addition (n.)
title, name
AW II.iii.126[King to Bertram] great additions swell's and virtue none
Cor I.ix.65[Cominius to Martius, of Martius' new name] Bear th'addition nobly ever!
Ham I.iv.20[Hamlet to Horatio, of outsiders' views of the Danes] They clepe us drunkards and with swinish phrase / Soil our addition
Mac I.iii.105[Ross to Macbeth, of the King] He bade me from him call thee Thane of Cawdor / In which addition, hail, most worthy thane
MW II.ii.283[Ford alone, of the names of various devils] they are devils' additions, the names of fiends
Oth IV.i.104[Cassio to Iago, of the title of lieutenant] you give me the addition / Whose want even kills me
Oth IV.ii.162[Desdemona to Iago, of the name 'whore'] To do the act that might the addition earn / Not the world's mass of vanity could make me
TC II.iii.244[Ulysses to Ajax] for thy vigour, / Bull-bearing Milo his addition yield / To sinewy Ajax
TC III.ii.92[Troilus to Cressida] We will not name desert before his birth, and, being born, his addition shall be humble
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