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A.S. P. C.L. Fifting. And something else more plain, that shall express my true love's fasting pain

Love's Lab. L2.4) 3) 161 2138 Faftalf, Sir John. D. P.

i Henry vi.

543 unknighted

Ibid.41 15592 40 Far. Come out of that fat room, and lend me thy hand to laugh a little i Henry iv. 2 4) 4512 10

If you do fight against your country's foes, your country's fat fall pay your pains the hire

Ricbard i. 5 3 668143
Let me have men about me, that are , fat; Neek-headed men, and such as neep
o' nights

Jul. Cafar. 1 2 74415
O, how this villainy doth fat me with the very thought of it Titus Andronicus. 3) 1 843 1150
Fat-witted. Thou art so fat-witted with drinking of old fack, and unbuttoning thee
after supper, and sleeping upon benches after noon

i Henry iv. 1 2442|249 Far-woman of Brentford.

Merry Wives of Windsor. 4 2 661 28 Fatal. So sweet was ne'er fo fatal

Orbello. 5 2 107611 5 For you are fatal then, when your eyes roll so

Ibid. 5) 21076 1127 Fate. I, and my fellows, are ministers of fate

Tempeft. 3 3 1512 17 O fates! come ! come! cut thread and thrum

Midf. Nigbr's Dream.52 195| 3 Thy fates open their hands

Tów. Nigbt. 2 51 319117 Which fate and metaphysical aid doth seem to have crown'd thee withal Macbe: b. 1 5 3662155 Our fate hid within an auger-hole, may ruth and seize us

Ibid. 2

3 372 1 2 Rather than so, come, fate, into the lift, and champion me to the utterance

Ibid. 31 1 King Henry's speech on the book of fate

2 Henry iv. 31 1 488139 Let us fear the native mightiness and fate of him

Henry v.2 41 518 2 52 What fates impofe, that men must needs abide

3 Henry vi. 4) 3 624 2 18 Men at some times are matters of their fates

Jul. Cæfar. 1 2] 74329 The fates with traitors do contrive

Ibid. 2) 3) 751 26 Do not please Marp fate to grace it with your sorrows

Ant. and Cleop. 4112 796151 He is a man, setting his fate aside, of comely virtues

Timon of Arbens. 3 5 816153 My fate cries out, and makes each petty artery in this body as hardy as the Nemean lion's nerve

Hamlet. 1 4 1006 2 21 Who can controul his fate

Otbello. 5 2 1078 242 Fared. One midnight fated to the purpose

Temper. 1 The fated sky gives us free scope

All's Well. 1

1 279|2| 7 As it hath fated her to be my motive and helper to a husband

Ibid. 41 41 300 1 27 Now, all the plagues that in the pendulous air hang fated o'er men's faults, light on thy daughters

Lear. 31 41 94812 17 Farber., A daughter's refusing to marry the man required by the father, punished with death at Athens

Midf. Night's Dream. 1 1 176 17 Arguments for a father's power over his daughter

Ibid. 1

1 176 112 This is my true begotten father

Mercb. of Ven. 2 2 2031 I It is a wise father that knows his own child

Ibid. 2 2 2031 43 In gait and countenance surely like a father

Tam. of the Sbrew.41 21 26912158 Whose judgments are mere fathers of their garments

All's WeH.11 2 280 1 44 My father gave me honour, yours gave iand

K. Jobr. 1 138931 Oh, thou, the earthly author of my blood

Ricbard ii. 1 3 41612 55 You urg'd me as a judge ; but I had rather you would have bid me argue like a father

Ibid. 1 3. 418157 Thy with was father, Harry, to that thought

2 Henry iv.41 41 499228 · I bid you be affur'd, I'll be your father and your brother too

Ibid. 5) 21 5021219 Now attest, that those, whom you callid fathers, did beget you

Henry v. 3 1 5301 48 . It is my father's face, whom in this conflict I unawares have kill'd 3 Henry vi. 25 61412 8 'Tis a happy thing to be the father unto many sons

Ibid. 3 2 618164 I had no father. I am like no father

Itid. 5 6 632 - 36 The father ralhly Naughter'd his own son

Rickard iii. 51 41 6692 33 that wear rags, do make their children blind; but fathers that bear bags shall see their children kind

Lear.2

4 943138 Your father loft a father; that father loft, lost his

Hamlet. 1

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Opbello. Il 310496
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Macberb. 4) 2 3791242
Futberly. He cannot choose but take this service I have done, fatherly Cymbeline. 2 3 90212 58
Fatben. That thou didnt know how many fathom deep I am in love! but it cannot be
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As You Like I'. 4 I 24324
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A.S. P. C.L. Fatter. 'Would he were fatter:--but I fear him not

Julius Cafar.| 11 21 74411110 Faulebion. The pummel of Cæsar's faulchion

Love's Lab. Loft. 5 2 1721133 With purple faulchion, painted to the hilt

3 Henry viili 41 607243 I have seen the day, with my good bitiq; faulchion I would have made them ikip Lear. 5 3 9651146 Faulcon. Follies doth emmew as falcon doth the fowl

Meas. for Meal.131 1

8811137 As the faulcon hath her bells, so man hath his desires

As You Like It. 31 31 239129 My faulcon now is sharp, and pafling empty; and 'till me stoop, the must not be full gorg'd

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 4 1 269115 I bless the time when my good falcon made a flight across thy father's ground

Winter's Tale. 41 31 349|252 A faulcon, tow'ring in her pride of place, was by a mousing owl hawk'd at, and kill'd

Macbeth. 2 4 372125 As confident as is the faulcon's flight, against a bird, do I with Mowbray fight R. ii. 1 31 416-47 So doves do peck the faulcon's piercing talon

3 Hinry vi.1

3/ 608115 The faulcon as the tercel, for all the ducks i' the river

Troilus and Cref:13 21 8731125 Faulconers. D.P.

2 Henry vi.
O, for a faulconer's voice, to lure this taffel-gentle back again Romeo and Juliet.2

9771 We'll e'en to 't like French falconers, fly at any thing we see

Hamlet. 2 2/1014/2134 Faulconbridge. The beauteous heir of Jaques Faulconbridge Love's Labor Loft.2 152 150 the young Baron of England, described by Portia

Mercbant of Venice. 19912151 D. P. Robert. D.P. Lady. D.P.

K. John.

387 —'s execration of Hubert, on the death of Arthur

Ibid. 41 31 4061224 Faults. We cite our faults, that we may hold excus'd our lawless lives Two Gent. of Vir. 41 1

381142 For fault of a better

Merry W. of Wind.14 0, what a world of vile ill-favour'd faults look handsome in three hundred pounds a year

Ibid.314 and glimpse of newness

Meal. for Mial. 3

781123 Condemn the fault, and not the actor of it

Ibid. 2

831 26 Every one fault seeming monstrous, 'till his fellow fault came to match it As Y. Like It. 3 2 237 237 Saw'st thou not, boy, how Silver made it good at the hedge corner, in the coldest fault

Induc. to Tam.of tbe Sbrew. 252113 Our rafh faults make trivial price of serious things we have

All's Well. 51 31 3031121 But such a headstrong potent fault it is, that it but mocks reproof Twelfth Nigbt. 31 41 324/2 16 Which fault lies on the hazard of all husbands, that marry wives

K. Jobr. 1 3882139 And oftentimes excusing of a fault, doth make the fault the worse by the excuse Ib. 4 2 4031152 The image of a wicked heinous fault, lives in his eye

2 40312 34 If little faults proceeding on diftemper shall not be wink'd at

Henry v.2 516142 My fault, but not my body, pardon, sovereign

Ibid. 2 517141 Pity was all the fault that was in me

2 Henry vi. 131 1 58412114 His faults lie open to the laws; let them, not you, correct him Henry vii. 31 21 691/2 43 His faults lie gently on him

2 654/2 48 He hath faults, with surplus, to tire in repetition

Coridanus. 1 11 703 223 And all his faults to Marcius shall be honours, though indeed, in aught he merit not

Ibid. I 1 706143 He's poor in no one fault, but stor'd with all

Ibid. 2

7121122 What faults he made before the last, I think might have found easy fines Ibid. 51 5 738 2 10 I would it were my fault to seep so foundly

Jul. Ca far.2 17461153 A friendly eye would never see such faults.-A flatterer's would not

2 759 2138 All his faults observ’d, set in a note book, learn'd, and conn'd by rote

31 7591246 His faults, in him, feem as the spots of heaven, more fiery by night's blackness

Ant, and Clco. 1 41 771 2137 Our faults can never be so equal, that your love can equally move with them Ibid. 3 5 784110 Throw my heart against the fint and hardness of my fault

Ibid. 41 91 793/25 But you, gods, will give us some faults to make us men

1 7981114 that are rich are fair

Timon of Arbens. 1 2 806247 - Every man has his fault, and honesty is his

Ibid.31 1 8131 1 - Gods! if you should have ta’en vengeance on my faults, I never had liv'd to put on this

Cymbeline. 5 1 920 1126 You snatch from hence for little faults; that's love, to have them fall no more Ibid. 5 1 9201 31 Who cover faults, at last shame them derides

Lear. I

1 932148 I am the youngest of that name, for fault of a worse

Romeo and Juliet.[2] 41 9791219 Favour infinite, because out of all count

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 Sickness is catching; O, were favour so

Midj. Nigbi's Dri2m... 177137 To buy his favour, I extend this friendthip

Mer. of Venice. 3) 201|2|54

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A. S. P. C.L. Favour. Methinks my favour here begins to warp

Winter's Tale.lt 21 337 2 43 To alter favour, even is to fear

Macberb. 1 5 3671153 But let my favours hide thy mangled face

i Henry iv. 54 4732 19 Here, Fluellen; wear thou this favour for me, and stick it in thy cap Henry v.141 71 535 134 Which to diffuse into our former favour you are assembled

Ibid. 5 2 538 235 The common people favour him, calling him Humphrey, the good duke of Gloster

2 Henry vi.lt I 573125 Since I am crept in favour with myself, I will maintain it with some little cost R. i.- 2 637 2 45 Whoever the king favours, the Cardinal instantly will find employment Henry viii. 21 1 6792 8 He that depends upon your favours, swims with fins of lead, and hews down oaks with rushes

Coriolanus. I 1 705136 - Your favour is well appear'd by your tongue

Ibid. 4 3 727223 That by no means I may discover them by any mark of favour Julius Cæfar.2 1 747 1 12 To start a favour to trumpet such good tidings

Ant. and Cleop. 2 5 777 247 Ideots, in this case of favour, would be widely definite

Cymbeline. ' 7 899 2 4 Many dream not to find, neither deserve, and yet are steep'd in favours

Ibid. 51 4 923 7 To dismantle so many folds of favour

Lear. 1 Il 9312131 For taking one's part that is out of favour

Ibid. 1 41 935248 With robbers hands, my hospitable favours you Mould not ruffle thus

Ibid. 3 71 9512 43 [Countenance) A good favour you have, but that you have a hanging look Meal. for Meas. 4 2 932 43 I do remember in this thepherd boy some lively touches of my daughter's favour

As You Like It. 51 4 248 12 My imagination carries no favour in it, but Bertram's

All's Well. I 1 2781133 I know your favour well, though now you have no sea cap on your head Tw. Nigh. 31 4 3252 43 Yet I well remember the favours of these men

Ricbard ii. 41 | 433119 And ftain my favours in a bloody mask

3 Henry iv. 31 24611 23 As well as I do know your outward favour

Jul. Cæsar. 2 743 121 And the complexion of the element, it favours like the work we have in hand Ibid. 1 31 746 2 4 That Troilus, for a brown favour

Troil. and Crel12 $592 50 I know your favour, lord Ulysses, well

Ibid. 41 5 8831138 I have surely seen him; his favour is familiar to me

Cymbeline. 5 592412132 This admiration is much o'the favour of other your new pranks

Lear. Il 4 937133 Let her paint an inch thick, to this favour she must come

Hamlet. 51 1103525 Defeat thy favour with an usurped beard

Othell. 3105012126 Nor thould I know him, were he in favour, as in humour, alter'd

Ibid. 3! 4 10661 6 Favourites. Like favourites made proud by princes

Much Ado Abe, Nething. 3 1 131 156 Employ the countenance and grace of heaven, as a false favourite doth his prince's name in deods dishonourable

2 Henry ir. 4 2 495 124 Fauftus, Dr. Three German devils, three Dr. Faustus's Merry Wives of Windfır. 45

691151 Fawn. I am too old to fawn upon a nurse

Richard i. 1 31 4172/45 My love, forbear to fawn upon their frowns

3 Henry vi. 41 622 2 4.8 If you know that I do fawn on men, and hug them hard, and after scandal them

Julius Cæjar. 1 2 743- 3 Fawning. And bare spaniel fawning

ibid.13 752 2 6 Fay. By my fay

Induc. to Tam. of the Shrer. 2 254 1125 Fealty. She hath enfranchis'd her eyes upon some other pawn for fealty TwoGent. of Ver. 24 301217 Pledge for his truth, and lasting fealty to the new-made king

Ricbard i. 51 2 43611123 Our fealty, and Tenantius' right with honour to maintain

Cymbeline. 51 4 9222) 5 Fear. To give fear to use and liberty

Meal for Meas. 1 5 7912121 We must not make a scare-crow of the law; fetting it up to fear the birds of prey

Ib. 211 80116 Their sense thus weak, lost in their fears, thus strong Mids. Night's Dream. 3 2 185 144 Ensconcing ourselves into seeming knowledge, when we mould submit to an unknown fear

All's Well. 2 3 2852154 And mak’st conjectural fears to come into me, which I would fain shut out lid. 5 3 303/2/18 I am question’d by my fears, of what may chance or breed upon our absence Ibid., 2 334 118 o'erfhades him

Ibid. 1 2 33812 40 Present fears are less than horrible imaginings

Macbeib. 1 3 363241 To alter favour ever is to fear

Ibid. 1 5 36753 Our fears in Banquo fick deep

Ibid.

3) 1 3731 42 This is the very painting of your fear

Ibid. 31 41 37512158 Oh, these flaws and starts, (impostors to true fear)

Ibid. 3 4 376 111 My strange and self abuse, is the initiate fear that wants bard use

Ibid. 3! 41 37612139 That I may tell pale hearted fear, it lies, and deep in spite of thunder J'id.41 378232 Go, prick thy face, and over-red thy fear

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Macberb.151 31 38411150 Hang those that talk of fear

Ibid. 41 31 3842113 - I have almost forgot the taste of fears

Ibid. 5 51 3851130
For I am sick and capable of fears ; oppress’d with wrongs, and therefore full of fears;
a widow, husbandless, subject to fears; a woman naturally born to fears K. Jobn. 31 1 3961130
Let not the world see fear, and fad diftruft, govern the motion of a kingly eye Ibid. 5 1 407 216.
My teeth shall tear the Navish motive of recanting fear

Richard ii. 1 al 415157
This ague-fit of fear is over-blown

Ricbard ii. 3) 2 4281133 The love of wicked friends converts to fear, that fear, to hate

Ibid. 5 1 435 1/47 Shall we buy treason and indent with fears

i Henry iv. 1 31 446 11 5 There is not such a word spoke of in Scotland, as this term of fear

Ibid. 41 1464/2/25 If well-respected honour bid me on, I hold as little counsel with weak fear, as you my lord, or any Scot that this day lives

Ibid. 4. 31 466 1127 He that but fears the thing he would not know, hath, by instinct, knowledge from

2 Henry iv. 1 1 474 238 All too confident to give admittance to a thought of fear

Ibid. 41 1494 1 26 · The people fear me

Ibid. 41 41 4981225 All these bold fears, thou fee'ft with peril I have answered

Ibid. 41 41 5002 10 No man should poffess him with any appearance of fear, left he, by Thewing it, should dishearten his army

Henry v.4 1 5281/60 Shake in their fear

Ibid. 21505141116 He'll drop his heart into the fink of fear

Ibid.3 5 523 7150 Thawing cold fear

Ibid. 4 cb 527137 - When he sees reason of fears, as we do, his fears out of doubt, be of the same re

Ibid. 41 ? 5281158 Of all base passions, fear is most accurs'd

1 Henry vi. 5 3 5651239 Let pale-fac'd fear keep with the mean born man, and find no harbour in a royal

2 Henry vi. 31 1 5861159 Thou seest what's past, go fear thy king withal

3 Henry vi. 3 3 6212114 For, 'till I see them here, by doubtful fear my joy of liberty is half eclips'd Ibid. 466252 55 To purge his fear I'll be thy death

Ibid. 5| 6 632145 · His physicians fear him mightily

Richard ii. 11 1 635.1122 · With guilty fear, let fall thy lance

Ibid. 5) 31 667 1127 What do I fear? myself? there's none else by

Ibid. 51 3 6671223 If any fear lesser his person than an ill report

Coriolanus. 1 67092 50 Yet have I a mind, that fears him much

Julius Cæfar. 3 1 753211 Near him thy angel becomes a fear

Ant. and Cleop.2 31 777 1114 Thou can'ît not fear us, Pompey, with thy fails

Ibid.

7 She had a prophesying fear of what hath come to pass

Ibid.4 12 796130 For ne'er till now was I a child to fear I know not what Titus Andronicus. 21 41 8401118 - makes devils of cherubims

Troilus and Crisida. 31 21 873145 - Blind fear, that seeing reason leads, finds safer footing than blind reason stumbling, without fear

Ibid. 3 2 873 1/47 - Nothing routs us but the villainy of our fears

Cymbeline. 5 2 920229 Some falling merely through fear

Ibid. 5 3 9202 56 · Well, you may fear too far. Safer than trust too far

Lear. 11 41 93811129 - Almost fears me to think of

Ibid. 3 5 949 2:45 - I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins, that almost freezes up the heat of

Romeo and Julier. 4 31 991217 What fear is this, which startles in our ears

Ibid. 5 31 997 1 2 Thrice he walk'd by their opprest and fear-surprized eyes

Hamlet. I

2 10032 20 Distillid almost to jelly with the act of fear

Ibid. 1

2 1003/2/22 For we will fetters put upon this fear, which now goes free-footed

Ibid. 3) 310222156 The people's hearts brimful of fear

O:bello.2 3110562 54 Fear'd. This aspect of mine hath fear'd the valiant

Mercb. of Venice. 2 1202 129 She hath been then more fear'd than harm'd

Henry v. 1

512 158 Warwick was a bug that fear'd us all

3 Henry vi. 5) 263911119 Fearful. He's gentle, and not fearful

Tempeft. I

612 46 Come forth, thou fearful man

Romeo and Juliet.3 31 985124 It was the nightingale, and not the lark, that pierc'd the fearful hollow of thine ear 15.31 $ 2871436

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Cymbeline. 41 31 9191.18 Fearfully did menace me with death

Romeo and Juliet. 5 31 996143 Fearliss. And fearless minds climb soonest unto crowns

3 Henry vi. 41 71 626261 Feast upon her eyes

Meas. for Meas. 2 2 84214 Small cheer and great welcome, makes a merry feast

Comedy of Errors. 3 1 1091141 I do feast to night my best esteem'd acquaintance

Merch. of Venice. 2 22041125 Who riseth from a feast with that keen appetite that he fits down

Ibid. 262052 44 If ever sat at any good man's feast

As You Like It. 2 7 2331155 But that our feasts in every mess have folly

Winter's Tale. 41 31 3491247 The fealt is sold that is not often vouch'd

Macbeth. 31 4 3752 22 What, Mall our feast be kept with laughter'd men

K. Jobna 31 1 398 247 - As at English feasts, so I regreet, the daintiest last, to make the end more sweet R. 11.1 31 416253 Or cloy the hungry edge of appetite, by bare imagination of a feast

Ibid. 1 3 41812157 To the latter end of a fray, and the beginning of a feast, fits a dull fighter, and a keen guest

i Henry iv. 41 21 4661 8 We had much more monitrous matter of feast, which worthily deserved noting)

Ant. and Cleop. 2 2776129 won, fart-loit

Tim. of Athens. 2 2 812 1 2 Henceforth be no feast, whereat a villain's not a welcome guest

Ibid. 3) 6 818 211 Seal it with fcants

Cymbiline. 5 5 9282 23 Feased. Three kings I had newly feasted

Ant. and Cleop.2

2 775 120 Fcajting preserce. Her beauty makes this vault a feasting presence full of light Rom. and Jul. 5) 3995241 Fiats. Doing in the figure of a lamb, the feats of a lion

Mu. Ado About Nob. I 121119 Hang all the husbands, that cannot do that feat, you'll leave yourself hardly one subject

Winter's Tale. 2 31 342 2137 So feat, so nuilt-like

Cymbeline. 5 5 9242/25 Feated. To the more mature, a glass that feated them

1 8941 19 Feater than before

Tempeft. 2 101 7 Feathers. What plume of feathers is he, that indited this letter Love's Lab. Loft.4 1 15811 With delicate fine hats and courteous feathers

All's Well. 4) 5 30112 24 I am a feather for each wind that blows

Winter's Tale. 23/ 3431/29 . By his gates of breath there lies a downy feather, which stirs not 2 Henry iv. 4)

499114 Add more feathers to our wings

Henry v. 1 2 513247 There's not a piece of feather in our host, (good argument, I hope, we shall not fiy) 16.4 3 532119 · Was ever icather fo lightly blown to and fro, as this multitude 2 Henry vi. 4 8 5971220 Lightness of men compared to a feather

3 Henry vi. 3) 1 617 135 Leave these remnants of fool and feather, that they got in France Henry vin. 1 31 67612 55 These growing feathers pluck'd from Cæsar's wing, will make him Ay an ordinary pitch

Yulius Cæfar. I 742 1/30 - I am not of that feather to shake off my friend when he must need me Tim. of Aib.. 1804 229

When every feather sticks in his own wing, Lord Timon will be left a naked gull Ibid. 2 1 810114
Some dozen Romans of us, and your lord, the best feather of our wing Cymbdine. 17 901 3
This feather stirs; the lives

Lear. 51 31 965132
Forest of feathers

Hamlet. 3 2 102112
Freiber-bed. To be in peril of my life with the edge of a feather-bed Mer. of Venice. 2
Featřer of lead.

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Winter's Tale. 41 31 3512 1. Fears. But tell me, why you proceeded not against these feats

Hamler. 41 710311145 Feature. Am I the nan yet? doth my simple feature content you As You Like It. 31 31 2382 & Thou hast, Sebastian, done good feature thame

I wolfeb Nigbr. 31 41 326128 Chcated of feature by ditsembling nature

Ricbard ii. 1 1 63415 Eid him report the feature of Octavia

Ant, and Cleop. 2

5) 778 2125 For feature, laming the shrine of Venus

Cymbeline. 5 5 925460 Featur'd. How rarely featur'd

Mu. Ado Abi. Notb. 3 1 132/134 February face.

Ibid. 51 4 1461 9 Fid. With oaths kept waking, and with brawling fed

Tamn. of the Sörew.41 31 270129 His confeffor; who fed him every minute with words of sovereignty Henry vin 1 2 675 2 57 -- him with his prophecies

1679 1134 They nourith'd disobedience, fed the ruin of the state

Coriolanus. 31 11 720 149 Fiderary. She's a traitor; Camillo is a federary with her

Winter's Tale. 2

33912 43 Fee. So should I rob my sweet sons of their fee : no, let them satisfy their luft on thee

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