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- I dare pawn down my life for him that he hath writ this to feel my affection to your honour, and to no other pretence of danger.1.2 — Act 1 Scene 2 — A Hall in the Earl of Gloster's Castle (47% in)
- What he hath utter'd I have writ my sister: If she sustain him and his hundred knights, When I have show'd th' unfitness,— [Re-enter Oswald.1.4 — Act 1 Scene 4 — A Hall in Albany's Palace (95% in)
- What, have you writ that letter to my sister?1.4 — Act 1 Scene 4 — A Hall in Albany's Palace (96% in)
- Thus out of season, threading dark-ey'd night: Occasions, noble Gloster, of some poise, Wherein we must have use of your advice:— Our father he hath writ, so hath our sister, Of differences, which I best thought it fit To answer from our home; the several messengers From hence attend despatch.2.1 — Act 2 Scene 1 — A court within the Castle of the Earl of Gloster (95% in)
- Quickly send,— Be brief in it,—to the castle; for my writ Is on the life of Lear and on Cordelia:— Nay, send in time.5.2 — Act 5 Scene 2 — A field between the two Camps (75% in)
There are no more uses of "writ" in King Lear.
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