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Beaft. Unfeemly woman, in a seeming man! or ill-befeeming beast in seeming both

A. S. P. C.L.

Romeo and Juliet. 3
Hamlet. 1
Ibid. 5

A beast, that wants discourse of reason, would have mourn'd longer
Let a beast be lord of beafts, and his crib shall stand at the king's mess
Your daughter and the Moor are now making the beast with two backs
There's many a beaft then in a populous city, and many a civil monster
Beaftheft. So that in the beastliefst sense you are Pompey the Great
Beaft-like. Her life was beast-like, and devoid of pity
Beaftly. Fye on her! fee how beastly she doth court him
He ftabb'd me in mine own house, and that most beastly
Thou beastly feeder, art fo full of him, that thou provokest thyself to caft him up Ib. 1
In that beastly fury he has been known to commit outrages, and cherish factions

We have seen nothing: we are beastly; fubtle as the fox, for prey; like warlike as the wolf for what we eat

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Ibid. 4

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O thou fond many! with what loud applause didst thou beat heaven with bleffing

Thine eyes and thoughts beat on a crown, the treasure of thy heart
No new device to beat this from his brains

He'll beat Aufidius' head below his knee, and tread upon his neck
On fair ground I could beat forty of them

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Beaten. Since I pluck'd geese, play'd truant, and whipp'd top, I knew not what 'twas

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Beating. Still 'tis beating in my mind your reason for raifing this fea storm

- Do not infeft your mind with beating on this butiness

-, and hanging, are terrors to me

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Ibid. 5 1

Winter's Tale. 4 2 348 242

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Much Ado About Noth.


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Beauty. Grief the canker of

exquifite, because painted

be her wedding dower

2 Gent. of Verona. 1 2 272 47 Ibid. 3

- Say that upon the altar of her beauty you facrifice your tears, your fighs, your heart

lives with kindness

Holy-day time of my beauty

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Ibid. 4 2

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These black masks proclaim an enshield beauty ten times louder than beauty could
Meaf. for Meaf. 2 4

Ibid. 3 1

-The goodness, that is cheap in beauty, makes beauty brief in goodness
Since that my beauty cannot please his eye, I'll weep what's left away, and weeping

First he did praise my beauty, then my speech

Comedy of Errors. 2 1106 2 55

- Exceeds her as much in beauty, as the first of May doth the last of December

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Beauty. My beauty, though but mean, needs not the painted flourish of your praife!

is bought by judgment of the eye, not utter'd by base sale of chapmen's tongues Ibid. 2 My continent of beauty

I may fwear, beauty doth beauty lack

A. S. P. C. L.

Love's Labour Loft. 2


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Your beauty, ladies, hath deform'd us

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Ibid. 5 2


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I'll have thy beauty fcratch'd with briars, and made more homely than thy state

None, but your beauty; 'would that fault were mine

Look on beauty, and you shall fee 'tis purchas'd by the weight
provoketh thieves fooner than gold

Honesty coupled to beauty, is to have honey-fauce to fugar
What though you have beauty (as, by my faith, I fee no more in you than without
candle may go dark to bed,) must you be therefore proud and pityless

'Tis beauty truly blent, whofe red and white nature's own sweet and cunning hand]

laid on

I will give out diverfe schedules of my beauty

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If lufty love should go in queft of beauty, where should he find it fairer than in

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's princely majesty is fuch, confounds the tongue, and makes the fenfes rough
that the tyrant oft reclaims, fhall to my-flaming wrath be oil and flax
'Tis beauty that doth oft make women proud

If I thought that, I tell thee, homicide, these nails should rend that beauty from my cheeks

I did kill king Henry ;-but 'twas thy beauty that provoked me waining and diftressed widow

O beauty, 'till now I never knew thee

Ibid. 1 2

Ibid. 1 2 637119
Ibid. 3 7 655230

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Ibid. 5 2 886 112
Ibid. 5 2 886 243

The beauty that is borne here in the face, the bearer knows not
O beauty, where is thy faith

Henry viii. 4
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Cymbeline. I

For beauty, starv'd with her feverity, cuts beauty off from all pofterity Rom. and
Her beauty hangs upon the cheeks of night like a rich jewel in an Æthiop's
Beaty too rich for ufe, for earth too dear

O fweet Juliet, thy beauty hath made me effeminate -'s enfign yet is crimson in thy lips, and in thy cheeks

3895248 Ibid. 2 4 904214 Ibid. 2

Jul. 1

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Ibid. 1 5 973 2 37
Ibid. 3 1 982 243
Ibid. 5 3 995250

me ugly Othello.5 2 Gent. of Verona. I Merch. of Venice.|1| Ant.and Cleo. 3 Tim. of Atb.1 Hamlet.3


If Caffio do remain, he hath a daily beauty in his life, that makes
Bechance. All happiness bechance to thee
Bechanced. That fuch a thing bechanc'd would make me fad
Beck. And that thy beck might from the bidding of the gods command
What a coil's here! ferving of becks, and jutting out of bums
With more offences at my beck than I have thoughts to put them in
Becked. Whofe eyes beck'd forth my wars, and call'd them home
Become, God and his angels guard your facred throne, and make you


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Henry v.1
3 Henry vi. 2
Love's Labour Left.
Romeo and Juliet. 4
Ant. and Clep.
M. W. of Wind. 4
Beatrice fhall

I cannot joy, untill I be refolv'd where our valiant father is become
Becomes. Nothing becomes him ill that he would well
Becomed love. And gave him what becomed love I might
Becomings. My becomings kill me, when they do not eye well to you
Bed. There's his chamber, his caftle, his ftanding-bed, and truckle-bed
Doth not the gentleman deferve as full, as fortunate a bed, as ever

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Faintnefs conftraineth me to measure out my length on this cold hed
But here an angel in a golden bed lycs all within

No bed fall e'er be guilty of my ftay

By heaven, I will ne'er come into your bed until I fee the ring

Go to thy cold bed, and warm thee

132 118 Ibid. 4 1


Mid. N. Dr.3 2 1891 19

Merchant of Venice. 2

7 200.257

Ibid. 3 2

Induc. to Tam. of the Shrew.

Although before the folemn pricft I have fworn, I will not bed her
I'll to the Tuscan wars, and never bed her

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No truly not, altho' untill last night I have this twelve-month been her bedfellow Ib. 4 1 · Nay, the man that was his bedfellow, that he should for a foreign purse, so sell his fovereign's life

Two tender bed-fellows for duft

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Richard iii. 4 4 663114
Coriolanus. 2 2 715153

Ant. and Cleop.1

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Bed-mate. Nought but heavenly business should rob my bed-mate of my company



Bed-room. By your fide no bed-room me deny

Bed-fwerver. She's a bed-fwerver

Troilus and Creffida. 4 1 8771|5s
1 Henry iv. 2 4
Tempeft. 4 1

Bed-ward. In heart as merry, as when our nuptial day was done and tapers burnt to bed-ward

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Let's not forget, the noble duke of Bedford late deceas'd, but see his exequies fulfill'd in Roan

Bedimm'd the noon-tide fun

Bedlam, have done

Ibid. 3 2
Tempeft. 51
K. Jobn. 2 1392138

Henry v.5 I 5372 4

Ha! art thou bedlam

And fuch high vaunts of his nobility, did inftigate the bedlam brain-fick dutchefs

2 Henry vi. 31


Ay, Clifford; a bedlam and ambitious humour makes him oppofe himself against his king

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Let's follow the old earl, and get the bedlam to lead him where he would Be-drench the fresh green lap of fair king Richard's land

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Kill me a red-hip'd humble-bee on the top of a thistle, and good monfieur bring me the honey-bag

Richard 3 3 428260

Been. For her fake that I have been, for I feel the last fit of my greatnefs Henry viii. 3 1
Bees. The honey-bag steal from the humble bees

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'Tis feldom, when the bee doth leave her comb in the dead carrion
When, like the bee, tolling from every flower the virtuous fweets; our thighs are
pack'd with wax, our mouths with honey, we bring it to the hive; and like the bees
are murder'd for our pains -

compared to the government of a state

So bees with smoke, are from their hives driven away

Ibid. 4 4 4992 6 Henry v. 2 512232 1 Henry vi. 15 549

The commons like an angry hive of bees, that want their leader, fcatter up and down, and care not who they fting

Some fay, the bee ftings; but I fay, it is the bees wax

But for your words they rob the Hybla bees


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When that the general is not like the hive, to whom the foreigners fhall all repair,

what honey is expected

Troilus and Creffida. 1 3 8622 7

We'll follow where thou lead'st, like ftinging bees in hotteft fummer's day

Titus Andronicus.5 1 850141

Full merrily the humble bee doth fing, 'till he hath loft his honey and his fting

Beef. What fay you to a piece of beef and muftard

Troil. and Creffida. 5 11 8912 6 Taming of the Shrew. 4 3 2702|22

But I am a great eater of beef, and, I believe, that does harm to my wit Tw.Night. 1 3 3092 1

O my sweet beef, I must still be good angel to thee

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Befriend. And God befriend us as our cause is just

That majefty to keep decorum, must no less beg than a kingdom Begets. His eye begets occasion for his wit

And often to our comfort, fhall we find the fharded beetle in a fafer hold than is
the full-wing'd eagle

Or to the dreadful fummit of the cliff, that beetles o'er his base into the fea Hamlet. 1
Beetle-brows. Here are the beetle-brows shall blush for me
Beetle-beaded. A whorefon, beetle-headed, flap-ear'd knave
Beetle [or mallet] If I do, fillip me with a three-man beetle
Beeves. And now hath he land and beeves

Befal. So befal my foul, as this is falfe, he burdens me withall
Many years of happy days befal my gracious fovereign

Befits. Oh, how that name befits my composition
Befortune. As much I wish all good befortune you

I fhall befeech him to befriend himself

Beg. You cannot beg us, sir

You taught me first to beg, and now, methinks, you teach me how a beggar should
be answer'd

It is worse shame to beg than to be on the worst fide
She now begs, that little thought, when the fet footing here, she should have bought
her dignities fo dear

Beetle. The poor beetle that we tread upon, in corporal sufferance finds a pang as great/ as when a giant dies

The hard-borne beetle with his drowsy hums
They are his fhards, and he their beetle

A. S. P. C. L.

Meaf. for Meaf. 3 1
Macbeth. 3 2
Ant. and Cleop. 3 2

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He would mouth with a beggar though she smelt brown bread and garlick

Some blood drawn on me would beget opinion of my more fierce endeavour Lear. 2
To speak puling like a beggar at hallowmafs

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Meaf. for Meaf. 3 Is not marriage honourable in a beggar Much Ado About Nothing.3 4 Why had I not with charitable hand took up a beggar's issue at my gates Ibid. 41 that come unto my father's door upon entreaty, have a prefent alms So thou may'st say, the king lies by a beggar, if a beggar dwelleth near him T.Night. 3 I 319 255 A beggar begs that never begg'd before

Like filly beggars, who fitting in the stocks, refuge their fhame, that and others must fit there

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A beggar's tongue makes motion through my lips

When beggars die there are no comets feen

And his poor felf, a dedicated beggar to the air

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Thou took'st a beggar; would'st have made my throne a seat for baseness
Our basest beggars are in the poorest thing fuperfluous
They are but beggars that can count their worth

Beggar's-book. A beggar's book out-worths a noble blood
Beggared. For her own perfon it beggar'd all defcription
Beggary is valiant

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Henry viii. 1 1 673141

Ant. and Cleop. 2
2 Henry vi. 4
Ant. and Cleop. I
As You Like It. 1
Richard iii. 1

Taming of the Shrew.
Two Gent. of Verona.
K. Jobn.

Begrim'd. Her name, that was as fresh as Dian's visage, is now begrim'd and black as

mine own face

Beguile. How shall we beguile the lazy time

Would beguile nature of her custom




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Mid. Night's Dream.5
Winter's Tale. 5
Otbello. 2

I am not merry; but I do beguile the thing I am, by seeming otherwise Beguiled. This palpable grofs play hath well beguil'd the heavy gait of night

You have beguil'd me with a counterfeit

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Bebave. With fuch fober and unnoted paffion he did behave his anger ere 'twas spent


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O Dedicate his behaviours to love

All his behaviours did make their retire to the court of his eye
His general behaviour vain, ridiculous, and thrafonical
what wert thou, 'till this mad man fhew'd thee

Ibid. 5

Ibid. 5 2 1691 49

He has been yonder i' the fun, practifing behaviour to his own fhadow Tw.Night. 2 Thus, after greeting, fpeaks the king of France. In my behaviour to the majesty, the borrow'd majesty of England

Bebefts. And shape his service all to my behefts

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Let us with care perform his great behest

Love's Lab. Loft. 5 2
Cymbeline. 5

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Where I have learnt me to repent the fin of disobedient oppofition to you, and your behefts

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Bebind. All hurt behind; backs red, and faces pale
Bebind-band flackness

Bebelden. For Brutus' fake, I am beholden to you

Beboof. This tongue hath parly'd unto foreign kings, for your behoof
Behoveful. We have cull'd fuch neceffaries as are behoveful for our state
Beboves it us to labour for the realm

Being. And, being, that we detain all his revenue

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Induc. to Tam. of the Shrew.

Old men and beldams in the street do prophecy of it dangerously Beldame. Which, for enlargement ftriving, shakes the old beldame earth I think, we watch'd you at an inch

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Meaf. for Meaf.

Or the bells of St. Bennet, fir, may put you in mind, one, two, three I go, and it's done; the bell invites me -book and candle fhall not drive me back, when gold and filver becks me to come


- If the midnight bell, did with his iron tongue and brazen mouth, found on Ibid. And bid the merry bells ring to thine ear, that thou art crowned, not that I am dead

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The Dauphin's drum, a warning bell fings heavy mufic to thy timorous foul 4
Dares ftir a wing, if Warwick shake his bells
This fight of death is as a bell that warns my old age to a fepulchre
Bell-wether. To be detected with a jealous rotten bell-wether

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-No barricado for a belly, know it; it will let in and out the enemy with bag and baggage

'Sblood I would my face were in your belly

I am the fellow with the great belly, and he my dog

— An I had but a belly of any indifferency, I were fimply the most active Europe

and members, story of

Should, by the cormorant belly be restrain'd, who is the fink o' the body
The fenators of Rome are this good belly, and you the mutinous members

Ibid. 4 3 496149 Coriolanus. I 1 704150 Ibid. 1 17042 24 Ibid. 1 1 704/2155 Belly

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