redress (n.) Old form(s): redresse
relief, assistance, help, comfort
1H6 IV.ii.25[General to Talbot] no way canst thou turn thee for redress
1H6 V.iii.18[Pucelle to spirits] No hope to have redress?
3H6 III.i.20[King to himself] not a man comes for redress of thee
KJ III.iv.23[Constance to King Philip] I defy all counsel, all redress
R2 II.iii.170[York to Bolingbroke] Things past redress are now with me past care
R2 III.ii.32[Bishop of Carlisle to King Richard] heaven's offer we refuse, / The proffered means of succour and redress
RJ IV.v.141[Peter to Third Musician] music with her silver sound / With speedy help doth lend redress
TNK II.ii.20[Arcite alone] I know mine own [Thebes] is but a heap of ruins, / And no redress there
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