condition (n.)
quality, behaviour, attribute, habit
AW IV.iii.251[Parolles to First Soldier, of how people treat Dumaine when drunk] they know his conditions and lay him in straw
Cor II.iii.96[Coriolanus to Fourth Citizen] 'Tis a condition they account gentle
KJ III.i.341[King John to King Philip, of his wrath] A rage whose heat hath this condition, / That nothing can allay, nothing but blood
MA III.ii.61[Claudio to Don Pedro, of Benedick] his ill conditions
R2 II.iii.106[Bolingbroke to York] let me know my fault. / On what condition stands it, and wherein? [i.e. what personal quality is to blame?] [pun: 107, sense 3]
TG III.i.271[Launce alone, of his love] Here is the cate-log of her condition
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