**Arrive,**1) intrans. to come to, to reach a place:

**Tp. I, 2, 292**.

**Err. I, 1, 49**.

**Shr. I, 2, 213**.

**All's II, 1, 82**.

**Wint. II, 3, 196**.

**IV, 4, 633**.

**John II, 51**.

**IV, 2, 115**.

**IV, 2, 115**

**H5 IV, 8, 131**.

**H6A V, 5, 8**.

**H6C IV, 7, 7**.

**H8 II, 1, 160**.

**Rom. II, 6, 15**.

**Caes. IV, 2, 30**.

**Mcb. V, 8, 35**.

**Hml. V, 2, 388**.

**Oth. II, 1, 58**.

**Oth. II, 1, 58**

**II, 2, 3**.

**Per. V Prol.**

**Per. V Prol.**With “at:”

**Lucr. 50**.

**R2 II, 2, 50**. With “in:”

**Tp. I, 2, 171**.

**Shr. IV, 4, 65**. With

**to**: “I have --d at the last unto the wished haven,”

**Shr. V, 1, 130**. “not --d to pith and puissance,”

**H5 III Chor.**

**H5 III Chor.**cf. “I have since --d but hither,”

**Tw. II, 2, 4**. With

**for**: “--d for fruitful Lombardy,”

**Shr. I, 1, 3**.

**To a. at**== to obtain: “many so a. at second masters,”

**Tim. IV, 3, 512**.

In general

**to arrive**is to reach a place after a previous travel, but sometimes simply == to come:

**a savour that may strike the dullest nostril where I a.**(== wherever I come)

**Wint. I, 2, 422**. “where he --s he moves all hearts against us,”

**Lr. IV, 5, 10**.

2) trans. to reach: “ere he a. his weary noon-tide prick,”

**Lucr. 781**. “have --d our coast,”

**H6C V, 3, 8**. “--ing a place of potency,”

**Cor. II, 3, 189**. “a. the point proposed,”

**Caes. I, 2, 110**.