range (v.) Old form(s): rainge , rang'd
wander freely, roam, rove
AYL I.iii.66[Duke Frederick to Celia, of Rosalind] Else had she with her father ranged along
E3 III.i.187[King John to all, of the English forces] And bid them battle ere they range too far
H8 II.iii.20[Anne to Old Lady] 'tis better to ... range with humble livers in content, / Than to be perked up in a glistering grief
Ham III.iii.2[Claudius to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, of Hamlet] nor stands it safe with us / To let his madness range
JC III.i.270[Antony alone, of Caesar's spirit] ranging for revenge
Sonn.109.5[] if I have ranged, / Like him that travels I return again
TN IV.iii.7[Sebastian alone, of Antonio] I found this credit / That he did range the town to seek me out
TS III.i.89[Hortensio alone, as if to Bianca] If once I find thee ranging, / Hortensio will be quit with thee by changing