field (n.) Old form(s): feild
wasteland, wilderness
E3 III.iii.22[Prince Edward to King Edward] leaving at our heels / A wide apparent field
KL III.iv.107[Fool to Lear] a little fire in a wild field
LLL II.i.85[Boyet to Princess, of the King] He rather means to lodge you in the field, / Like one that comes here to besiege his court [or: sense 1]
LLL II.i.93[Princess to King] The roof of this court is too high to be yours, and welcome to the wide fields too base to be mine
LLL V.ii.345[Princess to King] This field shall hold me, and so hold your vow [or: general sense]
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