suffer (v.) 1
allow, permit, let
1H4 IV.iii.93 [Hotspur to Blunt, of King Henry] suffered his kinsman March ... to be engaged in Wales
1H6 I.v.9 [Talbot as if to the heavens, of Pucelle] can you suffer hell so to prevail?
1H6 III.i.97 [Third Servingman to Gloucester, of the King] ere that we will suffer such a prince ... / To be disgraced
1H6 V.iv.127 [Winchester to the French] And suffer you to breathe in fruitful peace
2H4 II.iii.57 [Lady Percy to Northumberland, of Percy being left to fight alone] He was so suffered
2H4 II.iv.339 [Falstaff to Hostess] there is another indictment upon thee, for suffering flesh to be eaten in thy house
3H6 I.i.59 [Westmorland to all, of York sitting on the King's throne] Shall we suffer this?
CE V.i.157 [Adriana to Duke, of Antipholus of Ephesus] the Abbess ... will not suffer us to fetch him out
Cym I.ii.101 [Pisanio to Innogen, of Posthumus] he would not suffer me / To bring him to the haven
Cym IV.ii.143 [Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus, of Cloten and the court] is't not probable / To come alone, either he so undertaking, / Or they so suffering
Cym V.iv.63 [Sicilius, to music, as if to the gods, of Posthumus] Why did you suffer Iachimo ... / To taint his nobler heart
KJ II.i.559 [King John to King Philip, of the marriage] Go we as well as haste will suffer us / To this unlooked-for, unprepared pomp
KL IV.ii.44 [Albany to Gonerill, of Lear's treatment] Could my good brother suffer you to do it?
MV V.i.213 [Bassanio to Portia, of denying Portia as Balthasar her ring] And suffered him to go displeased away
R2 I.ii.30 [Duchess of Gloucester to John of Gaunt] In suffering thus thy brother to be slaughtered
R2 III.iv.48 [Gardener to First Man, of King Richard] He that hath suffered this disordered spring
R3 IV.i.16 [Brakenbury to Queen Elizabeth, of the Princes] By your patience, / I may not suffer you to visit them
RJ II.iv.152 [Nurse to Peter] And thou must stand by too, and suffer every knave to use me at his pleasure!
Sonn 42.8 [] for my sake even so doth she abuse me, / Suff'ring my friend for my sake to approve her
TC II.iii.184 [Ulysses to Agamemnon, of Achilles] the proud lord, / That ... never suffers matter of the world / Enter his thoughts
TC IV.ii.30 [Cressida to Pandarus] you'll ne'er be good, / Nor suffer others
Tem III.i.62 [Ferdinand to Miranda] to suffer / The flesh-fly blow my mouth
TG I.iii.5 [Panthino to Antonio, of Proteus] your lordship / Would suffer him to spend his youth at home
Tit I.i.90 [Titus to all, of himself] Why suffer'st thou thy sons unburied yet / To hover on the dreadful shore of Styx?
Tit II.i.124 [Aaron to Demetrius and Chiron, of Tamora's advice] That will not suffer you to square yourselves
Tit IV.iv.83 [Tamora to Saturninus] The eagle suffers little birds to sing
TNK I.i.55 [Theseus to First Queen] I ... suffered / Your knees to wrong themselves
Ven 388 [Venus to Adonis] Affection is a coal that must be cooled; / Else, suffered, it will set the heart on fire [i.e. left to burn]

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