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Henry v. 2,cb 51410) - The armourers accomplishing the knights, with busy hammers closing rivets up

Ibid. 4. cb 527 || 4 - Thou art the armourer of my heart

Ant. and Cleop. 44 719/2/22 Arms (of the body) in this sad knot

Tempeft. 1 2 My arms such cel-skins stuft

K. Jobr. 1 389116 How quickly fould this arm of mine, now prisoner to the palfy, chastise thee

Ricbard ii. 21 31 425 120 Whose arms were moulded in their mother's wombs

i Henry iv. 1 1 442 111 - Their arms are set like clocks, still to Atrike on

1 Henry vi. 1 2 545 2148 And pithless arms like to a wither'd vine

Ibid. 21 5 55312 48 This arm is for the duke of York, and this for Rutland; both bound to revenge

3 Henry vi. 21 31 613248 While life upholds this arm, this arm upholds the house of Lancaster Mine arm is like a blasted sapling wither'd up

Ricbard ii. 3) 41 652159 The arm our soldier

Coriolanus. 1

170412 16 For he can do no more than Cæsar's arm, when Cæsar's head is off 7. Cafar. 2 748214

And dare avow her beauty and her worth in other arms than hers Troil. and Crep 3 864 132 - Strike in their numb’d and mortify'd bare arms pins, wooden pricks, nails, sprigs of rosemary

Lear. 2) 3) 9422/24 Was he (Adam) a gentleman ?-He was the first that ever bore arms Hamlet. 5) 110332132 Arms (Coats of.) From mine own windows torn my houshold coats Ricbard ii. 3) 1 426130 Of England's coat one half is cut away

1 Henry vi.fi 1 544/2 12 And if no gentleman, why, then no arms

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 2

1 2621117 Arms (weapons.) And arms her with the boldness of a wife

Winter's Tale. 21 0 336110 . And then our arms, like to a muzzled bear

K. Jobr. 2 1 3922155 You came in arms to spill mine enemies blood, But now in arms you strengthen it with yours

Ibid. 3) 1 397 1114 To whip this dwarfish war, these pigmy arms

Ibid. 5) 21 409 112 And grating Ihock of wrathful iron arms

Ricbard č. 11 31 4172 10 To fright our native peace with self born arms

Ibid. 2/ 3/ 424|2|57 - The king of heaven forbid, our lord the king Mould so with civil and uncivil arms be rush'd upon

Ibid. 3) 31 429 1160 - The arms are fair, when the intent for bearing them are just

1 Henry iv.s) 2 4692134 - Instead of gold we'll offer up our arms; fince arms avail not, now that Henry's dead

i Henry vi.lt 1544136 - Our bruised arms hung up for monuments

Ricbard ii. 1 1 6332) 2 Our strong arms be our conscience

Ibid. 5 3 668 2 47 Come arm him

Cymbeline. 41 21 91911 : I must change arms at home and give the distaff into my husband's hand Lear. 4) 2 98411/26 - you, I pray you to this speedy voyage

Hamlet.31 310222154 Army. A whole army shooting at me

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11 127/2/18 His army is a ragged multitude of hinds and peasants, rude and merciless 2 Hen.v.14 41 595|1|23 Army of good words

Mercb. of Venice. 3/ 5214 12 Arcint, thee, witch! the rump-fed ronyon cries

Macbetb. 1/3 3642) 5 A-row. Beaten the maids a-row

Comedy of Errors. 51118 1149 Arent thee, witch, aroynt thee

Lear. 31 41 949 1118 Arragon. Then go I toward Arragon

Mucb Ado About Nerbing:13 2 1322 47 Arragon, Prince of. D. P.

Mercb. of Venice. 197 Arraign. I'll teach you how you Mall arraign your conscience Meas. for Meas: 2 3

8412151 Arraigning his unkindness with my soul

Orbello. 31 4 10661 36 Arras. I will ensconce me behind the arras

Merry W. of Windsor. 3 3 I whipt me behind the arras

Much Ado about Nothing: 1 3/ 12528 In cypress chests my arras

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1 263434 Heat me these irons hot, and look thou stand within the arras King Jobr.4/1 401163 Go hide thee behind the arras

3 Henry iv. 2 41 4561154 The arras figures

Cymbeline. 22 902141 Be you and I behind an arras

Hamler. 2 2 101112133 Behind the arras I'll convey myself

Ibid. 3) 3102311 5 Array. Who gave me fresh array and entertainment

As You Like It. 41 3] 2451|15 Put on your best array

Ibid. 5 2 24612151 Is marching hitherward in proud array

2 Henry vi. 41 91 5981115 Set not thy sweet heart on proud array

Lear. 31 41 94812135 In all her best array bear her to church

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Meas. for Meal.121 41 862|16 him at my suit

Com. of Errors. 4 1 113115 Thou hast suborn'd the goldsmith to arrest me

Ibid./41 4) 1152156 We arrest your word

Love's Labor Loft. 2 1 1532 -7 I do arrest thee, traitor, of high treason

2 Henry iv. 4 2 4961-3 Arrivance. For every minute is expectancy of more arrivance

Otbello.2

1 1051 2 49 Arrogance. Baftes his arrogance with his own seam

Troilus and Cressida. 2 31 870141 Supple knees feed arrogance

Ibid. 3 3 8751129 Arrow. Of this matter is little Cupid's crafty arrow made Much Ado About Notb. 3 1 131 252 Some Cupid kills with arrows, fome with traps

Ibid.31 1 132229 Swifter than arrow from the tartar's bow

Mid. Night's Dream. 31 2 1861 13 If you please to shoot another arrow that self way which you did shoot the first

Merch. of Venice. I 1991 Mould, in their own confines, with forked heads, have their round haunches gor'd

As You Like Ir. 2 1 229 133 - fied not swifter towards their aim, than did our soldiers, aiming at their safety, fly from the field

2 Henry iv. 1 1 4751/17 Do you think me a swallow, an arrow, or a bullet

i Henry iv. 4 31 469 24 As many arrows, loosed several ways, Ay at one mark

Henry voli 21 512252 So that my arrows, too Nightly timber'd for so loud a wind, would have reverted to my bow again

Hamlet. 41 7 1031 2 2 That I have thot my arrow o'er the house and hurt my brother

Ibid. 5) 21040115 Art. If by your art, my dearest father, you have put the wild waters in this roar, allay them

Tempeft. 1

21 26 His art is of such power, it would controul my dam's god Setebos

Ibid. 1 52142 The art of our neceflities is itrange, that can make vile things precious Lear. 31 2 947 151 Now art thou Romeo; now art thou what thou art, by art as well as by nature

Romeo and Juliet. 21 4 979123 Artemidorus. D. P.

Julius Cæfar.

741) Arteries. Universal plodding prisons up the nimble spirits in the arteries Love's L.L.4 3 1632 22 Artbur, duke of Bretagne. D. P.

K. Jobro . duke of Bretagne, his claim to the crown of England by the ambassador of France

Ibid. 1

13871/16 Prodigies supposed to be seen on account of his death

Ibid. 4) 2404 2 38 Nay, sure, he's not in hell; he's in Arthur's bosom

Henry v. 2 3] 517234 Article. And so thou Mould't not alter the article of thy gentry Mirry W.of Windsor. 2 52113

But, in the verity of extolment, I take him to be a soul of great article Hamlet. 5 21038/2/17 Or else it would have galld his furly nature which easily endures' not article tying him to aught

Corislanus. 23) 7181145 Articulate. Send us to Rome the best, with whom we may articulate

Ibid. 1 91 7111136 Articulated. These things, indeed, you have articulated

i Henry iv. 51 1 4681141 Artillery. Turn thou the mouth of thy artillery; As we will ours against these saucy walls

K. Jobn.22 3941 47 Art. Boys of art, I have deceiv'd you both

Merry W.of Windsor. 31 1

582154 Well fitted in the arts

Love's Labor Lot.2 1 152 153 Fair Padua nursery of arts

Taming of the Shrew. I Il 25517 O, had I but follow'd the arts !-then hadft thou bad an excellent head of hair

Twelftb Night. 1 3 309|210 One that feeds on objects arts and imitations

Julius Cæfar.417581132 Arts-man. Arts-man, præambula; we will be fingled from the barbarous Love'sL.Loft. 51 1651 49 Arviragus. D. P.

Cymbelinc.

893) As You Like I'T, Alcanius. To fit and witch me, as Ascanius did

2 Henry vi. 3) 21 5881 1 Ascapari. As Bevis of Southampton fell upon Ascapart

Ibid. 2 3 582 1114 Aflaunt. There is a willow grows ascaunt the brook

Hamler. 4. 71033|!| 7 Alienfior-1,2. That, ere the next ascension-day at noon, your higliness should deliver up your crown

K. Job. 4) 21 404 161 Did not the prophet say, that, before afcenfion-day at noon, my crown I Mould give off

Ibid. 524071/43 Afcent. His ascent is not by such easy degrees as those who have been supple, and courteous to the people

Coriolanus. 2 21 7151 2 Ahes. My ashes, as the phenix, may bring forth a bird that will revenge upon you all

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. Who from the facred ashes of her honour, shall star-like rise Henry viie's 41 70212 5 Pale as a hes

Romeo and Juliet. 3! 2 98440 Abs. Oft have I seen a timely parted ghoft, of ashy femblance

2 Henry vi. 31 2 588158 Afk. That will ask some tears in the true performing of it Mid. Night's Dream. I 2 1781120 What Mall you ask of me, that I'll deny; that honour sav'd, may upon asking give

Twelftb Nigbr. 3 4 324 223 Akance. Thou canst not look askance, nor bite the lip, as angry wenches will

Taming of the Shrew. 2 | 262 142 Afketb. The business asketh silent secrecy

2 Henry vi. 11 2 5742 50 My bufiness asketh haste

Taming of the Sbreuv. 2 1 2611 20 Amatb, a spirit

i Herry vi. 1| 4| 577217 Apect. If you will jest with me, know my aspect

Comedy f Errors. 2

2 10739 Some other mistress hath thy sweet aspects

Ibid. 2 2 107 2160 This aspect of mine hath fear'd the valiant

Mercbant of Venice. 2 1

202 128 That close aspect of his does thew the mood of a much troubled breast K. John. 4 2 4032135 But taking note of thy abhorr'd aspect

Ibid. 4 2 405122 Thy sad afpe&t, hath from the number of his banish'd years, pluck'd four away

Richard ii. 1 31 4181127 Malevolent to you in all aspects

i Henry iv. 1 1 442232 With an aspect of iron, that, when I come to woo ladies, I fright them Henry v. 52 540132 Wherefore frowns he thus ? 'tis his aspect of terror

Henry viii. 5! 2 69712/17 There would he anchor his aspect, and die with looking on his life Ant. and Cle:p.1 5772256 Put on a most importunate aspect, a visage of demand

Timon of Arbins.[

2181011 Under the allowance of your grand aspect

Lear. 2
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Tempeft.40

16138 Afpicious. Our watch have, indeed, comprehended two aspicious persons

Mucb Ado About Nothing. 3 51 136253 Aspick. Have I the aspick in my lips

Ant. and Cleop.52 80112/31 Apicks-tongues.

0:bello. 3 3 10641152 Aspiration. That spirit of his in aspiration lifts him from the earth Troilus ard Creffida. 4 5 8811152 Asprick. This is an asprick's trail

Antony und Cleopatra. 5 2 802 2 18 Aspired. That gallant spirit hath aspir'd the clouds

Remeo and Juliet. 3 1 982247 A-Squint. That eye, that told you lo, look'd but a-squint

Lear. 51 31 963113 Afs. Thrice double ass

Tempeft. 5 1 22 127 Thou whorson ass

2 Gentlemen of Verona. 2 5 321115 If thou be'st not an ass, I am a youth of fourteen

All's Well. 2 3 2861235 Page is an ass, a secure ass

Merry Wives of Windsor. 22 5612 31 · I do begin to perceive that I am made an ass

Ibid. 515

7212113 If thou art chang'd to ought, 'tis to an ass='Tis true the rides me and I long for grafs

Comedy of Errors.12 2 1081234 I am an ass, indeed: you may prove it, by my long ears

Ibid. 4! 4 115 1156 · I think thou art an ass

Ibid.31 1 1021124 Do not forget to specify when time and place Mall ferve that I am an ass

Much Ado About Nothing. 5 1 143!26 I see their knavery: this is to make an ass of me

Mid. Night's Dream. 31 184138 - I am such a tender ass, if my hair do but tickle me, I must scratch

Ibid. 4 1 1891248 Methought I was enamour'd of an ass

Ibid. 41 1

IGO 145 Man is but an ass, if he go about to expound this dream

Ibid. 41 I

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Ibid. 51

19511134 Asses are made to bear, and so are you

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Ibid. 3 2 3211211 I was not made a horse, and yet I bear a burden like an ass

Richard 11.5 51 439136 By Cheshu, he is an ass, as in the 'orlek

Henry v. 512 521725 When I find the ass in compound with the major part of your fyllables Corislarus. 21 1712 2 3 He shall bat bear them as the ass bears gold

Julius Cæfar. 41 17581115 The ass more captain than the lion

Timon of Athens. 3 51 816232 If thou wert the ass, thy duiness would torment thee

Ibid. 41 382311146 • What a thing it is to be an ass

Titus Andronicus. 4 2 8461216 That such a crafty devil as his mother should yield the world this ass Cymbeline. 2 190112151 May not an ass know when the cart draws the horse

Liar. 11 4 937119 - Thy affes are gone about 'em

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Hamlet.151 1f103312159 And will as tenderly be led by the nose as asses are

Otbello. Il 310512115 Make the Moor thank me, love me, and reward me, for making him egregiously an ars

Ibid. 2 11054/2/10 Ass®-bead. You see an ass' head of your own; do you ? Mid. Night's Dream.3 1 184733 An ass's nowi I fixed upon his head

Ibid. 3 2 1851134 Will you help an ass-head and a coxcomb

Twelfth Nigbt. 5 1 3311 ! Affail. Here in the parliament, let us affail the family of York

3 Henry vill 604/24 What lady would you chuse to affail

Cymbeline. Il 5897222 Let us once again assail your ears

Hamlet. I 1 100011| 4 Afailable. There's comfort yet, they are affailable

Macbetb. 3 2 37412 33 Ajailants. So thall we pass along, and never stir affailants

As You Like It. 3) 228 2134 For thy affailant is quick, skilful, and deadly

Twelfth Nigbr.13 4 324/241 filed. have affail'd her with musics

Cymbeline. 23 90314 Afails. But he afrails; and our virginity, though valiant, in the defence yet is weak

All's Well, 1 1 2782/13 Afafinations. If the assassination could trammel up the consequences Macbetb. 1 7 367/2153 Afault. I will make a complimental assault upon him

Troilus and Cressida. 3 1 871216 Apay. That he dares in this manner assay me

Merry W. of Windfor. 512144 Bid herself aslay him

Measure for Measure. 1 3 7811/47 He hath made an assay of her virtue

Ibid. 3) 1 8911 Till I have brought him to his wits again or lose my labour in afsaying it

Comedy of Errors. 511172/28 - Let us affay our plot

All's Well. 3! 7 295 24 Their malady convinces the great affay of art

Macbeth. 41 31 381 253 - I will assay thee; so defend thyself

1 Henry iv. 5 4 470256 - I would assay, proud queen, to make thee blush

3 Henry vi. 1) 41 608 240 Let us make the assay upon him

Timon of Aibens.41 31 824110 He wrote this but as an assay, or taste of my virtue

Lear. 1

2 933): 24 of bias

Hamlet. 2

1 1009 11 4 Never more to give the assay of arms against your majesty

Ibid. 2) 210102142 Did you assay him to any pastime

Ibid. 3) 11016/2/39 This cannot be, by no array of reason

Othello. 1) 310471/28 Afayed. What, if we affay'd to steal the clownish fool out of your father's court

As You Like It. 1 31 228 2151 The rebels have affay'd to win the tower

2 Henry vi. 4) 5) 59512) 8 Ajsemblance. Care I for the limb, the thewes, the stature, bulk and big assemblance of

2 Henry iv.32 4911 50 Affemblies. And held in idle price to haunt assemblies

Meas. for Meaf. 14 78 2115 Align. I pray your highness to asign our trial-day

Richard i. Il 1 4151|10 - Six French rapiers and poniards, with their asigns, as girdle, hanger, and so

Hamlet. 5) 210391 Blinego. An affinego may tutor thee

Treilus and Creffida. 2 1 865|2 50 Afisants. Neither ally'd to eminent allirants

Henry vii. 1 1 672213 Associate. To associate me

Romeo and Juliet. 5 1994 232 Afubjugate. Nor, by my will, afsubjugate his merit

Troilus and Creflida.2 38701148 Aljurance. Jealousy shall be called assurance

Mueb Ado About Nothing. 2 2 12911122 To país affurance of a dower in marriage

Taming of ebe Sbrew.14 22701154 And such assurance ta'en as shall with either part's agreement stand

Ibid. 41 41 2722/20 Expe&t they are busied about a counterfeit afsurance, take you assurance of her Ibid. 4. 4 272264 - Give me modest affurance, if you be the lady of the house Twelfth Night. 1 5 312 127 A desperate assurance

Ibid. 12 21 3141 I'll make assurance double sure, and take a bond of fate

Macbab.l4 1 3782130 By this knot thou shalt so surely tie, thy now unsured assurance to the crown

K. Jobn.2 2 39412 58 He said you should procure him better assurance

2 Henry iv.1 2476132 bless thy thoughts

Timon of Atbens.12 2 812113 They are theep, and calves, which seek out assurance in that

Hamlet. S) 11034221 Affur'd. Swore I was affur'd to her

Comedy of Errors. 3) 2] 1112 57 I am well affur'd, that I did so, when I was first assur'd

K. Jobr.. 2 2 395 2 4 #syrian. O base Affyrian knight what is thy news

2 Henry iv. 5 3 505115 lyriar flings. As swift as stones enforced from the old Affyrian slings Henry v.141 71 534 5:53 Astonishid. Enough, captain ; you have astonish'd him

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Troil. and Cres: 51 Aftronomers. When he performs astronomers foretel it

o, learned indeed were that aftronomer, that knew the stars, as I his characters Cym. 3 2 907 21 4 Atalanta's better part

As You Like It. 3) 2235254 You have a nimble wit; I think it was made of Atalanta's heels

Ibid. 3 2 237 120 Atcbicuc. I burn, I pine, I perish, Tranio, if I atchieve not this young modest girl

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All's Well. 1 1 277 2 24 - She derives her honesty and atchieves her goodness Bid them atchieve me and then sell my bones

Henry v. 4 31 5312156 - And to atchieve the filver livery of advised age

2 Henry vi. 51 2 6012 44 And doth atchieve as soon as draw his sword

Coriolanus. 41 7| 73212125

Tit. And. 2 A thousand deaths would I propose, to atchieve her I do love Archieved. Provided that your fortune atchieved her mistress Merchant of Venice. 31 2 211 2119 No certain life atchiev'd by others death

K. Jubn. 4 2 404/110 - Basely yielded upon compromise, that which his ancestors atchiev’d with blows R... 2 1 422 1 30

Otbello. 2
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11052 1112 Atcbievement. For all the soil of the atchievement goes with me into the earth 2 H.iv. 4. 4 500 2 4 - And for atchievement, offer us his ransom

Henry v. 31 5 5231 50 is, command

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Ibid.41 21 879 1 34
It takes from our atchievements

Hamlet. 1 4 10061 8 Aić. The infernal Até in good apparel

Much Ado About Notbing. 2 1| 127 2127 An Até, stirring him to blood and strife

K. John. 2 | 391|1|31 And Cæsar's spirit, ranging for revenge, with Até by his side Julius Cæjar. 3) 1754230 More Atés, more Atés; stir them on, stir them on

Love's Labor Loft. 5) 2 127|2149 Arbens. The common-wealth of Athens is become a forest of beasts Tim. of Arbens. 41 31 8232 2 Arbenian. Come, good Athenian

Lear. 31 41 9492133 Atbol, Earl of

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1 442217 Aibwart. The baby beats the nurse and quite athwart goes all decorum Meas. for Meal.1 4 782 36

Whatsoever come athwart his affection, ranges evenly with mine M. Ado Ab.Noth.2 2 1282 42
Nor never lay'd his heaving arms athwart

Love's Labor Lt. 4 3 16112 52

As You Like It. 31 41 239|2150 - Quite traverse, athwart the heart of his lover When all athwart, there came a post from Wales loaden with heavy news 1 Hen.iv. i

1 442 1124 - Heave him away upon your winged thoughts athwart the sea

Henry v. 5cb536 2 57 Atlas. Thou art no Atlas for so great a weight

3 Henry vi. 5 1 628: 37 Do bravely, horse! for wot'st thou whom thou mov'st? the demy atlas of this

Ant. and Cleop. 1 5 772 2/45 earth Aronies. It is as easy to count atomies, as to resolve the propositions of a lover

As You like It. 3 2 236230 Aromies.

Ibid.3) 51 240139 Drawn with a team of little atomies

Rom. and Juliet. 1 41 972 2126 Aromy. Thou atomy, thou

2 Henry iv. 51 41 5052147 Atone. Since we cannot atone you, you fall see, justice decide the victor's chivalry

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41 673127 To atone your fears with my more noble meaning

Timon of Aibens. 5 6 829721 I was glad I did atone my countryman and you

Cymbeline. 5 896 2148 I would do much to atone them

Otbello. 41 110692126 Atonements. To make atonements and compromises Merry Wives of Windsor. 1 1 461 7 - If we do now make our atonement well, our peace will, like a broken limb united, grow stronger for the breaking

2 Henry iv. 4 1 494 240 He defires to make atonement between the duke of Gloster and your brothers R.iii. i 3 6381138 Atropos. Come, Atropos, I say

2 Henry iv. 2 41 4852129 Attacb. Or I'll attach you by this officer

Comedy of Errors. 4 1
Either consent to pay the sum for me, or I attach you by this officer

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Every man attach the hand of his fair mistress

Love's Labour Loft.4 3 1642113 Defires you to attach his son ; who has his dignity and duty both cast off W. Tale. 5/ 1| 359|2| 2

Richard iii. 21 31 4251213 - By him that gave me life I would attach you all whome'er you find

Romeo and Juliet. 5 3 99612 33 Attacb'd with weariness

Tempeft.3 2 14253 Attaint. What fimple thief brags of his own attaint

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