consider (v.) Old form(s): consider'd
reward, recompense, requite
Cym II.iii.26[Cloten to Musicians, of the music] if this penetrate, I will consider your music the better
WT IV.ii.17[Polixenes to Camillo] the very services thou hast done; which, if I have not enough considered ... to be more thankful to thee shall be my study
WT IV.iv.791[Autolycus to Clown and Shepherd, of Polixenes] Being something gently considered, I'll bring you to where he is aboard [i.e. being rather well bribed] [or: being regarded as something of a gentleman]
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