meed (n.) Old form(s): meedes
merit, worth, excellence
3H6 II.i.36[Edward to Richard, of York's sons] Each one already blazing by our meeds, / Should ... join our lights together
3H6 IV.viii.38[King to Exeter] My meed hath got me fame
Ham V.ii.141[Osrick to Hamlet, of Laertes] in his meed he's unfellowed
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