‘commodity’ speech

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The Bastard's speech, King John, ii. i. 561–99, in which he comments ironically on the King of France's withdrawal of support from Prince Arthur under the temptation of ‘commodity’ (i.e. self-interest): That smooth-faced gentleman, tickling commodity,Commodity, the bias of the world …

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