train (v.) Old form(s): traine , trayn'd
lure, entice, decoy
1H4 V.ii.21[Worcester to Vernon, of Hotspur] We did train him on
1H6 II.iii.34[Countess to Talbot, of his supposed capture] for that cause I trained thee to my house
CE III.ii.45[Antipholus of Syracuse to Luciana] O, train me not, sweet mermaid, with thy note
KJ III.iv.175[Cardinal Pandulph to Lewis the Dauphin, of a few French soldiers in England] they would be as a call / To train ten thousand English to their side
LLL I.i.71[King to Berowne, of distractions] that ... train our intellects to vain delight
Tit V.i.104[Aaron to Lucius, of Quintus and Martius] I trained thy brethren to that guileful hole

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