part (n.) 2
side, camp, party
1H6 I.i.94 [Second Messenger to nobles, of the Dauphin] Reignier, Duke of Anjou, doth take his part [i.e. support him]
1H6 III.i.81 [Mayor to all] The Bishop and the Duke of Gloucester's men ... banding themselves in contrary parts
2H6 V.ii.35 [Young Clifford as if to War] Throw in the frozen bosoms of our part / Hot coals of vengeance!
3H6 II.v.66 [Son to himself] My father ... / Came on the part of York
AW I.ii.15 [King to First Lord, of his gentlemen going into army service] freely have they leave / To stand on either part
Cor II.iii.36 [Third Citizen to all, of the vote] the greater part carries it [i.e. the majority]
Cym I.ii.96 [Innogen to Queen, of Cloten and Cymbeline] he takes his part / To draw upon an exile
Cym V.i.25 [Posthumus alone] I'll fight / Against the part I come with
E3 [King John to all] The twentieth part / Of those that live are men enow to quail / The feeble handful on the adverse part
H5 IV.vii.115 [King Henry to Heralds] Bring me just notice of the numbers dead / On both our parts
KJ II.i.359 [Bastard to King John and King Philip] let confusion of one part confirm / The other's peace
KJ III.i.293 [Cardinal Pandulph to King Philip, of breaking the treaty] Upon which better part our prayers come in
KJ [Bastard to Hubert, responding to 'What art thou?'] Of the part of England
RJ I.i.114 [Benvolio to Montague, of the fight] Came more on more, and fought on part and part [i.e. some on each side]
TC IV.v.156 [Hector to Aeneas] signify this loving interview / To the expecters of our Trojan part
TC V.viii.15 [Achilles to Myrmidons] Hark, a retreat upon our Grecian part