presence (n.)
appearance, bearing, demeanour
CE III.ii.169[Antipholus of Syracuse alone, of Luciana] Of such enchanting presence and discourse
LLL V.ii.761[Berowne to ladies, of their conduct] Which parti-coated presence of loose love / Put on by us
MV III.ii.54[Portia to herself, of Bassanio] Now he goes, / With no less presence but with much more love / Than young Alcides
Per V.i.64[Lysimachus to Helicanus, of Marina] Is't not a goodly presence?
Sonn.10.11[] Be, as thy presence is, gracious and kind
TC III.iii.270[Thersites to Achilles, of Ajax] I will put on his presence ... you shall see the pageant of Ajax
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