enlarge (v.) Old form(s): Inlarge , inlarged
release, set at large, discharge
E3 III.iii.8[King Edward to Gobin] We here enlarge and give thee liberty
H5 II.ii.40[King Henry to Exeter] Enlarge the man committed yesterday / That railed against our person
JC IV.ii.46[Brutus to Cassius] enlarge your griefs [i.e. pour forth your grievances]
MW II.ii.215[Ford as Brook to Falstaff, of Mistress Ford] she enlargeth her mirth so far that there is shrewd construction made of her
Sonn.70.12[] this thy praise cannot be so thy praise, / To tie up envy, evermore enlarged
TN V.i.275[Olivia to Viola, of Malvolio and the Captain] He shall enlarge him
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