redress (n.) Old form(s): redresse
remedy, amendment, improvement
KL I.iv.201[Gonerill to Lear, of his knights' behaviour] I had thought ... / To have found a safe redress
KL I.iv.205[Gonerill to Lear, if he approved of his knights' behaviour] the fault / Would not scape censure, nor the redresses sleep [i.e. the remedies would soon appear] [F; Q redresse]
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