences
2H4 II.iv.337[Falstaff to Hostess, of being damned] I think thou art quit for that [also: repaid]
AW V.iii.297[Diana to King, of Bertram] here I quit him
AYL III.i.11[Duke Frederick to Oliver] Till thou canst quit thee by thy brother's mouth / Of what we think against thee
Cym V.iv.167[First Gaoler to Posthumus, of the problems of drunkenness] of this contradiction you shall now be quit
H5 II.ii.166[King Henry to traitors] God quit you in His mercy!
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