note (n.)
reputation, distinction, standing
AW I.iii.152[Helena to Countess] No note upon my parents
AW I.iii.222[Helena to Countess, of her father's prescriptions] notes whose faculties inclusive were / More than they were in note [second instance] [i.e. prescriptions whose efficacy was greater than generally reputed]
Cym I.vii.22[Innogen reading a letter, of Iachimo] He is one of the noblest note
Cym II.iii.121[Cloten to Innogen, of the crown] you ... must not foil / The precious note of it
Cym III.iii.58[Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus] my report was once / First, with the best of note
Cym V.iii.94[Second Captain to First Captain, of Posthumus] he brags his service / As if he were of note
LC.233[] a Nun, / Or Sister sanctified of holiest note
LLL III.i.22[Mote to Armado, of the effect of certain ways of behaving] and make them men of note
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