way (n.) Old form(s): waies
best path, course of action
CE IV.iii.92[Courtesan alone, of Antipholus] My way is now to hie home to his house
R3 I.i.78[Richard to Clarence, of Queen Elizabeth] I think it is our way ... / To be her men and wear her livery
TNK II.i.127[Arcite to Palamon] We are young and yet desire the ways of honour
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