adulterate (adj.) Old form(s): adulterat
CE II.ii.149[Adriana to Antipholus of Syracuse] I am possessed with an adulterate blot
E3 II.i.111[King Edward to Lodowick] The nightingale sings of adulterate wrong
Ham I.v.42[Ghost to Hamlet, of Claudius] that adulterate beast
Luc.1645[Lucrece to Collatine, of Tarquin's threat] And never be forgot in mighty Rome / Th'adulterate death of Lucrece and her groom
R3 IV.iv.69[Queen Margaret to Duchess of York] Th'adulterate Hastings
Sonn.121.5[] For why should others' false adulterate eyes / Give salutation to my sportive blood?

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