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Slack. If then they chanc'd to flack you, we could controul them


And I am nothing flow to flack his hafte
Say, that they flack their duties

A. S. P. C. L. Lear. 214 945 149

Romeo and Juliet. 4 1 989 160

Slackly. That a king's children fhould be fo convey'd! fo flackly guarded
Slackness. And these thy offices, so rarely kind, are as interpreters of my behind-hand

Slain. Ay, almost flain, for he is taken prifoner

Slake. It could not flake mine ire, nor eafe my heart
Slander. Where your good word cannot advantage him, your flander never can enda-
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If he took you a box o' the ear, you might have your action of lives upon fucceffion; for ever hous'd, where't gets poffeffion His only gift is in devifing impoffible flanders

To flander mufick any more than once

I'll devife fome honeft flanders

Cymbeline. 1

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Winter's Tale.5 1

359 131

3 Henry vi. 4
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Chiefly by my villainy did confirm any flander that Don John had made
Change flander to remorse, that is fome good

Thy flander hath gone through and through her heart
She dy'd, my lord, but whiles her flander liv'd

There is no flander in an allowed fool, though he do nothing but rail Till I have told this flander of his blood, how God, and good men, liar

Ibid. 51 141245
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Twelfth N.15 311151

hate fo foul a
Richard ii. 1 14042 34
Ibid. 1 1415133
Ibid. 1 3 4182 3

Pierc'd to the foul, with flander's venom'd spear, the which no balm can cure
A partial slander sought I to avoid, and in the sentence my own life destroy'd
Exton, I thank thee not, for thou haft wrought a deed of flander, with thy fatal hand

Thou flander of thy mother's heavy womb
And for more flander to thy dismal feat, we give thee up our guiltless blood to drink

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But that flander, fir, is found a truth now
Whofe gall coins flanders like a mint
You fhall not find me, daughter, after the flander of most step-mothers Cymbeline. I

fo her judgment, that what's elfe rare, is choak'd
When flanders do not live in toħgues

Slander'd. Were you not then as cruel as the fentence that you have slander'd fo

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Rom. and Jul. 4 1 990120
K. John. 2 1

Two Gent. of Verona. 3 1


Merry W. of Wind 5 5
Tempeft.1 2



Over-weening ilave


Shylock's fpeech on the ftate of flaves

And let me be a flave, to atchieve that maid whofe fudden fight hath thrall'd my wounded eye

Mer. of Venice. 4 1 2152 5

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The flave, a member of the country's peace, enjoys it
How have you run from flaves that apes would beat
Mechanic flaves, with greasy aprons, rules and hammers, shall uplift us to the view

Ant. and Cleop.52

Thou art a slave, whom fortune's tender arm with favour never clafp'd Tim. of Ath. 4 3
That flaves your ordinance

Slaver with lips as common as the ftars that mount the capitol

Slaughter. Ay, and for much more flaughter after this

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Slaughter'd. In fuffering thus thy brother to be flaughter'd, thou fheweft the naked path-way to thy life

Slaughterhoufe. The uncleanly favours of a slaughter-houfe

His realm a flaughter houfe, his fubjects flain

As loth to bear me to the flaughter-house

Go, hie thee, hie thee from this flaughter-house

Slaughter-men. And join't with them will be thy laughter-men

Richard ii.1


K. Jobn.4 3 406219 3 Henry vi. 5 4 63025 Richard ii. 3 3 653221 Ibid. 41656a47

1 Henry vi. 3 3 558255.

Had he been flaughter-man to all any kin, 1 fhould not for my life but weep with


3 Henry vi. 1

4 60929 Slaughter

give thee all his reft

For debt that bankrupt sleep doth forrow owe

Slaughter-man. I'll be thy flaughter-man; fly frantick wretch

Ten, chac'd by one, are now each one the flaughter-man of twenty Slaughter's pencil. Over-stained, with flaughter's pencil

A. S. P. C. L.

Titus Andronicus.41 4 849|2|32|
Cymbeline. 5 3 921136
K. Jobn. 3 1 3981 42

Slaught'rer. Thou doft wrong me; as the flaught`rer doth, which giveth many wounds

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How fleek and wanton ye appear in every thing may bring my ruin Sleekly. Let their heads be sleekly comb'd

Sleep, a comforter, when it vifits forrow

The best of rest is fleep

Julius Cæfar. 5 5
Macbeth. 2 2 370 122

Hamlet.1 11000 1 145

He that drinks all night, and is hang'd betimes in the morning, may sleep the founder all the next day

His fleeps were hinder'd by thy railings

Macbeth. 3 2

374 2 20

Henry viii. 3 2

Tam. of the Shrew. 4 1
Tempeft. 2 1
Meaf. for Meaf. 31

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Grim death, how foul and loathfome is thine image

'Till o'er their brows death-counterfeiting sleep, with leaden and batty wings doth creep

that sometimes shuts up forrow's eye, steal me awhile from mine own company I have an expofition of fleep come upon me


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I come to bring him sleep

Winter's Tale.23 341259

Now o'er the one half world nature seems dead, and wicked dreams abufe the cur

Macbeth. 2 1

tain'd fleep

There's one did laugh in his sleep, and one cry'd murder


369 210 Ibid. 2 2 3701 2 Ibid. 2 2 370121

Shake off this downy fleep, death's counterfeit, and look on death itfelf

Ibid. 2 3 371150

Take paper forth, fold it, write upon it, read it, afterwards seal it, and again return

to bed; yet all this while in a most fast sleep

Ibid. 15


Draws the fweet infant breath of gentle fleep

Richard ii.1


Making fuch difference betwixt wake and fleep, as is the difference betwixt day

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kill thofe pretty eyes, and give as foft attachment to thy fenfes as infants empty of

all thought

thou ape of death, lie dull upon her

thou hast been a grandfire, and begot a father to me: and thou haft created a mother

Ibid. 5 4 922 260

If our father would fleep 'till I wak'd him, you should enjoy half his revenue for

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1 487 261

Antony and Cleop. 2

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The fault would not 'scape cenfure, nor the redrefes fleep dwell upon thine eyes, peace in thy breast

If I may truft the flattering truth of fleep

Romeo and Juliet.2 2 9771 37
Ibid. 15 I 993 158

Her body fleeps in Capulet's monument, and her immortal part with angels lives

Ibid. 5 1 994 110

In fleep I heard him fay,-sweet Desdemona, let us be wary, let us hide our loves

Sleeping. You ever have wifhed the fleeping of this business

Sleepy business. It is not fleepy business; but must be look'd to speedily,

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Sleeve-band. He fo chants to the sleeve-hand, and the work about the fquare on't

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A. S. P. C. L.

Winter's Tale. 4 2
Treilus and Creffida. 51
Merry W. of Windf
pittance T.of the Sbr. 4

Taming of the Shrew. 4
Lear. 3

Mer. Wives of Windfor. 1

Induc. to Taming of the Shrew.

Thou may'st slide from my shoulders to my heel with no greater a run but my head and neck

Sliding. Rather proved the fliding of your brother a merriment than a vice Meaf. for Meaf. 2 "Slight, I could fo beat the rogue

- will you make an afs of me Away, flight man

Slighted. The rogues flighted me into the river

Slightly. You have, by fortune, and his highness' favours, gone flightly o'er low fteps

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The king must take it ill, that he, fo flightly valu'd in his meffenger, fhould have him thus reftrain'd

Lear. 2 2 942 119

'Tis he, flink by and note him

Slime. An honeft man he is, and hates the flime that sticks on filthy deeds
Slink. We will flink away in fupper time

So his familiars from his buried fortunes flink all away

Slips. Without any flips of prolixity, or croffing the plain highway of talk
Let the world flip; we shall ne'er be younger

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Slipp'd. We, in pity of the gentle king, had flipp'd our claim until another age 3 H. vi. 2
If I could have remember'd a gilt counterfeit, thou would't not have flipp'd out of
my contemplation
Slipper. I do adore thy fweet grace's flipper


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Standing on flippers, (which in nimble haste had falsly thrust upon contrary feet)

Silppery. My wife is flippery

King Jubn.4
Winter's Tale.1

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And he that stands upon a flippery place,, makes nice of no vile hold to stay him

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Merch. of Venice. 2
As You Like It. 3

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Mer. of Ven. 3


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Twelfth Night. 3



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Our flippery people


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When they fall, as being flippery ftanders, the love that lean'd on them as flippery

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Slipt. If he had been as you, and you as he, you would have flipt like him
Sliver. She that herself will fliver and disbranch from her maternal fap, perforce muft

Lear. 4

There on the pendant boughs her convent weeds clambering to hang, an envious fliver broke

Sliver'd. Slips of yew, fliver'd in the moon's eclipfe

Hamlet. 4 71033114 Macbeth. 4 1 378 115

Slobbery. But I will fell my dukedom, to buy a flobbery and a dirty farm, in that nookfhotten ifle of Albion

Slops. As a German, from the waist downwards, all flops


Disfigure not his flop

Henry v.35 522264 Mu. Ado Ab. Noth. 3 2 133128 Love's Labor Lafi 4 3 160112 2 476 130 Stop.

What faid master Dombledon, about the fattin for my short cloak and flops 1 H. iv.

Slop. Bon jour! there's a French falutation to your French slop.

A. S. P. C. L.

Romeo and Juliet.[2] 4 978|2|31

Sloth. Wearinefs can fnore upon the flint, when refty floth finds the down pillow hard

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Slower. To leave this keen encounter of our wits, and fall fomewhat into a flower method

Slubber. Slubber not bufinefs for my fake

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You must therefore be content to flubber the glofs of your new fortunes
Slug. Fie, what a flug is Haftings! that he comes not
Sluggard. 'Cry mercy, lords, and watchful gentlemen, that you have ta'en a tardy
fluggard here

Mer. of Venice. 2
Othello. I

Richard iii. 31

31049 2 5 648 147

Ibid. 5 3

Sluggardiz'd at home

Two Gent. of Verona. 1

6681 8 I 23110

Sluic'd. Holds his wife by the arm, that little thinks he hath been fluic'd in his abfence

out his innocent foul through ftreams of blood Slumbers.

Winter's Tale. I
Richard ii.1

2 336122 1414223

In thy faint flumbers, I by thee have watch'd, and heard thee murmur tales of iron wars

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O murd'rous lumber! lay'ft thou thy leaden mace upon my boy, that plays thee mufick

That I may flumber in eternal fleep

When will this fearful flumber have an end

Slumbry. In this flumbry agitation

Jul. Cæfar. 4 3 761215
Titus Andronicus.2 5 841120
Ibid. 3 1 843242
Macbeth. 51 383115

Titus Andronicus. 4 1 845221
Cym. 1 7 8992 6

Slunk. Or flunk not Saturnine, as Tarquin erft, that left the camp to fin in Lucrece
Sluttery, to fuch neat excellence oppos'd, should make defire vomit emptiness
Sluttifh. Truly, fortune's displeasure is but fluttish, if it smell fo
speak'ft of

Set them down for fluttish fpoils of opportunity

Sluttifonefs. Praised be the gods for thy foulnefs, fluttishness may

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ftrongly as thou
All's Well 5 2 3021 5
Troi. and Creff 4 5 881248
come hereafter

As You Like It. 3 3 238245

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Meaf. for Meaf.2 2
All's Well. 2 3 287254

Thou haft to pull at a smack of the contrary
Nothing she does, or feems, but fmacks of fomething greater than herfelf
So well thy words become thee, as thy wounds! they (mack of honour both
For it is but a baftard to the time, that doth not fmack of obfervation
it not fomething of the policy

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W. Tale. 4 3 3511
Mach.1 2 364118
K. Jobn. 11 38% / 2!
Ibid. 2 2 394, 39

Your lordship, though not clean past your youth, hath yet some smack of age in you

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Smalos. Where the warlike Smalos, that noble honour'd lord, is fear'd, and lov'd W. Tale. 5
Smatter with your goffips, go

Smear'd. Who smear'd thus, and mir'd with infamy

Triumphant death, smear'd with captivity

Smells. He fmells April and May


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Romeo and Juliet.35
Much Ado Ab. Noth. 4

1 1382 4

1 Henry vi. 4 7 5641 1

Merry Wives of Windf.3 2

There was the rankest compound of villainous smell that ever offended noftri Ibid. 35 of calumny

Thou lofeft thy old smell

You fmell this bufinef; with a fenfe as cold as is a dead man's nofe

I fmell it; upon my life, it will do well

Go, thrust him out at gates, and let him smell his way to Dover
Thy counsel, lad, smells of no cowardice

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8624 44

Meal for Meaf. 2 41
As You Like It.1 2 2261 4
Winter's Tale. 2 1 34 155
1 Henry iv.13 4472 31
Lear 3 7 952218
Titus Andronicus.[2] 1 837|2|26


Smell. Do you smell a fault

Smelling fo fweetly (all mufk) and so rusling

Smiles. Bestow thy fawning fmiles on equal mates

Loofe now and then a scatter'd smile, and that I'll live upon

If you should fmile, he grows impatient

I do pity his diftreffes in my fmiles of comfort


A. S. P. C. L.

Merry W. of Wind. 2
Two Gent. of Verona. 3
As You Like It. 3

Induc. to Tam. of the Shrew.

If thou entertaineft my love, let it appear in thy fmiling, thy fmiles become thee


And making practis'd smiles, as in a looking-glafs
Where we are, there's daggers in men's fmiles

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Where I first bow'd my knee unto this king of smiles, this Bolingbroke

When time fhall ferve, there fhall be fmiles

Who durft smile, when Warwick bent his brow

- I can fmile, and murder while I fmile

They smile at me, who fhortly shall be dead

Methought I ftood not in the smile of heaven

With a kind of smile, which ne'er came from the lungs

And fmiles in fuch a fort, as if he mock'd himself

And fome, that fmile, have in their hearts, I fear, millions of mischief
He fmiles valiantly

They were used to bend, to fend their fmiles before to Achilles

Sit, gods, upon your thrones, and smile at Troy

An thou can'ft not smile as the wind fits, thou'lt catch cold shortly

you my speeches as I were a fool

Her fmiles and tears were like a better day
One may fmile, and fmile, and be a villain

Macbeth. 2 3 372125

I Hen. iv. 1
Henry v.2 I
3 Henry vi. 3 2
Ibid. 5 2

Richard iii. 3 4 652244

Henry viii. 2 4 685236
Coriolanus. I 170426
Jul. Cafar.1 2 744 118
Ibid. 4

Troil. and Creffida.1 2860123
Ibid. 3 3 875155
Ibid. 5 11 890244
Lear.1 4 935248
Ibid. 2 2941 142

Ibid. 4 3 955 39 Hamlet.1 51007243

Smiling. Thus fmiling, as fome fly had tickled flumber; not as death's dart

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Richard iii. 4
Merchant of Venice. 3
Winter's Tale. 1

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Snaffle. The third o' the world is yours; which, with a fnaffle, you

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Ant. and Cleo. 2

Snails. Love's feeling is more foft, and fenfible, than are the tender horns of cockled fnails

Love's Labor Loft.14 31 163/2/54

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