deliver (v.) Old form(s): deliuer , deliuer'd , deliuering
free, release, liberate
2H4 V.v.39[Falstaff to Pistol, of Doll] I will deliver her
AW I.i.1[Countess to all] In delivering my son from me, I bury a second husband [also: sense 6]
KJ III.iv.55[Constance to Cardinal Pandulph] My reasonable part produces reason / How I may be delivered of these woes
MM IV.iv.11[Escalus to Angelo] to deliver us from devices hereafter
MV III.iii.22[Antonio to Solanio, of Shylock] I oft delivered from his forfeitures / Many that have at times made moan to me
R3 I.i.115[Richard to Clarence] I will deliver you, or else lie for you
TN IV.ii.67[Sir Toby to Feste, of Malvolio] If he may be conveniently delivered, I would he were
TN V.i.312[Olivia to Fabian, of Malvolio] See him delivered
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