traffic (n.) Old form(s): Traffick, Trafficke , Trafficke , traffike , Traffiques
trade, commerce, business, merchandise
CE I.i.15[Duke to Egeon, of the decree] To admit no traffic to our adverse towns
Sonn.4.9[] For having traffic with thyself alone
Tem II.i.151[Gonzalo to Alonso, of the imaginary commonwealth] no kind of traffic / Would I admit
Tim I.i.241[Apemantus to Merchant] Traffic confound thee, if the gods will not!
TN III.iii.35[Antonio to Sebastian] repaying / What we took from them, which, for traffic's sake, / Most of our city did
TS I.i.12[Lucentio to Tranio, of his father] A merchant of great traffic through the world
WT IV.iii.23[Autolycus alone] My traffic is sheets

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