galled (adj.) Old form(s): gall'd , gauled
sore, swollen, inflamed
AYL II.vii.50[Jaques to Duke Senior] they that are most galled with my folly
Ham I.ii.155[Hamlet alone, of his mother] the flushing in her galled eyes
Ham III.ii.252[Hamlet to Claudius] Let the galled jade wince
R3 IV.iv.52[Queen Margaret to all, of Richard] That reigns in galled eyes of weeping souls
TC V.x.55[Pandarus alone] Some galled goose of Winchester would hiss
TNK III.v.128[Schoolmaster to Theseus, of the host and hostess] that welcomes to their cost / The galled traveller [i.e. travel-sore]
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