durance (n.)
confinement, imprisonment, incarceration
2H4 V.v.34[Pistol to Falstaff] Thy Doll ... / Is in base durance and contagious prison
LLL III.i.126[Armado to Costard] I give thee thy liberty, set thee from durance
MM III.i.70.1[Claudio to Isabella, of an alternative to death] Perpetual durance?
TN V.i.273[Viola to Orsino, of the Captain] He, upon some action, / Is now in durance at Malvolio's suit
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