eke (adv.) Old form(s): eeke
[archaism] also, moreover, too
MND III.i.88[Flute as Thisbe, of Pyramus] Most brisky juvenal, and eke most lovely Jew
MW I.iii.88[Pistol to Nym] I to Ford shall eke unfold / How Falstaff ... / His dove will prove
MW II.iii.67[Host aside to all except Caius] Master guest, and Master Page, and eke Cavaliero Slender
TNK III.v.131[Schoolmaster to Theseus] The bavian, with long tail and eke long tool
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