appeach (v.) Old form(s): appeach'd
denounce, inform against, impeach
AW I.iii.186.1[Countess to Helena] your passions / Have to the full appeached [i.e. informed against you]
R2 V.ii.102[York to Duchess of York, of Aumerle] Were he twenty times my son / I would appeach him
R2 V.ii.79[York to all, of Aumerle] I will appeach the villain
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