gall (n.) Old form(s): galles, gaulle
spirit of anger, venom, ability to be angry
1H6 I.ii.16[Reignier to all, of Salisbury] he may well in fretting spend his gall
H8 I.i.152[Buckingham to Norfolk, of Wolsey] Whom from the flow of gall I name not, but / From sincere motions
Ham II.ii.574[Hamlet alone] For it cannot be / But I am pigeon-livered and lack gall / To make oppression bitter
Oth IV.iii.91[Emilia to Desdemona] we have galls
TC I.iii.237[Aeneas to Agamemnon, of Trojans] when they would seem soldiers, they have galls
TN III.ii.46[Sir Toby to Sir Andrew, of writing a challenge] Let there be gall enough in thy ink [also: sense 6]

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