Tewkesbury (n.)
[pron: 'tyooksbree] town in Gloucestershire, a mustard-making centre; battle site (1471)
2H4 II.iv.236[Falstaff to Doll, about Poins] His wit's as thick as Tewkesbury mustard
3H6 V.iii.19[Edward to Richard, of the Queen's army] they do hold their course toward Tewkesbury
R3 I.ii.241[Richard alone, of Edward] whom I, some three months since, / Stabbed in my angry mood at Tewkesbury
R3 I.iii.119[Queen Margaret to herself, of Richard] Thou kill'dst ... / Edward, my poor son, at Tewkesbury
R3 I.iv.56[Clarence to Keeper, of his dream of a shadow addressing him] Clarence, / That stabbed me in the field by Tewkesbury
R3 V.iii.121[Ghost of Prince Edward] thou stab'st me in my prime of youth / At Tewkesbury
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