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A. S. P. C. Apemantus. D.P.

Timon of Aibens.]

803 That few things loves better than to abhor himself

Ibid. I 804 1 Apennines. Talking of the Alps and Apennines

King Jobn. 1 1389 1 Apiso.

As You Like It. 31 2 23811 This apish and unmannerly approach

King Joon. 5 2 40911 courtesy.

Ricbard ii. 1

31 6381 Apollo. [Love.] Sweet and musical, As bright Apollo's lute, ftrung with his hair

Love's Labour Loft.4 3 164 1 fies, and Daphne holds the chase

Mid. Night's Dream. 2

1811 plays, and twenty caged nightingales do fing

Induc. to Tam.of the Sbrew. 2 25312 I have dispatch'd in poft to sacred Delphos to Apollo's temple

Winter's Tale. 2

1 3402 The great Apollo suddenly will have the truth of this appear

Ibid. 2

31 3432 Great Apollo, turn all to the best!

Ibid. 3 1 344 be my judge

Ibid. 3 2 3451 - Bring forth, and in Apollo's name, his oracle

Ibid. 31 21 345 1 Oracle of Apollo

Ibid. 3 2 345 1 's angry; and the heavens themselves do strike at my injustice

Ibid.31 21 345 1 Pardon my great profaneness; 'gainst thine oracle !

Ibid. 3 2 3452 The fire-rob'd god Apollo

Ibid. 4 3) 3501

Titus Andronicus. 4 18452 Tell me Apollo, for thy Daphne's love, what Cressid is

Troi. and Creft 185812 He brought a Grecian queen, whose youth and freshness wrincles Apollo's Ibid. 2 2 8671 Apoplexy. Causes of

2 Henry iv. 1 2 4771 This apoplexy will, certain, be his end

Ibid. 4 4 4982 Apostrophes. You find not the apostrophes, and so miss the accent

Love's Lab. Loft.4

2 1601 Appals. How is’t with me, when every noise appals me?

Macberb. 2 2 3701 Ay, and a bold one; that dare look on that which might appal the devil Ibid. 3/ 4 37512 The dreadful fagittary appals our numbers

Troilus and Crofida. 5 5 8891 Make mad the guilty, and appall the free

Hamler. 2 2/10161 Appalled air.

Troilus and Crefsida. 41 41 8811 Apparel vice like virtue's harbinger

Comedy of Errors. 3 2
The infernal Até in good apparel

Much Ado About Norb. 2

12712 Fashion wears out more apparel than the man

Ibid. 3) 3) 135" Apparel thy head

Love's Labour Lof. 51 1 1652 Nor believe he can have every thing in him, by wearing his apparel neatly

All's Well. 41 31 29811 My gay apparel for an alms-man's gown

Richard ii. 3 31 42912 For the apparel oft proclaims the man

Hamlet. 1) 310051 Apparent. Next to thyself, and my young rover, he's apparent to my heart Winter's Tale. 1 Were it not here apparent, that thou art heir apparent

i Henry iv. 1 I'll draw it is apparent to the crown

3 Henry vi. 2 21 611 21 Apparitions. I have mark'd a thousand blushing apparitions to start into her face

Mucb Ado About Norbing. 4 1 13912 D.P.

Macberb. 363 - I think it is the weakness of mine eyes that shapes this monstrous apparition

Julius Cæsar. 41 31 76112/2 -. D.P.

Cymbeline. 893) That if again this apparition come, he may approve our eyes, and speak

Hamler. 1 Appeach. I will appeach the villain

Richard ii. 5 2 43612 Appeached. Your paffions have to the world appeach'd

All's Well. 1 Appeal. To retort your manifest appeal

Measure for Measure. 5 1

Richard ij. I
Halt thou sounded him, if he appeal the Duke an ancient malice

Ibid. I
Namely to appeal each other of high treasons
Against the Duke of Hereford that appeals me

Ibid. 1) 3 4161116
Whenever yet was your appeal deny'd

2 Henry iv. 41 | 493|2|

Henry v. 1 2 5131212 This lies all within the will of God, to whom I do appeal upon his own appeal, seizes him

Antory and Cleop: 31 5 784 112

Coriolanus. 4 31 7271212 Appeared. Your favour is well appear'd by your tongue

Henry viii. 31 2 688 21 Appears. Wherein he appears as I would with mine enemy Appear it to your mind

Troilus and Creffida. 3. 3 87423

Ricbard i. 1 41 641 26 Appeaje. O God! if my deep prayers cannot appease thee

Richard ii. 1 1 41411 Appelians . Come I appellant to this princely presence

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A, S. P. C.L. Appendix. To bid the priest be ready to come against you come with your appendix

Taming of tbe Sbrew.44 273 Appertaining. The reason that I have to love thee doth much excuse the appertaining rage to such a greeting

Romeo and Juliet. 31 1982 147 Appertainments. We lay by our appertainments visiting of him

Troi. and Cred:12 31 869 1 44 Appertinent. As an appertinent title to your old time

Love's Lab. Loft.1 2 1501214 Appetite of her eye did seem to scorch me up like a burning glass M.W.uf Wind. 1 3

49/2) 7 Scarce confesses that his blood flows, or that his appetite is more to bread than stone

Measure for Measure. 1 41 78260 Fit thy consent to my Marp appetite--lay by all nicety

Ibid. 2 41 862 46 Doth not the appetite alter

Much Ado About Norb. I 13127 - Who riseth from a feast with that keen appetite that he fits down Mer. of Venice. 26 2052 45 - Alas, their love may be call?d appetite,-no motion of the liver, but the palate

Twelfth Nigbt.2) 41 3171152 Belike then, my appetite was not princely got

2 Henry iv. 2) 2 4811 59 Urge his hateful luxury and bestial appetite in change of lust

Richard iii. 31 5653218 - Epicurean cooks, sharpen with cloyless sauce his appetite

Ant. and Cleopo|2/ 17732150 And appetite, an universal wolf

Troilus and Crellida. 31 862 249 Dexterity fo obeying appetite, that what he will he does

Ibid. 5 5 889 129 I am weak with toil, yet strong in appetite

Cymbeline. 3


913137 She would hang on him, as if increase of appetite had grown by what it fed on

Hamlet. 1

2 1003 1 10 - Even as her appetite shall play the god with his weak function

Othello. (21 3105811123 Applaud the name of Henry with your leader

3 Henry vi. 41 2 623 2160 Apples . There's a small choice in rotten apples

Taming of the 1 256137 - As much as an apple doth an oyster, and all one

Ibid. 41 2 2707137 An apple, cleft in two, is not more twin chan these two creatures Twelfth Night. 51 1 331 122 And fight for bitten apples

Henry vit. 51 3 701153 She's as like this as a crab is like an apple

Lear. 11 5 9382-15 Apple-jobs. I am wither'd like an old apple-john

1 Henry iv. 3 3 461-25 The prince once set a dish of apple-johns before him, and told him, there were five more Sir Johns

2 Henry iv. 241 4831225 Apple-tart. Carv'd like an apple-tart

Taming of the Sbrew. 41 31 271138 Appliances. Thou art too noble to conserve a life in base appliances Meas. for Meas. 3)

All's Well. 21 - I come to tender it, and my appliance, with all bound humbleness

I 284 1126 With all appliances and means to boot, deny it to a king?

2 Henry iv. 31 1 488 121 - Ask God for temperance; that's the appliance only, which your disease requires

Henry . 1

1 6731 44 Diseases desperate grown by desperate appliance, are relieved

Hamlet. 41 3.102777 Appoint. Doft think, I am so muddy, so unsettled, to appoint myself in this vexation

Winter's Tale. I 2 337 1 57 Appointed. What, shall I be appointed hours ; as though, belike, I knew not what to take or what to leave

Taming of the Sbrew. 1 1256/15 - It shall be so my care to have you royally appointed

Winter's Tale. 4 3 3551;6I - Suppose, that you have seen the well-appointed king at Hampton pier embark his royalty

Henry o. 3|cb. 5197 57 - The Dauphin, well appointed, stands with the snares of war to tangle thee

i Henry vi. 4 2 561 221 Appointment. Therefore your best appointment make with speed Meas. for Meal. 31 1

872 53 – That from the castle's totter'd battlements our fair appointments may be well perus'd

Richard ii. 31 31 42911 7 That good fellow, if I command him, follows my appointment Henry viii. 2 2 682 141 - Where their appointment we may best discover, and look on their endeavour

Antony and Cleopatra. 4.10 793,2 42 Here art thou in appointment fresh and fair

Troi. and Cred: 4 4 8811134 A pirate of very warlike appointment

Hamlet. 4 6 10311116 Apprebend paffing threwdly

Mucb Ado About Noth. 2 1261

127 - nothing but jollity

Winter's Tale. 41 3 350 11 7 - To apprehend thus, draws us a profit from all things we see

Cymbeline. 31 31 908 138 Apprebenfion. How long have you professed apprehension Much Ado About Notb.31 4 13611 28 If the English had any apprehension, they would run away

Henry v.31 7 526 221 I'll note you in my book of memory, to scourge you for this apprehension 1 Henry vi.2 41 553 52 That's a lascivious apprehension

Timon of Arbens. 18052151 Apprebensove. Men are felh and blood, and apprehensive

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Apprenticebecd. Muft I not serve a long apprentice hood to foreign paffages
Approach. He comes not like to his father's greatness: his approach, fo out of circum-

For our approach Mall so much dare the field, that England shall couch down in
fear and yield

Henry v. 4 2 5302123
Approached. He was expected then, but not approach'd

Cymbeline. 21 41 9042|2.2 Approbation. Which was as gross as ever touch'd conjecture, that lack'd fight only, nought for approbation

Winter's Tale. 2 11 3402126 How many now in health, shall drop their blood in approbation of what your reverence shall incite us to

Henry Il 511149 And with most prosperous approbation

Curiclanus.2 11 7131 'Would I had put my estate, and my neighbour's on the approbation of what I have spoke

Cymbeline. I


897 212 Approof

Measure for Measure. 2 4 87] So in approof lives not his epitaph, as in your royal speech

All's Well.1 21 280115 Of very valiant approof

Ibid. 2 5 289113
As my furthest band thall pass on thy approof

Ant. and Clesp.131 2 782 2
Appropriation. He makes it a great appropriation to his own good parts Mer. of Ven. 1 2 1992
Afprove. To approve Henry of Hereford, Lancaster, and Derby, to God, his sovereign,
and to him, disloyal

Ricbard :1.1 31 4171
I am full sorry, that he approves the common liar

Ant. ard Cleop. 1 1 768|1 And that my sword upon thee shall approve

Titus Andronicus. 2 1 836 Which must approve thee honest

Cymbeline. 5) 5 926 This approves her letter, that she would soon be here

Lear. (2) 41 94412 Which approves him an intelligent party to the advantages of France

Ibid. 31 5 95911
He may approve our eyes

Hamler. I
If you did, it would not much approve me

Lid. 5) 21038
But the main article I do approve in fearful sense

Orbello. 1 3 10471 My love doth so approve him, that even his stubbornness, his checks, and frowns, have grace and favour in them

Ibid. 4 3.10731 Approved. Oh, 'tis the curse of love, and still approv'd

Two Gent. of Ver. 5 41 431 Moft trusty servant well approy'd in all

Taming of the Sbrew. 1 1 2551 And he that is approv'd in this offence, though he had twinn'd with me, both at a birth, shall lose me

Orbello. 2 31056 Approvers. Their discipline (now mingled with their courages) will make known to their approvers, they are people, such that mend the world

Cymbeline.21 41 904 Appurtenance. The appurtenance of welcome is fashion and ceremony Hamlet. 21. 2 1014 Apollo. Now, by Apollo, king, thou swear'st thy gods in vain

Lear.1 931 Apoplexed. But, sure, that sense is apoplex’d; for madness would not err Hamlet. 31 4 1024 Apothecary. D. P.

Romeo and Juliet.

967 Described by Romeo

Ibid. 5 0, true apothecary! thy drugs are quick

Ibid. 5 31 996 Apricocks. Feed him with apricocks and dewberries

Mid. Night's Dr. 31 I Go, bind thou up yon dangling apricocks, which, like unruly children, make their fire stoop with oppression of their prodigal weight

Richard j. 3) 4 430 April. Spungy April

Tempeft.4 I He smells April and May

Merry Wives of Windfor. 31 5 - A day in April never came fo sweet, to thew how costly summer was at hand, as this fore-spurrer comes before his lord

Merchant of Venice. 2
Men are April when they woo, December when they wed As You Like It. 4 I
On Wednesday the fourfcore day of April

Winter's Tale. 4
The April's in her eyes; it is love's spring, and these the showers, to bring it on

Ant. and Cleop. 3! 3
When well apparel’d April on the heel of limping winter treads Rom. and Jul.

97 April-day. The uncertain glory of an April-day

Two Gent. of Icr. 1
This embalms and spices to the April-day again

Tim. of Aib. + 3

7 Apron-men. You have made good work, you and your apron-men

Apt and pretty those terms played on

Love's Labour Lif.
I have a heart as little apt as yours

Coricianus. 3
Live a thousand years, I mhall not find my self so apt to dic

Julius Carjur. 3 1

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A. S. P. C.L. Apter. Which I warrant Mhe is apter to do, than to confess the does As You Like It. 31 21 238/1/11 Apteft. Counsel every man the aptest way for safety and revenge

Henry vi. I 1| 475251 Apiness. That they are in a ripe aptness, to take all power from the people

Cor. 4 31 727237 And be friended with aptness of the season

Cymbelie.2 31 903 4.14 Aqua-vila

Comedy of Errors. 1

il 113137 Like aqua-vitæ with a midwife

Twelfth Night.2 51 31912 31 Some aqua-vitæ, ho!

Riemeo and Juliet. 4 5 992 2 9 Aquilon. Puff’d Aquilon

Troi. and Cref. 41 51 881044 Aquitain. About surrender up of Aquitain

Love's Labour Lojt.11 1 1481236 A plea of no less weight than Aquitain a dowry for a queen

loid. 21 11 152 114 Speech on Aquitain being bound by the king of France to the king of Navarre for 100,000 crowns

Ibiu. 2 1 153137 - I'll give you Aquitain, and all that is his, an you give him for my fake but one loving kiss

Ibid. 2 1 15412 14 Arabia. The Hyrcanian deferts, and the vastly wilds of wide Arabia Mer. of Venii e. 21 71 2062 40 I would my son were in Arabia, and thy tribe before him

Coriolanus. 4/ 21 7271131 Arabian bird. O Antony! O thou Arabian bird

Ant. ard Cle-p.32782 1150 If she be furnith'd with a mind so rare, she is alone the Arabian bird Cymbeline 171 899 1124 Arabian trees. Drop tears as fast as the Arabian trees their med'cinable gum

Orbells. 5. 2 10791230 Arachne. Admits no orifice for a point, as subtle as Arachne's broken woof, to enter

Troie and Cref: 51 2 886257 Arbitrate. But certain issue strokes must arbitrate

Macbetb.5 41 3851115 Can arbitrate this cause betwixt us twain

Richard ii. 1 1 414131 There shall your swords and lances arbitrate

1 41526 Arbitrating that, which the commission of thy years and art could to no issue of true honour bring

Romeo and Juliet. 4 1 990151 Arbitrator. But now, the arbitrator of despairs, just death, kind umpire of men's miseries

i Henry vil 2 5 554 1 12 Arbitrement. The knight is incens'd against you even to a mortal arbitrement

Twelfth Night. 341 325121 We of the offering lide must keep aloof from strict arbitrement i Henry iv. 4 1 464/2) 8. And put thy fortune to the arbitrement of bloody strokes

Richard iii. s 31 666217 is like to be bloody


• 471 96114 Arbour. I will hide me in the arbour

Much Ado about Nothing. 21 31 129110 Arch. And the wide arch of the rang'd empire fall

Ant. and Cleop. 1 1767223 Which like an arch reverberates the voice again

Troie and Cref. 31 3 8752 46 The noble duke my master, my worthy arch and patron comes to night

1 9392123

Orbello. Arcb-mock. O, 'tis the spight of hell, the fiend's arch-mock


11068110 Arcb. Watery arch

Timpefi.411 17 11 4 Arcó-beretic. Let go the hand of that arch-heretic

King Jobn. 3 397 2152 A most arch-heretic, a pestilence that does infest the land

Henry viii. 5) 1 697 1 20 Arcb-villain. All ngle and alone, yet an arch-villain keeps him company Tim. of Atb. 5

2 8262 31 Arcbelaus of Cappadocia

Ant. and Cleop. 6 785110 Arcber. If we can do this, Cupid is no longer an archer Much Ado about Nothing. 2 Our archers shall be placed in the midst

Richard i1..5 34 668 2129 Draw archers; draw your arrows to the head

Ibid. 51 3 6691 16 Arcbidamus. D. P.

Winter's Tale.

333) Archite&t. Chief architect and plotter of these woes

Titus Ar:dronicus. 51 31 854 2 49 Arde. When those sons of glory, those two lights of men met in the vale of Arde

Henry vii. 1 1 6712 28

Hamlei. Argal, the drown'd herself wittingly

5 110331143 Arzier 4231 Argssies. Your mind is tossing on the ocean : there, where your argofies with portly fail, like figniors and rich burghers on the flood

Merchant of Venice. I 1971113 He hath an argoly bound to Tripolis

Ibid. 1 3 200 2.16

2012 6 Hath an argoly cast away, coming from Tripolis

Ibis. Three of your argofies, are richly come to harbour suddenly

2212134 What have I choak'd you with an argosy

Taning of the Shrew. z 1 26312110 As doth a fail, fill'd with a fretting gust, command an argosy to stem the waves

3 Henry V. 2 6 6151221 Argue. Her looks do argue her replete with modesty

Ibid. 3 2 6181 40 So bad a death argues a monstrous life

2 Henry vi. 31 31 5912 13 This argues conscience

Ricburd ii. 31 71 655 2 18 It argues a distemper'd head

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A.S. F Arguing. If arguing make us sweat, the proof of it will turn to redder drops Jul. Caefst 117 Argument. Become the argument of his own scorn

Much Ado about Notbing. 2 31 15 If thou wilt hold longer argument do it in notes


3 IE For Thape, for bearing, argument and valour Love doth approach disguis'd armed in arguments

Love's Laber Loft If you have any pity, grace, or manners, you would not make me such an argu

Midf. Night's Dream. 3 2 1 - An absent argument of my revenge, thou present

As You Like It. 31 1 2 The argument of time

Winter's Tale. 41 1 3 - It would be argument for a week, laughter for a month, and a good jest for ever

i Henry iv. 2 24 And sheath'd their swords for lack of argument

Henry v.31 1 Where is your argument ?-here, in my scabbard

1 Henry via 41 And try the argument of hearts by borrowing

Tim. of Arbens. 228 I cannot fight upon this argument ; it is too starved a subject for my sword

Trois and Cref: 1 g All the argument is-ma cuckold and a whore

Ibid. 2 3 Then will Ajax lack matter if he have loft his argument

Ibid. 2 3 He is his argument, that has his argument

Ibid. 2 3 I had good argument for kissing once

Ibid. 41 5 Ear-kiffing arguments

Lear. 2 Have you heard the argument? Is there no offence in't?

Hamlet. 3) 21 Rightly to be great is not to fir without great argument

Ibid. 41 41 Argus. Though Argus were her eunuch and her guard

Love's Labor Lf.31 1 Purblind Argus, all eyes, and no fight

Troi. and Cres: 1 2 Ariadne, passioning for Theseus

Two Gent. of Ver. 4 3

Midf. Night's Dream. 3 2
Ariel. D. P.

How released from Sycorax

Ibid. 1
Appears like a water nymph

Ibid. 1 Like a harpy, her address to Alonzo and others

Ibid. 31 3 Aries. The bull being gall’d, gave Aries such a knock that down fell both the rams horns in the court

Titus Andronicus. 4 3 Arion. Like Arion on the Dolphin's back, I saw him hold acquaintance with the waves

Twelfth Nigbt. 1 Aristotle's. Or so devote to Aristotle's checks

Taming of ibe Sbrew. 1 Aritbmerick. But now 'tis odds beyond arithmetick

Coriolanus. 3 Spare your arithmetick: never count the turns; once, and a million Cymbeline. 2

Hamlet. 5 Ark. There is, sure, another food toward, and these couples are coming to the ark

As You Like It.5) 4 Armadoes of Carracks

Comedy of Errors.13 A whole armado of collected fail is scattered, and disjoin'd from fellowship

King Jobno3| 4 Armagnac, Earl, proffers his daughter to Henry VI. in marriage

i Henry vi. 5 Armd. Thrice is he arm'd, that hath his quarrel just

2 Henry viil3

3 - For I come hither arm’d again ft myself: stay not, be gone

Romeo and Juliet. 5

5 Arm-gaux. So he nodded, and roberly did mount an arm-gaunt fteed Ant. and Cleop. I Armigero. Who writes himself armigero

Merry Wives of Windsor. 1 Armipotent. The armipotent Mars

Love's Labor Loft. 5

All's Well. 4 3
The armipotent soldier
Armour. I have known when he would have walked ten miles a foot to see a good

Mucb Ado about Norbing - 2
I'll give thee armour to keep off chat word

Romeo and Juliet. 3 3 Like unfcour'd armour hanging by the wall

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