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Wealth, 1) welfare, prosperity: “I once did lend my body for his w.” Merch. V, 249. “this is the imposthume of much w. and peace,” Hml. IV, 4, 27.
2) riches: Lucr. 17. Lucr. 17 Sonn. 29, 13. 37, 5. 67, 13. 75, 4. 91, 2. Compl. 270. Gent. I, 2, 13. III, 1, 362. III, 1, 362 IV, 1, 11. Wiv. III, 2, 78. III, 3, 232 “(the w. of Windsor Castle).” III, 4, 6. III, 4, 6 Err. I, 1, 40. III, 2, 5. III, 2, 5 V, 8. 49 “(lost much w.).” Ado I, 1, 70. LLL I, 1, 31. IV, 3, 149. Merch. III, 2, 257. III, 5, 62 “(the whole w. of thy wit).” IV, 1, 269. IV, 1, 269 IV, 1, 269 V, 173 “(for the w. that the world masters).” As I, 3, 136 “(get our jewels and our w. together).” II, 5, 54. Shr. I, 2, 68. IV, 2, 98. All's II, 5, 84. John IV, 1, 131 “(for the w. of all the world).” H4A II, 4, 280 “(were masters of their w.).” IV, 1, 46. H6A V, 5, 46. H6B IV, 1, 82. IV, 10, 23. H6C IV, 8, 44. H8 III, 2, 284. Tim. IV, 3, 495 “(whilst this poor w. lasts).” Lr. I, 1, 211 etc.
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