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A.S. P. C.L. Beaft. Unseemly woman, in a seeming man! or ill-beseeming beast in seeming both

Romeo and Juliet. 3 3 986135 A beast, that wants discourse of reason, would have mourn'd longer Hamlet. 1 21003'17 Let a beast be lord of beasts, and his crib Thall stand at the king's mess

Ibid. 5) 210381131 Your daughter and the Moor are now making the beast with two backs Orbello. I 1104412 51

There's many a beast then in a populous city, and many a civil monster Ibid. 41 110681 Beatieft. So that in the beastlieft fense you are Pompey the Great Meas. for Meas: 2

Titus Andron. 51 31 8552/31 Beaf-like. Her life was beast-like, and devoid of pity Beatly. Fye on her! see how beastly she doth court him

Tam. of the Sbrew. 4 2 26912/20 He ftabb'd me in mine own house, and that most beastly

2 Henry iv. 2 Il 47911151 Thou beastly feeder, art fo full of him, that thou provokest thyself to cast him up Ib. 1 3 479/218 In that beastly fury he has been known to commit outrages, and cherish factions

Timon of Arbens. 3 5 8162155 We have seen nothing: we are beastly; subtle as the fox, for prey; like warlike as the wolf for what we eat

Cymbeline. 31 31 90812 9 - knave, know you no reverence

2 941|1|28 Beat. How he beat me because her horse stumbled

Tam. of the Sbrew. 4 O thou fond many! with what loud applause didst thou beat heaven with blessing Bolingbroke

2 Henry iv. 1 3 47912 5 Thine eyes and thoughts beat on a crown, the treasure of thy heart 2 Henry vi. 2 15781151 No new device to beat this from his brains

Henry vti. 3 269012/24 He'll beat Aufidius' head below his knee, and tread upon his neck Coriolanus. I

31 707141 On fair ground I could beat forty of them

1 721|243 Beater. Since I pluck'd geese, play'd truant, and whipp'd top, I knew not what 'twas to be beaten till lately

M. Wives of Wind. 5 1 701239 Let us be beaten if we cannot fight

Macbeth. 51 61 385231 Are we not beaten ? Is not Angiers lost?

King Jobn.3) 41400131

Hamlet. 2 . But in the beaten way of friendship

2 1031|1115 Beating. Still 'tis beating in my mind your reason for raising this sea storm Tempest. 1 312150

Do not infest your mind with beating on this butiness
and hanging, are terrors to me

Winter's Tale. 42348242

Muib Ado About Notb.
Beatrice. D.P.
Blaver. I saw young Harry with his beaver on

i Henry iv.141 146412 48 - I cleft his beaver with a downright blow

3 Henry vi. 1 Il 603120 What is my beaver easier than it was

Richard it. 51 31 666|126 He wore his beaver up

Hamler. 1 2 1003/252 Beaufort, Cardinal. D.P.

1 Henry vi. 543 Here's Beaufort, that regards not God nor king

31 547 235 The Duke of Gloster's charge against him in parliament

Ibid. 31 555 116 His defence

Ibid.

31 1 5551 36 D.P.

2 Henry vi.

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Ibid.31 31 5911

Ricbard ii. 2 Beaumond. Lord

21 423142 Beauties no richer than fair taffata

Love's Labour Loft. 51 21 167217

Hamlet. 2 Beautified. The most beautified Ophelia

2/1011124 Beauty. Grief the canker of

Tempest 1 exquisite, because painted

2 Gent. of Verona. 271247 - be her wedding dower

34 1 24 - Say that upon the altar of her beauty you sacrifice your tears, your sighs, your heart

372/17 - lives with kindness

3911 Holy-day time of my beauty

Merry Wives of Wind. 2

51143 These black malks proclaim an enshield beauty ten times louder than beauty could displayed

Meas. for Meal: 24 - The goodness, that is cheap in beauty, makes beauty brief in goodness

891 27 Since that my beauty cannot please his eye, I'll weep what's left away, and weeping die

Comedy of Errors. 2

1 1062155 First he did praise my beauty, then my speech

Ibid. 41 2] 11412125 Exceeds her as much in beauty, as the first of May doth the last of December

Much Ado About Noth. I

1 123 1|44 - In despight of beauty

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127 112 - To turn all beauty into thoughts of harm

Ibid.4 1 1381 33 - Will you then write me a lonnet in praise of my beauty

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A. S. P. C.L. Beauty. My beauty, though but mean, needs not the painted flourish of your praise !

Love's Labour Loft. 2 Il 1521,19 is bought by judgment of the eye, not utter'd by base sale of chapmen's tongues itid. 2

1|152121 My continent of beauty

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41 I 158125 I may Swear, beauty doth beauty lack

Ibid. 41 3) 1631 14 Your beauty, ladies, liath deform'd us

Ibid. 5 2 1731157 None, but your beauty; 'would that fault were mine

Mid. Night's Dream. I

177 154 Look on beauty, and you shall see ʼtis purchas'd by the weight Mer. of Ven. 3 2

210216 provoketh thieves sooner than gold

As You Like It., 1 31 2282 30 Honesty coupled to beauty, is to have honey.sauce to sugar

Ibid.

31 3 238 235
What though you have beauty (as, by my faith, I see no more in you than without
candle may go dark to bed,) must you be therefore proud and pityless Ibid.3) 5 240 226

'Tis beauty truly blent, whose red and white pature's own (weet and cunning hand,
laid on

Twelfth Nigbr. 5 312 2 32
I will give out diverse schedules of my beauty

5 312 238 - I'll have thy beauty scratch'd with briars, and made more homely than thy state

Winter's Tale.

3 3532 48 If lusty love Mould go in quest of beauty, where Mould he find it fairer than in Blanch

King Febr. 2

2 3942113 Book of beauty

Ibid. 2

2 395 110 's princely majesty is such, confounds the tongue, and makes the senses rough 1 Hen. vi. 5 4 566 2 7 that the tyrant oft reclaims, Mall to my faming wrath be oil and flax 2 Hen. vi. 5) 2 601 252 'Tis beauty that doth oft make women proud

3 Henry vi. I 4 6082 51 Your beauty was the cause of that effect

Richard ii. 1 2 636 2 12 If I thought that, I tell thee, homicide, these nails should rend that beauty from my cheeks

Hvid. 1

2 636216 I did kill king Henry ;-but 'twas thy beauty that provoked me

Ibid. 1 2 637 1 19 - waining and distressed widow

Ibid. 3 7 6552130 O beauty, 'uill now I never knew thee

Henry viii..

41 6781150 The heauty that is borne here in the face, the bearer knows not

Troi. and Cru 3) 38752129 O beauty, where is thy faith

Ibid. 5) 21 8861 12 If beauty have a soul, this is not the

Ibid. 5) 21 886 243
Her beauty and her brain go not together

Cymbeline. 1 31 895248
Let her beauty look through a casement to allure false hearts
Let there be no honour where there is beauty
For beauty, starv'd with her severity, cuts beauty off from all posterity Rom. and Juli

1 969 2 47 Her beauty hangs upon the cheeks of night like a rich jewel in an Æthiop's ear:

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Bea.ty too rich for use, for earth too dear

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Ibid. 3 1 98212 43 O sweet Juliet, thy beauty hath made me effeminate

Ibid. 5 3 9952150 -'s enlign yet is crimson in thy lips, and in thy cheeks

Othello. 5 1 1074 128 If Callio do remain, he hath a daily beauty in his life, that makes me ugly

2 Gent. of Verona. I Becbance. All happiness bechance to thee

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Beck. And that thy beck might from the bidding of the gods command me Art and Cleo. 39 7872 10

Tim. of Atb. 1
What a coil's here! serving of becks, and jutting out of bums

2 809 210 With more offences at my beck than I have thoughts to put them in

Artony and Cleop. 410794,1125
Becked. Whose eyes beck'd forth my wars, and call'd them home
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3 Henry vi. 2 Il 6091 46 I cannot joy, untill I be resolv'd where our valiant father is become

Love's Labour Loft. 1 21 152 154 Becomes. Nothing becomes him ill that he would well

Romeo and Juliet, 4 2 9911 27
Becomed love. And gave him what becomed love I might

Ant. and Cle po 3 771129
Becomings. My becomings kill me, when they do not eye well to you
Bed. There's his chamber, his caftle, his standing bed, and truckle-bed M.W.of Wind. 4 3
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A. S. P. C.L. Bed. To die upon the bed my father dy'd

Winter's Tale. 41 31 354719 Time enough to go to bed with a candle

i Henry iv. 21 1 448 2 6 He hath banith'd me his bed already; his love too long ago

Henry viii. 31 1 6872 19 Beds i' the east are soft

Ant. and Cleop. 2617791 42 Bedfellow. Lady, were you her bedfellow last night

Much Ado About Norb. 41 1 13812 19 No truly not, altho' untill last night I have this twelve-month been her bedtellow 16.41 1 13812 20

Nay, the man that was his bedfellow, that he should for a foreign purse, fo sell his sovereign's life

Henry v. 2 2 5152 44 Two tender bed-fellows for dust

Richard ii. 41 4663114 He loves your people ; but tye him not to be their bed-fellow

Coriolanus. 2 2 715753 - Go, you wild bed-fellow, you cannot soothsay

Ant. and Cleop. 1 2 768 2 46 Bed-mate. Nought but heavenly business should rob my bed-matc of my company

Treilus and Craffida. 4 1 8777155 Bed-preller.

į Henry iv. 21 4 453 252 Bed-rite.

Tempeft. 41

171133 Bed-room. By your side no bed-room me deny

Mid. Night's Dream. 2 3 182 113 Bed-swerver. She's a bed-swerver

Winter's Tale. 21 1 339 2 46 Bed-ward. In heart as merry, as when our nuptial day was done and tapers burnt to bed-ward

Coriolanus. 16 70924 Bed-work. They call this bed-work, mappery, closet-war Troilus and Cressida. 1 31 8632 18 Bedabbled with the dew, and torn with briers

Mid. Night's Dream. 3 2 189 216

Ricbard in. I Bedafbed. Like trees bedash'd with rain

2 636261 Bedecking. With such bedecking ornaments of praise

Love's Lab. Loft. 2 1 15212132 Bedford, John duke of. D. P.

2 Henry iv. 473 Duke. D. P.

Henry v. 59 Duke. D. P.

i Henry vi.

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

Ibid. 3) 2 558 1 26 Bedim.'d the noon-tide fun

Tempeft. 192.17 Bedlam, have done

K. Jobr. 2.1 392 138 Ha! art thou bedlam ·

Henry v. 5 1 5372 4 And such high vaunts of his nobility, did instigate the bedlam brain-fick dutchess

2 Henry vi. 31 1 5832151 - Ay, Clifford; a bedlam and ambitious humour makes him oppose himself againn his king

Ibid. 5) 1 600 2

9 The country gives me proof and precedent of bedlam beggars

Lear.'2 3 9422 23 Let's follow the old earl, and get the bedlam to lead him where he would

Ibid.31 7 952 232 Be-drenc b the fresh green lap of fair king Richard's land

Richard ii. 31 31 4282160 Been. For her fake that I have been, for I feel the last fit of my greatness Henry viii. 3 1687 128 Bees. The honey-bag steal from the humble bees

Mid. Night's Dream. 3 1 1842 36 Kill me a red-hip'd humble-bee on the top of a thistle, and good monsieur bring me the honey-bag

Ibid. 4 1 1891156 Red-tail'd humble bee

All's Well.4! 5 300 2 2 'Tis seldom, when the bee doth leave her comb in the dead carrion 2 Hirry iv. 4 4 499/138 When, like the bee, tolling from every flower the virtuous sweets; our thiglis 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

Ibid. 4 4 499128 compared to the government of a state

Henry v. 1

5122132 So bees with smoke, are from their hives driven away

i Henry vi. 1 5 54926 - The commons like an angry hive of bees, that want their leader, scatter up and down, and care not who they sting

2 Henry vi. 31 21.588114 Some say, the bee stings; but I say, it is the bees wax ;

5932 18 · But for your words they rob the Hybla bces

Julius Caesar.

5762143 When that the general is not like the hive, to whom the foreigners Mall all repair, what honey is expected

Troilus and Cressida. :) 3 86227 · We'll follow where thou lead'st, like stinging bees in hottest summer's day

Titus Andronicus. 51 850 141 - Full merrily the humble bee doth sing, 'till he hath lost his honey and his sting

Troil. and Creffida. 511 89126 Belf. What say you to a piece of beef and mustard

Tariing of the Sbr:w. 41 31 270222 But I am a great eater of heef, and, I believe, that does harm to my wit Tw.Nigbr.1 31 30921 O my sweet beef, I must still be good angel to thee

i Henry iv.31 31 463219 Ecef-witted. Thou mungrel beef-witted lord

Treilus drid Crujida. 2 1865145 Buer. Here's a pot of good double beer

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Beetle. The poor beetle that we tread upon, in corporal sufferance finds a pang as great
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Meal for Meal-31 1
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Macbetb.31 2374/2136
They are his Thards, and he their beetle

Ant. and Cleop. 31 2 782/26 And often to our comfort, shall we find the sharded beetle in a safer hold than is the full-wing'd eagle

Cymbeline. 3/ 3) 908|140 Or to the dreadful summit of the cliff, that beetles o'er his base into the sea Hamlet. I

4 100627 Beetle-brows. Here are the beetle-brows shall blush for me

Romeo and Jul. I 4 972 1/47 Beetle-beaded. A whoreson, beetle-headed, flap-ear'd knave Taming of tbe Sbrew. 41 1 268 2 34. Beetle (or mallet] If I do, fillip me with a three-man beetle

2 Henry iv. 1

2 478|1|24. Beeves. And now hath he land and beeves

Ibid.31 2 492 2 3 Befal. So befal my soul, as this is false, he burdens me withall Com. of Errors. 5 1 118|233 Many years of happy days befal my gracious sovereign

Ricbard i. I 14132/14 Befits. Oh, how that name befits my composition

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1420210 Befortune. As much I wish all good befortune you

2 Gent. of Verona. 413 4011/33 Befriend. And God befriend us as our cause is just

i Henry iv. 5 1 468231 I shall beseech him to befriend himself

Julius Cajar.12 41 751|2 45 Beg. You cannot beg us, fir

Love's Labor Loft. 5 2 176111 - You taught me first to beg, and now, methinks, you teach me how a beggar should be answer'd

Mercb. of Venice. 4) 1 218 218 It is worse shame to beg than to be on the worst fide

2 Henry iv. 1 2 476230
She now begs, that little thought, when the set footing here, the should have bought
her dignities so dear

Henry vii. 31 1
That majesty to keep decorum, must no less beg than a kingdom Ant. and Cleop. 5 2 789 229
Begets. His eye begets occasion for his wit

Love's Labor Loft.2

152/2/22 Such friends as time in Padua shall beget

Taming of the Sbrew.sı Il 2551150 Some blood drawn on me would beget opinion of my more fierce endeavour Lear. 2 1 9391144 Beggar. To speak puling like a beggar at hallowmass

2 Gent. of Verona. 2 171154 He would mouth with a beggar though the smelt brown bread and garlick

Meas: for Meas. 3 2 911237 Is not marriage honourable in a beggar

Much Ado About Notbing. 31 4 1352 49 Why had I not with charitable hand took up a beggar's issue at my gates Ibid.41 1 138121 3. that come unto my father's door upon entreaty, have a present alms T. of Shrew. 41 31 27012 3 So thou may'st say, the king lies by a beggar, if a beggar dwelleth near him T.Nigbr. 3) 1 319255 A beggar begs that never begg'd before

Ricbard i. 5 3 437/218Like filly beggars, who fitting in the stocks, refuge their name, that many have and others must fit there

Ibid. 51 51 43812 23 mounted, run their horse to death

3 Henry vi. 1 41 608/2 50

Ricbard ii. 3
In weightier things you'll say a beggar nay

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A beggar's tongue makes motion through my lips
When beggars die there are no comets ieen

Julius Cæfar.12) il 75011 55

Tim. of Arbens. 4 2 8191129 And his poor self, a dedicated beggar to the air

Cym. 1 2 895117 Thou took'st a beggar; would'st have made my throne a seat for baseness

4 945 211 Our baseft beggars are in the poorest thing fuperfluous

Romeo and Jul. 12 6 981234 They are but beggars that can count their worth

Henry viii. 1 1 6731141 Beggar's-book. A beggar's book out-worths a noble blood

Ant. and Cleop.2 2 776146 Beggared. For her own person it beggar'd all description

2 Henry vi. 4/ 2 593:29 Beggary is valiant

Ant. and Cleop. 1

1767 1 22 There's beggary in the love that can be reckon'd

As You Like It. I 2 2261113 Beginning. Well, the beginning, that is dead and buried

Richard iii. 1 3 6391255 Be-gnaw. The worm of conscience still be-gnaw thy soul

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 3/2 2651 32
Begnawn with the bots

Two Gent. of Verona. 31 1
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Begrim'd. Her name, that was as fresh as Dian's visage, is now begrim'd and black as

Orbello.3) 3.1063 243 mine own face

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Mucb Ado About Norbing. 21 31 129143 - All his behaviours did make their retire to the court of his eye Love's L. Lef. 2 I 19411131 - His general behaviour vain, ridiculous, and thrasonical

Ibid. 5 1641 51 what wert thou, 'till this mad man sew'd thee

Ibid. 51 2 169.49 - He has been yonder i' the sun, practising behaviour to his own shadow Tw.Nigbr. 51 31712146

Thus, after greeting, speaks the king of France. In my behaviour to the majesty, the borrow'd majesty of England

K. Jobr. 1 1387110 Bebefts. And shape his service all to my behests

Love's Lab. Lof. 51 2 1662/24 - Let us with care perform his great beheft

Cymbeline. 5| 41 922 259 Where I have learnt me to repent the fin of disobedient opposition to you, and your behests

Romeo and Juliet. 41 299119 Bebind. All hurt behind; backs red, and faces pale

Coriolanus.tl 41 708121 1 Bebind-band lackness

Winter's Tale. 5 1 359131 Bebelden. For Brutus' fake, I am beholden to you

Julius Cæfar. 3 27552 13 Beboof. This tongue hath parly'd unto foreign kings, for your behoof 2 Henry vi. 41 7 5962 9 Beberveful. We have culld such necessaries as are behoveful for our fate Rom. and Jul. 41 399126 Beboves it us to labour for the realm

2 Herry vi. 1 1 573 1146 Being. And, being, that we detain all his revenue

Ant. and Cleap. 316784/2 22 To shift his being, is to exchange one misery with another

Cymbeline.1

M. Ado Ab. Noib. 3) 31 135 1127 Bel. Like god Bel's priests in the old church window Belarius. D. P.

Cymbeline. 8931 Belcb, Sir Toby. D. P.

Twelfth Night.

307 Which almost burft to belch in the fea

Ricbard ii. ] 41 64112132 The bitterness of it I now belch from my heart

Cymbeline. 31 5912220 They eat us hungerly, and, when they are full, they belch us

Othello. 3/ 4 10652 44 Beldam. Why, Beldam is as good as he, my lord Induc. to Tam. of tbe Shrew.

12521114 - Old men and beldams in the street do prophecy of it dangerously K. Jobr. 41 21 4042/42 Beldame. Which, for enlargement striving, thakes the old beldame earth 1 Henry iv.131 14571 41 - I think, we watch'd you at an inch

2 Henry vi. 41 577243 Be-lee'd. Must be be-lee'd and calm'd by debtor and creditor

Otbello. I 11043218

Hamlet. I Belief. And will not let belief take hold of him

Il 999220 Belike. Who, belike, having receiv'd wrong

Merry Wives of Windsor. 3 A ghostly father, belike

Meal. for Meal. 51 99113 - you mean to make a puppet of me

Tam. of tbe Sbrequ. 41 31 271153 'Twas odds, belike, when valiant Warwick fled

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Mucb Ado Ab. Nothing: 31 21 13311 5 If ever been where bells have knoll'd to church

As You Like I. 2 71 233 1154 Or the bells of St. Bennet, fir, may put you in mind, one, two, three

Tw. Night. 51 1

329 130 I go, and it's done; the bell invites me

Macbcıb. 2 1 3692122 - book and candle shall not drive me back, when gold and silver becks me to come on

K. John. 3 3 399 2110 If the midnight bell, did with his iron tongue and brazen mouth, found on

Ibid.31 31 3992

237 And bid the merry bells ring to thine ear, that thou art crowned, not that I am dead

2 Henry iv. 41 41 49912147 The Dauphin's drum, a warning bell sings heavy music to thy timorous roul 11.vi. 4 2 5612 39 Dares ftir a wing, if Warwick shake his bells

3 Henry vi. 1

1604123 - This fight of death is as a bell that warns my old age to a sepulchre Rom. and Jul. 5 3 9971/18 Bel-werber. To be detected with a jealous rotten bell-wether Merry W.of Wind/- 31 51 641135 To be bawd to a bell-wether

As You Like It. 31 2 235 1138 Bdiona's bridegroom

Macbeth. 1 2 364.134 Bellow. The croaking raven doth bellow for revenge

Hamlet. 3 2 10211130 Bellow'd. And bellow'd out as he'd burst heaven

Lear. 5) 31 9642 19 Belly. Portly belly

Merry W.of Windsor. I 3 4912] 3 So you may put a man in your belly

As You Like It. 31 2123612 1 - No barricado for a belly, know it; it will let in and out the enemy with bag and baggage

Winter's Tale. 1

3361133 Sblood I would my face were in your belly

i Henry iv. 3 3 4621120 I am the fellow with the great belly, and he my dog

2 Henry iv. 1 21 4771150 An I had but a belly of any indifferency, I were simply the most active fellow in Europe

Ibid. 41 31 4.0649 and members, story of

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Il 704224 The senators of Rome are this good belly, and you the mutinous members Ibid. 1 il 704/2155

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