wreak (n.) Old form(s): wreake , wreakes
revenge, vengeance, retribution
Cor IV.v.88[Coriolanus to Aufidius] if thou hast / A heart of wreak in thee
Tit IV.iii.34[Marcus to all] Take wreak on Rome for this ingratitude
Tit IV.iv.11[Saturninus to all, of Titus] Shall we be thus afflicted in his wreaks [i.e. acts of vengeance]
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