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CALCULATED TO POINT OUT THE DIFFERENT MEANINGS TO WHICH THE
WORDS ARE APPLIED.
REV. SA MU EL AYS COUGH . A.
AND ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM,
DU 3 LIN:
PRINTED FOR WILLIAM JONES, No. 86, DAME STREET.
The References are to the Play, Act, Scene, Page, Column, and Line: D.P. stands
for Dramatis Persona, and ch. for Chorus.
A. S. P. C.L. AARON. D. P.
Titus Andronicus.I | 8311 1 - His confession
Ibid. s 18511 37 His sentence A. B. G. Book. Then comes answer like A. B. C. book
. K. Fobn. 1 1 389 2 18 Abandon the society of this female; or Clown thou perilhest
As You Like it. s 1 246 1 16 Abandoned from your bed
Induc. to Taming of the Sbrew. - He hath abandoned his physicians
All's Well.lu -If the be so abandon'd to her sorrow
Twelfth Night." Abafe. And will the yet abase her eyes on me, that cropp'd the golden prime of this sweet prince
Richardiü. (1) 2 6372 33 Abate. O weary night, O long and tedious night, abate thy hours Mid. Night Dream. 31 2 189123 Abated. Deliver you as most abated captives
Cor.131 3 72615 Abatement. There's great abatement of kindnelsnedition charge
Lear. Abbies. Our abbies and our priories shall pay this expedition's charge
1 383 677 Abbots. "See thou shake the bags of hoarding abbots .
Ibid. Abel. Which blood like sacrificing Abel's cries - - Richard ii. || | 414/2/24 Abergavenny, Lord. D. P.
Henry viii. 16711 - committed to the tower
"Ibid. 1 3 674134 Abet. And you that do abet him in this kind cherish rebellion, and are rebels all R. č.2/ 3/ 42 Abborred. It is I that all the abhorred things o' the earth amend, by being worfel than they
Cymbeline.sl s 9252 Abborring. Let the water-fies blow me into abhorring
Ant. and Cleop. 21 Abbors. O how my heart abhors to hear him nam'd
Romeo and Juliet. 31 Abborfon. D.P.
Measure for Meafure. | Abide me, if thou dar'lt
· Mid. Nigbt Dream. - There's no virtue whipp'd out of the court; they cherish it to make it lay there, and yet it will no more but abide
Winter's Tale. 2 - Let no man abide this deed, but we the doers
Ful. Cefar. 31 If it be found so, fome will dear abide it
Ful. Cæfar. 31 Abides. Your provost knows the place where he abides - Meas for Meals 1 TOOI 24
Meal.for Measli 1 100 T 24 - Our separation so abides
Ant. und Cleop. 3771 2 16 Abject. His eye revil'd me as his abject object
Henry vür.d 1673 - We are the queen's abjects, and must obey
Richard ii. 16342 43 Abilities. Your abilities are too infant-like for doing much alone
Coriolanus. 12 - But altogether lacks the abilities that Rhodes is dress’d in
Oibello.1 31047 1 36 - I will do all my abilities in thy behalf
Othello. 3 3 10591 59 Ability. Out of my lean and low ability I'll lend you something Twelfth Night, 31 4 3261 2 - Any thing, my lord, that my ability may undergo and nobleness impofe Wint. Tale. [2/ 3/ 3431/41 Abism of hell
Ant. and Cleop. 311 789247 Asjure. Here abjure the taints and blames I laid upon myself . Macbeib.141 31 3812 No, rather I abjure all roofs
Lear. 21 41 9451 Abjured. For whose dear love, they say she hath abjur'd the light and company of men
Twelfth Night. I 2 3081 Abk. I'll able 'em
Lear.14 61 95826 Absaded the sudden breach
Henry vii. 1672 Abode. Your patience for my long abode
Merchant of Venice. 26 205 Abedements must not now affright us
3 Henry vi. 41 71 626 Abortive. Why should I joy in an abortive birth
Love's Labour L. 1 1481158 -If ever he have child abortive be it
Ricbard iii. 1 2! 633 218 Abertive pride
2 Henry vi.141 2 592111 4