sojourn (v.) Old form(s): soiourn'd , Soiourne , sojourne
pause, reside, stay for a while
Cym I.v.22[Iachimo to all, of Posthumus] how comes it he is to sojourn with you?
KJ I.i.103[Robert Faulconbridge to King John, of King Richard] in the meantime sojourned at my father's
KL II.i.102[Regan to all, of Lear and his knights] if they come to sojourn at my house / I'll not be there
KL II.iv.198[Regan to Lear] You will return and sojourn with my sister
R3 III.i.62[Prince Edward to Richard, of himself and York] Where shall we sojourn till our coronation?
RJ III.iii.169[Friar to Romeo] Sojourn in Mantua
TG IV.i.19.2[Third Outlaw to Valentine, of Milan] Have you long sojourned there?
TNK I.iii.77[Emilia to Hippolyta, of her friend] a note / Whereon her spirits would sojourn
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