native (adj.) Old form(s): natiue
natural, habitual, normal
KJ II.i.337[King John to King Philip, comparing his claim to a river] Whose passage, vexed with thy impediment, / Shall leave his native channel and o'er-swell
KJ III.iv.83[Constance to Cardinal Pandulph, of Arthur] But now will canker-sorrow eat my bud / And chase the native beauty from his cheek
LLL IV.iii.261[Berowne to King] native blood is counted painting now
RJ IV.i.97[Friar to Juliet, of taking the potion] no pulse / Shall keep his native progress, but surcease
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