ways, come thy / your Old form(s): waies, wayes
come along
AW II.i.93.1[Lafew to King] Nay, come your ways
AYL I.ii.196[Orlando to Charles] But come your ways!
MM III.ii.76[Elbow to Pompey] Come your ways, sir, come
TC III.ii.43[Pandarus to Cressida] come your ways; an you draw backward, we'll put you i'th' fills
TN II.v.1[Sir Toby to Fabian] Come thy ways, Signor Fabian
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