noise (v.) Old form(s): nois'd
rumour, spread about, noise abroad
H8 I.ii.105[Wolsey aside to Secretary, of the taxation] let it be noised / That through our intercession this revokement / And pardon comes
Tim IV.iii.404[Second Bandit to others, of Timon] It is noised he hath a mass of treasure
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