allowance (n.)
permission, approval, sanction
H8 III.ii.322[Surrey to Wolsey, of forming a league with Ferrara] Without the King's will or the state's allowance
KL I.iv.204[Gonerill to Lear, of his knights' behaviour] you protect this course and put it on / By your allowance
KL II.ii.104[disguised Kent to Cornwall] Under th'allowance of your great aspect
Oth I.i.128[Roderigo to Brabantio, of Desdemona's flight] If this be known to you, and your allowance
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