wonted (adj.)
accustomed, usual, customary
1H6 III.i.32[Winchester to all] how haps it I seek not to advance / Or raise myself, but keep my wonted calling?
1H6 V.iii.21[Pucelle to spirits] Cannot my body nor blood-sacrifice / Entreat you to your wonted furtherance?
2H4 V.v.101[Prince John to Lord Chief Justice, of King Henry V] He hath intent his wonted followers / Shall all be very well provided for
3H6 II.v.49[King alone] the shepherd's ... wonted sleep under a fresh tree's shade
Cym V.v.463[Cymbeline to Lucius] promising / To pay our wonted tribute
E3 IV.v.5[King John to Charles] the wand'ring brooks / Murmur no wonted greeting to their shores
H8 IV.ii.102[Griffith to Messenger, of Katherine] she will not lose her wonted greatness
Ham II.ii.337[Rosencrantz to Hamlet, of the Players] their endeavour keeps in the wonted pace
Ham III.i.41[Gertrude to Ophelia, of Hamlet] bring him to his wonted way again
Luc.776[Lucrece as if to night] if thou wilt permit the sun to climb / His wonted height
MND II.i.113[Titania to Oberon] The childing autumn, angry winter change / Their wonted liveries
MND III.ii.369[Oberon to Puck, of Lysander] make his eyeballs roll with wonted sight
Ven.1053[of Adonis' side] whose wonted lily-white / With purple tears that his wound wept was drenched
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