fame (n.)
report, account, description
1H6 II.iii.67[Countess to Talbot] I find thou art no less than fame hath bruited
3H6 III.iii.63[Warwick to Bona, of Edward's heart] Where fame ... / Hath placed thy beauty's image
AC II.ii.168.2[Antony to Caesar, of the news of Pompey] So is the fame
AC III.xiii.119[Antony to Cleopatra] hotter hours, / Unregistered in vulgar fame
H8 I.iv.66[Lord Chamberlain to Wolsey, of the strangers] having heard by fame / Of this so noble and so fair assembly
Per epilogue.V.iii.11[Gower alone, of Cleon] when fame / Had spread his cursed deed
Per Chorus.III.22[Gower alone] Fame answering the most strange inquire
TNK IV.ii.153[Theseus to all, of the knights] Their fame has fired me so [i.e. this report about them]
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