cry (v.) Old form(s): Cride, cry'de
speak loudly, shout out, proclaim
AW II.i.17[King to Lords] fame may cry you loud
H8 I.i.27[Norfolk to Buckingham, of the French] Now this masque / Was cried incomparable
Ham II.ii.437[Hamlet to First Player] whose judgements in such matters cried in the top of mine
KL V.i.48[disguised Edgar to Albany] let but the herald cry
MW II.iii.81[Host to Caius] Cried game? [unclear meaning]
R2 III.ii.102[King Richard to Scroop] Cry woe, destruction, ruin, and decay
Tim II.i.20[Senator to Caphis, of Timon] tell him / My uses cry to me
WT I.ii.411.1[Camillo to Polixenes] mark my counsel ... or both yourself and me / Cry lost, and so good night
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