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A.S. P. C.L. Epitapb. Hang her an epitaph to her tomb, and sing it to her bones M.Ado Ab. Notbols! 1143)237

Will you hear an extemporal epitaph on the death of the deer Love's Labour Lof. 41 21 159132 Epirbet. A moft fingular and choice epithet

Ibid. s 1 164/2/35 Episbeton. I spoke it, tender Juvenal, as a congruent epitheton

Ibid. 1

2 1902 Epitome. This is a poor epitome of yours, which by the interpretation of full time may Thew like all yourself

Coriolanus. sl 31 735 2132 Equal. Two equal men

Henry viii. 21 2 682 16 Equalities are so weigh’d, that curiosity in neither can make choice of either's moiety

Lear.1 Il 929) 9 Equalness. That our stars, unreconcilable, should divide our equalness to this 4.& C. 5 2 798 1/21 Equinox. Do but see his vice, 'tis to his virtue a just equinox

Orbeilo. 21 310561 Equipage. I will retort the sum in equipage

Merry W.of Wind. 2 Equity. For this down-trodden equity

K. Jobn.2

1 392 247 And equity exild your highness' land

2 Henry vi. 3 1584/2136 And you his yoke-fellow of equity, bench by his fide

Lear. 31 6 950218 Equivocatur characteriz'd

Macberb. 2 337012/24 Much drink may be said to be an equivocator with lechery

Ibid. 2

3] 3701250 Erebus. His affections dark as Erebus : let no such man be trusted Mercb. of Venice. 15

2201 4 · Not Erebus itself were dim enough to hide thee from prevention Julius Cæfar. 2 1 74712/21 Eret. And on him erect a second hope, as fairly built as Hector Trail

, and Cref: 41 51 882 140 Eretion. They mistook their erection

Merry W. of Windjor. 35 631227 Plague all; that your activity may defeat and quell the source of all erection

Tim. of Arbens. 41.31 821 218 Erewbile. That young swain, that you saw here but erewhile As You Like 11.241 231126 Eringues. Let it snow eringoes

Merry W. of Windf-r. 515 Eros. D.P.

Ant. and Clep.

767 Erpingban, Sir Thomas

Richard ii. 2

1 422 2 8 - D.P.

Henry v.

509 Est. And make discovery err in report of us

Macberb. 51 41 38412 59 Errand. So that my errand due upon my tongue, I thank him, I bare home upon my Thoulders

Comidy of Errors. 2

106/2/11 I will go on the flightest errand now to the Antipodes M. Allo About Nothing. 2 127237 · The whiteness of thy cheek is apter than thy tongue to tell thy errand 2 Henry iv. I

1 474/2/20 Errant. And divert his grain tortive and errant from his course of growth

Troi. and Cressida. 11 31 861 1148 Erring. An erring barbarian


3 10501242 Lrroneous vassal

Richard iii. 1 41 643116 Erm. One error fills man with faults

Two Gent. of Verona, 5 4

44/1123 What error drives our ears and eyes amiss

Comedy of Errors. 2 2

108/2 17 Biting error

Much Ado About Norbing. 4 1 13812142 To make a faithless error in your ears

K. Jon. 211 3922136 Mountainous error be too highly heap'd for truth to over peer

Coriclanus. 2) 3) 717 2 14 O hateful error, melancholy's child

9. Casar. 5 31 764 19 O error foon conceiv'd, thou never com'ît unto a happy birth

Ibid. 51 31 76411 Make us adore our errors

Ant. and Cleop.3 11 7891210 What error leads, muft err

Troilus and Cressida. 5) 2 88629 Erf. Thy company which erst was irksome to me, I will endure As You Like It.3) 3241127

The even mead, that erft brought sweetly forth the freckled cowhip, burnet ond
sweet clover

Henry v. 5 21 538 2 20
That erst did follow thy proud chariot wheels

2 Henry vi. 2 41 582050 As Tarquin erst, that left the camp to fin in Lucrece' bed Titus Andronicus. 41 1845 2 21 Speak Rome's dear friend; as erst our ancestor

Ibid. 51 31 854 5 Erupcions. Such eruptions and sudden breakings out of mirth

Love's Labor Luft. 5 1 165 2123
Escalus. D. P.
Measure for Measure. p. 75.

D. P.
Romeo and Juliet.

969 Ejeape. I wot not by what strong escape

Comedy of Errors. 5) 1 1181125 Mine own escape unfoldeth to my hope

Twelfih Nigbr. 1

2 308 1 26 What I do next, shall be, to tell the king of this escape, and whither they are bound

Winter's Tale. 41 31 35611122 Rome will despise her for this foul escape

Tit. And.14 2 847155 Ejebow'd. What cannot be eschew'd, must be embrac'd Merry Wives of Windfor. 515 Escored. How are they escoted

Hamlet. 21 211013245 Ejer-boufe. And to confine yourself to Ether-house

Henry viii. 3) 269012141 Egil Woo't drink up Efil

Hamlet.15 11036129 Esperance. Now, esperance,-Percy! --and set on

1 Henry iv.151 46912145 4 M 3






A. S. P. C.L. Esperance. An esperance so obstinately strong, that doth invert the attest of eyes and

Troil. and Cref 5) 2 886
To be the worst, the lowest and most deje&ted thing of fortune stands still in espe-

Lear. 41 1 952154 Espials. By our espials were discovered

i Henry vi. 4) 3) 56216 Her father and myself (lawful espials)

Hanlet. 31 I 10171 Espouse. The queen hath heartily consented he Mall espouse Elizabeth her daughter

Ricbard iii. 41 5664/2152 Espoused. And so espous'd to death, with blood he feal'd a testament of noble ending love

Henry v. 41 6533/2/26 Elpy. Securely I espy virtue with valour couched in thine eye

Richard ii. 1 31 4171125 Elence. Silvia is my ellence

Two Gent. of Verona. 31 1 35111 5 Ellex, Lord. D. P.

K. Jobn.

3871 Efate. Donation freely to estate

Tempeft. 411 171119 Let me dispute with thee of thy estate

Romeo and Juliet.131 31 9852129 'Twas of fome estate

Hamler. 5) 11035 137 His letter there will Mhew you his estate

Mer. of Venice. 31 21 211|253 For my father's house, and all the revenue that was old fir Rowland's, will I estate upon you

As You Like it. 5) 2 2461 46 The estate is green and yet ungovern'd

Ricbard i. 2 2 6462112 So ficken'd their estates, that never shall they abound as formerly Henry viii. 1

1 67212137 It gives me an estate of seven years health

Coriolanus. 2 11 7131 13 EAeem. We lost a jewel of her; and our esteem was made much poorer by it All's Well. 51 31 3022 9

We have always truly serv'd you; and beseech so to esteem of us Winter's Tale.2) 3) 343|1/24
Than from true evidence of good esteem

2 Henry vi. 31 2 587 016 What things again most dear in the esteem, and poor in worth Troil, and Crepida. 3 3 875 2 57 Efimable wonder

Twelfıb Nigbr.12 11 31312 41 Efimation. He cannot plead his estimation with you

Meaf, for Meaf. 41 2
Whose estimation do you mightily hold up

Much Ado About Nerbing. 2

2 128/2160 I speak not this in estimation

1 Henry iv. 1 Beggar the estimation which you priz'd richer than sea and land

Tr. and Cred: 2

2 86712 8 — So of your brace of unprizeable estimations, the one is but frail, and the other carual

Cymbeline.: 5897146 Eftridges. All furnish'd, all in arms, all plum'd like estridges

i Henry iv. 4 11 4641242 And in that mood the dove will peck the estridge

Antony and Cleop. 311179012 20 Efranged. How comes it, that thou art then estranged from thyself Comedy of Errors.12 2 10811 How come you thus estranged

Love's Lab. Loft. 5 21 1681 10 Et tu Brute.

Julius Cæfar. 3) 17521245 Eternal. But such a day to-morrow as to-day, and to be boy eternal Winter's Tale. I

2 334 1 27 devil

Jul. Cafar. 1 21 743)2130 Enerne. But in them nature's copy's not eterne

Macbctb.3) 2 3742 32 Forg'd for proof eterne

Hamlet. 2 2/1015147 Eternity was in our lips and eyes

Ant. and Cleop 1| 31 77012/44 Let Mars divide eternity in twain and give him half

Troil. and Crep: 2 31 8701249 Sweet tomb, that in thy circuit doft contain the perfect model of eternity R.and Ful. 5 3 995014 Eterniz'd. Saint Alban's battle, won by famous York, Mall be eterniz'd in all age to

2 Henry vi. 5) 260212 39 Ethiope. I'll hold my mind were me an ethiope

M. Ado About Nothing. 15 4 14615 Erbiops of their sweet complexions crack

Love's Labo LA.4) 3 3631 32 Away you Ethiop

Mid. Nigbt's Dr. 3 2 1871 57 Such Ethiop words, blacker in their effe&t than in their countenance As You Like It.

31 244119 Evans, Sir Hugh, a Welch parson. D. P.

Merry W. of Wind. Evasons. His evasions have ears thus long

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A. S. P. C. L. Even!. Preposterous event

Love's Labor Loft.111 14912132 How common events are frequently reckoned portentous

K. John. 31 41 4012 16 And carry with us ears and eyes for the time, but hearts for the event

Cor. 2 71412130 All strange and terrible events are welcome, but comforts we despise Ant. & Cleop. 4/13) 796 2 8 High events as these strike those that make them

Ibid. 51 2 Sir, the event is yet to name the winner

Cymbeline. 3 51 901i153 There are many events in the womb of time which will be delivered O bello. I 3 1051 1 1 Ever-gentle gods

Lear. 4 959119 Everlasting. A devil in an everlasting garment hath him

Comedy of Errors.1412 113247 Or that the Everlasting had not fix'd his cannon 'gainst felf-Naughter Hamlc.11 2.1002 2146 Evidence. I have done these things that now give evidence against my soul Richard iii. 1 46412 59 Evil. What I suffer'd to bring this woman to evil for your good Merry W. of Windfor.3 5 64122 A thirsty evil

Measure for Measure. 31

772148 And, like a prophet, looks in a glass, that thews what future evils

Ibid. 2 No evil loft is wail'd when it is gone

Comedy of Errors. 42 1132135 Oppress’d with two weak evils, age, and hunger

As You Like It. 21 7 233219 Turning past evils to advantages

2 Henry iv. 41 41 49811 37 There is some foul of goodness in things evil, would men observingly distil it out

Henry v. 4 52711155 Men's evil manners live in brass; their virtues we write in water Heery viii. 4 2 695 11 4 The evil, that men do, live after them

Yul. Gal. 3 2755226 of your philosophy you make no use if you give way to accidental evils Ibid. 41 3 760 1152 And all that we are evil in, by a divine thrusting on

Lear. I 9332 55 [disease] cured by the hands of the king of England

Macberb. 41 3) 3812151 Evil-ey'd. You Mall not find me daughter, after the Nander of most step-mothers, eviley'd unto you


2 894-153 Evil-spirit. Thy evil-fpirit, Brutus

7. Cæfar. 41 31 76112 33 Evitate. She doth evitate and shun

Merry Wives of Windsor. 5 5 732128 Eunucb. The battle of the Centaur's to be sung by an Athenian eunuch to the harp

Midf. Night's Dream. 5| 1 192/2 29 I'd fend them to the Turk, to make eunuchs of

All's Well. 2) 3) 286/2/22 Lord Say hath gelded the common-wealth and made it an eunuch 2 Henry vi. 41 2 5941155 - I take no pleasure in aught an eunuch has

Ant. and Cleop. 1 57722 30 As well a woman with an eunuch play'd as with a woman

Ibid.21 51 777 21 6 Unpared eunuch

Cymbeline. 2 31 90212 52 Euripbile. Their nurse, Euriphile, whom for the theft I wedded, stole these children upon my banishment

Ibid. 5 5 9271136 Eurupa. Jove thou walt a bull for thy Europa

Merry W.of Windfor.55

71143 All Europe shall rejoice at thee as once Europa did at lusty Jove M. Ado Ab. Notb, 5| 4| 146113 I saw sweet beauty in her face such as the daughter of Agenor had

Taming of the Sbrew. 1

1 256210 Ewe. The ewe that will not hear her lamb when it baes will never answer the calf when it bleats

M4. Ado Abt. Norb. 3 31 134 2 20 The ewes being rank, in the end of autumn turned to the rams Mercb. of Venice. 1 31 2011122 The fulsome ewes

Ibid. I 3) 201 128 Why, 'we are still handling our ewes; and their fells you know are greasy

As You Like It. 3] 2 235117 - A score of good ewes may be worth ten pounds

2 Henry iv. 3) 2 48912 11 An old black ram is tupping your white ewe

Othello. I

1104412117 Ewers. Basons and ewers, to lave her dainty hands

Tam. of the Sbrew.21 1 2631

SI Exaétions. And daily new exactions are devised, as blanks, benevolences and I wot not what

Ricbard ii. 2 21 4227124 - These exactions, whereof my sovereign would have note, they are most peftilent to the hearing

Henry viii. I

21 6742163 Still exaction! the nature of it? in what kind, let's know, is this exaction

21 675 11 4 Exaftig. And exactly begg'd your grace's pardon

Richard ii. 1 1 4142162 Examined. All her deserving is a reserved honesty, and that I have not heard examined

All's Well.3) 51 292 2160 Example. Lest example breed, by his sufferance, more of such a kind Henry v. 2 0, a fin in war, damn'd in the first beginners

Cymbeline. 5 31 9211 22 gross as earth, exhort me

Hamlet. 41 41028 1116 The war must make examples out of their best

Oibello. 3) 3 10601116 Exasperate. Why art thou then exasperate

Troi. and Crells 884153 Excel, Valour and pride excel themselves in Hector

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Excellence. And she a fair divided excellence, whose fulness of perfe&tion lies in him K.7.12) 21 394
Excellency. It is the witness still of excellency to put a strange face on his own perfec-

M. Ado About Notb. 2/ 3/ 125
And, in the essential vesture of creation, does bear all excellency

Orbello. 2 1 1052 Except not any, except you will except against my love

Two Gent. of Verona. 24

31 Why, let her except, before excepted

Twelfth Night. 1 3 308
Exceptions to my love

Two Gent. of Verona. 1
Your cousin, my lady, takes great exceptions to your ill hours Troeftb Nigbt. 1 3 308
How modest in exception

Henry v. 21 41 518
Excefs. I neither lend nor borrow, by taking or by giving of excess Mercb. of Venice. I
Exchange. There's my exchange. What in the world he is that names me traitor, vil-
lain-like he lies

Lear. 51 31 963
Excbequer of words

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 4

30 I will be cheater to them both, and they shall be exchequers to me M. w. of Wind.1

3 49 Evermore thanks, the exchequer of the poor

Ricbard :. 2

3 424 Rob me the exchequer the first thing thou do'st and do it with unwash'd hands too

i Henry v.31 31 463 Excbange. The allufion holds in the exchange

Love's Lab. Lef. 41 21 159 - I am much alham'd of my exchange

Mer. of Venice. 26 206 Exclaims. Alas the part I had in Glofter's blood doth more solicit me, than your exclaims

Richard ii. 1 2 415 Exclamation. I hear as good exclamation on your worship Mucb Ado About Noth. 3/ 41 136

What man of good temper could bear this tempest of exclamation 2 Henry iv. 2 1 480 Excommunication. Only get the learned writer to set down our excommunication

Mucb Ado About Norbing. 3 41 137 Excrement. Dally with my excrement, with my mustachio

Love's Labor LA.5 1 365 = 'These assume but valour's excrement to make themselves redoubted Mer. of Ver. 3 2 Let me pocket up my pedler's excrement

Winter's Tale. 41 31 35612 Your bedded hair like life in excrements, starts up and stands on end Hamlet. 31 4 1024|2 Excuse. I will not hear thy vain excuse

Two Gent. of Verona. 31 1

342 Give me excuse

Coriolanus. 1 3 70712 Why should excuse be born, or e'er begot

Cymbeline. 3 2 9072 The excuse, that thou doft make in this delay is longer than the tale thou doft ex

Remeo and Juliet. 2 5 98012 Execration of Hubert by Faulconbridge on the death of Arthur

King Jobr.4) 3 4062 Timon's against Athens

Timon of Arbens.141 18181
I'll learn to conjure and raise devils, but I'll see some issue of my spiteful execra-

Troil. and Creff 2 3
Execute. Work thou the way, and thou shalt execute

3 Henry vi. 5 6322 Executed. Awake till you are executed, and neep afterwards Meas. fur Meal: 4 31 952 Execution. To the hopeful execution do I leave you, of your commissions Ibid. 1 761 . The place of death and sorry execution

Comedy of Errors. 5 1 11712 Why one that rode to his execution, man, could never go so now Cymbeline. 3) 2 90712 Executioner. A bawd will discredit our mistery

Measure for Measure4 2 932

/ - I would not be thy executioner

As You Like It. 3/ 5 240 113 Executioners. D. P.

K. Hobno

387 Go thou, and like an executioner, cut off the heads of too-fast growing sprays, that look too lofty in our commonwealth

Ricb.ii. 31 41 43024 If murdering innocents be executing, why then thou art an executioner 3 H. vi. 5/ 66312/4. Executor. Such bareness had ne'er like executor

Tempe. 31 1

12114 Delivering over to executors pale the lazy yawning drone

Henry v. 1

2) 512 24 Exempt. Be it my wrong, you are from me exempt

Comedy of Errors.12

i Henry vi. 21 41 553 1/43 Exercises. Allow me such exercises as become a gentleman

As You Like It. I
I am in debt for your last exercise

Richard iii. 31 65111/48
Exeter, Duke. D. P.

Henry v. p. 509.

- D. P.

i Henry. vi. 543 Earl. D.P.

3 Henry vi. bishop of

Ricbard iz 41 41 664):13
Exbale. Therefore exhale

Henry v. 2
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A. S. P. C.L. Exbaul. Spare not the babe, whose dimpled smiles from fools exhaust their mercy

Timon of Aib.4) 31 8211 12 Exbibition. Like exhibition thou Thalt have from me

Two Gent. of Verona. I

3 271 S We have the exhibition to examine

M. Ado Ab. Notb.'4) 2 140 145 Subscrib’d his power! confin’d to exhibition

Lear.l1| 21 9321256 Due reference of place, and exhibition

Otbello. Il 3104912115 I'll end my exhortation after dinner

Midf. Night's Dream.

198129 Exigent. These eyes--like lamps whose wasting oil is spent-wax dim as drawing to their exigent

1 Henry vi. 2 5 5532 46 - Why do you cross me, in this exigent

Julius Casar. 5 1 762 1127 - For exile hath more terror in his look, much more than death Romeo and Juliet. 3) 31 985138 - The world's exile is death

Ibid. 3) 3 985145 Exion. I pray ye, since my exion is enter'd and my case fo openly known to the world, let him be brought in to his answer

2 Henry iv. 21 1 479|2|38 Exorcisms. Will her ladyship behold and hear our exorcisms

2 Henry vi. 1 41 577146 Exercift. Is there no exorcist beguiles the truer office of mine eyes All's Well. 5! 31 305 8 Thou, like an exorcist, halt conjur'd up my mortified spirit

Julius Cajar. 2 17501 3 Expect. Be it of less expect, that matter needless, of importless burden, divide thy lips

Troi. and Cres. I

3 There is expe&ance here from both the fides

Ibid. 41 588212123

Olbello. 2 Expectancy. Every minute is expectancy of more arrivance

I 1051 2148

M. Ado About Expectation. He hath, indeed, better better'd expectation - I will never trust my expectation

Ibid. 21 31 131114 Oft expectation fails, and most oft there where most it promises; and oft it hits when hope is coldest and despair most fits

All's Well.2 1 284 2 3 The reft that are within the note of expectation already are i' th court Macbeth. 31 31 375119 Fresh expectation troubled not the land with any long'd-for change K. J bn. 412 4031/28 Thou hast sealid up my expectation

2 Henry iv. 41 41 499|2|39 For now fits expectation in the air

Henry v. 21 cb 514/1 10 And expectation fainted for longing for what it had not

Ant. and Clop.131 678412145 tickling skittish spirits

Prulogue to Troi. and Creij

85724 whirls me round

Troilus and Crefl: 131 2 87212147 Expedience. What yesterday our council did decree, in forwarding this dear expedience

i Henry iv. 1 442 121 Are making hither with all due expedience

Richard ii. 2 1 42212 12 And will with all expedience charge on us

Hen. v.41 31 53111125 I fall break the cause of our expedience to the queen

Ant, and 21 770 130 Expedient. His marches are expedient to this town

K. Jobn.21 1 391128 A breach, that craves a quick expedient stop

2 Henry vi. 3 1 586118 Expediently. Make an extent upon his house and land: do this expediently As You Like It. 31 1 234144 Expedition the speediest

Two Gent. of Verona. 3
Lovers (pur expedition
Have I in my poor and old motion the expedition of thought

2 Hen. iv. 41 31 49612 5 This expedition was by York and Talbot too rashly plotted

i Hen. vi. 4 4 562 26 Then fiery expedition be my wing, Jove's Mercury, and herald for a king Ricb.ii. 4 3 659026 Expence. What expence by the hour seems to flow from him

Henry viii. 31 21 6892 11 Experience is by industry atchiev'd

Two Gent. of Verona. I

3 26/2/16 Unless experience be a jewel, that I have purchac'd at an infinite rate M.W.of Wind. 2 2 55250 Such wind as scatters young men through the world, to seek their fortunes farther than at home, where small experience grows

Taming of the Sbrew. 1)

2 257 257 And your experience makes you sad; I had rather have a fool to make me merry than experience to make me sad

As You Like It.141 1 241|1|62 - Than in my every action to be guided by other's experiences

Cymbeline.: 5896 2155 O, thou disprov'st report

Ibid. 41 2 914 2158 Expire. And good men's lives expire before the flowers in their caps

Macbetb. 41 31 382 1127 Expleit. Know'st thou not any, whom corrupting gold would tempt unto a close exploit of death

Ricbard iii.41 21 657/2137 Expofition. I have an exposition of Neep come upon me Midf. Nigbt's Dream. 41 | 1901 3 Expoftulate. To expoftulate what majesty should be, what duty is

Hamler. 2 Expeftulation. We must use expoftulation kindly, for it is parting from us Tr. & Cr.414 8801 47 Exposure. Determine on some course more than a wild exposure to each chance that Starts i' the way before thee

Coriolanus. 41

1 726/2/22 Expound. He has left me here behind to expound the meaning or moral of his tokens

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