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Love. Ah me! how fweet is love itfelf poffeft, when but love's shadows are fo rich in

A. S. P. C. L.

Romeo and Juliet. 51 994

- 'Tis a question left us yet to prove, whether love leads fortune, or elfe fortune

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Hamlet. 3 2 1020 233

I lov'd Ophelia; forty thousand brothers could not with all their quantity of love
make up my fum

It is merely a luft of the blood, and a permiffion of the will

Make love's quick pants in Desdemona's arms

· From hence I'll love no friend, fith love breeds fuch offence

All my fond love thus do I blow to heaven

Yield up, O love, thy crown, and hearted throne to tyrannous hate Love-broker. There is no love-broker in the world can more prevail in dation with woman, than report of valour

Love's counsellor fhould fill the bores of hearing to the fmothering of the
Love-day. This day shall be a love-day

Love-devouring death

Ibid. 5 1 10362 3 Othello. 1 3 1050219 Ibid. 2 1 1052135 Ibid. 3 3 1063|2|35

man's commen-
fenfe Cymbeline. 3 2
Twelfth Night. 3 2
Titus Andronicus. 1 2
Romeo and Juliet. 2 6

Ibid. 3 3 1064|1|47

Ibid. 3 3 1064 150

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Love-feat. And every one his love-feat will advance
Love's heralds fhould be thoughts

the fall of Cupid's bolt upon it

Love's Lab. Loft.5 2
Romeo and Juliet. 2

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Love-in-idleness, a flower fuppofed to have been changed from milk white to purple by

The juice of it on fleeping eye-lids laid, will make the man or woman madly doat
upon the next live creature that it fees

Love-juice. Haft thou yet latch'd the Athenian's eyes with the love-juice
Thou haft mistaken quite, and laid the love-juice on fome true-love's fight

Love-letter from Armado to Jaquenetta

Love's Labor L. 4

Love's majesty. I that am rudely stamp'd, and want love's majesty
Love-monger. Thou art an old love-monger, and speaks skilfully
Love-performing. Spread thy clofe curtain love-performing night
Love's facrifice. Words, vows, gifts, tears, and love's facrifice, he offers in another's en-

Love-fhaft [Cupid.] Loos'd his love-shaft smartly from his bow,

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Richard .1

Love's Labor Left. 2
Romeo and Juliet. 3


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Henry viii.


Much Ado About Notb. 4



Lovers break not hours except it be to come before their time

Two Gent. of Verona. 5

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If that true lovers have been ever crofs'd

Midf. Night's Dream. 1


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and madmen have fuch feething brains, such shaping fantafies, that apprehend more than cool reafon ever comprehends

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Though in thy youth thou waft as true a lover, as ever fighed upon a midnight pillow

characterized by Jaques

It is as eafy to count atomies as to answer the propofitions of a lover
The oath of a lover is not stronger than the word of a tapster

As Y. Like It. 2 4 230257

Ibid. 2 7 233227 Ibid. 3 2 236 231 Ibid. 3 4 239241 Ibid. 4 1 242151

For lovers lacking (God warn us) matter, the cleanlieft fhift is to kiss
Such as I am, all true lovers are: unstaid and skittish in all motions clfe Tw. Night. 2 4
All lovers fwear more performance than they are able
This unbound lover, to beautify him, only lacks a cover
can fee to do their amorous rites by their own beauties


316218 Troil. and Creff 3 2 873 2 Romeo and Juliet.13 971243 Ibid. 3 2 983239

Loving-jealous. And with a filk thread plucks it back again, fo loving jealous of his liberty

Lour. Why at our juftice feem'st thou then to lour

The heavens do lour upon you for fome ill

Ibud. 2 2977129 Richard .1 34181 54 Rom. and Jul.4 5 993139

Loufe. For I care not to be the loufe of a lazar, fo I were not Menelaus Tr. and Cr.[5] 1| 884|2|46


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Hang nothing but a calfs-fkin, most sweet lout

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If that thy gentry, Britain, go before this lout, as he exceeds our lords, the odds is, that we scarce are men, and you are gods

Louvre. He'll make your Paris louvre thake for it
Low. If low, an aglet very vilely cut

Cymbeline. 52
Henry v.2 4

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Mu. Ado About Noth. 3 1 132139

Low-born lafs. This is the prettieft low-born lafs, that ever ran on the green-fward W. Tale. 4 3 Low countries. Because the reft of thy low countries have made a fhift to eat up thy holland

Low-crooked curtfies

Lower-place. A lower place, note well, may do too great an aft
Lewlinefs is young ambition's ladder

Lown. With that he call'd the taylor-lown


2 Henry iv. 2
Julius Cafar.3
Antony and Cleop.3
Julius Cæfar. 2


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Lewness. Nothing could have fubdu'd nature to fuch a lownefs, but his unkind

Loureth. How impatience lowreth in your face
Lewt. Foolish lowt

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And you will rather fhew our general lowts how you can frown, than spend a fawn upon 'em

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Two Gent. of Verona. 3
open 't Henry viii. 3
Mid. Night's Dr. 2
Both to defend my loyalty and truth, to God, my king, and his fucceeding iffue R..13
If it be banish'd from the frofty head, where shall it find a harbour in the earth 2
Such which breaks the fides of loyalty, and almost appears in loud rebellion H. viii. 1
My loyalty, which ever has, and ever fhall be growing, 'till death, that winter, kill

to look

1 Henry vi. 4 upon your


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H. vi. 51 I

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Ant. and Cleop.. 311


Cymbeline. 5 5


Lezel. And Lozel, thou art worthy to be hang'd, that wilt not stay her tongue W. Tale. 2 3
Lubber. A notable lubber

342 2 34

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If you will measure your lubber's length again, tarry
Lubber's bead. And he's indited to dinner to the Lubber's-head in Lumbart-ftreet 2 H. iv. 2

Lubberly boy

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Luce. They may give the dozen white luces in their coat

-is the fresh fish

Comedy of Errors.

Two Gentlemen of Verona.

Tam. of the Shrew.

Tw. Night. 4

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Troil, and Creff3 3

1479 236

Merry W. of Wind. 5 5


73128 452 5

Ibid. 1






Luciana. D. P.

Lucretia. Sad Lucretia's modesty

Lucifer founds well

Thou art more deep damn'd than prince Lucifer

And when he falls, he falls like Lucifer, never to hope again

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I hear him mock the luck of Cæfar, which the gods give men to excuse their after wrath


D.P. Tim. of Ath. p. 803.


Caius. D. P. Cymbeline.
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But filence, like a Lucrece knife, with bloodless stroke my heart doth gore

Lucullus. D. P.

As You Like It.3
Comedy of Errors.


335 2 55 103


King Fobn. 4


Henry viii. 3


D. P.

Timon of Athens.

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Titus Andronicus. 4 2

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Lullaby to your bounty, till I come again

Tw. Night. 5 1

The day frowns more and more; thou art like to have a lullaby too rough W. Tale. 3 3

346 247 329137

As is a nurse's fong of lullaby, to bring her babe to sleep Lump. Hence, heap of wrath, foul indigested lump

Titus Andronicus. 2 3


2 Henry vi. 51


Two Gent. of Verona. 3 2

372 7

This is lunaticks

Merry W. of Wind. 4 1
Ibid. 4




M. N.'s Dr. 5


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Richard ii. 2

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Lumpifh. Silvia is lumpish, heavy, melancholy
Lunatick. 'Oman, art thou lunaticks

The lunatick, the lover, and the poet, are of imagination all compact
Persuade him that he hath been lunatick

Induc. to Tam. of the Shrew.

To wish me wed to one half lunatick, a mad-cap ruffian, and a swearing Jack Ibid. 2
Thou a lunatick lean-witted fool

Lunes. Your husband is in his old lunes again

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Merry Wives of Wind. 4
Winter's Tale. 2 2341134
Troilus and Creff23 869238

The terms of our estate may not endure hazard fo near us, as doth hourly grow out of his lunes

Lungs. Speak from thy lungs military

The heaving of my lungs provokes me to ridiculous smiling
My lungs began to crow like chanticleer

Hamlet. 3 31022|2|36

Mer. Wives of Wind. 4 5
Love's Labor Loft.31 1552 6
As You Like It. 2 7 232225
Coriolanus. 3 1 719 255

So fhall my lungs coin words 'till their decay, against those meazles Lupercal. It is the feast of Lupercal

On the Lupercal I thrice presented him a kingly crown, which he fufe

Lurch. Am fain to fhuffle, to hedge, and to lurch

did thrice re-
Julius Cafar.1

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Ibid. 3 2 755246

Mer. Wives of Wind.2

Lurch'd. And, in the brunt of feventeen battles fince he lurch'd all swords o' the garland

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Lure. And, 'till fhe ftoop, fhe must not be full-gorg'd, for then she never looks upon her lure

Lurking. His foldiers lurking in the towns about
Lush and lusty the grass looks

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Luft. The best way were to entertain him with hope, till the wicked fire of luft have melted him in his own greafe

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Merry W. of Windfor. 2 1

Ibid. 5 5

Comedy of Errors. 2 2
All's Well. 4

Winter's Tale. 4

300 131 3 350117

Richard iii. 3 5 653218

Titus Andronicus. 2 3 839219

8811 8

Trei. and Cref. 4 4
Cymbeline. 3 5 912228
Lear. 3 4 948239

Serv'd the luft of my mistress' heart, and did the act of darkness with her Though to a radiant angel link'd, will fate itself in a celeftial bed, and garbage

prey on

1953 228 Othello. 5 11074|2|3

Hamlet. 1 51007144

Luft-dieted. Let the fuperfluous and luft-dieted man, that flaves your ordinance Lear.4
Luft-Baim'd. Thy bed, lust-stain'd, shall with luft's blood be spotted
Luft-wearied. The ne'er luft-wearied Antony

Luftick, as the Dutchman fays

Ant. and Cleop.2 1774 110 All's Well. 2 3 286131

Luftier. With luftier maintenance than I did look for of fuch an ungrown warrior 1 H. iv. 5 4 470240 Luftily. Let's tune, and to it luftily awhile

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Lustrous. And the clear stones towards the fouth north are as luftrous as ebony

Luffy. It is a lufty wench; I love her ten times more than e'er I did
Luftybood. His May of youth, and bloom of luftyhood

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Iron may hold with her, but never lutes

A. S. P. C. L.

Twelfth Night.4 2 327 2 17

T. of the Sbr. 2 126127 Much Ado About Noth. 5 1 141255 Troil. and Greff.2 2 867 126

Julius Cæjar. 1

M. Ado Ab. Notb. 2

Then thou canst not break her to the lute?-Why, no; for fhe hath broke the lute to me

As on a pillory, looking through the lute

Melancholy as a lover's lute

Take thy lute wench; my foul grows fad with troubles Lute-cafe. Bardolph ftole a lute-cafe; bore it twelve leagues, and fold it for threepence

Lute-firing. His jesting spirit, which is now crept into a lute-string, and now governed
by ftops

Lutheran. Yet I know her for a spleeny Lutheran
Luxurious bed. She knows the heat of a luxurious bed

Luxu y. Fie on lust and luxury

Urge his hateful luxury

How the devil luxury, with his fat rump, and potatoe finger, tickles these together

To't luxury pell-mell, for I lack foldiers

Let not the royal bed of Denmark be a couch for luxury and damned inceft Hamlet. 1
Lycurgus. I cannot call you Lycurguffes
Lye. It will not lye where it concerns

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Taming of the Shrew.2

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How, did you find the quarrel on the seventh caufe?-upon a lye feven times re

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To lapfe in fullness is forer than to lye for need

Ant. and Cleop. 5 2

Cymbeline. 3 691314
Ibid. 3 6 9131 8

- If I do lye, and do no harm by it, tho' the gods hear, I hope they'll pardon it Lying. For, lying fo, Hermia I do not lie

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His foliloquy on the intended murder of the King ➡'s foliloquy when he is going to murder Duncan For none of woman born, shall harm Macbeth

shall never vanquish'd be, until great Birnam wood to high Dunfinane hill shall come against him


Macduff-His fon-his Lady. D.P.

— was from his mother's womb untimely ripp'd


Ibid. 41 378243

Ibid. 363
Ibid. 57 386|1|42
Winter's Tale. 4 2 3491 2

With these borne before us, instead of maces, we will ride through the streets

2 Henry vi. 4 7 597115 Julius Cæfar.43| 761|2|16

O murd'rous flumber! lay'st thou thy leaden mace upon my boy, that plays the



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Henry v.4 71 53417
Ibid. 4 7 534110

Machination. If you miscarry, your business of the world hath so an end, and machina

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Macbine. Thine evermore, most dear lady, whilft this machine is to him
Mackerel. You may buy land now as cheap as stinking mackerel
Mackmorris. D. P.

Maculate. Most maculate thoughts

3 Henry vi. 3

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1 Henry vi55

568 149


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Love's Labor Loft. 2 151125

Maculation. I will throw my glove to death himself, that there is no maculation of thy heart

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If they were but a week married, they would talk themselves mad M. Ado Ab. Notb. 2
That being mad herself, fhe's madly mated


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Then you are mad, indeed, if you are no better in your wits than a fool

Ibid. 4 2

3281 9

O think what thou'ft done, and then run mad

Winter's Tale. 3


3452 38

world, mad kings, mad compofition

King Jobn. 2


3952 34

I am not mad-I would to heaven I were, for then it's like I should forget myself Ib. 3
If I were mad, I should forget my fon, or madly think a babe of clouts were he Ibid. 3
I am not mad; too well, too well I feel the different plague of each calamity
For he made me mad, to see him shine so brifk, and smell so sweet

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He's mad, that trufts in the tameness of a wolf, a horfe's health, a boy's love, or a whore's oath

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- as the fea, and wind, when both contend which is the mightier There the men are as mad as he

Madams. Our madams mock at us; and plainly say, our mettle is bred out; and they will give their bodies to the luft of English youth, to new store France with baftard warriors

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The madams, too, not us'd to toil, did almost sweat to bear the pride upon them

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Madding. This will witnefs outwardly, as strongly as the conscience does within, to the madding of her lord

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Merry Wives of Windjor.4 2 The venom clamours of a jealous woman poison more deadly than a mad dog's tooth


Comedy of Errors. 5 1
Measure for Meafure. 13


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Ibid. 3 2

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Ibid. 3 2

Com. of Errors. 3 I

All's Well.

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You're a made old man

Never defir'd it to be stirr'd; but oft have hindred, oft, the paffages made toward it

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