appliance (n.) Old form(s): applyance
remedy, cure, treatment
AW II.i.113[Helena to King, of her medicine] I come to tender it and my appliance [also: service]
H8 I.i.124[Norfolk to Buckingham, of self-control] that's th'appliance only / Which your disease requires
Ham IV.iii.10[Claudius to his attendants] Diseases desperate grown / By desperate appliance are relieved
TNK IV.iii.98[Doctor to Wooer] I will between the passages of this project come in with my appliance
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