**Noise,**subst. 1) any sound (particularly of voices) attracting attention or causing disturbance, whether it be loud or low:

**Ven. 919**.

**Lucr. 165**.

**Tp. II, 1, 320**.

**IV, 216**.

**V, 232**.

**Wiv. V, 5, 34**.

**Meas. IV, 2, 72**.

**Meas. IV, 2, 72**

**Mids. III, 1, 93**.

**All's II, 3, 314**.

**Wint. II, 3, 39**.

**John V, 4, 45**.

**R2 III, 3, 51**.

**H4B IV, 5, 7**.

**H4B IV, 5, 7**

**H6A I, 3, 15**.

**I, 4, 99**.

**II, 1, 2**.

**H6B II, 1, 59**.

**III, 2, 236**.

**IV, 8, 3**.

**H6C III, 1, 6**.

**R3 I, 4, 22**.

**R3 I, 4, 22**

**II, 2, 33**.

**II, 2, 33**.

**IV, 1, 71**.

**V, 4, 1**.

**Troil. II, 2, 97**.

**Cor. I, 4, 22**.

**II, 1, 175**.

**II, 3, 60**.

**V, 5, 4**.

**V, 6, 52**.

**Tit. I, 155**.

**II, 2, 6**.

**II, 3, 20**.

**V, 1, 25**.

**Rom. I, 1, 82**.

**II, 2, 136**.

**IV, 5, 17**.

**V, 3, 151**.

**V, 3, 151**

**V, 3, 151**

**Caes. I, 2, 14**.

**Caes. I, 2, 14**

**II, 2, 22**.

**II, 4, 16**.

**Mcb. II, 2, 15**.

**Mcb. II, 2, 15**

**V, 7, 14**.

**Hml. III, 2, 14**.

**IV, 2, 3**.

**IV, 5, 96**.

**IV, 5, 96**

**Lr. II, 1, 57**.

**Oth. II, 1, 52**.

**II, 3, 149**.

**V, 2, 86**.

**V, 2, 86**

**Ant. V, 2, 233**.

**Cymb. IV, 4, 1**.

**what is that n.?**== what noise is that? what does that noise mean?

**Mcb. V, 5, 6**.

**Ant. IV, 14, 104**. “darest wag thy tongue in n. so rude against me,”

**Hml. III, 4, 40**. “whose n. is this that cries on murder?”

**Oth. V, 1, 47**. “that keeps all this n.”

**Err. III, 1, 61**(causes it mischievously). “to make n.:”

**Lucr. 1329**.

**Meas. IV, 3, 27**.

**Ado III, 3, 36**.

**Mids. III, 2, 116**.

**Merch. IV, 1, 76**.

**V, 3**.

**As IV, 2, 10**.

**H4B IV, 5, 1**.

**Cor. I, 5, 10**.

**Lr. III, 6, 89**.

**Oth. III, 1, 13**.

**Cymb. III, 5, 44**. In

**R3 V, 3, 104**Ff

**n.,**Qq.

**thoughts.**

2) report, rumour: “the n. goes,”

**Troil. I, 2, 12**. “mark the high --s,”

**Lr. III, 6, 118**. “Cleopatra, catching but the least n. of this, dies instantly,”

**Ant. I, 2, 145**.

3) music: “the isle is full of --s, sounds and sweet airs,”

**Tp. III, 2, 144**. “being but the horn and n. of the monster's,”

**Cor. III, 1, 95**. “what n. is this?”

**Mcb. IV, 1, 106**. “what warlike n. is this?”

**Hml. V, 2, 360**. “peace! what n.?”

**Ant. IV, 3, 12**.

Hence == a company of musicians: “find out Sneak's n.”

**H4B II, 4, 13**.