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Ant. and Cleo. 3 7 786|1|27 Troil. and Cre: 5 2 885234

Diftractions. His power went out in such distractions, as beguil'd all spies
You flow to great distraction
Diftrain. You having lands, and bleft with beauteous wives, they would diftrain the
one, diftain the other

Diftraught. As if thou wert diftraught, and mad with terror?
O! if I wake, fhall I not be distraught

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Ibid. 3 5 652255 Romeo and Juliet. 4 3 991252

Diftrefs. The thorny point of bare distress hath ta'en from me the fhew of fmooth civility

As You Like It. 2 7
Lear. 4 1

Diftribution. So diftribution would undo excefs, and each man have enough
Diftruft. Make me not offended in your distrust
Difturbed fky is not to walk in

Diftarbers. Two deep enemies, foes to my reft, and my sweet sleep's
Difvalu'd. Her reputation was disvalu'd in levity

Difvouch'd. Every letter he hath writ hath disvouch'd other

Ditch. I fight against thee!-no: I will go feek fome ditch wherein to die

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Julius Caefar. 1 3

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Ditty. Though there was no great matter in the ditty, yet the note was able

Dive. To dive like buckets, in concealed wells

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He dives into the king's foul, and there scatters doubts, dangers Div'd. The untainted virtue of your years hath not div'd into the world's Diver. When your diver did hang a falt-fifh on his hook

Divers new opinions, diverse and dangerous

Divert. And with pale policy, seek to divert the English purposes
Diverted. I rather will subject me to the malice of a diverted blood, and

-I could have well diverted her intents

Dividant. Whose procreation, refidence, and birth, scarce is dividant
Divided. For we to-morrow hold divided councils

- Poor Ophelia, divided from herself, and her fair judgment
Divine. It is a good divine, that follows his own instructions
More needs the the divine, than the physician

deceit R.. 3 1
Ant. and Cleop. 2 5

Henry viii. 5 2
Henry v. 2 ch

bloody brother

As You Like It. 2 3 230144
All's Well. 34 292118
Tim. of Atb. 4 3 819228
Richard iii. 31 65017
Hamlet. 4 51029133

Merchant of Venice. 1

Macbeth. 51 383230 Richard ii. 3 4 4312 Richard iii. 3 2 650159 Much Ado About Notb. 2 3 129236

Dar'ft thou, thou little better thing than earth, divine his downfal?
To fhun the danger that his foul divines

- air

Diviner. This drudge or diviner laid claim to me ; call'd me Dromio Comedy of Errors. 3 2 111250 Divineness. Behold divineness no elder than a boy

Divinity. Ay and no too, was no good divinity

There's a divinity that shapes our ends, rough hew them how we will
of hell

Divifion. My having is not much; I'll make divifion of my present with you
Never come fuch divifion 'tween our fouls

Cymbeline. 3 6 913146

Lear. 4 61 9572 25 Hamlet. 5 21037|1|11 Othello. 2 3 1058126 Tw.Night. 3 4 3261 4 Julius Cæfar. 4 3 761139

Some fay, the lark makes sweet divifion; this doth not fo, for the divideth us

Not a divifion of a battle knows

Is there divifion between my lord and Caffio

Divorce. And quite divorce his memory from his part


Rom. and Jul. 3 5 98726 Othello. I 11043211 Ibid. 4 11069 224 Love's Lab. Loft.5 2 167156

If it appear not plain, and prove untrue, deadly divorce step between me and you A. Well. 5 3 305225 Mark your divorce, young fir

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

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

Richard ii. 3

2 Henry iv. 1
3 Henry vi. 1

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I here divorce myself, both from thy table, Henry, and thy bed

- As the long divorce of steel falls on me, make of your prayers one and lift my foul to heaven

fweet facrifice,
Henry viii. 2

- In the divorce, his contrary proceedings are well unfolded
The Cardinal did entreat his holiness to stay the judgment o' the divorce

Divore'd. Souls and bodies hath he divorc'd three

Ibid. 3


Twelfth Night. 3 4 324255

- Doubly divorc'd :-Bad men, ye violate a two-fold marriage, twixt my crown and me; and then, betwixt me and my married wife

Divulg'd. In voices well divulg'd

Richard ii. 51 435 151 Twelfth Night.1 51 312|2|56

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I could not do with all

What you can make her do, I am content to look on

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Meaf. for Meaf4 3 95|2|20 Lear.41 956225 Hamlet. 5 21038214 1 Henry vi. 4 7 5641 9 Merchant of Venice. 1 2 1991 56 Ibid. 3 4 213226 Winter's Tale. 5 3 362155

That which rather thou doft fear to do, than wish'st should be undone
Why, Warwick, who fhould do the duke to death

To do you falutation from his master

You bring me to do, and then you flout me too

I will do all my abilities in thy behalf

So they do nothing, 'tis a venial slip

- I might do as well in the dark

Macbeth. 1 5 366250

2 Henry vi. 3 2 588216 Jul. Cafar. 4 2 758147 Troilus and Cre4 2 878240 Othello. 3 3 1059 158 Ibid. 4 11067117 3 1073212

Ibid. 4

Marry, I would not do fuch a thing for a joint ring; nor for measures of lawn :

but for the whole world

-me right, and dub me knight

Doat. And doat upon the exchange

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Document in madnefs; thoughts and remembrance fitted

Dedge and palter in the fhifts of lowness

Doe. Whiles, like a doe, I go to find my fawn, and give it food

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Haft thou not full often struck a doe, and born her cleanly by the keeper's nofe Tit. An. 2 Single you thither then this dainty doe, and ftrike her home by force We hunt not, we, with horfe nor hound, but hope to pluck a dainty doe to ground Ib. 2 2 8381 7 Doers. Juftice on the doers

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

Doff thy harness, youth

Ant. and Cleop.
Troil. and Cre5 3 887232

Romeo, doff thy name; and for that name, which is no part of thee, take all myself

Doff. Every day thou doff'st me with fome device
Dog. Where death and danger dog the heels of worth
Deftruction straight fhall dog them at the heels

To dog his heels and curt'fy at his frowns

Death and deftruction dog thee at the heels

Crab, my dog, be the foureft natur'd dog that lives
Afk my dog

Launce's foliloquy on his dog

The fellow that whips the dogs

Romeo and Juliet. 2 2 975250

Othello. 4 2 10721 33 All's Well.34 292112 Richard .53 438 129 1 Henry iv.3 2 461113 Richard iii. 1 656243 29138

Two Gent. of Verona. 23

Ibid. 2 5

14 3

Ibid. 4 3

She had transform'd me to a curtail dog, and made me turn i' the wheel Com. of Err. 3 2
An he had been a dog that should have howl'd thus, they would have hang'd him

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Hath a dog money? Is it poffible a cur can lend three thousand ducats
Thou call'dft me dog, before thou had'st a cause; but, fince I am a dog, beware my

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Like a dog that is compell'd to fight, snatch at his master that doth tarre him on K.Jobn.4 402259 Where no man ever comes, but that fad dog, that brings me food to make misfortune live

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

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2 Henry iv.1 2477150

So, fo, thou common dog, didst thou difgorge thy glutton bofom of the royal Richard

The wild dog fhall flesh his tooth in every innocent

If we with thrice that power left at home, cannot defend our own door dog, let us be worried

2 Hen. iv. 3 479 2 10

Ibid. 4 4 5002 6

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For your own reasons turn into your bosoms, as dogs upon their masters - Coward dogs most spend their mouths, when what they seem to threaten runs far before them

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Ibid. 2 4 518 260

- They call'd us, for our fierceness, English dogs; now, like their whelps, we crying,
run away

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Henry vi. 1554928
Ibid. 2 4

- Beware of yonder dog; look, when he fawns, he bites; and when he bites, his venom tooth will rankle to the death

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Ibid. 13


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That dog that had his teeth before his eyes to worry lambs and lap their gentle blood

Ibid. 4 4

659 2 32

The day is ours, the bloody dog is dead

Ibid. 5 4

6692 9

Coriolanus. 1

17032 5

He's a very dog to the commonalty

Ibid. 1

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muft eat

Ibid. 2

17142 14

That's as eafy as to fet dogs on fheep

Ibid. 2

3 7182 6

Make them of no more voice than dogs

Julius Cafar. 4
T. of Atb. 1
Ibid. 2

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I had rather be a dog, and bay the moon, than such a Roman

You are a dog.-Thy mother's of my generation; what's fhe, if I be a dog
Steal but a beggar's dog, and give it Timon, why, the dog coins gold
Uncover dogs, and lap

I had rather be a beggar's dog, than Apemantus

Away thou iffue of a mangy dog

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Ibid. 4 3 8232 22

Titus Andron. 2 2 837260
Ibid. 51851141
Lear. 2 2 941140
Ibid. 2 2 94215
Ibid. 3 4 948 2:46

Mastiff, greyhound, mungril grim, hound, or spaniel, brache, or lym; or bob-tail tike, or trundle-tail

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Mine enemy's dog, though he had bit me, should have stood that night against my fire

A dog of the house of Montague moves me

Ay, mocker! that's the dog's name, R is for the dog
O, this is counter, you false Danish dogs

-The cat will mew, and dog will have his day

Even fo as one would beat his offenceless dog, to affright an imperious lion

Dogberry, D. P.

Ibid. 2 4 980155 Hamlet. 4 5 10292 5

Ibid. 5 1 1036227 Othello. 2 3 10572 S

Much Ado About

Hen. vili.5
1 Henry i. 14



701 132 549 120

Troil, and Creff 5 4


Dog-days. O' my confcience, twenty of the dog-days now reign in his nofe
Dog-fifb. Dolphin, or dog-fish

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All's Well. 2 3 288 154

Jul. Cafar. 317542 32

Taming of the Shrew. 4 2 269 252

Dog'd. If we meet in the city, we shall be dog'd with

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Midf. Night's Dream. 1 2


Twelfth Night.3 2
K. Joba. 4
1 Henry vi. 4 3

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Coriolanus. 5 3

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two strange followers

Is fuch a name, whose repetition will be dogg'd with curfes
For both our honour and our shame, in this, are dogg'd with

Deing. For doing, I am paft, as I will be by thee

Troilus and Creffida. 1 3 865111

Muft my fons be flaughter'd in the streets, for valiant doings in their country's caufe?

4 L

All's Well 2

28816 Titus Andronicus. 1 2 832'2'43 Doing.


Doing. And to fuch wondrous doing brought his horfe
Doit. John Doit, of Staffordshire

Supply your prefent wants, and take no doit of ufance for my monies

Irons of a doit

On diffention of a doit

This morning, for ten thousand of your throats I'd not have given a doit Dolabella. D. P.

Dole. If it be my luck, fo; if not, happy man be his dole

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What dreadful dole is here

The poor old man, their father, making such a pitiful dole
Happy man be his dole! he that runs fafteft gets the ring
What dole of honour Aies where you bid it

Why happy man be his dole!

Happy man be his dole

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over them

Taming of the Shrew.1
All's Well. 2
Winter's Tale.

It was your pre-furmife, that in the dole of blows your son might drop

In equal scale weighing delight and dole

Dolour comes to the entertainer of grief

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Two Gent. of Verona.3
Winter's Tale. 5

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Troilus and Cre5 3 888138

Thou shalt have as many dolours from thy dear daughters as thou canst tell in a


Dolorcus. You take me in too dolorous a fenfe

Dolphin. And heard a mermaid on a dolphin's back

Why, your dolphin is not luftier

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Lear. 2
Ant. and Cleop.4
Midf. Night's Dream. 2
All's Well. 2

Like Arion, on the dolphin's back, I saw him hold acquaintance with the waves

-or dog-fish

Dolphin-like. His delights were dolphin-like

Dolphin, my boy, boy, Seffy; let him trot by

Dolts. Moft monster-like, be fhewn for poor'st diminutives to dolts
Affes, fools, dolts! chaff and bran

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Dombledon. What said master Dombledon about the fattin for my short

Dominator. The welkin's vice-gerent, and fole dominator of Navarre
Though Venus govern your defires, Saturn is dominator over mine
Domineer. Go to the feaft, revel and domineer

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Donation. I would have put my wealth into donation, and the best half should have re

turn'd to him

It was wife nature's end in the donation, to be his evidence now
What has he done?-a woman


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Timon of Athens.3

If it were done, when 'tis done, then 'twere well it were done quickly
I have done as you have done; that's, what I can

Villain, I have done thy mother

Done to death.

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Meaf. for Meaf

Cymbeline. 5 5 927
2 77153

Macbeth.17 367251

Ceriolanus. 1 9 7102/21

Titus Andronicus. 4

2 Henry vi. 3

2847/1/18 2589137

Den'd. I did not think this amorous furfeiter would have don'd his helm, for fuch a
petty war

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Two Gent. of Verona. 4 I

Firm and irrevocable is my doom, which I have pafs'd upon her, he is banish'd

Up, up, and fee the great doom's image!

What will the line ftretch out to the crack of doom

Alter not the doom fore-thought by heaven

Norfolk, for thee remains a heavier doom

I come to change blows with thee for our day of doom

As You Like It.1 3

228 159

3 3711 52 Ibid. 41 379112 K. John. 3 1 3982 57 Richard .13 417223 Ibid. 3 2 428 132

That, in his fecret doom, out of my blood he'll breed revengement, and a fcourge

for me

This is the law, and this duke Humphrey's doom

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Doom. It skills not greatly who impugns our doom

The tender love I bear your grace, my lord, makes me most forward in this noble

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Doomsday. If the lives 'till Doomsday, the will burn a week longer than the whole world

I'll prove her fair or talk till doomsday here

is near; die all, die merrily

Why then All Soul's day is my body's doomsday

Comedy of Errors. 3 2
Love's Labor Loft.43
1 Henry iv. 4 1
Richard iii. 51

Men, wives, and children, ftare, cry out, and run, as it were doomsday Jul. Cafar. 31

What lefs than doomsday is the prince's doom?
The world's grown honeft.-Then is doomsday near

Romeo and Juliet. 3 3
Hamlet. 2 2

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Dr. I will peat the door for master Page

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Dorcas. D. P.

Henry viii.
Winter's Tale.



Dericles. They call him Doricles; and he boasts himself to have a worthy feeding

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Let his difpofition have that scope that dotage gives it
Detant. Or with the palfy'd interceffion of fuch a decay'd dotant as you seem to be
Dotard. I speak not like a dotard, or a fool

Lear. 1 4 937241 Cori. 5 2 734144 Much Ado About Nothing. 5 1 141|2|36 Taming of the Shrew. 5 1 274237

Away with the dotard; to the jail with him
Thou dotard, thou art woman-tyr'd, unroosted by dame Partlet here Winter's Tale. 2

Twelfth Night. 3
Richard iii.




Much Ado About Nothing. 2


130,2 30

Ibid. 2 3


Midf. Night's Dream.4 1
Ant. and Cleop. 1 1
Ibid. 12

190 114.

7671 5

7692 29

Tim. of

Aibens. 3 5


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Cymbeline. 1

342150 1894 120

Merry Wives of Wind. 2
Com. of Errors. 5
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She, fweet lady, dotes, devoutly dotes, dotes in idolatry, upon this spotted and inconftant man

-As you on him, Demetrius dote on you

There is not one amongst them, but I dote on his very absence Merchant of Venice. 1
Is there yet another dotes upon rib-breaking?
You are the three that Rome should dote on

Not fo young, fir, to love a woman for singing; nor fo old, to dote on her for any


And I dote in mine own comforts

Dating. Followed her with a doting obfervance

Double. Swear by your double self, and there's an oath of credit

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Merry W. of Windfor. 2 2

Merchant of Venice. 5 1
2 Henry iv. 3 2

A lady so fair, and faften'd to an empery, would make the greatest

Double-damn'd. Therefore be double damn'd, fwear thou art honeft
Double-dealer. To make thee a double-dealer




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Double-dealing. But that it would be double-dealing
Doubleness. The doubleness of the benefit defends the deceit from reproof Meaf. for Meaf.3 i

Twelfth Night. 5 1



Doublet. My jerkin is a doublet

In your doublet and hofe this raw rheumatick day
Carving the fashion of a new doublet

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 4
Merry W. of Windfor. 3 1



Mu. Ado About Nothing. 2 3

1291 52

A Spaniard, from the hip upward, no doublet

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