aery (n.) Old form(s): ayerie , ayrie
brood [of a bird of prey], nestful
Ham II.ii.338[Rosencrantz to Hamlet, of the child players] an eyrie of children
KJ V.ii.149[Bastard to Lewis the Dauphin, of King John] like an eagle o'er his eyrie towers / To souse annoyance that comes near his nest
R3 I.iii.263[Richard to Dorset] Our aery buildeth in the cedar's top
R3 I.iii.269[Queen Margaret to Richard] Your aery buildeth in our aery's nest
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