observance (n.) Old form(s): obseruance
proper attention, attentiveness, heed
AYL III.ii.227[Celia to Rosalind, of Orlando] take a taste of my finding him, and relish it with good observance
AYL V.ii.91[Silvius to all, of the nature of love] It is ... / All adoration, duty and observance ... all observance
MW II.ii.190[Ford as Brook to Falstaff, of Mistress Ford] I have ... followed her with a doting observance
TC II.iii.163[Ulysses to Agamemnon, of Achilles] He ... carries on the stream of his dispose, / Without observance or respect of any

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