humour (n.) Old form(s): Humors
secretion, fluid, juice
1H4 II.iv.438[Prince Hal (as King) to Falstaff (as Hal) of Falstaff] Why dost thou converse with that trunk of humours
H5 II.i.116[Nym to all, of Falstaff] The King hath run bad humours on the knight [or: ill humour]
MA III.ii.25[Leonato to Don Pedro, of Benedick's toothache] Where is but a humour or a worm
RJ IV.i.96[Friar to Juliet, of taking the potion] presently through all thy veins shall run / A cold and drowsy humour
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