solicit (v.) Old form(s): solicites , sollicite
court, chase after, pursue
AW III.v.15[Widow to Diana] you have been solicited by a gentleman
AW III.v.68[Helena to Widow, of Diana] Maybe the amorous Count solicits her / In the unlawful purpose?
Cor II.iii.199[Brutus to Citizens, of Coriolanus] He did solicit you in free contempt
E3 II.ii.183[Countess to King Edward] never henceforth to solicit me
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