charge (v.) Old form(s): charg'd
attack, assail, storm
AC IV.xi.1[Caesar to all] But being charged, we will be still by land [i.e. unless attacked]
LLL V.ii.88[Princess to Boyet] What are they / That charge their breath against us?
MA V.i.134[Benedick to Claudio] I shall meet your wit in the career, an you charge it against me
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