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Love's Labor Loft.41 1157 118 Fair. Quibbling on different meanings of that word

Ibid. 5. 2] 166/1/52 · I am compared to twenty thousand fairs Call you me fair? that fair again unsay. Demetrius loves your fair : O happy fair !

Midf. Night's Dream. 1 1 177 1/32

Merchant of Venice. 31 41 213152 thoughts and happy hours attend on you

Ibid. 4) 1 217 1125 Speak me fair in death

As You Like It. 3/ 2 235 154 Let no face be kept in mind, but the fair of Rosalind

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Taming of tbe Sbrew. 2
You will have Gremio to keep you fair

Ibid. 5 2 2761143
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- I will buy me a son-in-law in a fair ; and coll him : for this, I'll none of him All's Well. 5 31 30312159

Macberb. 1 1 363 1115 is foul, and foul is fair

Ibid. 1 11 3642/38
So foul and fair a day I have not seen
Health and fair time of day

Henry v. 52 5381135
And fair be all thy hopes

1 Henry vi. 2 5 554/2/42

2 Henry vi. 3 2 587 1 Have you laid fair the bed

Richard i. 1 31 64012 14 - Now fair befal thee and thy noble house She would be as fair on Friday, as Helen on Sunday

Troil. and Cres: 18581215 - leave

Ibid. 1 31 86312137

Ibid. 3 1 871 2123 - be it to you, my lord, and to all this fair company

Ibid. 41

8801247 - Entreat her fair

Hamlet. 1) 2 1002 1 18
Fair bour. Take thy fair hour
Faireft-brding dreams.

Richard ii. 31 31 6681/10
The sweetest neep, and faires-boding dreams
Fair-fac'd league

K. Jabr. 2 2 3942
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. To be said, an honest man, and a good house-keeper, goes as fairly as to say a
careful man, and a great scholar

Tw. Nigbr. 4 2 3271/47 - And find a way out to let the troop pass fairly

Henry viii. 51 31 70112/27 They are fairly welcome

Tim. of Atbexs. 1 2 808225 - Furnish you fairly for this interchange

Troilus and Creffida. 31 31 875 110 Fairness. To the fairness of my power

Coriolanus. 1 91 711 131 Fair-play. According to the fair-play of the world

King Jobr. 5 2 4082 56 Fairies . Like urchins, ouphes, and fairies, green and white Merry Wives of Wind. 4. 4 68

34 Fairy-like, to pinch the unclean knight,

Ibid. 4.4
Where is Nan now, and her troop of fairies

Ibid. 5| 3

7111|18 black, grey, green, and white

Ibid. 51 51 71 28
Ibid. 55

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34 Our radiant queen hates Nuts and Nuttery

Ibid. 55 71|2|37 A fiend, a fairy, pityless and rough

Comedy of Errors. 4 2 1132 49 Midf. Nigbt's Dream. 175

Ibid. 2

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7 - continue their gambols until the sun-rising

Ibid. 3 2 188 2 22 - I never may believe these antique fables, nor these fairy toys

Ibid. 51 192 1|23
That some night-tripping fairy had exchang`d in cradle clothes our children 1 H.iv.i 1 4422/21
It was told me I mould be rich by the fairies
To this great fairy I'll commend thy acts

Winter's Tale. 3! 31 547|2/16 - From fairies, and the tempters of the night, guard me

Antony and Cleop. 41 81793118

Cymbeline. 2 21 9021123 - With female fairies will his tomb be haunted

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Lear. 41 6 9562/44 no fairy takes, nor witch hath power to charm Hamler. 1 1 10011142 Farg revela Aik him, why that hour of fairy revel, in their so facred paths he dare to

Tempeft. 5 191163
Feiab. Thou haft no faith left now, unless thou hadît two, and that's far worse than

Merry Wives of Windsor. 4. 4
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He wears his faith but as the fashion of his hat

Trvo Gent. of Verona. 54

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Mu. Ado About Norbing. 1 · Beality is a witch, against whose charms faith melteth into blood

Ibid. 2 125 1158 Never faith could hold, if not to beauty vow'd

Ibid. 12

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King Jobr. 31 - Play fast and loose with faith? So jest with heaven

Ibid. 3 Unswear faith Sworn

Ibid.31 So mak'st thou faith an enemy to faith

Ibid. 3

1 And welcome home again, discarded faith

Ibid.) 5) 4 There is my bond of faith, to tie thee to my strong correction

Ricbard ii. 41 Men's faiths ar are wafer cakes

Henry v. 2 3 False king! why haft thou broken faith with me

2 Henry vi. 15 For truft not him that once hath broken faith

3 Henry vi. 4 4 This secret is so weighty, 'twill require a strong faith to conceal it Henry viii. 2 There are no tricks in plain and fimple faith

Jul. Cafar. 4 2 - Few words to fair faith

Troilus and Crel 3) 2 Which to believe of her, must be of faith, that reason, without miracle, Mould never plant in me

Lear. I - My husband is on earth, my faith in heaven

Romeo and Juliet. 3/ 5/ 98 But what, in faith, make you from Wittenburgh?

Hamle.)
Faitbod. Would the reposal of any trust, virtue, or worth, in thee, make thy words
faith'd ?

Lear. 2
Faithfully. If his occasion were not virtuous, I would not urge them half so faithfully

Tim. of Arbens. 3/ 2 813
O, gentle Rooneo, if thou doft love, pronounce it faithfully

Romeo and Juliet. 2

2) 976 Faitors. Down ! down, dogs! down, faitors!

2 Henry iv.12) 41 485 Falls. As the matter falls

Merchant of Venice. 3 2 - You will try in time in despight of a fall

As You Like It. 1) 3) 227/2 Is it possible, on luich a sudden, you should fall into so strong a liking As r. Like It.li

31 22712 When better fall, for your avails they fell

All's Well. 3

1 290) But wail his fall whom I myself ftruck down

Macberb.131 13741 And the soul of every man prophetically does forethink thy fall

1 Henry iv. 3) 21 4601 I know thee not, old man; fall to thy prayers

2 Henry iv. 5) s 5061115 I can give you inkling of an ensuing evil, if it fall greater than this

Henry vi. 2

16802 I shall fall like a bright exhalation in the evening, and no man see me more Ibid. 3) 2) 690123= When he falls, he falls like Lucifer, never to hope again

Ibid.

(31 21 692/1/20 Stop, or all will fall in broil

Coriolanus. 31 1 719) 151 I know not what may fall; I like it not

Julius Cæfar. 5/ 1 754/1/61 Be sprightly, for you fall 'mongst friends

Cymbeline. 31 6913230 Some falls are means the happier to rise

Ibid. 4) 3 91911] 4 Before you fall to play

Hamlet.(sl 2/103912/15 The town might fall in fright

Orbello. 21 310571/16 Fall of man.

I will weep for thee; for this revolt of thine, methinks, is like another fall of man

Henry v. 2 2] 5171/17
Fallen. Nay, an you weep, I am fallen indeed

Henry viši. 32) 692/1/34
Fallen man.
I am a poor fallen man, unworthy now to be thy lord and master

Ibid. 3 2 692 215
Fallen-off Britons

Cymbeline. 3) 7 914|113 Fallible. This is most fallible, the worm's an odd worm

Ant. and Cleop. (5 27 80111/52 Falling a lip of much contempt

Winter's Tale.1 3 3372)51
Falling in, after falling out, may make them three

Troil. and Cref:31 8721/24
The meer-want of gold, and the falling-from of his friends, drove him
Falling-from.
into this melancholy

Timon of Arbens.[4] 3 824/16
Falling man.
O, my lord, press not a falling man too far

Henry vii. 312 691/2/42
Falling fickness.
No, Cæsar hath it not; but you, and I, and honest Casca, we have

Julius Cæfar./11 2 744/2/16
Fallow. The bare fallow brings to teeming foyson

Meas. for Meas 11 5 79453 Her fallow leas the darnel, hemlock, and rank fumitory, doth root upon Henry v.312538/2/16 Falorous. Captain Jamy is a marvellous falorous gentleman

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Macberb. 7 36812:46 False face must hide what the false heart doth know Falsebord, cowardice, and poor descent, three things that women highly hold in hate

Two Gent. of Verona. 3 2

371 20

Merchant of Venice. 113 201|1|45 - O, what a goodly outside falsehood hath

Troil. and Crel. 3 2 $74 1152 Comparisons of

Ibid. 4 2 87210 Make Cressid's name the very crown of falsehood, if ever she leave Troilus

Cymbeline. 3 6 913 is worse in kings, than beggars

Hamler. 2

1 10092 This bait of falsehood takes this carp of truth

Comedy of Errors. 2 2 107241 Falling. Nay, not sure, in a thing falsing

1 H.iv. p. 441.

2 H.iv. 473 Falstaff, Sir John. D.P. Merry W. of Wind. p. 45.

61137 His adventure in the buck-basket

Merry Wives of Windjor. 3 3

Ibid. 4 2 66128 His adventure in the old woman of Brentford's cloaths

Ibid. 5 5

71141 His adventures at Herne's Oak in Windsor Forest His adventure at Gad's-hill

i Henry iv. 2

2 44911 26 characterized by himself in the character of Henry IV.

Ibid. (21 4 45512 13 – characterized by Prince Henry in the character of Henry IV.

Ibid. 2 4 4551-46 's account of his soldiers

Ibid. 4 21 4651147 - delineation of counterfeit

Ibid.5 41 471238 - Jack, now Sir John, was then a boy, and page to Thomas Mowbray duke of Norfolk

2 Henry iv. 3 2 48940 - Go, carry Sir John Falstaff to the Fleet

Ibid. 51 51 506248 -'s death

Henry v.21 31 5172133 Fame. I play'd the part of Lady Fame.

Much Ado About Nurbing. 2 127149 Let fame, that all hunt after in their lives, live registered upon our brazen tombs

Love's Labor Loft. 1 1147 11 5 All-telling Fame

Ihid. 211 152127 - I would give all my fame for a pot of ale, and safety

Henry v. 3 2 52012 20 - His fame lives in the world, his shame in you

i Henry vi. 41 41 562 2154 late entering at his heedful ears

3 Henry vi. 31 31 6191 59 cannot be better held, nor more attain’d, than by a place below the first Coriolanus. 1 1706 1130 Out-live thy father's days, and fame's eternal date, for virtue's praise Titus Andron. 1 2 833 1/43 Here none but soldiers and Rome's servitors repose in fame

Ibid. 2 835110 He lives in fame, that dy'd in virtue's cause

Ibid. I

21 83557 - Away with him! he has a familiar under his tongue

Measure for Measure.! 5 791141

2 Henry vi. 47 596240 We have been familiar, ingrate forgetfulness shall poison, rather than pity note how Familiarity. I hope, upon familiarity will grow more contempt

Coriolanus. 5 2 734253 Famine. Here let them lie, till famine and the ague eat them up

Merry W. of Windjar. 1 48121 He was the very genius of famine ; yet, lecherous as a monkey

Macberb. 515 385 24 -0, I am Nain! famine, and no other hath Nain me

2 Henry iv.31 21 4912153 Yet famine; ere clean it o'erthrow nature, makes it valiant

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Cymbeline. 31 91311115 Famib. What, did he marry me to familh me

Rom. and Jul. 5 1994:

23 - Fie on myself, that have a sword, and yet am ready to famith

Tam. of the Sbrew. 4 3 2701212 Far. Diftin&tion, with a broad and powerful fan, puffing at all, winnows the light

2 Henry vi. 41105081146 Even in the fan and wind of your fair sword, you bid them rise, and live

Troil, and Cres. 1 3 8625 The love I bear him, made me to fan you thus

Ibid. 5 31 8872114 Do; good Peter, to hide her face; for her fan's the fairer of the two

Cymbeline. 1 7 9002152

Rom. and Jul. 2 4 9791 43 Fancy. Cannot your grace win her to fancy him

Ibid. 2 41 980122

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A.S Fancy. Our fancies are more giddy and unfirm, more longing, wavering, sooner loft and worn, than women's are

Twelftb Nigb!. 24 Should the fancy, it should be one of my complexion

Ibida 2 5 Orsino's mistress, and his fancy's queen

Ibid. 5 Weak hing'd fancy

Winter's Tale. 2 3 too weak for boys, too green and idle for girls of nine

Ibid. 3 Be advis'd.-I am; and by my fancy

Ibid. 4 3 Not so fick, my lord, as she is troubled with thick-coming fancies

Macberb. 53 And sware they were his fancies, or his good nights

2 Henry iv. 3 Although we fancy not the Cardinal

Ibid. 1 3 Nor shall not, when my fancy's on the play

Henry vin. 5 Nature wants Nuff to vie strange forms with fancy

Ans: and Clop: 512 Never did young man fancy with so eternal and so fix'd a soul Troil. and Cr fida. 51 2 Be it as your fancies teach you

Oibello. 3 3 10 Fancy-monger. If I could meet that fancy-monger, I would give him some good counfel

As You Like It. 3 2
Fanes. For notes of sorrow, out of tune, are worse than priests and fanes that lie Cym. 4
Fang. The icy fang

As You Like It. 2
By the very fangs of malice, I swear, I am not that I play

Tw. Nigbr. 1 5 3
Destruction fang mankind

Timon of Albens. 4/ 3/ 81 Nor thy fierce Gifter in his anointed flesh fick boarish fangs

Lear. 3) 7 95 Fangled. Be not, as is our fangled world

Cymbeline.sl 4 92 Fantasies. And make her full of hateful fantasies

Mid. Night's Dream. 2 18. Thou hast no figures, nor no fantafies, which busy care draws in the brains of men

Julius Cæfar.12 749 Fantastick. To be fantastick, may become a youth of greater time than I hall mew to be

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 71 33 Or wallow, naked, in December's snow, by thinking on fantastic summer's heat

R. ii. 13/ 418 Fantastical. He seems to be the more noble in being fantastical

Winter's Tale. 4) 3 356 - l' the name of truth, are ye fantastical

Macbetb. 1

3 3652 Fantasticoes. The pox of such antick, lisping, affecting fantasticoes

Romeo and Juliet.241 978 Fantasy. Rein up the organs of their fantasy

Merry Wives of Wind. 5 5

71/2 Stolen the impression of her fantasy

Midl. Nigbe's Drecm. 1 1/ 1752 How many actions most ridiculoushalt thou been drawn to by thy fantasy As Y.Like It./21 4 2311 -- Art thou alive? or is it fantasy that plays upon our eye-ligiit

i Henry iv. 5) 4 4721 Which cannot look more hideously upon me, than I have drawn it in my fantasy

2 Henry iv. 5 2 5021 Quite from the main opinion he held once, of fantasy, of dreams, and ceremonies

Julius Cæfar.2 1 7481213 And things unluckily charge my fantasy

Ibid.3) 3) 757/2/ That for a fantasy and trick of fame, go to their graves like heds

Hamlet.141 4/1028/1131 Fantasy’d. I find the people strangely fantasy'd, possess'd with rumours, full of idle dreams

King J-br.4/ 2 404/1155 Fap. And being fap, fir, was, as they say, cashiered

Merry W. of Winds: 1

47 1/50 Far. You speak him far

Cymbeline. 1/ 1 893/2/13
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Fardingals. With ruffs and cuffs, and fardingals and things Tam, of the Shrew. 41 31 271|1| 1
Fare. If you fall in the adventure, our crows Thall fare the better for you Cymbeline. 31
How fares my noble lord

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Farewell, at once, for once, for all, and ever

Richard ii. 2

2/ 424/1/23 Welcome ever smiles, and farewel goes out fighing

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Mer. Wives of Windf.31 31 602 16 Faribingale. A semi-circled farthingale

K. Jun. 389S

1 2 Fartbings. Left men should say, look where three farthings goes

Mer. Wives of Winds. 2

12/2 54 2.44 Fartuous. She's as fartuous, a civil, modeft wife

C. of Er. 104 1 13 Fashion. And piteous plainings of the pretty babes that mourned for fashion

Ibid. 2 2 107 1 40 your demeanour to my looks

Ibid. 4) I 112 2131 Chargeful fashion

M. Ado About Norb. 2 128112 - I doubt not to fashion it

Ibid. 3 3 135119 of a doublet, or a hat, or a cloak, is nothing to a man

Ibid.31 3 1351115 What a deformed thief this fashion is

Ibid. 31 3 135123 - how giddily he turns about all the hot bloods

Ibid. 31 3 135131 - wears out more apparel than the man

Ibid. 31 4 135241 But for a fine, quaint, graceful, and excellent fashion

Love's Labor Loft. 1

Il 149 121 - own knight • To fashion this false sport in spight of me

Midf. Night's Dream. 3. 2

2142 54 · That thou but lead’ft this fashion of thy malice to the last hour of act Mer. of Ven. I

As You Like It. I 1223106 It was upon this fashion bequeathed me:-by will

Ibid. Thou art not for the fashion of these times

3 230 27 · This shepherd's passion is much upon my fashion

Ibid. 24 231 132 Old fashions please me best

Taming of the Sbrow. 3 1 264 2.15 Infected with the fashions

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All's Well. I · Whose constancies expire before their fashions

2 2801145 He came ever in the rear-ward of the fashion

2 Henry iv. 3 2 491255 - The wearing out of fix fashions (which is four terms, or two actions)

Ibid.

51 501235 - Though it appear a little out of fashion, there is much care and valour in this Welthman

Henry v.14) 1 528 127 - I scorn thee, and thy fashion, peevith boy

i Henry vi. 21 41 552 124 By heaven, I will; or let me lose the fashion of a man

Henry viii.

4 21 696 2116 And in what fashion, more than his fingularity, he goes upon his present action

Coriolanus.lt 1 706147 Send him but hither, and I'll fashion him

Julius Cafar. 2 1 748 256 - Bear with him, Brutus; 'tis his fathion

Ibid. 41 3 760 135 - But, be thou true, say I, to fashion in my sequent protestation Troil. and Crell: 41 41 8801152 - Lechery, lechery; ftill, wars and lechery ; nothing else holds fashion

Ibid. 5 2 887 1 46 - I will begin the fashion, less without, and more within

Cymbeline. 15 il 9201153 - He hath importun'd me with love, in honourable fashion

Hamlet. 31005150 The glass of fashion and the mould of form

Ibid.31 110181130 Whereon his brains still beating, puts him thus from fashion of himself

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1 10181155 Dost thou think Alexander look'd o' this fashion i' the earth

Ibid. 5110352 10 I prattle out of fashion

Othello. 21 1 10532113 - If you will watch his going thence, which I will fashion to fall out between twelve

Ibid. 41 2 10722135 Fabion'd. He was the mark and glass, copy and book, that fashion’d others 2 Henry iv. 2 3 483133 - This Cardinal, though from an humble stock, undoubtedly was fashion'd to much honour

Hen. viii. 41 21 695 110 ajbim-mong 'ring boys

Mu. Ado About Norb. 51 1 142 114 These strange flies, these fashion-mongers

Romeo and Julier. 2 Ter-feller.

41 978 2.16 A cause between an orange wife and a faffet-seller

Coriclanus. 2 %. She is fast my wife

712222 Measure for Measure. I

3 781111 You mall fast a week with bran and water

Love's Lab. Loft. 1 But that thou art so fast mine enemy

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2 Henry vi. 51 2 6012 14 A thousand men have broke their fasts to-day, that ne'er shall dine, unless you yield Ce crown

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