mark (n.) Old form(s): marke
notable sight, object of serious attention
MM V.i.320[disguised Duke to Escalus] the strong statutes / Stand like the forfeits in a barber's shop, / As much in mock as mark
TNK I.iv.20[Theseus to all, of Palamon and Arcite] they were a mark / Worth a god's view
WT IV.iv.8[Perdita to Florizel] your high self, / The gracious mark o'th' land
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