favour (n.) Old form(s): fauors , fauour
gesture or token of regard, bow, curtsy
R2 IV.i.168[Richard to all, of them as former subjects] I well remember / The favours of these men [or: sense 1]
TNK III.v.30[Schoolmaster to dancers, of their dancing] now and then a favour and a frisk
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