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A.S. P. C. L. Dog. I am the fellow with the great belly, and he my dog

2 Henry ivot 477|4|50 So, fo, thou common dog, didit chou disgorge thy glutton bosom of the royal Richard

2 Hen. iv. 1 3 47512.10 The wild dog thall flesh his tooth in every innocent

Ibid.141 41 50026 If we with thrice that power left at home, cannot defend our own door from the dog, let us be worried

Henry v. 2 513/14 For your own reasons turn into your bosoms, as dogs upon their masters Ibid. 21 21 5161219 Coward dogs most spend their mouths, when what they seem to threaten runs far before them

Ibid. 2 41 51812160 - They call'd us, for our fierceness, English dogs; now, like their whelps, we crying, run away

i Herry vi. 1 5 549/28 Between two dogs which hath the deeper mouth

Ibid.2 41 5522 12

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1 634119 - Stay dog, for thou thalt hear me

Ibid. 1 3 639 2149 Beware of yonder dog; look, when he fawns, he bites; and when he bites, his venom tooth will rankle to the death

Ibid. 1 3 64012 20 - That dog that had his teeth before his eyes to worry lambs and lap their gentle blood

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5 41 669121 9 He's a very dog to the commonalty

Coriolanus. I 170325 muft eat

11 70527 That's as easy as to set dogs on sheep

1 7142114 Make them of no more voice than dogs

Ibid. 2 31 718 2 6 I had rather be a dog, and bay the moon, than such a Roman Julius Cæfar. 41 31 759|1|20 You are a dog.-Thy mother's of my generation ; what's she, if I be a dog T.of Arb. i

1805|2144 - Steal but a beggar's dog, and give it Timon, why, the dog coins gold

1 809 1150 Uncover dogs, and lap

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6 81811122 I had rather be a beggar's dog, than Apemantus

Ibid. 3) 8232 12 Away thou issue of a mangy dog

Ibid. 41 31 82312 22 - I have dogs, my lord, will rouse the proudest panther in the chase Titus Andron. 2 2 837)2160 As sure a dog, as ever fought at head

Ibid. 5 3 8511141 Knowing nought, like dogs, but following

Lear.! 21 21 941 1140 Why, madam, if I were your father's dog, you should not use me fo

Ibid. 2 2942" in madness

Ibid. 31 41 948 2 46 Mastiff, greyhound, mungril grim, hound, or spaniel, brache, or lym; or bob-tail tike, or trundle-tail

Ibid.

3 69501244 A dog's obey'd in office

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61 9581140 Mine enemy's dog, though he had bit me, should have stood that night against my fire

Ibid. 471 960 1 43 A dog of the house of Montague moves me

Romeo and Juliet. 1 967 215 Ay, mocker! that's the dog's name, R is for the dog

Ibid. 21 41 980155 O, this is counter, you false Danish dogs

Hamlet. 41 5102925 - The cat will mew, and dog will have his day

Ibid. 5 110362 27 Even fo as one would beat his offenceless dog, to affright an imperious lion Othello. 2 3 1057 21 S Dogberry. D. P.

Mucb Ado About NotbingDog-days. O'my conscience, twenty of the dog-days now reign in his pose Hen. viti.s) 3) 7011 32 Dog-filo Dolphin, or dog-fith

i Henry vi. 1 41 5491 20 Dog-fox. And that same dog-fox Ulysses

Troil. and Cref 5 4 883 2 28 Deg-bearted daughters

Lear. 141 31 9552,14 Dog-bcle. France is a dog-hole

All's Wdl. 2 3 288 7:54 Degs of war. Cry, havock, and let slip the dogs of war

Jul. Cæfar. 3 1 7542 32 Dog-weary:

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 41 2 269 2 52 Deg'd. If we meet in the city, we shall be dog'd with company, and our devices known

Midf. Nigbi's Dream. 1

21 178245 - I have dogg'd him like his murtherer

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2 322 1,18 - rü fill these dogged [pies with false reports

K. John.4 1 40379 - That dogg'd the mighty army of the dauphin

1 Henry oi. 4 3 5621 And dogged York, that reaches at the moon

2 Henry vi. 3 1 584 2 48 Is such a name, whose repetition will be dogg'd with curses a

Coriolanus.

151 31 736122 For both our honour and our shame, in this, are dogg`d with two strange followers

Treilus and Crefida. 1 3 865 111 Dcing. For doing, I am paft, as I will be by thee

All's Well. 2 3 288 6 - Muft my fons be Naughter'd in the streets, for valiant doings in their country's caure?

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Hamlet. 141 7110321'|19 Doit. John Doit, of Staffordshire

2 Henry iv. 3 2 4891132 Supply your present wants, and take no doit of usance for my monies Mer. of Ven. 1 3 2012/25 Irons of a doit

Coriolanus. I sl 7081254 On diffention of a doit

Ibid.4) 41 728139 This morning, for ten thousand of your throats I'd not have given a doit Ibid. 5 4 737225 Dolabella. D.P.

Ant. and Cleop.

767 Dole. If it be my luck, fo; if not, happy man be his dole Merry Wives of Windsor. 1314

6212 48 What dreadful dole is here

Midf. Night's Dream. 5 1 194/2j59 The poor old man, their father, making such a pitiful dole over them As Y. Like It. 1 2 2261 29 Happy man be his dole! he that runs fastest gets the ring Taming of obe Shriw. !

1 256142 What dole of honour Aies where you bid it

All's Well.2 3) 2871150 Why happy man be his dole!

Winter's Tale. I 2 335/2 37 · Happy man be his dole

i Henry iv. 2 2 450117 It was your pre-surmise, that in the dole of blows your fon might drop 2 Henry iv. 147525 In equal scale weighing delight and dole

Hamler. 1 11001 2 19 Dolour comes to the entertainer of grief

Tempeft. 2 71150 An ending anthem of my endless dolour

Two Gent. of Verona.3.1 32219 From one sign of dolour to another

Winter's Tale. 52 3602 36 - Yell'd out like syllable of dolour

Macbetb. 41 3 3802117 To breathe the abundant dolour of the heart

Ricbard ii. 1 3) 418|216 How poor Andromache shrills her dolours forth

Troilus and Crep 5 3 8881 38 Thou Malt have as many dolours from thy dear daughters as thou canst tell in a year.

Lear. 2 4 9431144 Dolorous. You take me in too dolorous a sense

Ant, and Cleop. 41 2:791123 Dolphin. And heard a mermaid on a dolphin's back

Midf. Nigbt's Dream. 2 2] 80 2 2 Why, your dolphin is not lustier

All's Well. 2 3 286114 Like Arion, on the dolphin's back, I saw him hold acquaintance with the waves

Iwelfib Night. 1 2) 30811122 - or dog-fish

i Henry vi. ' 4 5491120 Dolpbin-like. His delights were dolphin-like

Ani, and Cleop. 5 2 7991219 Delpbin, my boy, boy, Sefly; let him trot by

Lear. 31 4 94812153 Dolts. Most monster-like, be Mhewn for poor' t diminutives to dolts Ant. and Cleop. 14.107941140 Affes, fools, dolts! chaff and bran

Trois and Crep

2 861 133 O gull! O dolt!

Orbelio. 5) 210772124 Dombledon. What said master Dombledon about the fattin for my Mort cloak and Nops

2 Henry iv. 1 2.476/1/29 Dominator. The welkin's vice-gerent, and sole dominator of Navarre Love's Labor Lufp. 11 1 149/2) 8

Though Venus govern your desires, Saturn is dominator over mine Til. Andronicus, 21 31 833 1 45 Domineer. Go to the feast, revel and domineer

Taming of the Sbrew. 3 2 266 248 Don. What! should I don this robe, and trouble you?

Tilus Andronicus. I 2833/2 3 Dorulbain. D. P.

Macberb. 363 Donation. I would have put my wealth into donation, and the best half hould have return'd to him

Timon of Athens. 3 21 814132 It was wise nature's end in the donation, to be his evidence now Cyınbeline. 5 5 927 2 4 Done. What has he done?--a woman

Meas. f»r Measil: 77 153 If it were done, when 'tis done, then 'twere well it were done quickly Macbeth. 1/ 7) 36712 51 I have done as you have done; that's, what I can

Ceriolanus. 1 9 7101221 Villain, I have done thy mother

Titus Andronicus. 4) 2 8471118 Done to dearb.

2 Henry vi. 31 2 589137 Don'd. I did not think this amorous surfeirer would have don'd his helm, for such a petty war

Ant. and Clesp./2 1 77411 5 Then up he rose, and don'd his cloaths

Hamlet. 41 51028 248 Doom. I was, and held me glad of such a doom

Two Gent. of Verona. 41 1

381121 Firm and irrevocable is my doom, which I have pass d upon her, she is banish'd

As You Like It.11 3 2281159 Up, up, and see the great doom's image!

Macbeth. 2) 3) 3711152 What will the line stretch out to the crack of doom

Ibid.

41 13791112 Alter not the doom fore-thought by heaven

K. John. 1 3982 57 Norfolk, for thee remains a leavier door

Ricbard . ! 3! 4172 23 I come to change blows with thee for our day of doom

Ibid. 3) 2 4281 32 That, in his secret doom, out of my blood he'll breed revengement, and a scourge for me

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2 Henry vi.[3] 11 5852 59 - The tender love I bear your grace, my lord, makes me most forward in this noble presence to doom the offenders

Ricbard ii. 31 41 652 1'56 - Tell him, from his all-obeying breath I hear the doom of Ægypt Ant. and Cleop.311 789.123 The death of Antony is not a single doom

Ibid. 5 1 79712:44 · Then, dreadful trumpet, found the general doom

Romeo and Juliet. 3 2 984 1'53 What is the prince's doom

loid.31 31 985 1,29 Doomsday. If the lives 'till Doomsday, she will burn a week longer than the whole world

Comedy of Errors. 3 2 1112 8 · I'U prove her fair or talk till doomsday here

Love's Labor Loft.4 3 363 7:40 is near; die all, die merrily

1 Henry iv. 141 1 4651128 Why then All Soul's day is my body's doomsday

Ricbard ii. 5 2 665 1.17 Men, wives, and children, ftare, cry out, and run, as it were doomsday Jul. Ca far. 3) 1753,1'16 What less than doomsday is the prince's doom?

Romeo and Juliet. 31 31 985333 The world's grown honeft.-- Then is doomsday near

Hamlet.2 210122 23 Dver. I will peat the door for master Page

Merry Wives of Windsor. 11 461.45 Since my own doors refuse to entertain me, I'll knock elsewhere Comedy of Errors. 3) I Door-keeper of the council chamber. D.P.

Henry viii. 671 Dorcas. D.P.

Winter's Tale. 333 Dericles. They call him Doricles; and he boasts himself to have a worthy feeding

Winter's Tal..413 351 352 Dormeuse. To awake your dormouse valour

Twelftb Nigbr.13 2 3212-17 Dorfa, Marquis. D.P.

Ricbard iii.

633 Detage. I would she had bestow'd this dotage on me Much Ado About Norbing-12 3 130,2 30 When they hold an opinion of one another's dotage

Ibid.23 131 1 18 Her dotage now I do begin to pity

Midf. Nigbe's Dream. 4 190 1114 This dotage of our general's o'er flows the measure

Ani, and Cleop. 1 1 767 1 S These strong Ægyptian fetters I must break, or lose myself in dotage Ibid. 1 3 7692/29 Banish your dotage

Tim. of Aibens. 3 5 8171,28 Let his disposition have that scope that dotage gives it

Lear. Il 41 937 2:41 Dptant. Or with the palfy'd intercession of such a decay'd dotant as you seem to be Cori. 51 2 734 1144 Dotard. I speak not like a dotard, or a fool

Much Ado About Norbing. 5/ 1 141/2136 Away with the dotard; to the jail with him

Taming of the Sbrew. 5 1 274,2 37 Thou dotard, thou art woman-tyr'd, unroosted by dame Partlet here Winter's Tale. 21 31 342 1 50 And to the graver, a child that guided dotards

Cymbeline.lt 1 894 1/20 Dote. I never knew a woman so dote upon a man

Merry Wives of Winds. 2 2 Unless the fear of death doth make me dote

Com. of Errors.15 1 118 2117 Thy age and dangers make thee dote

Ibid. 5/ 1 119242 If he do not dote on her upon this

Mu. Ado About Notb. 23) 131113 For none offend where all alike do dote

Love's Lab. Loft. 4 3 1612 42 She, sweet lady, dotes, devoutly dotes, dotes in idolatry, upon this spotted and inconstant man

Mid. Nigbe's Dream. 1 Il 176 2114 Demetrius dote on

I 1772 There is not one amongft them, bur i dote on his very absence Mercbant of Venice: 1 200|1|33 Is there yet another doces upon rib-breaking?

As You Like It. 1 2 226140 You are the three that Rome Tould dote on

Coriolanus. 2 1 71312 44 - Not so young, fir, to love a woman for singing; nor fo old, to dote on her for any thing

Lear.! 41 935730 And I dote in mine. own comforts

Otbello. 21 1 1035213 Dating. Followed her with a doting observance

Merry W. of Windfor. 2/2 551241 Dable. Swear by your double felf, and there's an oath of credit Mercbant of Venice. 5) 1 2211160 And is old Double dead?

2 Henry iv. 3 2 4892 12 · Dispatch :this knave's tongue begins to double

2 Henry vi. 2/ 3/ 582 1 16 And be ever double, both in his words and meaning

Henry vii. 41 21 6942 55 A lady so fair, and faiten'd to an empery, would make the greatest king double

Cymbeline. 1 7 900 150 Dabl-dama'd. Therefore be double damn'd, swear thou art honest

Orbello.141 210702 32 Double-dealer. To make thee a double-dealer

Mu. Ado About Norbing. 5 4 146 2 41 Duble-dealing. But that it would be double-dealing

Tavelfth Nigbr. 5/ 1 329120 Doubleness. The doubleness of the benefit defends the deceit from reproof Meas. for Mcas. 3 1 8912 46 Doublet. My jerkin is a doublet

Two Gen. of Verona. 21 41 292160 In your doublet and hose this raw rheumatick day

Merry W. of Windsor. 31 1 581151 Carving the fashion of a new doublet

Mx. Ado About Norbing. 3 12911152 - A Spaniard, from the hip upward, no doublet

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Ibid. 3 2 2362|16 I have no more doublets than backs

Induco to Tamo of the Sbrew. 2 253 25 Unless you give me your doublet, and Auff me out with straw 2 Henry iv. 5) s) 5062)36 that hangmen would bury with those that wore them

Coriolanus. 1 sl 708/2/54 Doubling. For he is honourable, and, doubling that, most holy

Cymbeline. 3) 41 911 112. Doubt. Out of doubt

Midf. Nigbe's Dream. 4 3 1912/31 From hence I go to make these doubts all even

As You Like It. (51 41 2481119 Hang no more in doubt

K. Jobr. 3 1 398) 123 Urge doubts to them that fear

Ricbard ii. (21 11 422225 To end one doubt by death, revives two greater in the heirs of life 2 Henry iv. 4 1 49412) 17 But modeft doubt is call'd the beacon of the wise

Troilus and Cred:12 286612150 This is, fir, a doubt, in such a time, nothing becoming you, nor satisfying us Cym. 4 4 919|2|32 Doubring things go ill, often hurts more than to be sure they do

Ibid. 1 71 900 120 Daxbeful it stood, as two spent swimmers

Macbetb. 11 21 3631214 Dure. I will roar you as gently as any sucking-dove

Midf. Nigbt's Dream.1) 2 178 224 The dove pursues the griffin

Ibid. 21 21 18111127 Who will not change a raven for a dove

Ibid. 2) 3) 1821223 - What dead, my dove

Ibid. 5) 1 1951148 - I have bere a dit of doves, that I would bestow upon your worship Mer of Venice. 2) 2 2031214 For the's not froward, but modest as the dove

Tam. of tbe Skrew. 2 1 26225 Thou wilt be as valiant as the wrathful dove

2 Henry iv. (31 2 49012 Was Mahomet inspired with a dove

1 Henry vi. 7) 2) 546) 2 So doves with no:some stench are from their houses driven away

Ibid. 1 sl 54912 Seems he a dove? his feathers are but borrow'd

2 Henry vi 31 z 58411 So doves do peck the faulcon's piercing talons

3 Henry vi. 1 4 608 And doves will peck, in safeguard of their brood

Ibid. 21 21 6ul He eats nothing but doves, love; and that breeds hot blood Troil. and Crep 3) 1) 872 So shews a snowy dove trooping with crows

Remeo and Juliet.! 51 973
Therefore do nimble-pinion'd doves draw love

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King Jobn. 5 1 4 cliff, described by Glofter

Lear. 4 il 9 - cliff, description of appearances from by Edgar

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Dougbry-banded. I thank you all, for doughty-handed are you

Ant. and Cleep. 48 Douglas. Archibald, Earl of. D. P.

i Henry iv. At my tent the Douglas is; and I beseech your grace I may dispose of him

Ibid. 55 Go to the Douglas, and deliver him up to his pleasure, ransomlefs and free

Ibid. si 59 Derver. He of both that can affure my daughter greatest dower, thall have Bianca's love

Tam. of rbe Shrew. 2 Pass my daughter a sufficient dower, the match is made

Ibid. 14 Virtue, and she, is her own dower : honour, and wealth, from me

All's Wel. 2 Doubt not but heaven hath brought me up to be your daughter's dower

Ibid.

14 A dower, my lords! disgrace not fo your king

s Henry vio 5 Dower'd with our curse

Lear. 1 Dorulas. Filthy dowlas; I have given them away to bakers wives

i Henry io. Dowle, that's in my plume

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Merchant of Venice.13 2 210 2/23 Well, that is the dowry of his wife

As You Like It. 31 31 239171 2 But I had as lief take her dowry with this condition,--to be whipp'd at the high cross every morning

Tam. of ebe Sbrew. 1 1 256 234 Another dowry to another daughter, for she is chang'd, as she had never been Ibid. 5 2 276146 And ask no other dowry with her, but such another jest

Twelftb Nigbs. 2 51 3192115 Give with our niece a dowry large enough

King Jobr. 2 2 3942 57 Her dowry shall weigh equal with a queen

Ibid. 12 2 395 Dil - She is herself a dowry

Lear. 1 1 93112157 - If thou doft marry, I'll give thee this plague for thy dowry

Hamlet. 31 11018 1 9 Dowfabel. Where Dowfabel did claim me for her husband

Comedy of Errors. 4 1 113159 Drabs. If your worship will take order for the drabs and knaves Meas. fw Meas: 2 With die, and drab, I purchased this caparison

Winter's Tale.141 21 348 2/39 Ditch-deliver'd by a drab

Macbetb. 4 : 3781118 Dost thou deny thy father, curled drab

i Henry vi. 5 5 568116 Follow the knave, and take this drab away

2 Henry vi. 21 157912159 They say, he keeps a Trojan drab

Troi. and Crel 5 885 133 The parrot will not do more for an almond than he for a commodious drab Ibid.

5 2887145 Back to the diffembling luxurious drab of a fleeveless errand

888 225 Like a very drab, a scullion

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Ibid. 21 11009121 Drachm. See here these movers, that do prize their hours at a crack'd drachm Coriol. 1 3 708 2153 Dracbmas. Toevery Roman citizen he gives, to every several man, seventy-five drachmas

Julius Cæfur. 3 2 757||18 Dragens. For night's Swift dragons cut the clouds full fast Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 3 2 188213 Stale of dragon

Macberb. 1 378 119 - Rath, inconfiderate, fiery voluntaries, with ladies faces, and fierce dragon's spleens

King Jobra 13911135 Of a dragon, and a finless fish

Henry iv. 31 458/1155 His arms spread wider than a dragon's wings

1 Henry vi. 1 Il 543219 Fair Saint George, inspire us with the spleen of fiery dragons

Ricbard iii. 51 31 6691129 Like to a lonely dragon, that his fen makes fear'd and talk'd of more than seen Cor.4 11 726156 This Marcius is grown from man to dragon

Ibid.

5| 4737 13% Swift, swift, you dragons of the night! that dawning may hear the raven's eye Cym. 21 21 9022 7Come not between the dragon and his wrath

Lear. 1 2 93012127 Did ever dragon keep fo fair a cave

Romeo and Juliet. 3 21 984/161 Dragorifs. Sometime, we see a cloud that's dragonith

Ant. and Cleop• 4.12 794|233 Droger-like. Fights dragon-like

Coriolanus. 41 51 732 225 Dragon's tail. My father compounded with my mother under the dragon's tail Lear. 1 21 9341113 Dragon wing. The dragon wing of night o'erspreads the earth

Truie and Crepis 9 8901217 Draugbr. Drown them in a draught

Timon of Atbens. 5 2 826 224 Drow. They will draw you, mafter Froth, and you will hang them Meas. for Meal2 82 I - A hound that runs counter, and yet draws dry-foot well

Comedy of Errors. 41 21 113254 Leave you your power to draw, and I will have no power to follow you M.N.Dr.3 a 1802152 - Go wash thy face, and draw thy action

2 Henry iv. I

2) 4802155 Very true, fir, and I come to draw thee out by the ears

Ibid. 21 41 4862 40 Are we certainly resolv'd to draw conditions of a friendly peace 1 Henry vi. 21 565148 What can you say to draw a third, more opulent than your fifters

Lear. 1 1 930145 This seems a fair deserving, and must draw me that which my father loses Ibid. 3) 3 947 2 50 - I dare draw as soon as another man, if I fee occasion

Romeo and Juliet. 21 4 9793 47 Drower. Give us leave, drawer

Merry Wives of Wind. 22 552 4 Drawers. D.P. i Henry iv. 441.

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2 Henry iv. 473 I am fworn brother to a leath of drawers

i Henry iv. 2 41 45112116 Put on two leather jerkins, and aprons, and wait upon him at his table as drawers

2 Henry iv. 2 2 482 2 46 Drown. Why are you drawn

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Henry v. 21 1514/2138 My purse too light, being drawn of heaviness

Cymbeline. 5 4 9231 46 Draymen. A brace of draymen bid--God speed him well

Ricbard č. 11 41 41928 Dread-bolted thunder

Lear.141 71 960 140 Dreadful. This to me, in dreadful secrecy they did impart

Hamier. Il 21003|2/24 Druam. Rather like a dream than an assurance

Tempeft. 1 2 - How like a dream is this I see and hear

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