That he should draw his several strengths together And come against us in full puissance, Need not be dreaded.
O, fly to Scotland, Till that the nobles and the armed commons Have of their puissance made a little taste.
I well allow the occasion of our arms; But gladly would be better satisfied How in our means we should advance ourselves To look with forehead bold and big enough Upon the power and puissance of the king.
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Overuse of the word "disaster" has cost that word its puissance.