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Alliance. Good lord, for alliance

Is this the alliance that he feeks with France Allicbolly. She is given to allicholly and mufing

Alligator. An alligator stuff'd, and other skins of ill-fhap'd fishes

All-bollond eve.

All-licens'd fool.

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Much Ado Abt. Noth.|2| 1| 128126
3 Henry vi. 3 3 621117

Merry W. of Windfor. 1 4 51215
Rom. and Juliet. 51 994138
Meaf. for Measure. 2 1 81135
Lear. 14 936149

Allot. Five days we do allot thee for provision to shield thee
world
Allottery. Give me the poor allottery my father left me by teftament: with that I
will go buy my fortunes

Allow. That will allow me very worth his fervice

If your sweet sway allow obedience

from difafters of the

Lear. I

19311 31

As You Like It.1
Twelfth Night.
Lear. 2 4
Cor. 3 2
Othello. 2 11051|2|57

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944 241

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Allowance. But bastards and fyllables, of no allowance, to your bofom's truth

- His pilot of very expert and approv'd allowance
Aliv'd. Generally allow'd, for your many war-like, court-like and learned prepara-
tions

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All-feer. That high all-feer whom I dally'd with hath turn'd my feigned prayer on my head

All-foals. All-foul's day is my body's dooms'-day

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Much Ado About Nothing 2 3 130 220
Coriolanus. 5 5 737261
Cymbeline. 2 3 903237

Let your study be, to content your lord; who hath receiv'd you at fortune's alms

Lear. I 1932 143 Love's Lab. Loft.5 1 1651 7

Alm's-basket. They have lived long on the alm's-basket of words
Alms-deed. Murder is thy alms-deed; petitioner for blood thou ne'er putt'st back

Alms-drink. They have made him drink alms-drink
Alms-man's gown. My gay apparel, for an alms-man's gown

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You, his false hopes, the truft of England's honour, keep off aloof with worthlefs emulation

Stand'ft thou aloof upon comparison

Hence, and stand aloof

-Whate'er thou hear'ft or fee'ft ftand all aloof

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1 Hen. vi. 4 4 562228 Ibid. 5 5 5691 6 Romeo and Juliet. 5 3 994263 Ibid. 5 3 995131 Ibid. 5 3 997 238

Alphabet. But I of thefe, will wreft an alphabet, and by still practice, learn to know the meaning

Titus Andronicus. 3 2 844 218

Alps. And talking of the Alps and Apennines, the Pyrenean and the river Po

K. John. 1389 224

And meet him were I ty'd to run a foot, even to the frozen ridges of the Alps

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Whofe low vaffal seat the Alps doth spit and void his rheum upon Altars. To whose ingrate and unaufpicious altars my foul the faithfull'ft offerings hath breath'd out

And to his hand when I deliver her think it an altar

Alter. There is no power in the tongue of man to alter me

Twelfth Night.5 1 329252 Troilus and Creffid. 4 3 879233 Merch. of Venice. 41 216 252

Alteration. How chances mock, and changes fill the cup of alteration with divers liquors

He's full of alteration, and self-reproving

That the affrighted globe should yawn at alteration

2 Henry iv. 3 1 488147
Lear. 51 961 1 20
Othello. 5 2 1076/256
Altbea.

Althea. Away, you rafcally Althea's dream, away

Therefore hence, amain

Doth march amain to London

dream'd fhe was deliver'd of a fire-brand, and therefore I call him her dream

A. S. P. C. L.

2 Henry iv. 21 21 482|1|15

Amain. From Ireland am I come, amain

As did the fatal brand Althea burnt, unto the princes heart of Calydon 2 Hen. vi. 1 Altitude. And to be partly proud, which he is even to the altitude of his virtue

Ten mafts at each make not the altitude, which thou haft perpendicularly fallen

Lear. 4

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2 Henry vi. 31

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3 Henry vi. 2 5

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Ibid. 4 8

627 138

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Titus Andronicus. 4 4

Merry W.of Windfor. 2 2

1 Henry iv. 2

As You Like It. 1
Cymbeline.
Mid.Night's Dream. 4
Winter's Tale. 5
Merry W. of Wind. 4

Tempeft. 1 2

3 919145

Meaf. for Meaf. 4 2

of your doubtful

Amazon. The bouncing amazon, your buskin'd mistress, and your warrior love
K. John. 51 407 154
Mid. Night's Dream.2
-Your own ladies and pale-vifag'd maids, like Amazons, come tripping after
drums

Thou art an Amazon, and fighteft with the fword of Debora -belike, fhe minds to play the Amazon Amazonian. How ill-befeeming is it in thy fex, to triumph like an amazonian trull

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Amazonian cbin. When with his amazonian chin, he drove the bristled lips before him

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Henry v.

2 Henry vi. 3
Henry viii.

Ibid 4 678 119

Ant. and Cleap.

Hamlet.

767

999

Love's L. Loft.4 3 161150

Taming of the Shrew. 4 3 2711 3

Henry v.51537232

Romeo and Juliet. 5 3 997130
Hamlet. 1 510082 34
Tempeft. 21

Merry W. of Wind. 3 3

Art not without ambition, but without the illness fhould attend it

I have no spur to prick the fides of my intent, but only vaulting ambition
Thriftlefs ambition that will ravin up, thine own life's means

Ill-weav'd ambition, how much art thou shrunk

Go forward and be choak'd with thy ambition

Choak'd with ambition of the meaner fort

Tongue-ty'd ambition

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60155 Macbeth. 15 366 244 Ibid. 17 368 123 Ibid. 2 4 372229

1 Henry iv. 5 4 471211 1 Henry vi.2 455329 Ibid. 25 5542 52 Richard .3 7 6551 52

Thy ambition, thou scarlet fin, robb'd this bewailing land of noble Buckingham

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Cæfar's ambition, which swell'd fo much, that it did almost stretch the fides o' the world

No blown ambition doth my arms incite

Cymbeline. 31 906 245
Lear. 4 4 9561 4

I hold ambition of fo airy and light a quality, that it is but a shadow's shadow Ham. 2 210131 5

Ambition.

Ambition. And thews a most pitiful ambition in the fool that uses it

Whofe fpirit, with divine ambition puft

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Julius Cafar. 1 grievously hath

3 745 139

Farewell the plumed troop, and the big wars, that make ambition virtue Ambitious ocean

Cæfar was ambitious; if it were so, it was a grievous fault, and
Cæfar answered it

The very fubftance of the ambitious is merely the fhadow of a dream
Amble. You jig, you amble, and you lisp

Ibid. 3 2 755230 Hamlet. 2 210131 2 Ibid. 3 11018|1|18.

Ambled. The skipping king, he ambled up and down with shallow jesters, and rash bavin wits

Ambles. Your wit ambles well, it goes eafily

Amiling. To ftrut about a wanton ambling nymph

Give me a torch, I am not for this ambling

Ambush. Who may, in the ambush of my name, strike home
Yet, who would have suspected an ambush where I was taken?
Once did I lay an ambush for your life

And fee the ambush of our friends be ftrong

1 Henry iv. 32 460 150 Much Ado About Nothing.5 1 142225 Richard iii. 1 16341 3 Romeo and Juliet.1 4 972 125Meaf. for Meaf. 4 78249 All's Well. 4 3 299219 Richard .11 414258 Tit. And. 5 3 853240 Merch. of Venice.31 208 247 Macbeth. 2 2 370111 K. John. 31. 397 24Richard ii. 1 3 417130

Amen. Let me fay amen betimes, left the devil cross thy prayer
I could not fay, amen, when they did say, god bless us
Good father Cardinal, cry thou, amen, to my keen curfes
Strong as a tower in hope I cry amen

God fave the king!—will no man say, Amen

Marry and amen

Ibid. 41433124 Romeo and Juliet.4 5 9922 E 1 Hen. iv.33 461247 Midf. N. Dream.5 2196228 Induc. to Taming of the Shrew. 2/254/144

Amend. Do thou amend thy face, and I'll amend my life
Amends. And Robin fhall restore amends

Now, Lord, be thanked for my good amends

America upon her nofe

Comedy of Errors.3

2

1.11 242

Ames-ace. I had rather be in this choice, than throw ames-ace for my life All's Well. 2
Amiable. To lay an amiable fiege to the honesty of this Ford's wife
Amiens. D. P.
Aminta.

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M.W.of Wind.2
As You Like It.
Antony and Cleopatra. 3 6 783115

Amifs. For that, which thou haft fworn to do amifs, is't not amifs, when it is truly done

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The amity, that wisdom knits not, folly may easily untye How, in one houfe, fhould many people, under two commands, hold amity Lear. 2 4 945144 Amorous. For, but I be deceiv'd, our fine musician groweth amorous

Taming of the Shrew.3

I will believe (come lie thou in my arms) that unsubstantial death is amorous

Amart. What, fweeting all amort

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Romeo and Juliet. 5 3 99613 Taming of the Shrew. 4 3 270239

A-mart. Now where's the bastard's braves, and Charles his gleeks? what all a-mort

Ample. I know your hoftess as ample as myself

-

Shall not behold her face at ample view

You fee, my lord, how ample you are belov'd

Now and then an ample tear trill'd down her delicate cheek

1 Henry vi. 3 2 558118 All's Well. 3 5 292233 Twelfth Night.1| I 3072 9 Timon of Ath. 1 2 808119 Lear. 4 3 955132 Cymb. 16 898137 Lear. 5 3 964|2|13 Henry vii.41 693137 2 Henry iv.5 2 502210

Amplify Is't not meet that I did amplify my judgment in other conclufions

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Ibid. 23 130 220

Taming of the Shrew. 4 4 272 227
Titus Andronicus.2 1837 115
Ibid. 4846

Should I anatomize him to thee as he is, I muft blush and weep, and thou must look pale and wonder

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Love's Labor Loft. 4

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Apatemiz'd. The wife man's folly is anatomiz'd even by the fquandring glances of the fool

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— And rouse from sleep that fell anatomy, which cannot hear a lady's feeble voice

Anatomized. I would gladly have him fee his company anatomized

Anatomy. A meer anatomy

If you find fo much blood in his liver as will clog the foot of a flea, I'll eat the reft of the anatomy

A. S. P. C.L. All's Well.41 3| 297|1|38

Comedy of Errors. 5 1

1191 3

Twelfth Night. 3 2

3221 4

In what vile part of this anatomy doth my name lodge? Ancestors that come after him

Anceftry. For being not propt by ancestry (whose grace chalks fucceffors their way)

Anchifes. As did Æneas old Anchifes bear

Anchor is deep

Anchors. Whilft my intention hearing not my tongue-anchors on Isabel

King John. 3
Rom. and Jul. 3

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There would he anchor his aspect, and die, with looking on his life Ant. and Cleop. 1 5
Then is all fafe, the anchor's in the port

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Ancient. Ten times more dishonourably ragged, than an old fac'd ancient

And I, fir, (blefs the mark!) his moorship's ancient

2

Hamlet. 3 21020250 Richard iii. 4 4 6612 9

110441

1 Hen. iv. 4 2 465211
Othello. I
Lear. 51 9612 13

Ancient of war. Let us then determine with the ancient of war on our proceedings

Ancientry. Full of state and ancientry

Much Ado About Nothing.2
Andirons. Her andirons (I had forgot them) were two winking Cupids of silver

Andramadio. Of Dun Andramadio
Andrew. And fee my wealthy Andrew deck'd in fand, vailing her high-top lower
than her ribs, to kiss her burial

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Titus Andronicus.

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Ibid. 13

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➡ As make the angels weep; who with our spleens would all themselves laugh mortal

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- An angel shalt thou fee. Yet fear not thou, but speak audaciously
An angel is not evil; I fhould have fear'd her, had she been a devil
What angel wakes me from my flowery bed
Mid. Night's Dream. 3
-They have in England a coin, that bears the figure of an angel stamped in gold; but
that's infculp'd upon; but here an angel in a golden bed lyes all within

At laft I spied an ancient angel coming down the hill
What angel fhall blefs this unworthy husband

are bright ftill, though the brightest fall

Merchant of Venice 2 206 2 55 Tam. of the Sbrew. 4 2 2692 53 All's Well. 3 4 292 124 Macbetb. 4 3 380|2|34 Ricb. ii. 3 2 427 116 1 Henry iv. 4 2 465|1|41| 2 Henry iv. 24487143

If angels fight, weak men must fall, for heaven still guards the right
This bottle makes an angel

There is a good angel about him,-but the devil out-bids him too
An angel is like you, Kate, and you are like an angel

More wonderful, when angels are so angry

Ye have angels faces, but heaven knows your hearts
Sir, as I have a foul, fhe is an angel

Capable of our flesh, few are angels

For Brutus, as you know, was Cæfar's angel

But, near him, thy angel becomes a fear

Courtiers, as free, as debonair unarm'd, as bending angels

Henry v. 5 2 539 129 Richard iii. 1 2 636116 Henry viii. 31 687 248 Ibid. 4 1693 234 Ibid. 5 2 699121

Julius Cæfar. 3 2 756212 Ant. and Cleop. 2 3 777 113

Trai, and Cress:|1| 3| 863|2|50

Angelio

Angels. "Tis thought, the old man and his fons were angels

and minifters of grace defend us!

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Cymbeline.15 3 9212 21
Hamlet. 1 4 1006 128

- I tell thee churlish priest, a miniftring angel fhall my fifter be, when thou lieft howling

O, the more angel she, and you the blacker devil!

Angel-like perfection

Hamlet. 5 11036 1 4
Othello 5 2 1077 134

How angel-like she fings

2 Gent. of Verona. 2 4
Cymbeline. 4 2

30147

915118

Angel. [a piece of money.] Here are the angels that you sent for, to deliver you

Comedy of Errors. 4 3

Noble, or not I for an angel

Much Ado About Notb. 2 3

1142 20 1292 6

Angels. Imprifoned angels, set at liberty

King Jobn. 3 3

3992 6

2 Henry iv. 1

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Comedy of Errors.
Tempeft. 41

103

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Angel. You follow the young prince up and down like his ill angel

Your ill angel is light; but, I hope, he that looks upon me will take me without

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Measure for Measure.

is like a full hot horfe; who being allow'd his way, felf mettle tires May be, he hears the king does whet his anger to him

➡'s my meat; I fup upon myself, and so shall starve with feeding Never anger made good guard for itself

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him Henry viii. 1

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Ibid. 3 2 689148

Coriolanus. 4 2 7272 6 Ant. and Cleop. 4790147 Tim. of Atb. 3 5 816239 Cymb.1 2 895153

But that my mafter rather play'd than fought, and had no help of anger

But anger hath a privilege

Touch me with noble anger

Nay then come on, and take the chance of anger

Angiers. Citizens of. D. P.

Lear. 2 2 491 129
Ibid. 2 4 945224
Ibid. 3 7 952135

K. Jobn.

Addrefs of King John to the Citizens of Angiers, on his right to the Crown of

England

King of France's address in behalf of the right of Arthur

Angle. So angle we for Beatrice

She knew her distance, and did angle for me

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But, I fear, the angle that plucks my fon thither
And by his face, this feeming brow of justice, did he win the hearts of all that he

did angle for

And fell fo roundly to a large confeffion, to angle for your thoughts
Throws out his angle for my proper life

Angled. One of the prettieft touches of all, and that which
(caught the water, though not the fish)

Angling. The pleasant'st angling is to fee the fish cut with her ftream, and greedily devour the treacherous bait

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- I am angling now, though you perceive me not how I give line Angry. Redeem your brother from the angry law?

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Being angry, he doth forget that ever he heard the name of death
There's matter in't indeed, if he be angry

Anguish. Is there no play to ease the anguish of a torturing hour
Whofe power will close the eye of anguish

Why then your other senses grow imperfect by your eyes anguish

Angus. D. P.

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Coriolanus. 3 1 7221 7

Othello. 3 3

1066 121

Mid. Night's Dr. 5 1

1922 16

Lear. 4 4

955 2 47

Ibid. 4

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Macbeth.

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Merchant of Venice. 4 1

2152 52

1 Henry vi.
2 Henry vi. 1

543 1572 1 35

Ibid.

1

I 572 2 40

Merry Wives of Wind. 2 I 53 2/20
Love's Lab. Loft. 4

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of men

Ibid. 41 5911 34

Anna. That art to me as fecret and as dear, as Anna to the Queen of Carthage was

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