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A.S. P. C.L. Delivers. He delivers you from this earth's thraldom to the joys of heaven Rich. ii.(1) 41 643|216 What from your grace Mall I deliver to him

Ibid. 41 41 663 229 I'll deliver myself your loyal servant, or endure your heaviest censure Cor. 51 51 739|2|15 Then we will deliver you the cause

Julius Cæfar.31 175312151 This is most certain, that I shall deliver

Ant. and Cleopo 2 Il 773|2154 Shall I deliver you so

Hamlet. 5) 21039131 Th doft deliver more or less than truth

Oibello. 21 3110571 3 Deliverance. O happy torment, when my torturer doth teach me answers for deliverance

Merchant of Venice. 3 2 210 1 19

All's Well.2 283 248 If I may convey my thoughts in this my light deliverance You have it from his own deliverance

Ibid. 2 5 2891129 Deliver'd. O, that I serv'd that lady; and might not be delivered to the world Tw. N.1 2 30811150 Deipbobus. D. P.

Troil. and Creffid. Delphos. I have dispatch'd in post to sacred Delphos to Apollo's temple Winter's Tale.21 3401232 Delve. I cannot delve him to the root

Cymbeline. 18932 18 I will delve one yard below their mines, and blow them at the moon Hamlet. 31 4/102512142 Delver. Good man delver

Ibid. 51 11033|1|44 Demand. By this demand I perceive you are not altogether of his counsel

All's Well. 41 31 297 1151 Where we may leisurely each one demand, and answer to his part

Winter's Tale. 5) 31 362 2164 Thou hast forgotten to demand that truly, which thou would'It truly know i Hen. iv. 1 2 442 2 52 Wherein it shall appear, that your demands are just you shall enjoy them 2 Hen. iv. 4 Il 4941/17 Yệt leave our coufin Katharine here with us; she is our capital demand Henry v. 512 539113 Make that demand of the prover

Troilus and Cres: 2 31 8691128 me nothing! what you know, you know

Orbello. 5) 2 1079 1130 Demean. Out of doubt Antipholis is mad, else would he never so demean himself Com.of Er. 41 31 115115 Demean'd. They have demean'd themselves like men born to renown, by life, or death

3 Henry vi. I 4 607 238 Demeanor. For I perceive but cold demeanor in Octavius' wing Julius Cæfar. 5 2 763 1148 Demeanour. With such a deep demeanour in great sorrow

2 Henry iv. 41 41 4991217

Orbello. I Demerits. And my demerits may speak unbonetted

2 1046 Demesnes. These twenty years this rock, and these demesnes, have been my world Cym. 3 31 908 242

By her quivering thigh, and the demesnes that there adjacent lie Romeo and Julier.2 1975/1129 A gentleman of princely parentage, of fair demesnes

Romeo and Juliet. 31 5 989125 Demetrius. D. P. - Midf. Nigbt's Dream. p. 175

D. P.

Ant. and Cleop. 767 D. P.

Titus Andronicus. 831 Demi-cannon. What's this ? a Neeve? 'tis like a demi-cannon Taming of tbe Sbrew. 41 31 271 137 Demi-devil. Demand that demi-devil, why he hath thus ensnar'd my soul and body Orb. 5 2 1079128 Demi-god. Thus can the demi-god authority make us pay down for our offence by weight

Meal: for Meal: 3 7712137 Demure. There's never any of these demure boys come to any proof 2 Henry iv. 41 31 497 | 9 Demurely. Hark, how the drums demurely wake the neepers

Ant. and Cleop. 41 91 7932 25 Demurring. Shall acquire no honour demurring upon me

Ibid.413) 796340 Demy-natur'd. As he had been incorps'd, and demy-natur'd with the brave beast Ham. 41 710322/20 Demy-fuppets.

Tempeft. 5

19162 Den. Were I at home, at your den, firrah, with your lioness, I'd set an ox-head to your lion's hide

King John.21 1393145 O, why Mould nature build so foul a den, unless the gods delight in tragedies Tit. And.41 84512/16 Good den

M. Ado About Norb. 3) 2 133/2 12 God and St. Stephen give you good den

Titus Andronicus. 4) 84912115 God ye good den

Romeo and Julier. 12 41 9791745 Denay. Give her this jewel; fay, my love can give no place, bide no denay Twelfth N. 2 4 317 2 22 Denial. He's fortified against any denial

Ibid. 1 5 3112147 Make denials encrease your services

Cymbeline. 2 31 9031114 Denier. You will not pay for the glasses you have burst? no not a denier

Induc. to Tam. of the Sbrew. 1 27126 My dukedom to a beggarly denier

Richard iii. 1 21 637 238 Dennis. D. P.

As You Like It.

223 No longer on saint Dennis will we cry

i Henry vi. 16 55912 St. Dennis to St. Cupid

Love's Labour Loft. 5 Denny, Sir Anthony. D. P.

Henry viia

671 Denote. That can denote me truly

Hamlet. 1 21002144 Denotement. Given up himself to the contemplation, mark and denotement, of her parts and graces

Othello. 21 3105712152 Denude. Raise me this beggar, and denude that lord

Timon of Aibens. 4) 3' 81912/33

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Meas. for Meal:|1 3

78/1/12 Deny'd. He, that's once deny'd, will hardly speed

Timon of Arbens. 32 814/16 Depart. Which we much rather had depart withal

Love's Labor Loft. 2 1 153155 At my depart for France

2 Henry vi.t 1 57119 At my depart these were his very words

3 Henry viil41 1623118 Depends. There's more depends on this than on the value

Mer. of Verice.14 1 218 212 But our jealousy does yet depend

Cymbeline. 4 3 919138 And the remainder that shall itill depend, to be such men as may befort your age Lear. 11 41 937 46 This black day's fate on more days doth depend

Romeo and Juliet. 3 1 982 2150 Dependancy. Let me report to him your sweet dependancy

Ant. and Cleo. S 2 79812138 Dependant. Free dependant

Mcaf. for Meal. 41 31 961 44 Deplore. Never more will I my master's tears to you deplore Twelfth Nigbl. 31 1 321151 Depose. And formally according to our law, depuse him in the justice of his cause Rich. ii. 31 416 2 10 - Depofing thee before thou wert possess'd, who art possessed now to depore thyself

Ibid. 21 1 42012148 Depos’d. She weeps, and says-her Henry is depos'd

3 Henry vi. 3) 1 6162152 Depofitaries. Made you my guardians my depofitaries

Lear. 2 4 9451156 Depraved. Who lives, that's not depraved or depraves

Timon of Albens. 1 2 808133 Deprive. And permit the curiosity of nations to deprive me, for that I am some twelve or fourteen moonshines lag of a brother

Lear.:| 2 932 231 Deputy. By his majesty I swear, whose far unworthy deputy I am 2 Henry vi.13 2 5891223 Deracinate. While that the coulter rusts that Tould deracinate such savag'ry Henry v. 512 53812 19 - Rend and deracinate the unity and married calm of states

Troi. and Cres.

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Ant. and Cleop.

767 Derifon. Scorn and derision never come in tears

Mid. Night's Drean. 31 2 1861138 I have derifion med’cinable, to use between your strangeness and his pride Tro. & Cref.3 31 8751 125 Derive this

Ibid. 12 31 869 122 - 'Till you can derive from him better testimony of his intent

Lear.[11 2 933|2| 7 Derived. I am, my lord, as well deriv'd as he, as well poffelled Mid. Night's Dream. 1 o 176125 How is this deriv'd? saw you the field

2 Henry iv. 1

1 47411123 Derogate . You are a fool granted; therefore your issues being foolish, do not derogate

Cymbeline. 2

11 901|244 And from her derogate body never spring a babe to honour her

Lear. 1 41 937/2127 Derogately. More laugh'd at, that I should once name you derogately Ant. and Cleop.12) 2 77412125 Derogation. Is there no derogation in't

Cymbeline. | 2 9011240 Dcfarts. Of antres vast and desarts idle

Othello.11 3.104821 7 Defartless. Who think you the most desartless man to be constable M. Ado About Norb. 3 3 134 18 Defcant. And mar the concord with too harth a descant Two Gent. of Verona. 1 2 25255 Unless to spy my shadow in the sun, and descant on mine own deformity Rich. iii.

11 634 1113 For on that ground I'll make a holy descant

Ibid. 3 71 65412 Descend. We will descend and fold him in our arms

Richard ii. 11 31 416 2 39 Descended. He fits 'mongst men, like a descended god

Cymbeline. 1 7 900|2 44 As well descended as thyself

Ibid. 5 5 9262 47 Defcent. Fallhood, cowardice, and low descent, three things that women highly hold in hate

Two Gent. of Verona. 3 2 37 120 Description. If that an eye may profit by a tongue then should I know you by description

As You Like It.4 3 2442 12 cannot suit itself in words to demonstrate the life of such a battle

Henry v. 4 2 53912 44 Descry. What's past and what's to come she can desery

1 Henry vi. 11 2 5461117 The main descry stands on the hourly thought

Lear.4) 69591113 But the true ground of all these piteous woes we cannot without circumstance descry

Rom. and Jul. 5 31 996/2/42 I cannot, 'twixt the heaven and the main, descry a sail

Orbello. 2

111051 1137 Defcry'd. I kill'd a man, and fear I am descry'd

Taming of ike Sbrew."

1 2571130 Desdemona. D. P.

Olbelio.

1043 Deferi. And not without desert so well reputed

Two Gent. of Verona. 23 30138 Your desert speaks loud

Meal. for Meal: 5 9811 2 I will assume desert

Mer. of Venice. 21 9 2081115 inacceffible

As You Like It.21 7 2331150 Is't poflible, that my deserts to you can lack persuasion

Twelfth Nigbr.3 41 3261 7 Therefore let me have right, and let desert mount

2 Henry iv. 4) 31 496 228 That all without desert have frown'd on me

Richard ji. 2

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8041139 D.jert. The base o' the mount is rank'd with all deserts, all kind of natures Tim. of Athens. 1

We will not name defert, before his birth; and being born, his addition thall be humble

Trois and Cref: 31 2 873211 Use every man after his desert, and who shall 'scape whipping

Hamlet. 2 2 10152135 Descrve. Nor would I have, ’till I do deserve him

All's Well.1 3 282 1 54 Eut something you may deserve of him through me

Macbeth. 41 31 380226 They well deserve to have, that know the strongest and furest way to get Richard ii. 3 3 430 1150 The lets they deserve, the more merit is in your bounty

Hamler. 2 2 10152 37 Diferved. I know not how I have deserv'd to run into my lord's displeasure All's Well.2 52892

Thou hast no less deserv'd, nor must be known no less to have done fo Macbeth. 1 4 366 147 Diferqing. I shall ftudy deserving

Lear. I il 929127 This seems a fair deserving, and must draw me that which my father loses Ibid. 3) 31 947 2150 Designs. That it may please you leave these sad designs to him that hath more cause to be a mourner

Ricbard iii. 1 2/ 637 153 Unless by using mems I lame the foot of our design

Coriolarus. 4) 71 7322 8 Designed. The articles design'd

Hamler. 1 1 1000 224 D lignmenis. Serv'd his delignments in mine own person

Coriolanus. 5 5 7381 28 Their designment halts

Orbello. 2 11051 1 57 Difire. A votary to fond desire

Two Gent. of Verona. I 24114 You muít lay lime, to tangle her desires

Ibid. 31 2

37 2/13 Came thronging, soit and delicate defires

Much Ado About Norb. I 11241/35 With duty, and desire, we follow you

Love's Labor Loft. I 1 176233 For thy defires are wolfith, bloody, ftarv'd and ravenous Merchant of Venice. 41 2152 57 My defire more tharp than filed steel did fpur me forth

Twelfth Nigbr. 31 31 3221 34 Since my desires run not before my honour

Winter's Tale. 4) 3 350116 Give thyself unto my fick desire, who then recovers

All's Well. 4 2 2962 14 And, with all speed, you shall have your desires, with interest i Henry iv. 41 3 466 211 Is it not strange that defire should so many years out-live performance 2 Henry iv. 21 4 486 211 And then I will tell him a little piece of

Henry v. 5 1 537 1152 'Twas never my delire yet to trouble the poor with begging

Coriolanus. 2) 3) 717 119 That she was never yet, that ever knew love got so sweet, as when desire did fue

Troi. and Crell: 1 2 861 2 27 But most miserable is the desire that's glorious

Cymbeline. 17 899110 That satiate yet unsatisfied defire, that tub both fill'd and running

Ibid. 1 7 899 211 Old desire doth on his death-bed lie, and young affection gapes to be his heir Rom. & 7.1 5 974 2 48 Out of the thot and danger of desire

Hamlet. 1 3 1004|220 A housewife, that, hy selling her desires, buys herself bread and cloaths Othello. 4) 11068139 Defired. Be then desir'd by lier, that else will take the thing Me begs

Lear. 11 4 937143 Honey, you Mall be well desir'd in Cyprus

Oibello. 2

1 1053211 Dek. If I had play'd the desk, or table book

Hamlet. 2

21011 1156 Difolute will I hence, and die

Ricbariti. I 2 416131 Defoluti»n. If ever I do fee the merry days of desolation that I have seen Love's Lab. Loft. 1 2 1511234 Every thing about you demonstrating a careless desolation

As You Like It. 3 2 238111 3 Even till unfenced defolation leave them as naked as the vulgar air King Jobr. 2 2 3941/29 My desolation does begin to make a better life

Ant. and Cleop. 5 2 798 2 8 Despair. I will keep her ignorant of her good, to make her heavenly comforts of despair

Mcaf. for Meas. 4) 3 962 1 Moody and dull melancholy, kinsman to grim and comfortless despair Comedy of Errors. 51 1171211 Rash-embrac'd despair

Mercb. of Venice. 31 21 2102 37 Therefore betake thee to nothing but despair

Winter's Tale. 31 21 3461 5 The mere despair of surgery he cures

Macbeth. 4) 3 382 11 4 Call it not patience, Gaunt, it is despair

Richard ii. 1 2 4152145 I will despair, and be at enmity with cozening hope

Ibid. 2

2 4231158 Whence Springs this deep despair

3 Henry vi. 3 3 619 1156 I the rather wean me from despair, for love of Edward's offspring in my womb 15.4 4 624.250 I'll join with black detpair against my soul

Richard 11.2 2 6452133 · I Thall de pair,--there is no crcature loves me; and, if I die, no foul Mall pity me 16.5 3667241 Your enemies, with nodding of their plumes fan you into despair

Coriclanus. 31 31 725258 Take the hint which my difpair proclaims

Ant. and Clesp. 391 7871120 Why do I trifle tlius with his despair ?--'tis done to cure it

Lear.41 9561249 Difpairing. And by despairing, shalt thou stand excus'd

Richard iii.1 2 636 129 perse. Can'ít thou despense with heaven for such an oath

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Cymbeline. 41 31 919;1117 - I will make a desperate tender of my child's love

Romeo and Jul. 3 41 9871 As with a club, dash out my desperate brains

Ibid. 41 31 9912157 Desperately. Insensible of mortality, and desperately mortal

Meal for Meal.142 Dejperation, tricks of

Tempejt.12 4129 is all the policy, strength, and defence, that Rome can make against them Cor. 14 Dejpigli. Grace is grace, despight of all controversy

Meas. for Meal. 76243 Thou thyself art a wicked villain despight of all grace

Ibid. 1 76,2145 And, in despight of mirth, mean to be merry

Comedy of Errors. 31 1 1101156 In despight of beauty

Much Ado About Nob. 1232 27 In despight of his quick wit

Ibid.12 | 128,2127 In despight of all, dies for him

Ibid. 3 2 133!1157 - In despight of his heart

Ibid. 131 4 13611149 his nice fence

Ibid. 5! 1

141254 You will try in time in despight of a fall

As You Like It. 13) 2272 53 · Shall in despight enforce a watry eye

Induc. 10 Taming of the Sbrew. 1 25337 I will therefore tarry in despight of the flesh and blood

Ibid. 2 254230 I'll keep mine own, despight of all the world

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2 2661117 Foul fiend of France, and hag of all despight

1 Henry vi. 3) 2 557 1152 Who crown'd the gracious duke in high despight

3 Henry vi. 2 1 6101110 overwhelm thee

Coriclanus. 3 1 720 2 48 Follow him, as he hath follow'd you, with all despight

Ibid.

3 3 72625 What, would you bury him in my despight

Titus Andron. 1 2 835121 Yet this imperseverant thing loves him in my despight

Cymbeline. 4) 1914 1140 Open'd, in despight of heaven and men, her purposes

Ibid. 5 5 9241151 of mine own nature

Lear. 531 96511 3 Thrown such despight and heavy terms upon her, as true hearts cannot bear Orbello. 4) 21071219 Despise thee for thy wrongful suit

Two Gent. of Verona. 4) 2 392 3 Despis’d. She hath despis’d me rejoicingly

Cymbeline. 35 9122132 And what's to come of my despised time, is nought but bitterness Oibelle. 11 110451151 - I wili rather fue to be despis'd than to deceive so good a commander Ibici.21 3105727 Depite. Only to despite them

Much Ado About Norb. 2 Consider then we come but in despite

Midf. Nigbi's Dream. Deftinies. Some of those branches by the destinies cut

Rich. Ü. 24152129 Diftin'd livery

Meafure for Mafure : 4

86 2120 Deftiny. Make the rope of his destiny our cable

Temp:). 1217 His business to instrument this lower world may delay, but not forget punishment

152/29 Destin'd to a drear death on thore

Tivo Gini. of Verona. 1 You orphan-heirs of fixed destiny

Merry W. of Wind.55 711230 If then true lovers have been ever crossid, it stands as an edict in destiny

M. Nizbi's Dream. 1 1 1962159 The lottery of my destiny bars me the right of voluntary chusing Mercb. of Venice. 2 202136 Hanging and wiving goes by destiny

Ibid. 21 91 2082114 He brings his destiny with him

As You Like Ir.

12421131 To this I am most constant, though destiny fay, no

Winter's Talc.

4 3 350131 Think you I bear the shears of deitiny

21 403257 An't be my destiny, fo: an't be not, so:

2 Berry iv. 3 2 4912125 All unavoided is the doom of destiny

Richard iii. 41 41 661154 Let determin'd things to destiny hold unbewail'd their way

Ant. and Cleop.31

6785 1127 Labouring for destiny, make cruel way through ranks of Greekish youth Troi. and Croix: 4583318 'Tis destiny, unihunnable like death

Orbello. 31 31062217 Deftruction straight shall dog them at the heels

43811129 And pale destruction meets thee in the face

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141 2 5612 26 Detekted. I never heard the absent duke much detected for women Meaj: for Meaf. 312 91131 Detection. Could I come to her with any detection in my hand Merry W. vf Windjor. 2 2 Determinate. My determinate voyage is mere extravagancy

Twelfıb Nigbt.21 3131150 Determination. And would to God you were of our determination

i Hen. iv. 41 3 466 1155 Determine. Must all determine here

Curiciarus. 31 31 7251117 Determined. Where is he that will not itay so long 'till his friend sickness hath determind me

2 Hen. iv. 41 41 499 214 It is determin’d, not concluded yet

Richard u. 1 3 6381111 Following him with determin'd sword

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Mu. Ado Abt. Norbing. 31 131132 Deucalior. No not our kin far than Deucalion off

Winter's Tale. 41 31 353 254

Coriolanus. 2 1712144 Deuce-ace. You know how much the gross sum of deuce-ace amounts to Love's La. Loft. 1 2 150236 Device. There is also another device in my prain

Merry Wives of Wind. 1

46 117 Husband your device

Ibid. 41 6 702 24 To deliver us from devices hereafter

Measure for Measure. 41 4 97137 But I will forward with my device

Love's Labor Loft. 51 2 172 225 We shall be dog'd with company, and our devices known Mid. Night's Dream. :) 2 1782 46 - I could marry this wench for this device

Twelfth Night. 21 5 319|212 Nay, pursue him now; left the device take air, and taint

Ibid. 31 41 3232 54 At which time, we will bring the device to the bar, and crown thee for a finder of madmen

Ibid. 3) 4 324 11 4 Full of noble device

As You Like It. 1 1 225 113 No new device to beat this from his brains

Henry vi. 3) 2 690224 And entertain'd me with mine own device

Timon of Atbens. 1 2 8081/47 You do but plot your deaths by this device

Titus Andronicus. 2 1837 1127 Let us that have our tongues, plot some device of further misery

Ilid. 3) 1 8422 37 Be blith again, and bury all thy fear in my devices

Ibid. 4 4 85012 12 And will over-reach them in their own devices

Ibid. 5 2 853117 Dull not device by coldness and delay

Oibeilo. 23,105812134 Devil, A born devil

T'empeft. 41 1 Amaimon sounds well; Lucifer, well; Barbason, well; yet they are devils addi. tions

Merry Wives of Windsor. (2) 2 562/48 Now Thall the devil be sham'd

Ibid. 41 2

66/2/18 If the devil have him not in fee fimple, with fine and recovery

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67 1155 Like three German devils, three doctors Fauftus's

69 150 take one party, and his dam the other

692 32 No man means evil but the devil, and we mall know him by his horns Ibid. - I think the devil will not have me damn'd left the oil that is in me should set hell on fire

7112123 You bid me seek redemption of the devil

Meas. for Meal: 51 9811/26 Let the devil be sometime honour'd for his burning throne

Ibid. 51 10012/13 in an everlasting garment hath him

Comedy of Errors. 4 2 113-47 He must have a long spoon that must eat with the devil

Ibid. 4) 31 1142145 soonest tempt resembling spirits of light

Love's Labor 13.4 163120 The devil can cite fcripture for his purpose

Mer. of Ver. 3 2011/41 Our house is hell, and thou, a merry devil, did rob it of some taste of tediousness

Ibid. 2/ 3/ 204|2/13 From all fuch devils, good lord, deliver us

Taming of the Sbrew. 1 1 255/2/19 - He must needs go, that the devil drives

All's Well. 1 3

2801246 Though the devil lead the measure, fuch are to be follow'd

1 28312115 The black prince, fir, alias the prince of darkness, alias the devil

Ibid.4) 5 3001239 Let him be the devil, an he will, I çare not : give me faith, say I Twelfth N. i 5 311 2 28 'Thou most excellent devil of wit

Ibid. 21 5 319/2/43 If all the devils in hell be drawn in little, and Legion himself pofseft him, yet I will speak to him

Ibid. 34) 32324 What, man! defy the devil: consider he's an enemy to mankind

Ibid.

4 323/2/18 An you speak ill of the devil, how he takes it to heart

Ibid. 31 4 32312121 I am one of those gentle ones, that will use the devil himself with courtesy Ibid. 4 2 327 2 12 A devil would have Thed water out of fire, ere don't

Winter's Tale.131 21 345 2147 'Tis the eye of childhood that fears a painted de vil

Macberb. 2 2 370|1|44 Ay, and a bold one, that dare look on that which might appall the devil

41 375 255 One that will play the devil, sir, with you

K. John. 2 13971249 'The devil tempts thee here, in likeness of a new untrimmcd bride

Ibid. 3) 1 3981111 · This day grows wond'rous hot. Some airy devil hovers in the sky K. John. 3/ 2 399 143 For now the devil, that told me I did well, says that this deed is chronicled in hell

Ricbard č. 5 s 43929 Sir John stands to his word, the devil Mall have his bargain

i Henry iv. I 21 444137 He will give the devil his due

Ibid.

2) 444 139 And swore the devil his true liege-man upon the cross of a Welch hook Ibid. 24 454/2140 Why, I can teach chce, cousin, to command the devil

Ibid.

31 1 457210 And I can teach thee, counn, to shame the devil, by telling truth

lvid.31 457 2:12

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