large, at 1
at length, in full, thoroughly
1H6 I.i.109 [Third Messenger to nobles] The circumstance I'll tell you more at large [i.e.at greater length]
1H6 I.iii.81 [Gloucester to Winchester] we shall meet and break our minds at large
1H6 II.v.59 [Richard to Mortimer, of the reason for Mortimer's imprisonment] Discover more at large what cause that was
1H6 V.i.42 [Gloucester to Armagnac ambassador] I have informed his highness so at large
2H4 IV.iv.101 [Harcourt to King Henry IV] The manner and true order of the fight / This packet ... contains at large
2H6 II.i.172 [Buckingham to King, of the conspiracy] more at large your grace shall understand
CE IV.iv.141 [Adriana to Officer] I long to know the truth hereof at large
CE V.i.396 [Abbess to Duke] hear at large discoursed all our fortunes
H5 I.i.78 [Canterbury to Ely, of King Henry] causes now in hand, / Which I have opened to his grace at large
MND V.i.150 [Quince to all] Let Lion, Moonshine, Wall, and lovers twain / At large discourse while here they do remain
MW IV.vi.18 [Fenton to Host] The image of the jest / I'll show you here at large
Per I.i.1 [Antiochus to Pericles] you have at large received / The danger of the task you undertake
Per V.i.59 [Lysimachus to Helicanus] Let me entreat to know at large the cause / Of your king's sorrow
R2 III.i.41 [York to Bolingbroke, of Queen Isabel] A gentleman of mine I have dispatched / With letters of your love to her at large
TG III.ii.61 [Duke to Proteus] Upon this warrant shall you have access / Where you with Silvia may confer at large

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