gratis (adv.)
for nothing, without payment
2H4 IV.iii.68[Falstaff to Colevile] thou ... gavest thyself away gratis
Cor III.i.114[Coriolanus to all] Whoever gave that counsel to give forth / The corn o'th' storehouse gratis
Cor III.i.125[Coriolanus to Brutus] This kind of service / Did not deserve corn gratis
Cor III.i.43[Brutus to Coriolanus, of the citizens] When corn was given them gratis, you repined
Ham II.ii.322[Hamlet to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern] the lover shall not sigh gratis
Luc.914[Lucrece as if to opportunity, of sin] He gratis comes, and thou art well appaid
MV I.iii.41[Shylock to himself, of Antonio] in low simplicity / He lends out money gratis [i.e. without interest]
MV III.iii.2[Shylock to Gaoler, of Antonio] This is the fool that lent out money gratis
MV IV.i.376[Gratiano to all, of Shylock's punishment] A halter gratis!
MW II.ii.16[Falstaff to Pistol] Thinkest thou I'll endanger my soul gratis?
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