price (n.)
value, worth, importance
Cym I.i.51 [First Gentleman to Second Gentleman, of Innogen and Posthumus] her own price / Proclaims how she esteemed him [i.e. as heir-apparent]
KL II.i.119 [Regan to Gloucester] Occasions ... of some price [F prize; Q poise, etc]
RJ IV.i.27 [Juliet to Paris, of loving him] If I do so, it will be of more price, / Being spoke behind your back
TC II.ii.83 [Troilus to Hector, of Helen] she is a pearl / Whose price hath launched above a thousand ships
TNK V.iv.52 [Pirithous to Palamon, of Arcite's black horse] which some will say / Weakens his price [i.e. because horses of a single dark colour were thought to be bad-tempered]

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