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depose
used in Henry IV, Part 1

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Definition
to question another under oath and record another's legal statement
  • —did set forth Upon his Irish expedition; From whence he intercepted did return To be deposed, and shortly murdered.
    1.3 — Act 1 Scene 3 — The Same. A Room in the Palace (50% in)
  • Depose me! if thou dost it half so gravely, so majestically, both in word and matter, hang me up by the heels for a rabbit-sucker or a poulter's hare.
    2.4 — Act 2 Scene 4 — Eastcheap. A Room in the Boar's-Head Tavern (78% in)
  • Then to the point: In short time after, he deposed the King; Soon after that, deprived him of his life; And, in the neck of that, task'd the whole State: To make that worse, suffer'd his kinsman March (Who is, if every owner were well placed, Indeed his king) to be engaged in Wales, There without ransom to lie forfeited; Disgraced me in my happy victories, Sought to entrap me by intelligence; Rated my uncle from the Council-board; In rage dismiss'd my father from the Court; Broke oath...
    4.3 — Act 4 Scene 3 — The Rebel Camp near Shrewsbury (80% in)

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