publish (v.) Old form(s): publishd
announce, make public, make generally known
2H6 III.ii.17[King to Suffolk, of Gloucester] If he be guilty, as 'tis published
Cym V.v.479[Cymbeline to all] Publish we this peace / To all our subjects
H8 III.ii.68[Suffolk to all, of King Henry] Shortly, I believe, / His second marriage shall be published
KL I.i.43[Lear to Cornwall and Albany] We have this hour a constant will to publish / Our daughters' several dowers
Sonn.102.4[] That love is merchandised, whose rich esteeming, / The owner's tongue doth publish everywhere
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