appeal (n.) Old form(s): appeale
accusation, charge of treason
AC III.v.10[Eros to Enobarbus, of Caesar and Lepidus] upon his own appeal, seizes him
R2 I.i.4[King Richard to John of Gaunt] Here to make good the boisterous late appeal ... / Against the Duke of Norfolk
R2 IV.i.45[Percy to Aumerle, of Fitzwater] His honour is as true / In this appeal as thou art all unjust
R2 IV.i.79[Fitzwater to all] Aumerle is guilty of my true appeal
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