carrion (n.) Old form(s): Carion
carcass, wretch, worthless beast
H5 IV.ii.37[Grandpr?š to all, of the English army] Yon island carrions ... / Ill-favouredly become the morning field
JC II.i.130[Brutus to all] Swear priests and cowards and men cautelous, / Old feeble carrions
MM II.ii.167[Angelo alone] I ... / Do as the carrion does, not as the flower
MV III.i.32[Solanio to Shylock] Out upon it, old carrion!
MW III.iii.181[Mistress Ford to Mistress Page, of Falstaff] Shall we send that foolish carrion Mistress Quickly to him
RJ III.v.156[Capulet to Juliet] Out, you green-sickness carrion!
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