aspect (n.)
gaze, look
1H4 III.ii.82[King Henry to Prince Hal, of the people's reaction to Richard II] [they] rendered such aspect / As cloudy men use to their adversaries
AC I.v.33[Cleopatra to Charmian, of being admired by Gnaeus Pompey] There would he anchor his aspect
H5 III.i.9[King Henry to all] lend the eye a terrible aspect
H8 III.ii.369[Wolsey alone, of royal approval] That sweet aspect of princes
Luc.14[of Lucrece's eyes] With pure aspects did him [Collatine] peculiar duties
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