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A. S. P. C.L Morument. To the monument; there lock yourself, and send him word you are dead

Ant. and Cleop. 411 794/2/15 This grave shall have a living monument

Hamlet. 5) 110362/35
Md. You spend your pallion on a mispris'd mood

Midl. Night's Dream. 3 2
Whcm, in my mood, I ftabb’d unto the heart

Two Gent. of Verona. 411

38140 Abeiting him to thwart me in my mood

Comedy of Errors. 2 2 108 2 My wife is in a wayward mood to-day

Ibid. 41 41 115428 For airections, masters of passion, sway it to the mood of what it likes or loaths

Mer. of Venice.41 215|125 He must observe their mood on whom he jefts

Twelfth Night. 3 1 320 1158 That clote afpcét of his does Mew the mood of a much troubled breast K. Jcbr. 41 2 4032135 Whem some three months since I stabbod in my angry mood at Tewkesbury R. 11.1 2 6372 28 One of his father's moods

Coriolanus. : 31 70726 Fortune is merry, and in this mood will give us any thing

7. Cæfur. 3 2 757 146 In that mood the dove will peck the estridge

Ant. and Cleop. 311|790219 When fortune, in her shift and change of mood

Timon of Atkens. 1

1 804/219 Bring oil to fire, (now to their colder moods

Lear. 2 2 941 1137 O the blest gods! 1o will you wish on me, when the raih mood is on Ibid. 241 944210 Her mood will needs be pity'd

Hamlet. 41 51028 1144 You are but now cast in his mood

Othello.2 310572 3 Uncled to the micitirg mood

O bello.151 211078 229 Mony. How nuw, moody

Temes. and dull melancholy

Comedy of Errors. 51 : 1171210 But being mordy, give him line and scope

Hinry iv. 41 41 497 249 The duke hath banith'd moody discontented fury

i Herry vi. 3 1 5561-5 The cardinal-observe, observe he's moody

Hinry viii. 31 21 689125 Musick, moody food of us ihat trade in love

Artcry and Cleap 5) 777159 diícontented souls

Richard. 6651 12 And, as soon movid to be moody, and as soon moody to be mov'd Rimes and Juliet.[3]

1 9812 53 Niedy-mad. But rather moody-mad and desperate flags, turn on the bloody hounds with heads of steel

i Henry vi. 4) 2 56112151 Mlu. n. You would lift the moon out of her fphere

Man in the moon

Ibid.: 2 11249 by this pale queen of night I swear

Im Ver

The moon was a month old, when Adam was no more; and raught not to five

Love's Labor La
weeks, when he came to five score

15911:3 My love her mistress is a gracious moon

Ibid. +31 162 2150 My face is but a moon, and clouded too

Puid. si 21 1671259 Vouchsafe, bright moon, and these tly stars to shine

지 1672163 Thus change I like the moon

16811 8 Our nuptial hour draws on space; four happy days bring in another moon 11.NU.1

17511 5 The moon, like to a silver how new bent in heaven

17511s Chaunting faint hymns to the cold fruitless moon The moon, the governess of the floods, pale in her anger, washes all the air, that rheu: matic diseases do abound The moon, methinks, looks with a watery eye

I'll as soon believe this whole carth may be bored; and that the moon may thro' the center creep, and fo displease her brother's noon tide with the antipodes

Ibid. 3 2 1852116 We the globe can compafs soon, swifter than the wand'ring moon

190111 Let us listen to the moon

1942111 This lanthorn doth the horned noon present

1942/12 Sweet moon, I thank thee for thy funny beams

1942152 How the moon sleeps with Endymion, and would not be awak'd By yonder moon, I swear you do me wrong


'Tis like the howling of Irish wolves against the moon
Lord, how bright and goodly shines the moon


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A.S. P. C.L.

1 Henry iv.1 2 44311/22 Moon. Minions of the moon

Ibid. I 2 443 1 27
For the fortune of us that are the moon's men, doth ebb and Aow like the sca

1b. I

31 447 9 Methinks, it were an easy leap to pluck bright honour from the pale-fac'd moon — And I, in the clear sky of fame, o'er-thine you as much as the full moon doth the cin

2 Henry iv. 41 ? 496 2 25 ders of the element - That I being govern'd by the wat’ry moon, may send forth plenteous tears to drown the

Richard u. 2 21 646 11 4

Coriclanus. 1 1 7052116
They threw their caps as they would hang them on the horns o' the moon

Ibid. 1 1 706 122
Be-mock the modest moon

Ibid. 41 51 729156
And scarr'd the moon with splinters

Ibid. 51 31 735,2 29
The noble filter of Publicola, the moon of Rome
Our terrene moon is now eclips'd; and it portends alone the fall of Antony A. &C. 311 789,254
O sovereign mistress of true melancholy

Ibid. 41 91 7932 I
Let me lodge Lichas on the horns o' the moon

Ibid. 4.10 79422
The visiting moon

Ibid. 41131 7971129
Now the fleeting moon no planet is of mine

How came the noble Timon to this change?--As the moon does, by wanting light to

Timon of Arbens. 4 3 820 1 48

But then renew I could not, like the moon; there were no luns to borrow of 4 3 820 150
The moon's an arrant thief, and her pale fire the snatches from the sun

31 824 2 12
So palc did shine the moon on Pyramus, when he by night lay bath'd in maiden blood

Tit. Andrun. 2 41 840'1128
I am a mile beyond the moon

Ibid. 41 3848 2/22
If Cæsar can hide the sun from us with a blanket, or put the moon in his pocket, we
will pay him tribute for light

Cymbeline. 3

Il 906 2 40
Conjuring the moon to stand his auspicious mistress

Lear. 2 1939 153
Methought his eyes were two full moons; he had a thousand noses


957 138
Packs and feets of great ones, that ebb and flow by the moon

Ibid. 5) 31 962 1155
By yonder blessed moon I vow

Romeo and Julict. 2

21 9762
O, swear not by the moon, the inconstant moon

Ibid. 2 21 9761213
And the moist star, upon whose influence Neptune's empire stands, was sick almost to
dooms-day with eclipse

Hamlet. I I 1000 2 48
And thirty dozen moons, with borrow'd meen

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It is the very error of the moon; she comes more near the earth than she was wont, and
makes men mad

Oibell. 51 3107717
Moon-beams. To fan the moon-beams from his neeping eyes Mid.'Night's Dream. 3) 1 184 2 41

Tempeft. 2 2
Muonih. Being but a moonish youth

As You Like It. 3 2 238132
Moonlight. lll met by moon light
There is two hard things; that is to bring the moon-light into a chamber

Midf. Night's Dr.2

2 17912/20 Ibid. 3

1 1832 12
How sweet the moon-light Neeps upon this bank

Mer. of Venice. 5 1 219 2 32
Moonshine. D. P.

Midl. Nigbe's Dream. 175
Thou now requestest moonshine in the water

Love's Labor L'A. 512

This man, with lanthorn, dog and buih of thorn-presenteth moon-line M.N.'sd. 51932/15
How chance the moonshine is gone, before Thisby comes back and finds her lover Ib. 5 | 195135
Some twelve or fourteen moonshines

Lear. 1 21 932 232
Moor and more, quibbling on those words
The Moor is with child by you, Launcelot

Mercb. of Venice. 3) 5 2141123

Ibid.31 5 2141
Take you in this barbarous Moor, this ravenous tiger, this accursed devil Tit. And. 5 3 3532

These Moors are changeable in their wills
Moor-dilib. The melancholy of Moor-ditch

Orbello. 1 3 10502132
M.p. Will be here with mop and moe

i Henry iv. 1

21 443,236 Mupe. To mope with his fat-brain'd followers so far out of his knowledge


32 Or but a sickly part of one true sense could not

Henry v.3 7 526 2

fo We were brought moping hither


Hamlet. 31 4 10242
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Henry iv.

1| 442,2, 5 Murdake. And one Mordake and a thousand blue-caps more

Ibid.2 41 454,259 Mure, Sir Thomas, is chosen Lord Chancellor

Henry viii. 31 2 6921 56 The more and less came in with cap and knee

Henry iv. 4 3/ 466231 And more and less do flock to follow him

2 Henry iv. 1 14752 46 What is he more than another ! No more than what he shinks he is Troil, and Crej 2 3 869 2 52 More above.

Hamlet. 2 2 1011 1/43 Mre better.

Tempeft. 2 More corrupter.

Lear. 2 2 941|2|14 Morefields. Is this Morefields to muster in

Henry vit. 5 31 7011122 More-baving. And my more-having would be as a fauce to make me hunger more

Macbeth. 4 3 3811145 More-migbtier.

Meas. for Meal: 11001 7 Morgan. Belarius disguised under that name. D. P.

Cymbeline. I 893 Morisco. I have seen him caper upright like to a wild morisco

2 Henry vil3 1586 2128 Morn. Each new morn new widows howl; new orphans cry

Macberb. 41 31 3802 14 Be it in the morn when every one will give the time of day

2 Henry vi. 31 583146 The grey-ey'd morn (miles on the frowning night

Romeo and Juliet.121 31 977146 The morn, in russet mantle clad, walks o'er the dew of yon high eastern hill Hamlet. 1 110011145 Morning. 'Tis fresh morning with me, when you are by at night

Tempeft. 31 1

12 12 40 - As the morning fteals upon the night melting the darkness

Ibid. 5) I 19 249 The gentle day, before the wheels of Phoebus, round about dapples the drowsy eaft with spots of grey

Muib Ado About Norb. 5 31 14521 9 See, how the morning opes her golden gates, and takes her farewell of the glorious fun

3 Henry vi. 2 1 609 1157 - This battle fares like to the morning's war, when dying clouds contend with growing light

Ibid. 21 5 6141116 This morning, like the spirit of a youth that means to be of note, begins betimes

Ant. and Cleop. 41 4799 249 I'll say, yon grey is not the morning's eye

Romeo and Julier. 31 5 9871152 Morocco, Prince of

Mer. of Ven. 197 Morris. The nine men's morris is filled up with mud

Mid. Nigbe's Dream. 2 2 180117 As fit as a morris for a May-day

All's Well. 2 2 2851152 Morris-pike.

Comedy of Errors. 4 3/ 11428 Marfil. How doth my dear morsel thy mistress

Meals. for Meal. 31 2 90210 I found you as a morsel cold upon dead Cæsar's trencher

Ant. and Cleop. 311|78912113 Mert. And then to sigh, as 'twere the mort o'the deer

Winter's Tale. 1 2 335 1137 Mort du Vinaigre.

All's Well. 2/ 3/ 2861134 Mortals. Hernan mortals

Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 2 2 1801110 Lord, what fools these mortals be

Ibid. 3 2 186|128 As all is mortal in nature, fo is all nature in love mortal in folly As You Like Ir. 2 2311/26 preparation

All's Well 31 294 1129 This news is mortal to the queen :- look and see what death is doing Winter's Tale. 3 21 345/1159 I am glad thy father's dead, thy match was mortal to him

Orbello. 5) 21078|1|26 Mortal gaie. Alone he enter'd the mortal gate o' the city

Coriolanus.) 21 21 71512149 Mental buje. This mortal house I'll ruin, do Cæsar what he can Ant. and Cleop. 5 2 7991/16 Mortal twowghis. You spirits that tend on mortal thoughts unsex me here Macbeth. 1 5 367015 Mortality. He was skilful enough to have liv'd still, if knowledge could have been set up against mortality

All's Well. I 1 277127 There's nothing serious in mortality: all is but toys

Macbeth.2 3 37112/20 We cannot hold mortality's strong hand

K. Yobn.4 2 4032/45 And makes such wase in brief mortality

Henry v. | 2 511150 Killing in relapse of mortality

Ibid. 41 31 532114 Here, on my knee I beg mortality, rather than life preserv'd with infamy i Hen. vi. 4 5 563-30 What mortality is! Pofthumus, thy head, which is now growing upon thy moulders, shall within this hour be off

Cymbeline. 41 1 914140 It smells of mortality

Lear. 41 6 95811/13 Morter-pics. He stands there like a morter-piece to blow us

Henry viii. 5) 31 701 1136 Mortificd. For their dear caufes would, to the bleeding, and the grim aların, excite the mortified man

Macbetb. 5 2 383/2 44 Morrimer, Edmund and Lady. D. P.

i Henry iv. 4411 Earl of March

i Henry vi. 543 --, account of their claim to the crown of Ingland

Ibid. 2 s. 55411148 John, duke of York's. plan for C.dc aliuming the name of John Mortimer 2 H. vi. 1 586 2120


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A.S. P. C.L, Mortimer. Now is Mortimer lord of this city

2 Henry vi. 41 659512118 Sir John. D.P. • 3 Henry vi. p. 603. Sir Hugh. D.P. 3 Henry vi. Morton. D. P.

2 Henry iv.

473 Mose. Like to mose in the chinc

Taming of the Sbrew.

3) | 265/1/28 Moss. Yea and furr'd moss besides, when flowers are none, to winter-ground thy corre

Cymbeline. 4 2 9171123 Moj. But always resolute in most extremes

i Henry vi.41 1560117

Hamlet. 21 21011 1139 Most beft. Most pooreft.

Lear. 2 3 942 2116 Mote. You found his more, the king your mote did see, but I a beam do find in each of three

Love's Lab. Lol.4 3 1621/22 A mote it is, to trouble the mind's eye

Hamler. 11100012142 Motb. D. P. .. Love's Labor Loft. p. 147.

Midf. N.'s Dr.

1751 A moth will turn the balance which Pyramus, which Thifbe, is the better

Ibid. s 1 195 1 42 Thus hath the candle sing'd the moth

Mer. of Venice. 2 9208210 Wash every moth out of his conscience

Henry v. 4 1 529112 A moth of peace

Orbello. Il 31049|2|37 Moiber weeping

Two Geni. of Verona. 2 3 291139 represented by a Moe with a hole in it

291152 No longer itaying but to give the mother notice of my affair Meas. for Meas, 5

792 49 of fools

Mucb Ado About Notb. 2 1 12712159 When I said, a mother, methought you saw a ferpent.

All's Well. I 3 2812148 Your mother was most true to wedlock, prince; for she did print your royal father off, conceiving you

Winter's Tale. 5) 1 359)
It cannot be callid our mother, but our grave

Macbetb. 4) 31 382 1121
For the certain knowledge of that truth, I put you o'er to heaven and to my mother

K. Jobr. 1
Your tale must be, how he employed my mother

Ibid. I 1 388 2 18
And I a gasping new deliver'd mother

Richard 1.12 As a long parted mother with her child, plays fondly with her tears, and smiles in meeting

Ibid. 3 2 426216 Wilt thou pluck my fair fon from mine age, and rob me of a happy mother's name

Ibid. 5) 21 43612120 Whiles the mad mothers with their howls confus'd do break the clouds Henry v.3) 3 5221120 But all my mother came into mine eyes, and gave me up to tears

Ibid. 41 533231 As looks the mother on her lowly babe, when death doth close his tender dying eyes

i Henry vi. 3 3 55812/27 How will my mother, for a father's death, take on with me and ne'er be satisfy'd

3 Henry vi. 25 61412 54 Thy mother felt more than a mother's pain, and yet brought forth less than a mother's hope

Ibid. 51 61 63211
A mother only mock'd with two fair babes

Ric erd iii. 4
He no more remembers his mother now, than an eight year old horse Coriclanus. 54 73736
Mall but smile, when they behold their infants quarter'd with the hands of war

Julius Cæfar. 3 1 75412 25 o, how this mother swells toward my heart

Lear.2 41 943147 I was your mother much upon these years that you are now a maid Rom. and Jul. 1 3 97112/27 Morber's pains. Turn all her mother's pains and benefits to laughter and contempt Lear. 4 9372 33 Mother's son. Now, by my mother's son, and that's myself, it shall be moon or star, or what I lift

Taming of the Sbrew. 4 5 273128 Motions. Made daily motions for our home return

Comedy of Errors.1

11032133 Your father and my uncle have made motions

Merry W. of Windsor. 31 41


147 Self-unable motion

All's Well. 3) 12907138 Then he compass’d a motion of the prodigal son

Winter's Tale. 41 21 3491155 Your reason? I see it in my motion, have it not in my tongue Ant, and Cleop.12 3 777|'| 5 Things in motion sooner catch the eye, than what not itirs Troilus and Cre]:31 3 87612151 Abus'd her delicate youth with drugs, or minerals, that weaken motion Oibello. 1 210462 21 A maiden never bold; of spirit fo ftill and quiet, that her motion blush'd at herself

Ibid. 1 3 1043 | 8 Motive. As it hath fated her to be my motive, and helper to a husband All's Well.41 4 300127 Her wanton spirits look out at every joint and motive of her body Troil, and Crefl: 4.51.8811243

As You Like It. 2 7 2322 8 Inveft me in my motley; give me leave to speak my mind, and I will through and through, cleanse the foul body of the infected world

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A.S. P. C.L I wear not motley in my brain

As You Like I1 31 31 239|1|2|| Or to see a fellow in a long motley coat, guarded with yellow, will be deceived

Twelftb Nigbr. 1 51 311113 Miley-minded. This is the motley-minded gentleman

Prologue to Henry viii.

671 116 Move. With words that in an honest suit might move

As You Like It. 5 4 24813 Let me but move one question to your daughter

Comedy of Errors. 4 2 113223 If this letter move him not, his legs cannot: I'll give't him

Mu. Ado Alout Notb. 4 1 1372 I shall never move thee in French, unless it be to laugh at me

Tw. Night. 31 4 324 If I could pray to move, prayers would move me

Henry v. 5 21 539 I'll move the king to any shape of thy preferment

Jul. Cæjar. 3 1 5722-To move is--to stir; and to be valiant is to stand to it

Cymbelme. 1 6 89812 We have had no time to move our daughter

Rom. and Julieta

11 967121 My wife must move for Cailio to her mistress

Ibid. 3! 41 986124 Movealle. What's a moveable ? a joint-stool

Oibello. 21 31058122 Mov'd in good time: let him that mov'd you hither, remove you hence

Tam of ibe Sbrew. 2 1 26125

Lid. 2

4261214 Prayers and tears have mov'd me, gifts could never

2 Henry vi. 47 596 119 I am guiltless, as I am ignorant of what hath mov'd you

Lev. 4 937 And hear the sentence of your moved prince

Ibid. 11 I 968121 Mcvers. See here these movers, that do prize their hours at a crack'd drachm

Coriolanu.. 15 708 2 Which are the movers of a languishing death; but, though now, deadly Cyn.beline. 16, 89811 Moving graces

Messure for Measure. 2 8311 Muid. Po mates for you unless you were of gentler, milder mould Tam. of tbe 1 25512 The very mould and frame of hand, nail, finger

Winter's Tule. 21 31 34212 Be merciful, great duke, to men of mould

Henry v. 1 2 52012 All princely graces, that mould up such a mighty piece as this is Henry viri. 51 4 7021 This mould of Marcius they to dust would grind it

Coriolanus. 3 2 72411 The glass of fashion and the mould of form

Hamlet. 3

110181 Muldid. They say beft men are moulded out of faults

Meas. for Meal. 511 Muly. D. P.

2 Henry iv. 473 Things that are mouldy, lack use

Ibid. 3) 2 4901 II unsbr. A failor's wife had chelnuts in her lap, and mouncht, and mouncht, and mourcht

Macberb. I Miunt. Should you fall, he is the next will mount

2 Henry vi. 3 I 58312 We shall, as I conceive the journey, be at mount before you

Ant. and Cleo. 2 4 Stood challenger on mount of all the age

Hamle:. 4) 7.103112 Countains. These things seem (ml) and undistinguishable like far-off mountains turned into clouds

Midf. Nigbi's Dream. 4

As You Like It. 22361 But mountains may be removed with earthquakes, and so encounter Ay, to the proof; as mountains are for winds, that shake not, tho' they blow per

Tam. of the Sbrew. 2


King Jobr. 2 2 39412 and rocks more free from motion

Henry v. 2 41 51812 Whiles that his mountain fire-on mountain standing

3 Hinry vi. 3

6182 To make an envious mountain on my back O constancy, be Itrong upon my lide! set a huge mountain 'tween my heart and

Julius Cæfar.2 3) 75112 tongue

Hamlet. 5

1103612 And if thou prate of mountains, let them throw millions of acres on us

Mu. Ado Atour Notb.12 128/2 Mountain of affection.

Comedy of Errors. 4 4
Muntain of mad fish that claims marriage of me.

Merry Wives of Windfor. 1
Mountaineers. Who would believe that there were mountaineers, dew-lapp'd like bulis,

T'empeft. 3 3 whose threats had hanging at 'em wallets of flesh

Cymbeline. 41 24 9152

8211 What are you that Ay me thus? scme villain mountaineers

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