commodity (n.) Old form(s): commoditie
asset, advantage, benefit
2H4 I.ii.251[Falstaff alone] I will turn diseases to commodity
KL IV.i.21[Gloucester to Old Man] Our means secure us, and our mere defects / Prove our commodities
MV III.iii.27[Antonio to Solanio] the commodity that strangers have / With us in Venice [i.e. from doing business with us]
WT III.ii.92[Hermione to Leontes] To me can life be no commodity
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