trade (n.)
traffic, passage, coming and going
2H4 I.i.174[Morton to Northumberland, of Percy] You were advised ... that his forward spirit / Would lift him where most trade of danger ranged
H8 V.i.36[Lovell to Gardiner] Cromwell ... / Stands in the gap and trade of more preferments
R2 III.iii.156[King Richard to Aumerle] the King's highway, / Some way of common trade
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