break (v.) Old form(s): breake
escape, break free, get away
Luc.1270[Lucrece to Maid] on what occasion break / Those tears from thee
R2 II.i.281[Northumberland to Ross and Willoughby] The son of Richard Earl of Arundel / That late broke from the Duke of Exeter
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