presence (n.) 1
royal assembly, eminent company
1H6 I.i.21 [Exeter to all] And death's dishonourable victory / We with our stately presence glorify
2H6 II.iii.97 [Peter to himself] have I overcome mine enemies in this presence?
AC II.ii.114 [Antony to Enobarbus] You wrong this presence
H8 IV.ii.37 [Katherine to Griffith, of Wolsey] I'th' presence / He would say untruths
Ham V.ii.222 [Hamlet to Laertes] This presence knows
KJ II.i.196 [King Philip to Constance] It ill beseems this presence to cry aim / To these ill-tuned repetitions
R3 I.iii.54 [Grey to Richard] To whom in all this presence speaks your grace?
R3 II.i.59 [Richard to all] If I ... / Have aught committed that is hardly borne / By any in this presence
R3 II.i.86 [Dorset to Buckingham] no man in the presence / But his red colour hath forsook his cheeks
R3 III.iv.64 [Hastings to Richard] The tender love I bear your grace ... / Makes me most forward in this princely presence

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