breathe (v.) 1
speak, utter, talk
1H4 I.i.3 [King Henry to all] we ... breathe short-winded accents of new broils
Ham I.iii.130 [Polonius to Ophelia, of Hamlet's vows] Breathing like sanctified and pious bawds
Ham II.i.31 [Polonius to Reynaldo, of Laertes] But breathe his faults so quaintly / That they may seem the taints of liberty
Ham II.i.44 [Polonius to Reynaldo] The youth you breathe of
KJ IV.ii.36 [Salisbury to King John, of himself and Pembroke] before you were new crowned, / We breathed our counsel
MW IV.v.2 [Host to Simple] Speak, breathe, discuss
Oth IV.i.272 [Iago to Lodovico, of Othello] I may not breathe my censure / What he might be
R2 I.i.173 [Mowbray to King Richard, of Bolingbroke] no balm can cure but his heart-blood / Which breathed this poison
R2 III.iv.82 [Gardener to Queen Isabel] Little joy have I / To breathe this news
RJ I.i.110 [Benvolio to Montague, of Tybalt] he breathed defiance to my ears
RJ II.Chorus.10 [Chorus, of Romeo] he may not have access / To breathe such vows as lovers use to swear
Tim III.v.32 [First Senator to Alcibiades] He's truly valiant that can wisely suffer / The worst that man can breathe
Tim III.v.60 [Second Senator to Alcibiades] You breathe in vain
Tim V.iv.7 [Alcibiades to Senators, of himself and others] [we have] breathed / Our sufferance vainly

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