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A.S. P. C.L. Disease. I cannot name the disease; and it is caught of you, that yet are well Wi's T.l1

3381116 This disease is beyond my practice

Macbeth. 5 1 383 2 4 I will turn diseases to commodity

2 Henry iv. 1 2 478145 And, in that case, I'll tell thee my disease

i Henry vi. 251 554031 'Tis time to give them physick, their diseases are grown so catching Henry viii. 1 3 67701 As she is now, the will but disease our better mirth

Coriolanus. 11 31 707 2152 He's a disease that must be cut away

Ibid.

31 1722 1 55 Rotten diseases of the South

Troilus and Cressida. 5) 1884 141 My daughter; or, rather, a disease that's in my Aeth

Lear.2 41 945121 Like the owner of a foul disease, to keep it from divulging, let it feed even on the pith of life

Hamlet. 41 11026129 - desperate grown, by desperate appliance are reliev'd

Ibid. 4 3 10271 7 Dif edged. I grieve myself, to think, when thou shalt be dif-edg'd by her that now thou tir'ft on

Cymbeline. 3 41 9101129 Disfigure. And say he comes to disfigure, or to present the figure of moonshine M.N.D.31 183225 Disfurnish.

Two Gent. of Verona. 4 381 2 What a wicked beast was I, to disfurnish myself against such a good time 1. of Aih. 31 2 8132 46 Disgorge. Wouldst thou difgorge into the general world

As You Like II. 2 7 233 - 5 The deep-drawing barks, do there disgorge their warlike fraughtage

Prologue to Troil. and Credil 857 112 Disgrace. I could find in my heart to disgrace my man's apparel, and cry like a woman

As You Like It. 24/ 230 234 have of late knock'd too often at my door

All's Wdl. 4 1 295|52 And you my sovereign lady with the rest, causeless have laid disgraces on my head

2 Henry vi. 3 1 584252 - Yet you must not think to fob off our disgrace with a tale

Coriolanus. 1 Disgracious. I do suspect, I have done some offence, that seems disgracious in the city's eye

Richard iii. 31 7 6551 18 If I be so disgracious in your fight, let me march on

Ibid. 41 41 6611) 7 Disguise. I have a disguise to sound Falstaff

Merry Wives of Windfor. 2 53239 A fancy that he hath to strange disguises

Mu. Ado Abt. Notb.31 21 1331125 But one that scorns to live in this disguise

Taming of the Sbrew. 4 2 26924 I see, thou art a wickedness, wherein the pregnant enemy does much

Tw. Night.2

2 314 131 Where are our disguises

i Henry iv. 2 2 45011 5 The wild disguise has almost antick'd us all

Ant, and Cle:p. 27781|2|29 the holy strength of their command

Troi. and Crep 21 31 8692/35 Disguifer. Oh, Death's a great disguiser

Measure for Measure. 4. 2

95130 Dijh. Here's a difh I love not

Muib Ado About Norbing. 12 Il 1272/47 Just to many strange dishes

Ibid./21 31 129156 He will to his Ægyptian dish again

Ant. and Cleop.12

61 78011113 Difh-ciout. He wore none, but a dish-clout of Jaquenettas

Love's Lab. L. 52 Romeo's a dih-clout to him

Romeo and Juliet. 3 5 9892 20 Disnabited. Had been disabited, and wide havock made

King Jobr. 2 Dyponour. I rather would have lost my life betimes, than bring a burden of dishonour home

2 Henry vi. 3 1 586 118 Do what you will, dishonour Mall be humour

Julius Cæfar. 34/7601 3 For since dishonour trafficks with man's nature, he is but out-lide

Tim. of Aibens. 1 1 8051150 Dishoncur'd. What madam be dishonour'd openly, and basely put it up without revenge

Tit. Andronicus. 1 2 8352139 Dijhenift. Bid the dishonest man mend himself

Twelfth Night. 1 5 310259 Dijbenesty. His dishonefly appears, in leaving his friend here in necessity and denying him

Ibid. Difinberit. Father, you cannot difinherit me; if you be king, why should not I succeed

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A.S. P. C. L. Diflegalty. Look sweet, speak fair, become disloyalty

Comedy of Errors. 31 21 110|2:29 - Such seeming truth of Hero's dinoyalty

Mu. Ado Ab. Norb. 2 Dismantle. Commit a thing so monstrous, to dismantle fo many folds of favour

Lear. I

Il 93112130 Dismay. In this there can be no dismay, my thips come home a month before the day

Merchant of Venice. I 31 20223 Difmes. Every tithe soul, 'mongst many thousand dismes, hath been as dear as Helen's

Troilus and Crefida. 2 Difnatur'd. That it may live, and be athwart disnatur’d torment to her

Lear. I 4 937 2130 Dif-crb'd. Or like a star dis-orb’d

Troi.and Cred2 2 867 1 20 Diferder, that hath spoil'd us, befriend us now

Henry v.4 5 533145 - Fear frames disorder, and disorder wounds where it should guard 2 Henry vi. 5 2 6012129 But his own disorders deferv'd much less advancement

Lear. 2 41 9442 53 Disparage. I will disparage her no farther

M. Ado About Noth. 3 133 2 59 - not the faith thou dost not know

Midj. Night's Dream. 3 Difparagements

Merry W. of Winds. 1 46115 - But to our honour's great disparagement

Comedy of Errors. 104/2127 I would not for the wealth of all this town here in my house, do him disparagement

Romeo and Juliet. 5974117 Dispark'd my parks, and felld my forest woods

Richard ii. 31 1 4261129 Dispatcb. Take her by the hand, away with her to the deanery, and dispatch it quickly

M.W.of Windf. 51 3

71119 Mistress, dispatch you with your safest haste

As You Like It. 1 3 228 110 Will you dispatch us here under this tree

Ilid.13 3 2390114 Dispatcb'd. Have you dispatch'd

M. W. of Wind: 515

731 22 Let him know, we have dispatch'd the duke, as he commanded 2 Henry vi. 3 2 586 2154

Thus was I, Neeping, by a brother's hand, of life, of crown, of queen, at once dir. patch'd

Hamler. 1 5100712 10 Dispense. Might you difpenfe with your leisure

Meas. for Meal. 3 Displace our heads, where thank the gods they grow, and set them on Lud's town Cym. 412 91611 1 Difplant

Romeo and Juliet. 31 985224 Displanting. But by the displanting of Callio

Otbello. 2 1 1054 1 30 Difpleasure. Hast thou delight to see a wretched man do outrage and displeasure to himself

Com. of Errors. 41 41 116130 Doing displeasure to the citizens Food to my displeasure

Mu. Ado About Norb. 1 3 125213 - I am fick in displeasure to him

Ibid. 2 2 128241 - Of late this duke hath ta'en displeasure 'gainst his gentle niece As You Like It.1

227212 Oft our displeasures, to ourselves unjust, destroy our friends, and after weep their dunt

All's Well. 5 31 303124 Left your displeasure should enlarge itself to wrathful terms Troil. and Cred.5 21 885229 Found you no displeasure in him by word or countenance

Lear. 1

2 9341 34 Disport. Comes hunting this way to disport himself

3 Henry avi. 4 5 6251,17 We make ourselves fools, to disport ourselves

Timon of Athens. 2 808129 That my disports corrupt and taint my business

O ball. 1

311050111 Dispose. His goods confiscate to the Duke's dispose

Com. of Errors.1 1 103 1 26 Carries on the stream of his dispose, without observance or respect of any Tr. and Cr. 2 31 870 1 18 He hath a person and a smooth dispose, to be suspected

Otheilt 3105121 Dispos’d. Ay, he does well enough, if he be dispos’d, and so do I too

Tw. Ngbt.

31 315136 You did suspect she had dispos'd with Cæsar

Ant. and Cleop. 412 796,1:33 Disposer. With my disposer Crellida

Troilus and Craffida.31 1872 1 7 Your poor disposer fick

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Henry vii1 Disposing. All was royal ; to the disposing of it nought rebellid

672 1 42 Dijp filions. I have a great dispositions to cry

Merry Wives of Wirdyer. 3 I More than the villanous inconstancy of man's disposition is able to bear Ibid. 692.34

Now I will be your Rosalind in a more coming-on disposition As You Like I:. 4 - Her dispositions Me inherits, which makes fair gifts fairer

All's Wel1 You make me strange, even to the disposition that I owe

Macbeit. 3. 41 376 2' 4 Away, my disposition, and possess me some harlot's spirit

Cori.12 O well-divided disposition

Ant. and Cleop. 15 As they pinch one another by the disposition, he cries out no more

Ibic'.-177801 38 And put away these dispositions, which of late tan form you

Learlic Let his disposition have that scope that dotage gives it

4 937'2.40 We fools of nature so horridly to make our disposition

Hamlet. 41006 1 44 I crave fit disposition for my wife

Orbello.. 311049 2 14

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A.S. P. Dispraisingly. So many a time when I have spoke of you difpraisingly, hath ta'en your 1 part

Orbello. 31 3 1060 Dispunge. The poisonous damp of night dispunge upon me

Ant. and Cleop. 4 9793,2 Disputable. He is too disputable for my company

As You Like I.2 5 231 2 Disputation. Say to great Cæfar this, in disputation I kiss his conquering hand Ant. and Cleo. 317891 Dijputes. Though my soul disputes well with my sense

Twelfth Nigbr. 4 31 328 his own estate

Winter's Tale. 4 3 353 2 it like a man

Macbetb. 41 31 382 2 Difputed. I'll have it disputed on

Orbello. 1 21046'2 Disquantity. A little to disquantity your train

Lear. 11 4 937 I Disquietly. All ruinous disorders follow us disquietly to our graves !

Ibid. 1 2 933,2 Difear. This push will cheer me ever, or diffeat me now

Macbetb. 5/ 3] 384 1 Disemble. I will dissemble myself in 't

Twelfth Nigbr. 4 2 327 1 I would I were the first that ever dissembled in such a gown

Ibid. 41 21 3271 - I would diffemble with my nature, where my fortunes and my friends, at stake, required I should do so in honour

Coriolanus.3 2 723 2 Difjembler. Thou doft wrong me, thou diffembler, thou !

Mucb Ado Ab. Notb. s 1 141 2 Arise, diffembler, though I wish thy death, I will not be thy executioner Ricb, ü. 1 2 6371 Diffembling. Play one scene of excellent difsembling; and let it look like perfect honour

Ant. and Cleop.

31 77111 Dilsembly. Is our wholé diffembly appear'd

Mu. Ado Abr. Norb.141 21 140 1 Dilention. This late dissention, grown betwixt the peers, burns under feigned ashes of forg'd love

i Henry vi. 3) 1 556' Dilencious rogues

Coriolanus. I Il 705 Difjever your united strengths

K. Jobn. 2 2 394 Dileverd. Perform'd in this wide gap of time, fince first we were diffever'd Wint. Tale. 5 31 362 2 Dilolve. If there be more, more woeful, hold it in; for I am almost ready to diffolve Lear. 3 964 Disolv’d. I am freely diffolv'd and dissolutely

Merry W. of Windsor. (11 481 Disolution. A man of continual dissolution and thaw

Ibid. 3) 5 642 Dif-tain'd. I live dif-tain'd, thou undishonour'd

Comedy of Errors. 2 2 10811 Diftaff. It hangs like fax on a distaff

Tw. Nigbr. 1 3 3092 We'll thwack him hence with distaffs

Winter's Tale. 1 2 334 I Yea, distaff women manage rusty bills against thy seat

Ricb, ii. 31 21 4272 More charming with their own nobleness, which could have turn'd a distaff to a lance

Cymbeline. 5 31 9211 I must change arms at home, and give the diftaff into my husband's hands Lear. 4 2 9541 Difain. You having land, and bleft with beauteous wives, they would diftrain the one, diftain the other

Richard iii. 5) 3 668 2 - The worthiness of praise distains his worth

Troi, and Crell 3 8632 Distance. You stand on distance

Merry W. of Wo:d). 2) 1 So is he mine : and in such bloody distance

Macberb. 3) 1 37411 Distafte. Her brain-fick raptures cannot distaste the goodness of a quarrel Tr. and Cr.2 2 8672) Diftafseful. After diftasteful looks

Time of Atbens. 22 812 2 Diftemper.. I would not have your distemper in this kind, for the wealth of Windsor Castle

Merry Wives of Windsor. 3 3

621 If little faults, proceeding on distemper, shall not be wink'd at

Henry v.2 21 5161 Diftemperatures. At her heels a huge infectious troop of pale diftemperatures Com. of Err. 51 1172 Through this distemperature we see the seasons alter

Midf. N. Dream. 2 At your birth, our grandam earth, having this distemperature, in paffion Thook 1 H.jv. 3) = 4571 Diftemper'd lords, the king, by me, requests your presence straight King Jobr.41 3. 4052 It is but as a body, yet, distemper'd

2 Henry in'. 3 1 4881 Diftillation. To be stopp'd in, like a strong distillation, with stinking cloaths M.W.Of W.3 5 64 1 Distilld. A man distill'd out of our virtues

Troi. and Cref: 1 3/864/2 Whilft they distill'd almost to jelly, with the act of fear

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A.S. P. C. L. Difraktions. His power went out in such distractions, as beguil'd all spies Ant. and Cleo.3) 71 786/1/27 You flow to great distraction

Troil. and Cred: 5 2 885|234 Diftrain. You having lands, and bleft with beauteous wives, they would diftrain the one, distain the other

Richard üi. 3 668 2 58 Distraught. As if thou wert distraught, and mad with terror?

Ibid. 31 5 6522155 -0! if I wake, shall I not be distraught

Romeo and Juliet. 41 31 99112 52 Difress. The thorny point of bare distress hath ta'en from me the Mew of smooth civility

As You Like It.27 233133 Diftribution. So distribution would undo excess, and each man have enough

Lear.4) 11 95312 31 Dift uf. Make me not offended in your distrust

Art. and Cleop.3 2 7822:23 Disturbed sky is not to walk in

Julius Cæfar. 1 31 7452 10 Difurbers

. Two deep enemies, foes to my rest, and my sweet Deep's disturbers R. ii41 2 658|123 Difvalu'd. Her reputation was disvalu'd in levity

Mcaf. for Meal. 51 99|252 Dijmoucb'd. Every letter he hath writ hath disvouch'd other

971124 Dircb. I fight against thee !--no: I will go seek fome ditch wherein to die Ant. and Clesp.(467922 21 Ditcb-dog.

Lear. 3) 41 949128 Ditry. Though there was no great matter in the ditty, yet the note was very untuneable

As You Like It. S 3] 247 2125 Dive. To dive like buckets, in concealed wells

King Jobr. 5 4091117 How he did seem to dive into their hearts

Ricbard ii. 1 4 41912 i thoughts, down to my soul

Ricbard ii. 1 1634 1 27 He dives into the king's soul, and there scatters doubts, dangers Henry vii. 22 861_120 Div'd. The untainted virtue of your years hath not div'd into the world's deceit R.i. 31 6481 28 Diver. When your diver did hang a falt-tish on his hook

Ant. and Cleap. 21 51 777|219 Divers new opinions, diverse and dangerous

Henry viii. 5 2 6991 27 Divers. And with pale policy, seek to divert the English purposes

Henry v. 2. cb 5141117 Diverted. I rather will subject me to the malice of a diverted blood, and bloody brother

As You Like It. 2 3] 2301144 I could have well diverted her intents

All's Wello 3 41 292 118 Dividant. Whose procreation, residence, and birth, scarce is dividant Tim. of Atb.43 81912 28 Divided. For we to-morrow hold divided councils

Richard iii. 3) 1 6501 Poor Ophelia, divided from herself, and her fair jadgment

Hamlet. 41 5102911133 Divine. It is a good divine, that follows his own instructions Mercbant of Venice. 1 2 199 159 More needs the the divine, than the physician

Macberb.

1 3832 30 Dar'ft thou, thou little better thing than earth, divine his downfal? Richard ii. 31 41 431 2 1 To thun the danger that his soul divines

Richard in. 3) 2 650159 air

Much Ado About Notb. 23) 12912 36 Diviner. This drudge or diviner laid claim to me; call'd me Dromio Comedy of Errors. 3) 2 1112 50 Divineness. Behold divineness no elder than a boy

Cymbeline. 3 6 913146 Divinity. Ay and no too, was no good divinity

Lear. 6

9572 25 There's a divinity that shapes our ends, rough hew them how we will Hamlet. 5) 21037 111 of hell

Othello. 2) 310581126 Divifion. My having is not much ; I'll make division of my present with you Tw. Nigbl. 31 41 326114 Never come such division 'tween our souls

Julius Cæfar. 41 31 761139 Some say, the lark makes sweet division; this doth not so, for the divideth us

Rom. and Jul. 3 5 987126 Not a division of a battle knows

Orbello. 1

1/1043210 Is there division between my lord and Caffio

Ibid. 1106912 24 Divorce. And quite divorce his memory from his part

Love's Lab. Loft. 5 2 167 1156 Ifit appear not plain, and prove untrue, deadly divorce step between me and you A.Well.

51 3 305/2/25 Mark your divorce, young fir

Winter's Tale.

3 353238 You have, in manner, with your finful hours, made a divorce betwixt his queen and him

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14261117 I would, thou wert the man that would divorce this terror from my heart Ibid. 5. 4438151 Divorce not wisdom from your honour

2 Henry iv. 1 11 4751157 - I here divorce myself, both from thy table, Henry, and thy bed 3 Henry viili

il 6061120 As the long divorce of steel falls or me, make of your prayers one sweet sacrifice, and lift my soul to heaven

Henry viii. 2 1 6792.48 In the divorce, his contrary proceedings are well unfolded

Ibid. 31 2 683214 The Cardinal did entreat his holiness to stay the judgment o' the divorce Ibid.31 2 689/2/24 Divri'd. Souls and bodies hath he divorc'd three

Twelftb Night. 31 4 3242:55 Doubly divorc'd :-Bad men, ye violate a two-fold marriage, twixt my crown and me; and then, betwixt me and my married wife

Richardi. 5) 1 43511 51 Divulg'd. In voices well divulg’d

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Maf. for Meal. 41 31 952 To divide him inventorially, would dizzy the arithmetic of memory

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Ibid. 3) 4 2132 What you can make her do, I am content to look on

Winter's Tale. 5 31 3621 That which rather thou doft fear to do, than wish'it should be undone Macbetb. 11 51 366 Why, Warwick, who should do the duke to death

2 Henry vi. 3 2 5881 To do you salutation from his master You bring me to do, and then you fiout me too

Jul. Cæsar. 4 2 7581

Truilus and Cre]:14 2 878 2 I will do all my abilities in thy behalf

Othello. 3 3 1059 So they do nothing, 'tis a venial flip

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Ibid. 41 3 1073 Marry, I would not do such a thing for a joint ring; nor for measures of lawn :but for the whole world

Ibid. 4 3.1073/? me right, and dub me knight

2 Henry iv. 51 3 504|2 Doat: And doat upon the exchange

M. Ado About Norb. 2 il 12711 This duke as much they love and doat on

Henry viii. 21 1 679 Has forrow made thee doat already

Titus Andronicus. 3 2 8441 Dubbin. It should seem then that Dobbin's tail grows backward

Merch. of Venice. 2 2 2032 Dostor. Shall I lose my doctor ? no, he gives me the potions and the motions

Merry Woof Wind/.31 Then is an ape a doctor to such a man

M. Ado Abt. Netb.

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Mai berb. Our doctor's say, this is no time to bleed

Ricbard ii. 1

1 4151 Document in madness; thoughts and remembrance fitted

Hamlet. 4! 5 1030 Dudge and palter in the Mifts of lowness

Antony and Cle-p. 39 787 Doe. Whiles, like a doe, I go to find my fawn, and give it food As You Like It. 2 71 2332

Haft thou not full often struck a doe, and born her cleanly by the keeper's nose Tit. An. 2 1 8371 Single you thither then this dairty doe, and strike her home by force

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1 8372 We hunt not, we, with horse nor hound, but hope to pluck a dainty doe to ground Ib. 2

21 83811 Dsers. Justice on the doers

All's Well.

5 3 304 Dof this habit

Tam. of the Shrew.

3 21 2652 Make our women fight, to doff their dire diftreffes

Macbeth. He that unbuckles this, 'till we do please to doff it for our repose, shall hear a form

Ant. and Cleop. 4. 4 79112 Doff thy harness, youth

Troil and Crell. 51 31 88712 Romeo, doff thy name; and for that name, which is no part of thee, take all myself

Romeo and Juliet. 2 2 975 Doff. Every day thou doff'st me with some device

Othello. 41 2 1072 1 Dog. Where death and danger dog the heels of worth

All's Well. 3 4 2921 Destruction straight Mall dog them at the heels

Richard 1.5 3 4381 To dog his heels and curt'sy at his frowns

i Henry iv. 3 2 461 1 Death and destruction dog thee at the heels

Richard iii. 4 Crab, my dog, be the sourest natur'd dog that lives

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 3

2911 Alk my dog

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321 Launce's soliloquy on his dog

Ibid. 41 31
The fellow that whips the dogs

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She had transform’d me to a curtail dog, and made me turn i' the wheel Com. of Err. 3
An he had been a dog that should have howl'd thus, they would have hang'd him

Mycb Ado About Nothing. 2
When I ope my lips, let no dog bark

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You call me-misbeliever, cut-throat dog

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As You Like It. 1 31 22712 That is to give a dog, and, in recompence, desire my dog again

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