crew (n.) Old form(s): Crewes
band, company, body of men
Luc.1731[of Lucrece's suicide] astonished with this deadly deed, / Stood Collatine and all his lordly crew
R3 IV.v.15[Urswick to Derby, of Richmond's supporters] Sir James Blunt, / And Rice ap Thomas, with a valiant crew
TG IV.i.74[Third Outlaw to Valentine] we'll bring thee to our crews
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