favour (n.) Old form(s): Fauors, fauour
appearance, look, aspect
JC I.iii.129[Cassius to Casca] the complexion of the element / In favour's like the work we have in hand [i.e. the assassination of Caesar]
KJ V.iv.50[Salisbury to Melun, of returning his allegiance to King John] I do love the favour and the form / Of this most fair occasion
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