quarry (n.) Old form(s): Quarrie
[in hunting] heap of dead, pile of bodies
Cor I.i.196[Martius to Menenius, of the citizens] I'd make a quarry / With thousands of these quartered slaves
Ham V.ii.358[Fortinbras to all] This quarry cries on havoc
Mac IV.iii.206[Ross to Macduff, of Macduff's murdered family] To relate the manner / Were on the quarry of these murdered deer / To add the death of you
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