revenue (n.) Old form(s): reuenew , reuennew, Reuenues
income, yield, profit
AYL I.i.97[Charles to Oliver] lands and revenues enrich the new Duke
KL I.ii.53[Gloucester reading Edgar's letter, as if Edgar to Edmund of Gloucester] you should enjoy half his revenue for ever
KL II.i.99[Regan to all, of Edgar and Gloucester] To have th'expense and waste of his revenues
MND I.i.6[Theseus to Hippolyta, of the moon] She lingers my desires, / Like to a stepdame ... / Long withering out a young man's revenue
Tem I.ii.98[Prospero to Miranda] what my revenue yielded
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