deliverance (n.) Old form(s): deliuerance
delivery, utterance, reporting
3H6 II.i.97[Richard to Warwick, of York's death] if we should recompt / Our baleful news, and at each word's deliverance / Stab poniards in our flesh till all were told
AW II.i.82[Lafew to King] If seriously I may convey my thoughts / In this my light deliverance
AW II.v.3[Lafew to Bertram, of Parolles being an experienced soldier] You have it from his own deliverance
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