sure (adv.)
securely, safely, well
1H6 V.i.16[Gloucester to King] the sooner to effect / And surer bind this knot of amity
2H4 II.i.24[Hostess to Fang, of Falstaff] hold him sure
2H6 III.i.188[Cardinal to his men] take away the Duke and guard him sure
JC I.ii.318[Cassius alone] let Caesar seat him sure
JC IV.i.47[Antony to Octavius] How covert matters may be best disclosed, / And open perils surest answered
Tim III.iii.40[Servant alone] Doors that were ne'er acquainted with their wards ... must be employed / Now to guard sure their master
Tit V.ii.164[Publius to Caius and Valentine, of either Demetrius or Chiron] Is he sure bound?
Tit V.ii.76[Tamora to Chiron and Demetrius, of Lucius] whilst I at a banquet hold him sure
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