amazement (n.)
alarm, apprehension, fear
Per I.ii.26[Pericles alone] Amazement shall drive courage from the state
TC II.ii.211[Hector to all] I have a roisting challenge sent amongst ... the Greeks / Will strike amazement to their drowsy spirits
TC V.iii.85[Cassandra to Hector] Behold distraction, frenzy, and amazement / Like witless antics one another meet
Tem I.ii.14[Prospero to Miranda] Be collected. / No more amazement
Tem I.ii.198[Ariel to Prospero] in every cabin / I flamed amazement [or: sense 3]
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