bark, barque (n.)
ship, vessel
2H6 III.ii.411 [Suffolk to Queen] Even as a splitted bark so sunder we
3H6 V.iv.28 [Queen to all, of Edward, George, and Richard] All these the enemies to our poor bark
CE I.i.117 [Egeon to Duke, of those who had saved him] Had not their bark been very slow of sail [F: backe]
CE III.ii.158 [Antipholus of Syracuse to Dromio of Syracuse] If any bark put forth, come to the mart
CE IV.i.100 [Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Ephesus] You sent me to the bay, sir, for a bark
CE IV.i.86 [Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Ephesus] there's a bark of Epidamnum / That stays but till her owner comes aboad
CE IV.iii.38 [Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse] the bark Expedition put forth tonight
E3 I.i.118 [King Edward to all] our fleeting bark is under sail
E3 III.i.90 [King John to Mariner] Return unto thy bark
Ham IV.iii.43 [Claudius to Hamlet] The bark is ready
JC V.i.67 [Cassius as if to the elements] blow wind, swell billow, and swim bark!
KL IV.vi.18 [disguised Edgar to Gloucester] yon tall anchoring bark
Mac I.iii.24 [First Witch to Witches, of a sailor] Though his bark cannot be lost, / Yet it shall be tempest-tossed
MV II.vi.15 [Gratiano to Salerio] The scarfed bark puts from her native bay
Oth II.i.181 [Othello to Desdemona] let the labouring bark climb hills of seas
Oth II.i.48 [Cassio to Montano, of Othello] His bark is stoutly timbered
Per V.Chorus.22 [Gower alone] Of heavy Pericles, think this his bark
R3 III.vii.161 [Richard to Buckingham, of himself] Being a bark to brook no mighty sea
R3 IV.iv.234 [Queen Elizabeth to King Richard, of herself] Like a poor bark of sails and tackling reft
RJ III.v.131 [Capulet to Juliet, of her tears] Thou counterfeitest a bark, a sea, a wind
RJ V.iii.118 [Romeo as if to the poison] Thou desperate pilot, now at once run on / The dashing rocks thy seasick weary bark!
Sonn 116.7 [of love] It is the star to every wand'ring bark
Sonn 80.7 [] My saucy bark ... / On your broad main doth wilfully appear
TC I.i.106 [Troilus alone, of Pandarus] Our doubtful hope, our convoy, and our bark
TC I.iii.40 [Nestor to Agamemnon, of a rough sea] behold / The strong-ribbed bark through liquid mountains cut
TC Prologue.12 [Prologue, of Tenedos] the deep-drawing barks do there disgorge / Their warlike fraughtage
Tem I.ii.144 [Prospero to Miranda, of Antonio's agents] In few, they hurried us aboard a bark
Tim IV.ii.19 [Third Servant to Flavius] Leaked is our bark
Tim V.i.48 [Timon to himself, of gold] 'Tis thou that riggest the bark and ploughest the foam
Tit I.i.74 [Titus to all] the bark that hath discharged his freight
WT III.iii.8 [Antigonus to Mariner] Look to thy bark
WT V.ii.65 [First Gentleman to Third Gentleman, of Antigonus] What became of his bark and his followers?

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