part (n.)
action, conduct, behaviour
2H4 IV.v.65[King Henry IV to all, of Prince Henry] This part of his conjoins with my disease, / And helps to end me
JC I.iii.54[Casca to Cassius, of the storm] It is the part of men to fear and tremble / When the most mighty gods by tokens send / Such dreadful heralds [i.e. it is the normal response]
LLL V.ii.735[King to Princess] The extreme parts of time extremely forms / All causes to the purpose of his speed
MV IV.i.92[Shylock to all, of their slaves] You use in abject and in slavish parts, / Because you bought them
Tim V.ii.7[Messenger to Senators, of a courier] though in general part we were opposed [i.e. in public affairs]
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