block (n.) Old form(s): blocke
blockhead
Cor V.ii.75[Menenius to Coriolanus, of the First Watch] who, like a block, hath denied my access to thee [also: obstruction]
Per III.ii.89[Cerimon to Servant] How thou stirrest, thou block!
TG II.v.23[Launce to Speed] What a block art thou
WT I.ii.225[Leontes to Camillo] thy conceit is soaking, will draw in / More than the common blocks
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