draw (v.) Old form(s): drawne
draw up, draft, frame
1H4 III.i.135[Hotspur to all] Are the indentures drawn?
1H4 III.i.217[Mortimer to Glendower, of Lady Mortimer] I'll sit and hear her sing, / By that time will our book I think be drawn
1H4 III.i.254[Hotspur to Lady Percy] An the indentures be drawn I'll away within these two hours
1H4 III.i.258[Glendower to Mortimer] By this our book is drawn [i.e. by this time]
1H4 III.i.76[Mortimer to all] our indentures tripartite are drawn
1H6 V.i.38[King to the ambassadors] are we certainly resolved / To draw conditions of a friendly peace
MND I.ii.97[Quince to all] I will draw a bill of properties
MV IV.i.391.2[Portia as Balthasar to disguised Nerissa] Clerk, draw a deed of gift
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