weal (n.) Old form(s): weale
welfare, well-being, prosperity
1H6 III.ii.92[Bedford to Talbot] I ... will be partner of your weal or woe
1H6 V.i.27[King to Gloucester] I shall be well content with any choice / Tends to God's glory and my country's weal
Cor I.i.149[Menenius to Citizens] digest things rightly / Touching the weal o'th' common
Ham III.iii.14[Rosencrantz to Claudius] That spirit upon whose weal depends and rests / The lives of many [Q2; F spirit]
KJ IV.ii.65[Pembroke to King John, of Arthur] our weal, on you depending, / Counts it your weal he have his liberty
RJ III.ii.51[Juliet to Nurse] Brief sounds determine of my weal or woe

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