concern (v.) Old form(s): concernes
be of importance, be of concern
1H6 V.iii.116[Margaret to Suffolk, of the King] what concerns his freedom unto me?
LLL IV.ii.140[Holofernes to Jaquenetta] deliver this paper into the royal hand of the King; it may concern much
TG I.ii.77[Lucetta to Julia, of the letter] it will not lie where it concerns, / Unless it have a false interpreter [pun: 76]
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