rent (v.)
rend, tear, pull to pieces
3H6 III.ii.175[Richard alone, of himself] like one lost in a thorny wood, / That rents the thorns and is rent with the thorns
Mac IV.iii.168[Ross to Macduff and Malcolm, of Scotland] Where sighs and groans and shrieks that rent the air / Are made, not marked
MND III.ii.215[Helena to Hermia] And will you rent our ancient love asunder
R3 I.ii.126[Anne to Richard] These nails should rent that beauty from my cheeks [F; Q rend]
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