- Fear me not, man; I will not break away: I'll give thee, ere I leave thee, so much money, To warrant thee, as I am 'rested for.4.4 — Act 4 Scene 4 — The same (2% in)
- ...league from Epidamnum had we sail'd Before the always-wind-obeying deep Gave any tragic instance of our harm; But longer did we not retain much hope: For what obscured light the heavens did grant Did but convey unto our fearful minds A doubtful warrant of immediate death; Which though myself would gladly have embrac'd, Yet the incessant weepings of my wife, Weeping before for what she saw must come, And piteous plainings of the pretty babes, That mourn'd for fashion, ignorant what to...1.1 — Act 1 Scene 1 — A hall in the DUKE'S palace (43% in)
- But here must end the story of my life; And happy were I in my timely death, Could all my travels warrant me they live.1.1 — Act 1 Scene 1 — A hall in the DUKE'S palace (88% in)
- I warrant, her rags, and the tallow in them will burn a Poland winter: if she lives till doomsday, she'll burn week longer than the whole world.3.2 — Act 3 Scene 2 — The same (52% in)
- Here's that, I warrant you, will pay them all.4.4 — Act 4 Scene 4 — The same (6% in)
There are no more uses of "warrant" in The Comedy of Errors.
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