advantage (n.) Old form(s): aduantage , aduantages
benefit, gain, advancement, profit
1H4 I.i.27[King Henry to all, of Christ's feet] nailed / For our advantage on the bitter cross
2H6 III.i.25[Queen to King, of Gloucester] his advantage following your decease
KJ II.i.206[King John to Hubert, of the parle] For our advantage
KJ II.i.577[Bastard alone, of commodity] this advantage, this vile-drawing bias [i.e. seeking after gain]
MM III.i.246[disguised Duke to Isabella] refer yourself to this advantage
MV II.vii.19[Morocco to himself, of the writing on the lead casket] men that hazard all / Do it in hope of fair advantages
MW III.iii.103[Mistress Page to Mistress Ford, of Ford] a gentleman that he says is here now in the house ... to take an ill advantage of his absence
Sonn.67.3[of his friend] sin by him advantage should achieve
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