go (v.) Old form(s): goe
walk, travel on foot
1H4 I.ii.14[Falstaff to Prince Hal] we that take purses go by the moon [also: tell the time]
Cym IV.ii.294[Innogen alone] I have gone all night
KL I.iv.120[Fool to Lear] Ride more than thou goest
TG IV.ii.20[Proteus to Thurio] love / Will creep in service where it cannot go
Tim IV.iii.46[Timon alone, as if to the gold] Thou'lt go, strong thief, / When gouty keepers of thee cannot stand
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