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A.S. P. C. L. Devil. He held me last night at the least nine hours, in reckoning up the several devils names, that were his lacqueys

1 Henry iv.31 1 45812 3 - Now I perceive the devil understands Welth

Ibid. 3) 1 459133 Give the devil his due

Henry v.3) 7 5262 2 And make a moral of the devil himself

Ibid. 41 1 52712 5 or devil's dam, I'll conjure thee

i Henry vi. 1 5 5491137 The French exclaim'd the devil was in arms

Ibid. 1

154412162 Mortal eyes cannot endure the devil

Richard iii. I 21 635 2.44 for God's sake, hence, and trouble us not

Ricbard i. 1 2) 63512 49 O wonderful, when devils tell the truth

Ibid. 1 21 6361115 While some tormenting dream affrights thee with a hell of ugly devils Ibid. 1 3 6392160 And seem a saint, when most I play the devil

Ibid. 11 31 642122 By the devil's illusions the monk might be deceived

Henry viii. 1 21 6761130 · Eternal devil

Julius Cafar." 27431230 The devil himself will not eat a woman

Ant. and Cleop. 5 2 80128 The devil knew not what he did, when he made man politick; he cross'd himself by't

Timon of Albens. 3 3 814 2 26 This is the incarnate devil that robb'd Andronicus of his good hand Titus And.s18502132 If there be devils, 'would I were a devil, to live and burn in everlasting fire Ibid. 5 1 85112 26 And sometimes we are devils to ourselves

Troil. and Cref] 4 4 880226 The spirit, that I have seen, may be a devil ; and the devil hath power to assume a pleasing shape

Hamler. 2 211016223 With devotion's visage, and pious action, we do sugar o'er the devil himself Ibid. 3 110171 22 It hath pleas'd the devil, drunkenness, to give place to the devil, wrath Orbello. 21 3 1057 227 When devils will their blackest fins put on, they do suggest at first with heavenly thews

Ibid. 2 3.10581 26 For here's a young and sweating devil here, that commonly rebels

Ibid. 31 4.10651 26 If thou be'st a devil, I cannot kill thee

Ibid. 5 2 1079110 Devils-book. By this hand, thou think'st me as far in the devil's book, as thou, and Falstaff

2 Henry iv. 2 2 4812 33 Devil's butcber. Where is that devil's butcher hard favour'd Richard 3 Henry vi. 5 5 631148 Devil's-dam. Why then she is the devil's-dam; a joyful issue Titus Andronicus. 4 2 847) 11 5 You may go to the Devil's-dam

Taming of the Shrew. I 1 256 11 7 Devil's-writ. Now pray, my lord, let's see the devil's-writ

2 Henry vi. 41 578 114 Devises. Then the plots, then the ruminates, then the devises Merry W. of Windfor. 2) 2 561237

Will I make good against thee, arm to arm, what I have spoke, or thou canst worfe devise

Richard ii. Il 04141159 I'll devise fome honest Nanders

Much Ado About Norb. 3! 1 132126 What devise you on

i Herry vi.! 2 5461230 He cannot but with measure fit the honours which we devise him Coriolanus. 2 21 716114 Devonbire rebels in arms

Richard iii. 41 41 664|1|35 Deucic. The better to devote her to the doctor

Merry W. of Windjor. 4 70/2/10 Devotion. In the devotion of a subject love

Ricbard ii. 1 1 41411 Or shall we on the helmets of our foes tell our devotion with revengful arms 3 H. vi.z : 610 2158 More bright in zeal than the devotion which cold lips blow to their deities Tr. & Cr. 41 41 88017 I have no great devotion to the deed

Orbello. s 110741115 Devour. The present wars devour him

Coriolanus. 1 1 7061123 Devout. But more devout than this, in our respects, have we not been Love's Lab. Loft. 5 2 173 222 Dew. To fetch dew from the still-vex'd Bermoothes

Tempeft. 41152 Wicked dew

Ibid. I 5/1/43 That same dew, which sometime on the buds was wont to swell, like round and orient pearls

Mid. Night's Dream. 41 11901120 To dew the sovereign flower and drown the weeds

Macbeth. 5 2 38411124 Give me thy hand, that I may dew it with my mournful tears 2 Henry vi. 3 2 550 229 Never yet one hour in his bed did I enjoy the golden dew of sleep Ricbard iii. 4) 057125 His dews fall every where

Henry viii. 1 3 6771140 As fresh as morning dew distill’d on flowers

Tit. Andronicus, 2 41 839 2.56 of blood fell

Hamlet. I 1 10001 2147 As is the morn-dew on the myrtle leaf to his grand sea

Ant. and Cleop.310 7871246 Dewv-drop. And like a dew-drop from the lion's mane, be shook to air Trsi, and Cred: 3 31 87639 Dews of beaven fall thick in blessings on her

Henry vii. 4 2 6961 19 Dew-lap. On her wither'd dew-lap pour the ale

Mid. Night's Dream. 2 Il 179125 Dew-lapd [hounds]. Crook-knee'd and dew-lap'd like Theffalian bulls

Ibid.4 1 1902 37 Dewberries. Feed him with apricocks and dewberries

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Troilus and Cref. 51 51 88911129 Diabl, ho

Orbello. 2 310561 46 Diadem. What feest thou there? king Henry's diadem

2 Henry vi. 1 2 57411117 This strong right hand can pluck the diadem from faint Henry's head

3 Henry iv. 2

Il 6102147 Now perju'd Henry! wilt thou kneel for grace, and set thy diadem upon my head Ib. 2 261211125 That from a sheli the precious diadem stole, and put it in his pocket

Hamler.3 4 10242 31 Dial. An then he drew a dial from his poke

As You Like It. 2 7 2322115 Then my dial goes not true

All's Well. 2 5 289131 And dials the signs of leaping houses

i Henry iv. 1 2 443 1 2 To carve out dials quaintly point by point

3 Henry vi. 2

561411129 For the bawdy hand of the dial is now upon the prick of noon Romeo and Juliet. 21 4 979|147 Dialect. In her youth there is a prone and speechless dialect Measure for Measure. 1 3

781149 Dialogue. Doft dialogue with thyself

Timon of Arbens. 2 2 81012131 Diamond. Thine eye would emulate the diamond

Merry Wives of Wind. 3 3 602) 8 A lady wall'd about with diamonds

Love's Labor Loft. 5 2 166114 Set this diamond safe in golden palaces, as it becomes

i Henry vi. 5 4 567 1160 One day he gives us diamonds, next day stones

Timon of Aibens. 3 68181230 I have not seen the most precious diamond that is, nor you the lady Cymbeline. 5 897 130 Diana. You seem to me as Dian in her orb

Much Ado About Notbing. 41 137241 Come, ho, and wake Diana with a hymn

Mercb. of Venice. 5 1 219244 He hath bought a pair of cast lips of Diana

As You Like It. 31 41 23912/24 - I will weep for nothing, like Diana in the fountain

Ibid. 4 1 24319 Did ever Dian so become a grove, as Kate this chamber Taming of the Sbrew. 21262 153 D. P.

All's Well.

277 Now, Dian, from thy altar do I Ay, and to imperial love

Ibid. 2) 3 268 26 -'s lip is not more smooth and rubious

Twelfth Night. 11 4 310753 Like modest Dian circied with her nymphs

3 Henry vi. 4 8 627/21 -'s. By all Diana's waiting women yonder, and by herself

Troil. and Crell: 5 2 886 1/44 - Should he make me live like Diana's priest, betwixt cold sheets Cymbeline. 1 7) 900125 And makes Diana's rangers false themselves

3 9031/41 The chimney-piece chatte Dian bathing

Ibid. 241 9051 17 Yet my mother seem'd the Dian of that time

Ibid. 2 5 90615 lier name that was as fresh as Dian's visage

Oikello. 31 31063|2 43
Lara's foreffers. Let us be-Diana's forefters, gentlemen of the shade i Henry iv. 1
Dibble. I'll not put the dibble in earth to set one nip of them

Winter's Tale. 41 31 350|2|34
Dice. Once before he won it of me with false dice

Mucb Ado About Norb. 2 1 127|2|54 Well run dice

Love's Labor L. 52 16839 This is he that clides the dice in horourable terms

Ibid. 51 2 169 1136 No die but an ace for him; for he is but one

Mid. Nizbe's Dreams 1 19511/29 If Ilercules and Lichas play at dice, which is the better man, the greater throw may turn by fortune from the weaker hand

Mer. of l'enice. 2 I 202153 False as dice are to be with’d, by one that fixes no bourn 'twixt his and mine W.T. 1 2 3352 3 With die and drab I purchased this caparison

Ibid. 4/2 3481239 The confident and over-lufty French do the low-rated English play at dice Henry v.41 ch 52711 Be these the wretches that we play'd at dice for

Ibid. 41 5 533135 The very dice obey him

Ani, and Cle:p.21 3 777 128 And by the hazard of the spotted die; let die the spotted Timon of A bins. 5

6 8281245 Dicer's carbs. Makes marriage vows as false as dicers oaths

Humler. 3. 4. 1024 129 Dich. Much good dich thy good heart

Timon of Athens. 1 Dick. Some Dick

Love's Lab. Loft. 512

1702123 the butcher. D. P.

2 Henry vi. Dickens. What the dickens

Mirry Wives of Wir.djor. 3 2 Dickon. Jocky of Norfolk, be not too bold, for Dickon thy master is bought and fold

Ricbard iii. 5 3

668241 Disłynna a title to Phoebe, to Luna, to the moon Did it with a pudency so rofy

Love's Labor L 1.4.2 15911118 Or who is he, that otherwise than noble nature did, hath alter'd that good picture 16.4 2 9181219

Cymbeline. 2 5 90618 Dido widow

Temp. 211

81112 By that fire which burn'd the Carthage queen

Mid. Night's Dream.. In such a night stood Dido with a willow in her hand upon the wild sea banks, an wav'd her love and her Æneas shall want troops

Mer. of Venice. 5 1 219 130 a dowdy

Ant. and Cleep. 412 79547
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A, S. P. C.L. Dic. It were a better death than die with mocks

Mu. Ado Abt. Notb. 3 1 1322" Will you iterner be than he that dies and lives by bloody drops As You Like It. 31 5 240|1 32 If I might die within this hour, I have liv'd to die when I defire Winter's Tale.

413 354 1 27 And so he'll die, and rising so again, when I shall meet him in the court of heav'n I shall not know him

King Jubn.31 41 400255 men like dogs; give crowns like pins

2 Henry iv. 21 41 4852) I

Ibid. I care not;-a man can die but once ;-we owe God a death

3 2 4911 23 He that dies this year is quit for the next

Ibid. 3) 2 491 1 28. I am afeard there are few die well that die in a battle

Henry v. 4 1 528 2 31 If we are mark'd to die, we are enough to do our country loss

Ibid. 41 31 531||33 We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us 16.4 3 531151 But kings, and mightiest potentates, must die

i Henry vi. 3 2 558 1 30 To die by thee, were but to die in jest

2 Henry vi. 3) 2 5902 38. 'Tis a vile thing to die, my gracious lord, when men are unprepar'd Ricbard ii. 31 2 650 2 49 He that hath a will to die by himself, fears it not from another

Coriolanus. 5) 27342154 That we shall die, we know! 'tis but the time, and drawing days out, that men stand upon

Julius Cæfar. 3 1 7531 8 With meditating that she must die once, I have the patience to endure it now ibi.1.41 31 7601249 I have seen her die twenty times upon far poorer moment

Ant. and Cleop.lt 2 769 2150 What thing is it, that I never did see man die

Cymbeline. 4. 41 919 2 58 Died. Men have died from time to time, and worms have eaten them As You Like 17.4 1 242 222 He dy'd as one that had been studied in his death

Macbetb. 1 4) 366|123 But how he died, God knows, not Henry

2 Henry vi. 3 2 5881 21 Took such sorrow, that he quit being

Cymbeline.111 894 1 8 Dict. To fast like one that takes diet

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 27 1152 You that turn'd off a first so noble wife, may justly diet me

All's Well. 51 31 3041222 He hath kept an evil diet long, and over-much consum'd his royal person Richard i. i 1 635 1124 Thou art all the comfort the gods will diet me with

Cymbeline. 3 4 911 116 But partly led to diet my revenge

Orbell. 2 1 1054 7150 Dicted. He is dieted to his hour

All's Well. 4

3 297135 As if I lov'd my little Thould be dieted in praises fauc'd with lies

Coriolanus. 1 91 71117 I'll watch him 'till he be dieted to my request

Ibid.

173312 18 Dieter.' And fauc'd our broths, as Juno had been fick and he her dieter Cymbeline. 41 2915122 Difference. To me the difference forges dread

Winter's Tale. 41 3 3492155 Vexed I am of late, with passions of some difference

Julius Cofar.1

21 742 2 26 When we debate our trivial difference loud, we do commit murder in healing wounds

Ant. and Cleop. 2

2 774126 I'll teach you differences

Lear.1 41 93512134 You may wear your rue with a difference

Hamlet. 41 51030138 An absolute gentleman, full of most excellent differences

Ibid. 5) 21038127 Differing. Laying by that nothing gift of differing multitudes

Cymbeline. 3 6

931/2 46 Diffuse. If but as well I other accents borrow, that can my speech diffuse

Lear. 11 41 934 2147 Diffused. Let them from forth a saw-pit rush at once with some diffused song M.W.of w. 4. 4 attire

Henry v. 5 2 5382 33 -infection of a man

Richard ii. I 2 636 120 Dig-gou-den. God dig-you-den all

Love's Labor Lf. 4 Il 157154 Digeft. It can never be, they will digest this harsh indignity

Ibid. 51 21 1682 153 That afterwards we may digest our complots in some form

Richard iii. 31 11 6501133 But, will the king digest this letter of the cardinal's

Henry viii. 3) 2 6882151 Things rightly touching the weal o' the common

Coriolanus. 1 Il 704 257 With my two daughters' dowers cligest this third

Lear. 1 1 9301235 Digefted. Come on, my son, in whom my house's name must be digested

All's Well.5) 3 303135 We have cause to be glad that matters are so well digested

Ant. and Cleop: 2 2 7761123 Well digested in the scenes

Hamlet. 22 10142144 Digeftion. Now, good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both

Macbeth. 31 4 3751230 Digiton. O thus, quoth Dighton, lay the gentle babes

Richard iii. 41 31 6582 33

Winter's Tale.41 3 354 145 Dignity. How often said, my dignity would last but 'till 'twere known

My cloud of dignity is held from falling with so weak a wind, that it will quickly drop

2 Henry iv. 41 41 499 2134 I will double charge thee with dignities

Ibid. 51 3 5051142 I am resolv'd for death, or dignity

2 Henry vi. 5 1 601116 Take to your royal self this proffer'd benefit of dignity

Richard iii. 31 7 655240 Nothing but death shall e'er divorce my dignities

Henry viii. 31 1 6372 44 So clay and clay differs in dignity, whose duft is both alike

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Taming of ibe Sbrew. 3) 2 2652 33 Digrising. Thy abundant goodness fall excuse this deadly blot in thy digrefsing son

Richard ii. 51 31 4372 3 Thy noble fape is but a form of wax, digressing from the valour of a man R.& 7.3 3 986 1 50 Digreffion. I may example my digression by some mighty precedent Love's Lab. LA 2 151149 Dilate. Do me the favour to dilate at full

Comedy of Errors.1 11 1042 1 - That I would all my pilgrimage dilate

Orbello. Il 311048 2122 Dilated. After them, and take a more dilated farewel

All's Wdl.2 1 283216 More than the scope of these dilated articles allows

Hamlet. I 2 1001|2 44 Dil-dos. With such delicate burdens of dil-do's and fadings

Winter's Talc. 41 31 3512 21 Dilemma. In perplexity and doubtful dilemma

Merry W. of Windsor. 4 5 692 8 - I will presently pen down my dilemmas

All's Well. 31 6 294728 Diligence. Guilty diligence

Meal. for Meas. 141 1 9319 Dimension. In dimension, and the shape of nature, a gracious perfon Twelfth Nigbr11 5 312 2 57 My dimensions are as well compact

Lear. 1 2 932 2 35 Diminutives. Most monster-like, be shewn for poorest diminutives for dolts Ans.and C1.4/10 794 140 Dimming. All of us have cause to wail the dimming of our thining star Ricbard iii. 21 2 646144 Din. 'Twas a din to fright a monster's ear

Tempeft. 2) 10158 Think you a little din can daunt my ears

Tam. of tbe Sbrezo. 1 21.2591135 But with a din confus'd inforce the present execution

Coriolanus.3) 2 72412 37 No farther with your din express impatience

Cymbeline. 5 4 92212 47 Dined. He had not dined; the veins unfillid, our blood is cold, and then we pout upon the morning, are unapt to give or to forgive

Coriolanus. 5) 1 733211 Dinner. I would I were as sure of a good dinner

Tam. of the Sbrew. 1 22591154 Dint. I perceive, you feel the dint of pity

Jul. Cæfar. 3 2 756/2 25 Dion, D. P.

Winter's Tale.

333 Dimede.

3 Henry vi.

26232153 Diomedes. D. P.

Ant. and Cleop. p. 767. - D. P. Troil. and Crep Dipping all his faults in their affection, works like the spring that turneth wood to stone

Hamlet. 41 7 1031160 Direct not him, whose way himself will chufe

Ricbard i. 2 1420117 Direction-giver.

Two Gent. of Verona. 3 2 372 34 Dircētion indirect to find the way, designed to perplex the enquirer Mer. of Venice. 21 21 2031 7 Call for some men of sound direction

Richard iii. 5 3 6652 39 Let thy blood be thy direction 'till thy death

Troilus and Cred: (21 31 868 2151 By indirections find directions out

Hamlet.2 1100925 Directitude. Durft not (look you fir) shew themselves (as we term it) his friends whilt he's in directitude

Coriolanus.41 5 7307144 Directive. In no less working, than are swords and bows, dire&tive by the limbs T.&C. 3864 2 59 Directly. Desdemona is directly in love with thee

Orbello. 2 11053227 I have dealt most directly in thy affair

Ibid.41 2110722 4 Direful. 'Tis some mischance; the cry is very direful

Ibid. 51 11074/28 Dirge. Our solemn hymns to folemn dirges change

Romeo and Juliet. 41 5 993133 Dirt. Paris is dirt to him

Troil. and Crefl: : 2 861128 To match us in comparison with dirt

Ibid. 1 31 863 2 6 Dirt-rotten livers

Ibid. 51884143 Dis. Dusky Dis

Tempeft. 417 171124 For the flowers now, that frighted, thou let't fall from Dis's waggon Wi's Tale. 4) 3 35012155 Dijable all the benefits of your own country

As You Like It. 41 242 7 8 not thyself; hast not a tongue

i Heriry vi. 5 4 566 2 4 Difaninates. As it disanimates his enemies

Ibid. 31 : 55612127 Disappointed. Unhousell’d, disappointed, unaneald

Hamlet. 1 5 10072|12 Disarm. You shall do more than all the inand kings, disarm great Hector Tr. and Cred:13 1 872 2 18 Disaster. The holes where the eyes should be, which pitifully disaster the cheeks

Ant. and Cleop. 27780149 Difalers veil'd the sun

Hamlet. 1 110002148 Dis-bencb'd. I hope my words dis-bench'd you not

Coriolanus. 2 2 7152) 3 Difranch. She that herself will liver and disbranch from her maternal fap, perforce muft wither

Lear.[4 2 954148 Disburden'd. My heart is great; but it must break with silence, ere't be disburden'd

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il 421261 Dilandy. Do discandy, melt their sweets on blossoming Cæfar Antony and Cleap. 4.10794121 Dijardying. By the discandying of this pelleted itorm lie graveless

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ulius Cæjar. 121 1 750111 Dy-cafe me

Ter peft. 511 thee instantly

Winter's Tale. 41 31 355 2147 Difcerner. No discerner durst wag his tongue in cenfure

Henry viii. 1 1672 128 Discernings. Either his notion weakens, or his discernings are lethargid

Lear. Il 4 93724 Disebarge. You have not a man in all Athens, able to discharge Pyramus, but he

Mid. Night's Dream. 41 2 1971236 Do you discharge upon mine hoftels

2 Henry iv. 2 4 4841232 Of what's past, is, and to come, the discharge

Cymbeline. 5 4 923||49 Disciplined. Has he disciplin’d Aufidius finely

Coriolanus. 2 1 713127 Disciplines

. He has no more directions in the true disciplines of the wars Henry v.3 2 521|1|27 For disciplines ought to be used

Henry v.3) 652411 8 Let's want no discipline, make no delay

Ricbard iii. 5 31 66512140 – Heaven bless thee from a tutor, and discipline come not over thee Troi. and Cre]:21 3 868 250 Disclaims. Nature disclaims in thee

Lear. 2 2 941 111 Disclos'd. As patient as the female dove, when that her golden couplets are disclos'd Ham.is 1 1036 221 Difccmfit

. Uncurable discomfit reigns in the hearts of all our present parts 2 Henry vi.5 2 602136 Discomfortable cousin

Ricbard i. 3) 2 4262/45 Discontent. Can you make no use of your discontent

Mucb Ado About Norb.!il 31 125/11 9 For what's more miserable than discontent

2 Henry vi. 3 Il 58512133 Now is the winter of our discontent, made glorious summer by this son of York R. 1 1 633/1 6 Discord. I never heard so musical a discord, such sweet thunder Mid. Night's Dream. 4 1 19012133 Set armed discord 'twixt these perjur'd kings

King Jobm.3 | 397 1|24 Let not your private discord keep away the levied succours

i Henry vi. 41 41 562 2129 An thou make minstrels of us, look to hear nothing but difcords Rom. and Jul. 3 1982 128 Discover. To discover isands far away.

Twu Gent. of Verona. 1 3

262] 3 I will discover what will undo the Florentine

All's Well. 4 1 295 156 Dijcoverers. Send discoverers forth to know the numbers of our enemies 2 Herry iv. 41 1492 1128 Discovery. One inch of delay more is a South-sea off discovery As You Like It. 3) 2 2361152 Discourse . His discourse peremptory

Love's Labor Loft. 51 11641/49 This accident and flood of fortune fo far exceeds all instance, all discourse T. Nigbr. 41 31 328/2 22 - is heavy, fastıng

Cymbeline. 3 6 91312152 Give it breath with your mouth, and it will discourse most eloquent music Hamlet. 3 21022135

Sure he that made us with such large discourse, looking before, and after Ibid. 41 1028 1 5 Discourset. And hear at large discourled all our fortunes

Comedy of Errors. 5 1

1202) 6 Discourjer. The tract of every thing would by a good discourser lose some life, which action's self was tongue to

Henry viii. 1672 140 Discourtesy. I fall urfold equal discourtesy to your best kindness

Cymbeline.

31 903/2/17 Discretion. Thcu pigeon-egg of discretion

Love's Labor Loft. 51 1 16511142 I have seen the days of wrong through the little hole of discretion

Ibid. 5 2 173/1125 - Covering discretion with a coat of folly

Henry v. 2 41 518|224 Your discretions better can persuade than I am able to instruct or teach i Henry vi. 4 1 561117 Was it discretion to let this honest man wait like a lowly foot-boy at chamber door

Henry viii. 5 2 7001155 But it raises the greater war between him and his discretion Ant. and Cleop. 271 7801141 - You Tould be rul’d, and led by some discretion

Lear.21 41 944 1141 Yet so far hath discretion fought with nature

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Henry v. 4 1 527|234 Art thou a gentleman? what is thy name? discuss

Ibid. 41 41 532155 Difdair. Sour-eyed disdain

Temper. 4 16 140 What, my dear iady disdain

Mucb Ado About Nurbing. 1 rather corrupt me ever

All's Well.2 31 2862155 There words she uttered with mild disdain

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Coriolanus,

41 7081/48 The disdain and Mame whereof hath ever since kept Hector fafting Troil. and Credi 2 859/1/48 And solicit'it here a lady that disdains thee and the devil alike

Cymbelire.

71 900221 Disdained. Revenge this jeering and discain’d contempt, of this proud king i H. iv. 3. 4462 49

You Thall find me, wretched man, a thing the most disdaind of fortune Cymb. 31 4 90912 Disdainful. That I was disdainful

Much Ado About Nob. 2 126218 - youth

Mid. Nigbr's Dream.2 21 181 1159 Disaje

. His dissolute disease will scarce obey this medicine Merrı Wives of Wind. 31 3 He will hang upon him like a disease

Much Ado About Norbinr. 1 122 147 Though she have as many diseases as two-and-fifty horses Tam. of :be Sbrew.a) 2 25811128 - Many a thoufard of us have the disease and feel 't not

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