undergo (v.) Old form(s): vndergo , vnder-go , vndergoe, vnder-goe
undertake, carry out, perform
Cym I.v.137[Iachimo to Posthumus] I ... would undergo what's spoken
Cym III.v.111[Cloten to Pisanio] undergo those employments wherein I should have cause to use thee
JC I.iii.123[Cassius to Casca, of certain Romans] To undergo with me an enterprise / Of honourable-dangerous consequence
Tim III.v.24[First Senator to Alcibiades] You undergo too strict a paradox, / Striving to make an ugly deed look fair
WT II.iii.163[Antigonus to Leontes, of what he would do to save the baby's life] Anything ... / That my ability may undergo

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