wholesome (adj.) Old form(s): wholsom , wholsome
sound, firm, in good condition
Ham I.v.70[Ghost to Hamlet, of the poison] it doth posset / And curd ... / The thin and wholesome blood
Ham III.ii.269[Third Player as Lucianus, addressing his drug] Thy natural magic and dire property / On wholesome life usurps immediately
Ham III.iv.66[Hamlet to Gertrude, of Claudius] like a mildewed ear, / Blasting his wholesome brother
Mac IV.iii.105[Macduff to Malcolm, of Scotland] When shalt thou see thy wholesome days again
MW V.v.59[Mistress Quickly as Queen of Fairies to all, of Windsor Castle] That it may stand till the perpetual doom / In state as wholesome as in state 'tis fit
Per IV.vi.22[Lysimachus to Boult] wholesome iniquity have you [with comma after 'iniquity': beneficial]

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