breed (v.), past form bred Old form(s): Breedes
raise, bring up, support
AYL I.i.4[Orlando to Adam, of his father] charged my brother on his blessing to breed me well
Cym I.i.42[First Gentleman to Second Gentleman, of Cymbeline and Posthumus] he takes the babe / To his protection ... / Breeds him
Cym II.iii.113[Cloten to Innogen, of Posthumus] that base wretch, / One bred of alms, and fostered with cold dishes
KL IV.ii.73[Messenger to Albany, of Cornwall] A servant that he bred
Tim I.i.128[Old Athenian to Timon, of his daughter] I have bred her at my dearest cost
WT III.iii.47[Antigonus to baby Perdita, of the valuables] Which may, if fortune please, both breed thee ... / And still rest thine
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