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i Henry iv. 2 4 4542131

Ricbard ü. 11 31 41712 3 Eagle-winged. Eagle-winged pride Eaning. The fulsome ewes who then conceiving, did in eaning time fall party-coloured lambs

Mer.of Venice. | 3 2011/29 Earlings. That all the eanlings, which were freak’d and py'd lould fall as Jacob's hire

Ibid. 1 31 2011 20 Ears. He that ears my land, spares my team, and gives me leave to in the crop All's Well.: 328117

That power I have, discharge, and let them go, to ear the land that hath some hope to grow

Richard ii. 31 2 4281 57 - Make the sea serve them; which they car and wound with keels of every kind

Antony and Cleopatra. 1 41 772 144 You cram these words into mine ears against the stomach of my sense Tempeft. 2

21 8128 Pricked their ears

Tempeft. 41 1817

3 - The story must take the ear strangely So I have strew'd it in the common ear

Measure for Measure. 11 41 782/21

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Ibid. 31 1 891 45 My deaf dull ears a little use to hear

Comedy of Errors. 51 | 119|2|30 What fire is in mine ears

Much Ado About Notb.31 1 1322132 They say he wears a key in his ear, and a lock hanging by it

Ibid. 151 1 144 | 5 Aged ears play truant at his tales

Love's Labor Loft.21 152227 Honest plain words best pierce the car of grief

Ibid. 5 2 173 154 And kiss thy fair large ears, my gentle joy

Mid. Night's Dream. 41 1 189 149 The ear of man hath not seen

Ibid. 4 1 1912 17 Pitchers have ears, and I have many servants

Taming of ibe Sbrew. 41 41 272 224 My face so thin, that in mine ear I durft not stick a rose

K. John. I

1 389 1 6 Rounded in the ear

Ibid. 22) 3952139 Hear me without thine ears

Ibid. 31 31 39912149 Her ear is stopt with duft

Ibid. 4) 2 404|27 Quick is mine ear, to hear of good towards him

Ricbard ii. 2 1 422 17 - Stopping my greedy ear with their bold deeds : but in the end to stop mine ear indeed

2 Henry iv. 1

11.47412129 - Mine ears against your suits' are stronger, than your gates against my force Cur. 5 2 734|235 - O that men's tars should be to counsel deaf, but not to fattery Timon of Arbens. 1 2 809/231 - Eyes and ears two traded pilots, 'twixt the dangerous Mores of will and judgment

Troilus and Cred:12] 2 867 1141 Light of ear

Lear. 31 4 94812145 Look with thine ears

Ibid. 4 6 95811 32 Holding thine ear close to the hollow ground; fo Ahall no foot upon the church-yard tread, but thou shalt hear it

Romeo and Juliet.5) 31 99516 - Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice

Hamlet. 1 3 10042 57

Otbelio. 1 And with a greedy ear devour up my discourse

3.10482 19 Ear-kiffing. They are yet but ear-kissing arguments

Lear.12 1 9391113

Othello. Ear-piercing fife

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106322 Ear-wax. But he hath not so much brain as car-wax

Troi. and Creps $84232 Earis. My Thanes and kinsmen, henceforth be earls, the first that ever Scotland in such an honour nam'd

Machetb. s71 386 2 46 Earn. His excellency did earn it ere he had it

Mu. Ado Abr. Norb. 3) 1 132221 Earnef. Did you perceive her earneft

Two Gent. of Ver. 21 - Therefore I will even take fixpence in earnest of the bear-herd and lead his apes into hell

M. Ado About Nob. 2) I 1252 49 He is in most profound earnest

Ibid. 51 | 143 | ! There is too great testimony in your complexion, that it was a passion of earnest

As You Like it. 4) 3) 245215 Pleads he in earnest? look upon his face

Ricbard ii. 51 31 437 2145 And from his coffers receiv'd the golden earnest of our death

Henry v. 2 2 5171/47 Earıb disdain to root the summer swelling flower, and make rough winter everlastingly

Two Gent. of Verona. 21 4 3711/30 More than earth divine

Comedy of Errors. 3) 2 110252 I'll put a girdle round the earth in forty minutes

Midj. Night's Dream. 21 21 18012128 I'll believe as soon, this whole earth may be borid

Ibid. 3 2 1852-16 Where is this gallant, that is so defirous to lie with his mother earth As You Like It. 11 21 226 2 42 Thou sure and firm-Tet earth, hear not my fteps

Macberb. 2 1 3691215 Meagre cloddy carth

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We are on the earth, where nothing lives, but crosses, care and grief Ricbard ii. 2 2 423 27
Dear earth, I do falute thee with my hand

Ibid. 31 4262 14
At my birth, the frame and the foundation of the carth fak'd like a coward 1 Hen. iv. 2 4 457 4/22
Thy brother's blood the thirsty earth hath drunk

3 Henry vi.(21 31 61314158
Then let the earth be drunken with our blood

Ibid. 2) 3) 6132) 4 For thou haft made, the happy earth, thy hell

Ricbard ii. 1 21 635|2|55 gape open wide, and eat him quick

Ibid. (121 6361) 5 England's lawful earth, unlawfully made drunk with innocent blood Ibid. 4 4 659217 Thou cam'ft on earth to make the earth my hell

Ibid. (41 41 66012 51 Give him a little earth for charity

Henry viii. 4) 2 694 2.40 I melt, and am not of stronger earth than others

Coriolanus. (5 31 537147 Are you not mov'd, when all the sway of earth shakes like a thing infirm J. Casar. i) 3) 745) - 35 Our dungy earth alike feeds beaft as man

Ant. and Cleop.: 1768| 1 Timon's execration of it

Timon of Arbens.(4) 3) 8212 39 The earth's a thief, that feeds and breeds by composture stolen from general excrement

Ibid. (4/ 3824/2/15 Then muft my earth with her continual tears become a deluge Titus Andronicus. 3) 1) 843215 The earth hath Swallow'd all my hopes but the, she is the hopeful lady of my earth

Romeo and Juliet. 1) 2 970129 The earth, that's nature's mother, is her tomb

Ibid. 23977175 Vile earth, to earth resign

Ibid. 32 9841114 This goodly frame, the earth, seems to me a steril promontory

Hamlet. 2210131 This folidity and compound mars, with tristful visage, as against the doom, is thoughtfick at the act

Ibid. 3) 4|1024)

M. Ado. About Notb. I Earibquake. I look for an earthquake too then

Il 1241 Mountains may be remov'd with carthquakes, and so encounter As You Like Ii. 3) 2 236) And great affections,wrestling in thy bosom, do make an earthquake of nobility K.Job. 5 21 408 characteristically described

i Henry iv, 31 1 457 "Tis fince the earthquake now eleven years

Romeo and Juliet. : 31971 Ease. By heaven I will not do thee so much case

3 Henry viisl 51 631 Eaféful. Ere he attain his easeful western bed

Ibid. 5) 3) 626

Mu. Ado Abi. Notb. 51 31 149 Eaß. The drowsy east

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Cymbeline. 41 21 91 Eaft-cbcap. I have bespoke Supper to-night in Eastcheap

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Winter's Tale. 5) 3 3 Easy. 'Tis as easy to make her speak, as move These faults are easy, quickly answered

2 Henry vii31 1 Easy-melting king

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M. Ado About Notb. 41 Eal. Will you not eat your word

As You Like It.s) 4) I will not eat my word now thou art mine Sir Robert might have eat his part in me, upon Good Friday, and ne'er broke his fast

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The occan, over-peering of his lift, cats not the fiats with more impetuous hafte Ham. 45 Eater. An eater of broken meats

Lear.2 Eating the air on promise of supply

2 Henry just Eaves . If nothing steads us, to chide him from our eaves ; for he perfifts, as if his life

All's Web.

31 lay on't Eaves-dropper. Under our tents ; I'll play the eaves-dropper

Richard iji. 5 Ebb. To ebb hereditary Noth instructs me

Tempeft. 2 Ebbd man.

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A. S. P. C.L' Echo. Do but Aart an echo with the clamour of thy drum, and even at hand a drum is ready brac'd

King Joba. 5. 409-150 - Whilft the babling echo mocks the hounds, replying thrilly to the well tun'd

horns, as if a double hunt was heard at once

Titus Andronicus.21 31 8381 31 Else would I cear the cave where Echo lies

Romeo and Juliet. 2 2 9771 6 He echoes me, as if there were some monster in his thought

Orbello. 3) 310602 16 Eclipse. Born to eclipse thy life this afternoon

1 Henry vi.41 5 563154 Thefe late eclipses in the fun and moon portend no good to us

Lear.11 3 93312 31 0, these eclipfes do portend these divisions

Ibid. 1 2) 934 III Methinks, it should be now a huge eclipse of fun and moon

Orbello. 5) 210762154 Ecffecy. Hinder them from what this ecstacy may now provoke them to Tempeft. 3 3 Mark how he trembles in his ecstacy

Comedy of Errors. 4 4 115219 The ecstacy hath so much overborne her

M. Ado Ab. Notb.12 3 13012113 O love, be moderate, allay thy ecstacy

Mercb. of Venice. 31 2210239 In restless ecstacy

Macbeth.13) 2 3742114 Where violent Sorrow seems a modern ecstacy

Ibid. 41 31 382|1|25 Attend him in his ecstacy

Titus Andronicus. 48461136 His feigned ecstafies, shall be no fhelter to these outrages

Ibid. 14 4 849 150 This bodiless creation ecstasy is very cunning in

Hamler. 34 1025019 That unmatch'd form and feature of blown youth, blafted with ecstasy Ibid. 31 I 10181137 - I shifted him away, and laid good, scuse upon your ecstasy

Orbello. 141 110681 21 Eden. This other Eden, demy paradise

Ricbard ii. 2 1 420131 Edgar. D. P.

King Lear.

929 Edge. To the extremeft edge of hazard

All's Well. 3 3 2912 47 Abate the edge of traitors

Richard iñ. 5 4 66912143 Thy years want wit, thy wit wants edge

Titus Andronicus.[2] 1836164 - Give him a further edge

Hamlet. (3/ 11016/253 It would cost you a groaning, to take off my edge

Ibid. 3 21021|1/25 Edifies. My love with words and errors still the feeds : but edifies another with her deeds

Troilus and Creffida. 51 31 888217 Edify'd. Can you enquire him out ? and be edify'd by report

Orbello. 31 4 1064/2146 Edmund. D. P.

King Lear.

929 Edward's shovel boards

M.W. of Winds."

471126 - seven fons, whereof thyself art one, were as seven phials of his sacred blood Rich. ii. 11 2 415225 - Their fates lamented

Ibid. 1 2 415/2/28 - the Black Prince, hard fate of his son

Ibid. 121 4211156 characterized by the duke of York

Ibid. 21 1 421 2 2 - address commending his soul to God if he should fall in battle

3 Henry vi. 2 3 613219 - IV, king, makes love to lady Grey

Ibid. 31 2 6171221 proclaimed at York IV. D. P.

Richard ii. ation on the murder of Clarence -V, D. P.

Ibid. prince, stab'd

3 Henry vi. 5 563012161 prince of Wales. D. P.

Ricbard ii. Eds. Cry to it, nuncle, as the cockney did to the eels when she put them in the paste alive

Lear. 21 41 94411 S Edl-Ains. My arms such eel-skins stuft

K. John. 1 389 6 You might have truffed him and all his apparel into an cel-lkin 2 Henry iv. 3 2 4922 1 Effets. Thy complexion Mifts to strange effects after the moon Meas. for Meas.131 1 A manifefted effe&t

Ibid.41 2 951114 My father left me some prescriptions of rare and prov'd effe&ts

All's Well. 13282 2 20 Whose tenours and particular effects you have; enscheduld briefly Henry v. 512 538 245 For this effect, defective, comes by cause

Hamlet.2 21011 1119 Wilt thou know the effect of what I wrote

Ibid. 5) 21037126 Efetless. They have served me to effe&less use

Titus Andronicus. 3

1842 143 Efigies. As mine eye doth his effigies witness, most truly limned and living in your face

As You Like I:.12 7 234 2 4 Efuse. And much effuse of blood doth make me faint

3 Henry vi. 26 61512 9 Eftet. That's the efteft way

Much Ado About Noth. 4 2 14012117 Egoes. D. P.

Midj, Night's Dream.

175) Egg. He will steal, fir, an egg out of a cloister

All's Well. 41 31 299125 Truly thou art damn'd; like an ill-roasted egg, all on one side As You Like It. 31 21 2342151 Yet, they say, we are almost as liko as eggs

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Winter's Tale. 24 33512135 What, you egg? young fry of treachery

Macberb. 41 21 38057 Some trick not worth an egg

Coriolanus. 41 41 728)1 43 Give me an egg, nuncle, and I'll give thee two crowns

Lear. I 41 9361153 Eggs and butter. They are up already, and call for eggs and butter i Henry iv. 2 1 448 2124 Eglamour. D. P.

Two Gent. of Verona. 23 Eglantine.

Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 2 2 18111 50 No, nor the leaf of eglantine, whom not to Nander, out-sweeten'd not thy breath Cym.41 21 917 1 18 Egma. No egma, no riddle, no l'envoy

Love's Labour Loft. 3 1 15512 Ego & Rex meus.

Henry vii. 31 2 6912120 Egregious. You give me most egregious indignity

All's Well. 2 3] 2872 45 Egypt. I'll rail against all the first-born of Egypt

As You Like It. 21 5 23211/27 Egyptians. There is no darkness, but ignorance; in which thou art more puzzled than the Egyptians in their fog

Twelftb Nigbr. 4 2 32712123 Like to the Egyptian thief, at point of death, kill what I love

Ibid. 5 1 329 2158 Eje&t. To eje&t him hence, were but one danger, but to keep him here our certain death

Corislanus. 3 2 722 1146 Eke. And I to Page shall eke unfold

Merry Wives of Windsor. 3) 491241 Most brisky Juvenal, and eke most lovely Jew

Midf. Nigbr's Dream. 3

1 1841 4 - And mine to eke out her's

As You Like I. I 21 22612 37 With true observance seek to eke out that

All's Well 2 5 28912149 Elbow. D. P.

Measure for Measure. 75 My name is Elbow, I do lean upon justice

Ibid. 2 quibbling on that word

Ibid. 2 Öne rubb’d his elbow, thus; and fleer'd, and swore

Love's Labor Lol. 5 2 167413 A sovereign Thame so elbows him

Lear. 41 31 955|211 Eld. The superstitious idle headed eld

M. Wives of Windsor. 41 4 68 116 Doth beg the alms of palfied eld

Measure for Meafure. 31 1

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Merry Wives of Wind. 2 3

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Love's Labor Lof. 51 21 172 1125 Let the stinking elder grief, untwine his perishing, with the increasing vine Cym. 41 2 9751133 Elder-gun. That's a perilous shot out of an elder-gun

Henry v. 41 I 529 1 33 Eleanor, dame, wife to the duke of Glofter. D. P.

2 Henry vii

571 Sentenced

Ibid. 21 31 581 131 Election. Thy frank election make; thou hast power to chuse, and they none to forfake

All's Well. 2) 3) 2861/46 By her election may be truly read, what kind of man he is

Cymbeline. I

1894 1123 If it be a fin to make a true election she is damn'd

3) 89512146 - makes not up on such conditions

Lear. 1

1931/2/16 Elegies. Hangs odes upon hawthorns, and elegies upon brambles As You Like I. 32 237 2/44 Elements. Does not our life consist of the four elements

Twelfth Nigbt. 2 3 314/27 I am not of your element

Ibid. 3/ 4 323247 King Richard and myself thould meet with no less terror than the elements of fire and water

Ricbard i. 3) 31 429 | 9 The element Thews to him as it doch to me

Henry v. 4 I 5281151 One, certes, that promises no element in such a business

Henry viii. 1672 1/48 By the elements

Coriolanus. 110 711 2123 The complexion of the element, it favours like the work we have in hand Jul. Cæfar. 1 31 746 2/ 3 And the elements so mix'd in him, that nature might stand up, and say to all the world, This was a man

Ibid. 5 5 7652127 - The elements be kind to thee, and make thy spirits all of comfort Ant, and Cleap. 3 21 782|2|31 I am fire and air; my other elements I give to baser life

Ibid. 5 2 801 2/26 I tax not you, you elements, with unkindness; I never gave you kingdom, callid you children

Lear. 3 2 94612 49 The very elements of this warlike ide

0:bello. 21 31055146 Elepbans. In the South suburbs at the elephant is best to lodge

Tw. Nigbr. 31 31 322|2/13 (may be betray’d) with holes

Jul. Cæfar. 2 1 74812/41 Slow as an elephant

Troil, and Cres. 2 859233 Shall the elephant Ajax carry it thus

Ibid. 2 3 868/2/20 The elephant hath joints, but none for courtesy; his legs are for neceffity, not for flexure

Ibid. 2 3 869 2110 Elf all my hair in knots

Lear.12) 3 9422|19 Elf-lucks. And cakes the elf-locks in foul Duttish hairs

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Henry viz. 5| 41 7012135 Cranmer's prophecy of her future greatness

Ibid. 51 41 7021115 - queen, complimented under the fimile of a vestal

Midf. Night's Dream. 2 2 180 2 11 Elm. Thou art an elm, my husband, I a vine

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2 108217 The female ivy lo enrings the barky fingers of the elm Midf. Night's Dream. 4 | 1901 9 Answer thou dead elm, answer

2 Henry iv. 2 41 487 1139 Elequence. And nought esteems my aged eloquence

Two Geni. of Ver.13 I 34/1/29 His eloquence the parcel of a reckoning

i Henry iv. 2 41 4522 8 Elves. Various kinds addressed by Prospero

Tempeft. 51

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Mid. Night's Dream. 2 1 179122 - Some, war with rear-mice for their leathern wings to make my small elves coats Ib. [2 Elvih-sprigbes. We talk with goblins, owls, and elvith-sprights Com. of Errors. 2 2 108/2 23 Elvijb-marked. Thou elvith-marked abortive

Ricbard iii. 1 3 6401 1 Hm. v. p. 509

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Ricbard ii. 2 Ely-bеuje. Bid him repair to us at Ély-house

1421|2147 Elyfium. My brother he is in elysium

Twelfth Nigbr.1 2 30811 8 How sweet a thing it is to wear a crown; within whose circle is elysium 3 Hen. vi.fi

Poor shadows of elysium, hence; and reft upon your never withering banks of
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Cymbeline. 51 41 922 2 33 Embalm me

Henry viii. 41 21 696 2 28 Embalming. In faith for little England you'd venture an embalming

Ibid.21 31 6831 1 Embarquements all of fury, Thall lift up their rotten privilege, and custom 'gainst my hate to Marcius

Coriolanus. 110 7112 36 Embassador. A horse to be embassador for an ass

Love's Labor Loft. 3 | 155125 Emballage. I have almost matter enough in me for such an embassage M. Ado Ab. Nutboli 1124 1 10 I every day expect an embassage from my Redeemer to redeem me hence

R. 4.2 1 644119 Embay'd. If that the Turkish fileet be not unlelter'd, and embay'd, they are drown'd

Otbello. 2111051152 Embers. Your speech is paffion, but, pray you stir no embers up Ant. and Cleop: 2 2 774 147 Embody'd. For I by vow am so embody'd yours, that the which marries you, munt

All's Well. 51 31 3041/27 Embeljed. All the embofled fores of headed evils

As You Like It. 21 21 233 | 3 The boar of Theffaly was never so emboss'd

Ani, and Cleop. 4111 794215 Which once a day with his embosed froth the turbulent surge shall cover T. of Aib. 51 3 827 255 An embossed carbuncle, in my corrupted blood

Lear.21 41 945123 Embowelld. The schools embowell’d of their doctrine have left off the danger to itself

All's Well. 11 31 282241 Swills your warm blood like wash, and makes his trough in your embowell’d bosoms

Richard iii. 5 1 6651 152 Embrace. Muit embrace the fate of that dark hour

Macbeth. 31 1 3741131 - I charge you embrace and love this man

Henry vii. 5 2 700/2131 - Yet he would embrace no counsel

Timon of Aibens. 3 1 81319 Embrac'd. You'll see your Rome embrac'd with fire before you'll speak with Coriolanus

Coriolanus. 5) 27332 53 Embracement. They clung in their embracement, as they grew together Henry vii. I

1 672111 3 The issue is embracement

Troil. and Cres: 4 5

832 226 [Embracing) the nobleness of life is, to do thus

Ant. and Cleop. 11

1 7681 Embrasures. Forcibly prevents our lock'd embrasures

Troilus and Creffida. 4 4 880120 Embrewed. Lord Bassianus lies embrewed here, all on a heap, like to a Naughter'd lamb

Titus Andronicus.2 41 8401119 Ezilia. D. P.

Winter's Tale.

333 Eminence. Whether the tyranny be in his place or in his eminence that fills it up M. for M. 1 3

781129 Present him eminence, both with eye and tongue

Macbab.3) 2 374 2124 Emmew. Whose settled visage and deliberate word nips youth i' the bead, and follies doth emmew

Meaf, for Meal. 31 1 881136 Empale him with your weapons round about

Troil. and Cref. 51 71 890714 Enfrancbife . I will enfranchise thee

Love's Labour Lo.31 156 15 Empery. Or there we'll fit, ruling in large and ample emperyo'er France Henry v. 2

51311/12 Your right of birth, your empery, your own

Richard iii. 31 71 6551143 Ambitiously for rule and empery

Tit. Andronicus. I 18371212 Thou shalt obtain and ask the empery

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