regard (n.)
respect, repute, esteem
1H6 IV.i.145[King to all, of the English quarrels] a toy, a thing of no regard
2H4 I.ii.170[Falstaff to Lord Chief Justice] Virtue is of so little regard in these costermongers' times
H5 II.iv.117[Exeter to Dauphin, in reply to 'What to him from England?'] Scorn and defiance, slight regard, contempt
JC IV.ii.12[Pindarus to Brutus, of Cassius] my noble master will appear / Such as he is, full of regard and honour
TC III.iii.128[Ulysses as if to Nature] what things there are / Most abject in regard, and dear in use!
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