cry (n.) Old form(s): crie
[of hounds] noise, call, yelp
Tit II.ii.11[stage direction] Here a cry of hounds
TNK II.ii.54[Second Countryman to the others, of the Schoolmaster] Bring him to th'plains, his learning makes no cry [i.e. goes unheard]
Ven.870[of Venus, and Adonis' hounds] all in haste she coasteth to the cry
Ven.885[] the cry remaineth in one place
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