attend (v.) Old form(s): attendeth
regard, consider
1H4 I.iii.208[Worcester to Northumberland, of Hotspur] He apprehends a world of figures here, / But not the form of what he should attend
AC II.ii.64[Antony to Caesar] I ... / Could not with graceful eyes attend those wars / Which fronted mine own peace
Luc.1674[of Collatine and Lucrece] Which speechless woe of his poor she attendeth
Luc.818[Lucrece to herself] Feast-finding minstrels tuning my defame / Will tie the hearers to attend each line
Oth I.i.51[Iago to Roderigo] Others there are / Who, trimmed in forms and visages of duty, / Keep yet their hearts attending on themselves
Per epilogue.V.iii.17[Gower alone] on your patience evermore attending
RJ III.i.196[Prince to his men, of Tybalt] Bear hence this body, and attend our will
TN I.iv.27[Orsino to Viola as Cesario, of his message to Olivia] She will attend it better in thy youth
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