time (n.) 4
age, years
Cym I.i.43 [First Gentleman to Second Gentleman, of Posthumus] The king ... / Puts to him all the learnings that his time / Could make him the receiver of
LLL I.ii.17 [Mote to Armado, of calling him 'tough'] as an appertinent title to your old time
MV I.i.129 [Bassanio to Antonio] the great debts / Wherein my time ... / Hath left me gaged
TG II.vii.48 [Julia to Lucetta] To be fantastic may become a youth / Of greater time than I shall show to be
WT V.i.141 [Florizel to Leontes] infirmity, / Which waits upon worn times [i.e. old age]

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