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I love a ballad in print, a'-life; for then we're sure they are true
Here's another ballad, of a fish, that appear'd upon the coast, on Wednesday the
fourfcore of April

Ibid. 4 3 352 145

- If I have not ballads made on you all, and sung to filthy tunes, let a cup of fack be my poison

- I will have it in a particular ballad elfe, with mine own picture on the top of it

And scal'd rhimers ballad us out of tune
Ballad-maker's pen. Prick out mine eyes with a ballad-maker's pen Mu. Ado A. Notb.
Ballad-mongers. I had rather be a kitten and cry—mew, than one of these fame metre

1 Henry iv. 2

2 449 224

2 Henry iv. 4 Ant. and Cleo. 5

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I could wish you were conducted to a gentle bath and balms applied to you
As fweet as balm, as soft as air, as gentle,-O Antony!
of your age

Ballafting. And fo more equal ballafting to thee, Pofthumus
Balm his foul head with warm distilled waters.

With mine own tears I wash away my balm

I pour the helpless balm of my poor eyes

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Baim'd. Oppreffed nature fleeps:-this reft might yet have balm'd thy broken fenfes

1931 228

Lear. 3 6 951 123

Balmy breath. O balmy breath, that doth almost persuade Juftice herself to break her fword

Othello. 5 2 1075 250

Balmy fumbers. 'Tis the foldier's life, to have their balmy flumbers wak'd with ftrife

Balfam. Is this the balfam, that the usuring senate pours into captain's wounds

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Hamlet. 3 21021135

Merry Wives of Windfor. 1

Ban-dogs. The time when fcritch-owls cry, and ban-dogs howl

Bandy. I will bandy with thee in faction

To bandy word for word, and frown for frown

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114 1 12

Ibid. 4 3 1142 10

Ibid. 4 2

Richard ii. 1

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Ant. and Cleep.3 2 782214
Hamlet. 21001 230

Love's Labor Laf.5

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2 Henry vi. 1 4 As You Like It. 5 1246121

Taming of the Shrew. 5 2 276 244

I will not bandy with thee word for word; but buckle with thee blows, twice two for one

One fit to bandy with thy lawless fons

Do you bandy looks with me, you rafcal?

3 Henry vi. 4 608124 Titus Andronicus. 1 2 834221

Lear.1 4 935 226

'Tis not in thee to grudge my pleasures, to cut off my train, to bandy hafty words

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The prince exprefsly hath forbid this bandying in Verona ftreets Romeo and Juliet. 31

Bane. Like rats that ravin down their proper bane

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Bang'd. The defperate tempest hath fo bang'd the Turks, that their defignment halts

Othello. 2 11051156

Banish. Therefore we banish you our territories, you coufin Hereford upon pain of


Richard ii. 1 3 417213

I banish thee on the pain of death, as I have done the rest of my misleaders 2 H. iv. 5 5 me? banish your dotage; banish usury, that makes the fenate ugly Tim. of Atb. 3 5 Banifbed from hence, from Silvia, and from me thy friend 2 Gent. of Verona. 3 1 Thy fon is banish'd upon good advice, whereto thy tongue a party-verdict gave

506 2 16 817127

35 141 Richard ii. 1 3 418 152

Thus is poor Suffolk ten times banished. Once by the king, and three times thrice by thee

That one word-banished, hath flain ten thousand Tybalts Banishment. When time fhall call him home from banishment

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Lear. I 1931 140

Romeo and Juliet. 3 3 985146

Have I not heard these islanders shout out, vive le roy, as I have bank'd their

Bankrout. Time is a very bankrout and owes more than he's worth to season

Bankerout. Dainty bits make rich the ribs, but bankerout the wits
Bankrupt, wit.

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Wherefore do you look upon that poor and broken bankrupt there As You Like It. 21 229 213 Be York the next that must be bankrupt fo The king's grown bankrupt like a broken man hold faft; rather than render back, out with your knives, and cut your trusters' throats!

O break, my heart!-Poor bankrupt, break at once!

Banners. Dancing banners

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Bannerets. Yet the fcarfs, and the bannerets, about thee, did manifoldly

from believing thee a vessel of too great a burden Banning. Fell, banning hag! Enchantress hold thy tongue Banns. With multiplying banns

Banquet brought in by spirits

taken away by spirits

Let us to the banquet

The mind shall banquet, though the body pine
Vifit his countrymen and banquet them

My banquet is to close our stomachs up

It is a banquet to me

Befides the running banquet of two beadles

We have a trifling foolish banquet towards

Henry v.4 2 550254

diffuade me

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Baptism. That what you speak is in your confcience wash'd as pure as fin with baptifm

There is a fair young maid that yet wants baptifm

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The lottery of my deftiny bars me the right of voluntary chufing Mer. of Venice. 2
O! thefe naughty times put bars between the owners and their rights


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Bars me the pleasure of a brother

Peace, ho! I bar confusion

a thousand harms, and lengthens life. Since this bar in law makes us friends

A. S. P. C. L. 223124

As You Like It
Ibid. 5

Induc. to Taming of the Shrew.


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2254241 Ibid. 1 1 256 137

Henry iv. 2 4 484220

I will bar no honest man my house, nor no cheater
Harry England, that sweeps through our land, with pennons painted in the blood
of Harfleur

To bring your most imperial majesties unto this bar, and royal interview
Which obloquy set bars before my tongue

With God, her confcience, and these bars against me

I am their mother, who shall bar me from them?
Heaven and fortune bar me happy hours

Henry v. 3 5 523138 Ibid. 5 2 538160 Henry vi. 2 5 554136 Richard iii. 1 2637221 Ibid. 4

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If you cannot bar his access to the king, never attempt any thing on him
And to bar your offence herein too, I durft attempt it against any lady in the world Cym.1
For your claim, fair fifter, I bar it in the intereft of my wife
Barbara. My mother had a maid, call'd-Barbara; she was in love, and he she lov'd,
prov'd mad
Barbarians. I would they were Barbarians, (as they are, though in Rome litter'd :) Cor. 3
Barbarijin. I have for barbarism spoke more, than for that angel knowledge you can

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Love's Labor Loft. 1
Winter's Tale. z
Richard ii. 52

Troilus and Creffida. 5

Henry v. 1
Titus Andronicus. I

Barbarous. Living hence, did give ourselves to barbarous licence
Thou art a Roman, and be not barbarous
Barbary. When Bolingbroke rode on roan Barbary, that horse that thou so often had

Barbary borse. You'll have your daughter cover'd with a Barbary horse
Barbafon, [founds] well


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Barbazon. I am not Barbazon; you cannot conjure me
Barb'd. It was the defire of the penitent to be fo barb'd before his death Meaf for Meaf. 4
Barbed-feeds. Instead of mounting barbed steeds
Richard ni.1

Barber. He may keep it still as a face-royal, for a barber shall never earn fixpence out of it

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2 476 125

Ham. 2 210152 I All's Well. 2 2285 146 Lear. 2 2940238

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It was a bare petition of a state, to one whom they had punish'd Bare-bone. Here comes lean Jack, here comes bare-bone

Coriolanus. 51

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Bare-gnawn. My name is loft; by treafon's tooth bare-gnawn, and canker-bit Lear. 5
Bargain. Upon what bargain do you give it me

The boy hath fold him a bargain

To fell a bargain well is as cunning as faft and loofe

Love's Labor Left. 3 I 1551 32

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of your faith

No bargains break, that are not this day made

Ibid. 3 1


Love's Labor Loft.5 2

1732 31

2112 5

Merchant of Venice. 3 2

King Jobn. 3 397 15

But in the way of bargain, mark ye me, I'll cavil on the ninth part of a hair

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Bargulus. This villain here being captain of a pinnace, threatens more than Bargulus

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Baring. Or the baring of my beard

Bark. Would bark your honour from that trunk you bear, and leave you naked

Sailing and return defcribed

Though his bark cannot be loft, yet it shall be tempeft-toft

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All these the enemies to our poor bark

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And I in such a bay of death, like a poor bark, of fails and tackling reft Leak'd is our bark; and we, poor mates, ftand on the dying furges threat

The bark thy body, is failing in this falt flood

Now at once run on the dashing rocks thy fea-fick weary bark

The bark is ready, and wind at help

His bark is ftoutly timber'd

Let the labouring bark climb hills of feas

Barking. The envious barking of your faucy tongue

Barklugbly-cafile call you this at hand

2 Henry vi. 3 2

3 Henry vi. 5 4 630111
Richard iii. 3 7 6552 6
Ibid. 4 4 661211

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Timon of Athens. 4
Romeo and Juliet. 3


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Barns. If your husband have stables enough, you'll look he fhall lack no barns

Barne. Mercy on's a barne! a very pritty barne!


Much Ado About Nothing. 3 4 136 1 8
Winter's Tale. 3
1 Henry iv. 2 3

Barn. He loves his own barn better than he loves our house
Bareny. If my young lord your fon have not the day, upon mine honour, for a filken
point I'll give my barony

Barrabas. I have a daughter; would, any of the stock of Barrabas had been her huf-
band, rather than a chriftian!

Barr'd. Things hid and barr'd (you mean) from common sense?

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Twelfth Night. 51332 213
Richard 22 64612
Coriolanus. I I 703 2 22

Our elders fay, the barren, touched in this holy chafe, shake off their fterile curfe

Barren-spirited. A barren-fpirited fellow; one that feeds on objects,


Barrful. A barrful strife

Barr'. Thou barr'ft our prayers to the gods

Barricado. Man is enemy to virginity; how may we barricado it against
Barricadoes. Why it hath bay windows tranfparent as barricadoes
Barricado. No barricado for a belly

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Bartholomew. Go you to Bartholomew my page, and fee him drefs'd in all suits like
a lady
Induc. to Taming of the Shrew.
Bartholomew bear-pig. Thou whorefon little tiddy Bartholomew boar-pig 2 Henry iv. 2 4 486123
Belan. O, that I were upon the hill of Bafan, to outroar the horned herd Ant. and Cles, 311
Bafe. I will run no base humour

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2 Gent. of Verena. 1

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Bid the bafe

The bafe is right; 'tis the bafe knave that jars

Bof: court. My lord, in the bafe court he doth attend to speak with you Rihard

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Bafe. He, with two ftriplings, lads more like to run the base, than to commit fuch flaughter

You base foot-ball-players

Bafeliefs fabrick of a vifion


A, S. P. C. L.

Cymbeline. 5 3 92116

Lear. I

4 935 229

Timpft. 41

Bafe men being in love, have then a nobility in their natures more than is native to them

Bajenes. Thou unconfinable baseness

Othello. 2

11053 223
2 54113

Merry Wives of Windfer. 2
Tw.Night. 51
Coriolanus. 3 2 724131

It is the baseness of thy fear, that makes thee ftrangle thy propriety
And, by my body's action, teach my mind a most inherent bafenefs
Fly, damned baseness, to him that worships thee


Timon of Athens. 3 813134

From whose so many weights of baseness cannot a dram of worth be drawn


Cym 3 5 912126

My noble Moor is true of mind, and made of no fuch basenefs as jealous creatures


Bafbfull. As a brother to his fifter fhew'd bashfull fincerity and comely love

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Baftard. Ere he would have hanged a man for getting a hundred paid for a thousand


An the heavens so please that thou wert but my bastard
That were a kind of bastard hope, indeed

King Jobn. 1
Winter's Tale. 1
1 Henry ru. 2
Henry v.5

2 Henry vi. 3

390 122 3381 34502 55 2 538 149 2587158

Ibid. 3 2

590 110

3 Henry vi. 32 619125

Richard iii. 1 2
Cymbeline. 2 4
2 Henry vi. 47
Troil. and Creff1 3
Tempeft. 3 3

Merchant of Venice.

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Titus Andronicus.

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baftards he would have

Sure, they are bastard to the English; the French ne'er got them
Give her the bastard

The bastard's brains with these my proper hands fhall I dash out
Shall I live on, to see this baftard kneel, and call me father?
For 'tis a baftard, so sure as this beard's grey

You had a baftard by Polixenes, and I but dream'd it

Meafure for Meafure. 3 2
Love's Labor Loft. 5 1
Merchant of Venice. 3 5

All's Well 2 3
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For he is but a bastard to the time, that doth not fmack of obfervation King John.1
Thy baftard shall be king

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Degenerate bastard! I'll not trouble thee, yet I have left a daughter Nature's baftards: of that kind our ruftick garden's barren; and I care not to get flips of them

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Then make your garden rich in gilli-flowers, and do not call them bastards
[Wine] We shall have all the world drink brown and white bastard Meaf. for Meaf 3 2
Score a pint of bastard in the half moon

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Much Ado About Nothing. I
As You Like It.5
King John. 2

Baffinado. I will deal in poifon with thee, or in bastinado, or in steel

He gives the bastinado with his tongue

Bafting. The meat wants, that I have

Left it make you cholerick, and purchase me another dry-basting

Bat. Ere the bat hath flown his cloifter'd flight

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