correct (v.)
punish, chastise, reprimand
2H6 I.iii.196[Horner to York, of Peter] I did correct him for his fault
KJ II.i.87[King John to King Philip, of France] we ... do correct / Their proud contempt
Per I.iii.22[Helicanus to Lords, of Pericles] To show his sorrow he'd correct himself
TC V.vi.3[Diomedes to Ajax, of Troilus] I would correct him
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