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1 Henryio.] 441 Gage. You shall not gage me by what we do to-night

Mer. of Venice.21 31 204159 Pale trembling coward, there I throw my gage

Ricbard i. I 1414150 And interchangeably hurl down my gage upon this over-weening traitor's foot Ibid. 1 1 41511 5 Throw down my fon the duke of Norfolk's gage

Ibid. 1 1 415 120 There is my gage, the manual seal of death, that marks thee out for hell Ibid.41 1 43112 53 If that thy valour stand on sympathies, there is my gage, Aumerle, in gage to thine Ib. 4 1 431 2162 There I throw my gage, to prove it on thee to the extremeit point of mortal breathing

Ibid. 41 14321113 Some honest christian trust me with a gage, that Norfolk lies

Ibid.41 1 4321 52 Your differences shall all rest under gage, till we assign you to your days of trial Ibid. 141 1432 213 That men of your nobility and power, did'gage them both in an unjuft behalf i H.iv.1 3) 4462139 Give me any gage of thine, and I will wear it in my bonnet

Henry v. 41 1 529144 'Tis the gage of one that I should fight withal, if he be alive

Ibid. 41 7 53511 Gaged. Where in my time something too prodigal hath left me gaz'd Mer. of Ven. 1 1 1981239 Against the which, a moiety competent was gaged by our king

Hamlet. 1 I 1000 221 Gaging. Both taxing me and gaging me, to keep an oath that I have sworn Tr.ard Cr.15 1 884 2 20 Gagg'd. Unless you laugh and minister occasion to him, he's gagg d Tw. Nigbt.1 51 311|144 Gain. Hapless gain

Two Gent. of Verina. 1 Some other times we drown our gain in tears

All's Well. 41 31 297/2 14 Be my lord; for I will worship thee

King Jobn.2 23961215 Gain-giving. It is such a kind of gain-giving, as would, perhaps, trouble a woman Ham. 5) 210391226 Gair said. You are too great to be by me gainsaid

2 llenry iv. 1

147412 43 Geirday. What I should say, my tears gaintay

3 Henry vi. 5 41 6302 if it be known to him that I gainíay my deed, how may he wound, and worthily my falfhood

Harry thi:. 2.

68412.50 Gat. Doth he not hold up his head, as it were, and Rrut in his gait Mirry W.of Wird. 4 50135 His gait majeftical

Love's Lab. Luft. 1 164 1 50 With pretty and with swimming gait

Mid. Nigbr's Dream. 2 This palpable gross play hath well beguild the heavy gait of night

Toid. 5) 1 1951-134 of a gentlewoman

Induc. io Tam. of tbe Shrew. 2531141 Iu gait and countenance surely like a father

Ibid. 4) 2 26912158 They do muster true gait

All's Well.2

1 2831213 Address thy gait unto her

Twelfth Nigb:. 41 310135 I will answer you with gait and entrance

320/2 20 Hath not my gait in it, the measure of the court

Winter's Taic. 41 31 35612 34 "Tis like the forc'd gait of a shuffling nag

i Hinry iv. 3

1 4591137 He had no legs, that practis'd not his gait

2 Herry iv. 2

31 483 124 Springs out into fast gait

Horry viii. 31 21 689221 I do know him by liis gait

Julius Cæfar.1 31 74029 What majesty is in her gait

Ant. and Cleop. 31 31 783141 · I ken the manner of his gait

Troi. and 60:41 5 881050 Go your gait, and det poos volk pass

Lear. 41 6 9591/46 Methought thy very grit did prophecy a royal nobleness

Ibid. 5 31 964139 To suppress his further gait herein

Humlet. 1 2 TOCI 2 37 Gaited. You must send the ass upon the horse, for he is now gaited Love's Lab. Luft. 31 | 155128 Calatbe Now here he fishes on Galathe his horse

Troi, and Crep 5 5 889123 Gole. A little cale will soon disperse that cloud

3 Hinny vi. 53 6291226 Galen. My Galen

Merry W. of Windfr. 2 2 57121

All's Wall.2 31 285258 The most sovereign prescription in Galen is but empyric qutique Coriolarus. 2 Gall. Which a dismiss'd offence would after gall

Mical. for Mial. 2 2

831244 "Twould be my tyranny to 1trike and gall them for what I did them do

781244 What king so itrong, can tie the gall up in the sanderous tongue

Ibid. 131 2

9112/42 Let there be gall enough in thy ink

Twilfib Nigbr. 31 21 321/2/49 You measure the heat of your livers with the bitterness of your galls 2 Henry iv. 1 24771224 Well, I am loth to gaid a new heai'd wound

2 477 1151 Even thote that were your father's enemies have steep'd their galls in honey Hero'. 2 2 5161116 He may well in fretting spend his gall

1 Henry vil 5452116 Worse than gall the daintiest that they taste

2 Hening vi. 31 2 59018 Whom from the flow of gall I name not, but from fincere motions Barys rii.lt

1 6731219 Whofe gall coins sanders like a mint

Troilus and Cro713 S6312 5 You have the honey Hill, but there the gall

Toid. 2 $68114 deadly call, and theme of all our fcorns

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A. S. P. C.L. Gall. A peftilent gall to me

Lear.(1| 41 936149 I'll touch my point with this contagion; that, if I gall him Nightly, it may be death

Hamlet. 41 7103212 37 his kibe

Ibid. 5) 110351' 3 However this may gall him with some check

O:bello. 1 1 1045135

Ibid. 2 Let it not gall your patience

1 1052 157 We have galls; and, though we have some grace, yet have we some revenge Ibid.41 3.10732/42 Gallants, I am not as, I have been

Much Ado About Notbing. 3. 2 133|1| 8 Never did I hear such gallant chiding

Mid. Night's Dream. 41 1 1902/30 Where is this young gallant, that is so defirous to lie with his mother earth As You L. Ir.1 2 2262141 Fetch that gallant hither

Ibid.2 2 22912150 Bring forth the gallant, let us hear him speak

3 Henry vi. 5 5 630229 The reformation of our travell’d gallants that fill the court with quarrels, talk, and tailors

Henry vii. 31 67612147 She is a gallant creature, and compleat in mind and feature

Ibid. 3/ 2 6882 46 The enemy comes on in gallant shew

Jul. Ca far. 5 | 7627/21 Gallant springing, brave Plantagenet, that princely novice, was struck dead by thee

Richard u. 141 643145 Galld. My state being gall’d with my expence

Merry W. of Wind. 314 'A has a little gallid me, I confess

Tam. of the Sbreze. 5 2 275|2|41 Who may'st see, plainly as heaven sees earth, and earth sees heaven, how I am galla

Winter'; Tala 1 2 3371145 Wherein have you been galled by the king

2 Hinry iv. 4! 1| 493 212 eyes of weeping souls

Ricbard i. 41 41 65912 36 Or else it would have gall’d his surly nature

Coriolanus. 21 31 7181144 Gollery. Your gallery have we pass'd through, not without much content in many fingularities

Winter's Tale.15 31 361220 Galley. Aboard my galley I invite you all

Ant. and Cleop.

779|2122 Galiia. From Gallia I cross’d the seas on purpose, and on promise to see your grace Cym." Gallian. I am possess'd of more than half the gallian territories

1 Henry vi. 5

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Twelfth Night. 1 3 309|236 Why dost thou not go to church in a galliard, and come home in a coranto

Ibid. 1 3 30912 45 I did think, by the excellent constitution of thy leg, it was form'd under the star of a galliard

Ibid. 1 31 310 3 There's nought in France that can be with a nimble galliard won

Henry v.lt 2 5131 40 Galliaffes. Besides two galliasses, and twelve tight gallies

Tam.of tbe Shrew. 2 1 263 112 Gallimaufry. They have a dance, which the wenches say is a gallimaufry of gambols

Winter's Tale. 4) 3) 3522 46 Galling the gleaned land with hot assays

Henry v. 1 21 51254 I have seen you gleeking and galling at this gentleman twice or thrice Ibid. 5 1 53811 7. Gallop. Not a falfe gallop

Mu. Ado About Norb.

3 1361154 - A true man, or a thief, that gallops so

Love's Labor L. 41 31 162 150 - This is the very false gallop of verses

As You Like It.

3 2235|218 She'll gallop fast enough to her destruction

2 Henry vi. 1 3 576215 the zodiack in his glistering coach

Titus Andron. 2 Il 836142 Gallrw. The wrathful skies gallow the very wanderers of the dark

Lear.

3 Gallows. Complexion is perfect gallows

Tempeft. 1 - were on land, this fellow would not drown

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21 1 54 A threwd unhappy gallows too

Love's Lab. Loft5 2 1661123 and knock, are too powerful on the highway

Winter's Tale. 4) 2 3481241 Shall there be gallows standing in England, when thou art king 1 Henry iv. 1 2 4431215 If I hang, I'll make a fat pair of gallows

1 44812133 Let gallows gape for dog, let men go free

Henry v. 31 52312153 · Mark'd for the gallows

2 Henry vi. 4 2 55419 Belong to the gallows, and be hang'd, you rogue

Henry vi. 51 31 70012152 The gallows does well: but how does it well? it docs well to those that do ill Him. 1 1033 2 46 Gallows-maker. The gallows-maker; for that frame out-lives a thousand tenants Ibid.

SI 110331243 Gallervay nags. Thrust him down stairs ! know we not Galloway nags 2. Henry iv. 241 4851220 Gallow-glasses. From the western isles of Kernes and Gallow-glaffes, is supply'd Macb.la 36:2110 And a mighty power of Gallow-glasses, and stout Kernes

2 Henry vi. 41 91 5981114 Gallus. D.P.

Antony and Cleop. 7671 Galle-mawfry. He loves thy Gally-mawfry

Merry W. of Windsor. 2 Gambole Hop in his walks and gambol in his eyes

Midl. Nigbr's Dream. 31 1184/2133 - A gallimaufry of gambols

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A.S. P. C. body I the matter will re-word; which madness would gambol from

2 Henry iv. 2 41 4861.46 Game. Cry'd game

Hamlet. 31 4110251 26 As waggith boys themselves in game forswear

M.W. of Winds. 2 3 Ay, that way goes the game

Midf. Nigba's Dream.1 17712 36 So thrive it in your game

Ibid.31 21 187/235 Refore the game's a foot, thou still let'st nip

K. Jobr. 4/2 403261 The game's a foot, follow your spirit

i Henry iv.1 31 447 232 He knows the game, how true he keeps the wind

Henry v. 31 1 5201 157 If thou dost play with him at any game, thou art sure to lose

3 Henry vi. 31 2 617127 + Daughters of the game

Ani, and Cleop.2 31 7771118 The game was ne'er so fair, and I am done

Troilus and Criffida.41 51 88112 49 I warrant her, full of game

Romeo and Juliet. 1

4) 97212 Gamesome. I am not gamesome

Orbelio. 2 1055114 Gamefer. She's impudent, my lord; and was a common gamefter to the camp

Jul. Cæjar. 1 2 742 213You are a merry gamester

All's Well.5 31 30411146 Gamut. To teach you gamut in a briefer sort, more pleasant, pithy, and effectual

Hen. viii. 1 41 6771263 Gangren'd. The service of the foot being once gangren’d, is not then respected for

Taming of the Sbrew. 31 1 264 212 : what before it was Ganimed. And therefore look you call me Ganimed

Coriolanus. 3 1 722129 Gantlets. Their thimbles into arm’d gantlets change

As You Like It. 1 31 228 247 Gaols. Break open the gaols, and let out the prisoners

King Jobr. 5 2 409134 Then am I the prisoner, and his bed my gaol

2 Henry vi. 41 31 594 240 Gaoler. Seldom, when the steeled gaoler is the friend of men

Lear. 41 6 9591225 D.P.

Meal. for Meal. 4 2 94/1153 Not your gaoler then, but your kind hostess

Winter's Tale.

333 And dull unfeeling barren ignorance, is made my gaoler to attend on me

Ibid. 1 2 33412120

Ricb. i. I 3) 41712 44 You are my prisoner, but your gaoler shall deliver you the keys that lock up your restraint Gap. If he had been forgotten, there had been a gap in our great feast

Cymbelinc.

2 894154 Stands in the gap and trade of more preferments

Macberb. 3 1 3722161 That I might Neep out this great gap of time

Henry viti. 51 1697 1 9 The gap that we shall make in time, from our hence going till our return

Ant. and Cleop. 577212/21 It would make a great gap in your own honour, and make in pieces the heart of his

Cymb. 3 7 907/2 44 obedience

Lear. I Gapes. Now old desire doth on his death-bed lie, and young affection gapes to be his

heir Gaping. Ye rude Naves leave your gaping

Romeo and Juliet. 1 5 974/2 42 Gar. By gar

Henry vii. 5 31 700 2 49

4 Merry Wives of Winds.

51113 Garagantua's. You must borrow me Garagantua's mouth first Garb. Because he could not speak English in the native garb

As You Like It.3 2 23612 23 And constrains the garb, quite from his nature

Henry v. 5 1 53819

Lear. 2 2 941129 Abuse him to the Moor in the rank garb

; Otbello. 2 1 1054 217 Garbage. The cloy'd will, ravening first the lamb, longs after for the garbage

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89912 13 Garboils. Read the garboils the awak'd So much uncurbable her garboils

Ant. and Cleop. 1 3 771116

Ibid. 2 Garden. Thy curious knotted garden

Love's Labor Luft. 1

1 149/2 37 Wither garden; and be henceforth a burying place to all that do dwell in this house Gardiner, bishop of Winchester. D.P.

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Richard u. 41 41 662 2 6 Call him vile that was your garland

Coriolanus. 1

1 7051140 0, wither'd is the garland of the war

Ant. and Cleop. 4131 7971125 Garlick. Eat no onions or garlick, for we are to utter most sweet breath Mid. N. Dream. 4 21 1922 5 Marry, garlick, to mend her killing with

Winter's Tale. 4) 31 3511144 Garlick caters. And the breath of garlick eaters

Coriolanus. 4

7311239 Garments rather new dy'd than stain'd with salt water

Tempeft. 2 7257 And saw me court Margaret in Hero's garments

M. Ado Ab. Notb. 51143 1146 His garments are rich, but he wears them not handsomely

Winter's Tale. 41 31 35612153 New honours come upon him like strange garments

Macbetb.li 365|2150 To face the garment of rebellion with some fine colour

i Henry iv. 5

4681 43 Thy garments are not spotted with our blood

Richard iii. Il 31 6402115 - His meanest garment

Cymbeline. 2 31 904/128 She held the very garment of Polhumus in more respect than my noble and natural person

Ibid. 3/ 5/ 912 2 20. - I do not like the fashion of your garments : you will say, they are Persian attire; but let them be chang'd

Lear.

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6 950257 Garner'd. But there, where I have garner'd up my heart

0:bello. 4/ 2 10711 4 Garnish. In the lovely garnish of a boy

Mer. of Ven. 2 62061125 Or with taper-light to seek the beauteous eye of heaven to garnish, is waftful K. Jobn. 42 403136 Garnijn'd. They are all in love, every one her own hath garnish'd with such bedecking ornaments of praise

Love's Labour Loft. 2 1 152 2 31 A many fools, that stand in better place garnith'd like him Mercb. of Venice. 31 5 214 2114 Garters of an indifferent knit

Taming of tbe Sbrecv. 41 1268117 Why dost thou garter up thy aris o' this fashion

All's Well. 2) 3) 28811127 Go hang thyself in thy own heir apparent garters

i Henry iv. 2 2 449 2 23 To tear the garter from thy craven's leg, which I have done

1 Henry vi. 41 15592139 By my George, my garter, and my crown

Ricbard iii. 41 41 662 248 The garter, blemish’d, pawn'd his knightly virtue

Ibid. 41 41 662 2 54 Garter, king at arins. D.P.

Henry vii.

6711 Gartered with red and blue lift

Tam. of the Shrew. 3 2 265145 Gafbes. But I am faint, my gashes cry for help

Macbeth. I

2 3641116 A perilous gash, a very limb lopt off

1 Henry iv. 41 1 4641133 Kifles the gathes that bloodily did yawn upon his face

Henry v. 41 6 533213 Now 'tis twenty-seven : every gath was an enemy's grave

Coriolanus. 2 1713 1 58 And kiss thy honour'd gathes whole

Ant. and Cleop. 14 81 79311 5 Gaskins. If both break, your garkins fall

Twelfib Night. 1 5 310235 Gap. I will follow thee to the last gasp with truth and loyalty As You Like It. 2 323012 17 I cannot look greenly, nor gasp out my eloquence

Henry v. 5 2 53924 His fortunes all lie speechless, and his name is at last gasp

Cymbeline. 6 898 2 22 Gafted. Gafted by the noise I made, full suddenly he fed Gafness. Do you perceive the gaftness of her eye

Othello. 5 11075146 Gate. No, but to the gate

Much Ado Abt. Notb. 2 T 125 251 Before we enter his forbidden gates

Love's Labor Loft.2 1 162 132 Every fairy take his gate

Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 5 2 196214 of the eyes

As You Like It. 31 5 240 138 Whiles other men have gates, and those gates open'd, as mine, against their will

Winter's Tale. 1 2 33611125 These gates must not be shut, but in the night, or in the time of war 3 Henry vi. 41 7 626 2125 Our gates, which yet seem shut, we have but pinn'd with rushes Coriolanus. i 4! 7081134 Alone he enter'd the mortal gate o' the city

Coriolanus. 2 21 7152/49 · This gate instructs you how to adore the heavens; and bows you to morning's holy office

Cymbeline. 31 31 9081 19 Gate of feel. Or like a gate of steel fronting the fun, receives and renders back his figure and his heat

Troil. and Crep 13 3 8752 48 Gatber. Thou art my heir; the rest I wish thee gather

i Henry vi. 12 5 5542124 You may gather more

Lear. 41 5956148 Now gather and surmise

Hamlet. 2 211011123 And gather by him, as he is behav'd

1101711 4 Gaudy day

2 Henry vi. 41 1 5911132 Gaudy nigbt. Come, let's have one other gaudy night

Ant. and Cle.p. 311|79012 Gave. My mind gave me, in seeking tales and informations, against this man, ye blew the fire that burns you

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A. S. P. C. L. Gate. And yet my mind gave me, his cloaths made a false report of him Coriolanus.141 51 72912142 Gaul. Siand by, or I shall gaul you

King Jebn. 41 31 406161 Gauled. They that are most gauled with my folly, they most must laugh As You Like It. 271 2322 46 eyes

Hamlet. 1 211903'123 Gaunt. Old Gaunt, indeed, and gaunt in being old

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14201211 And who abstains from meat that is not gaunt

Ibid. 2 ? 4201213 Leanness is all gaunt

Ibid. 2 11 42012115 Am I for the grave, gaunt as a grave

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Ibid. 2 1 421139 His plate, coin, and moveables seized

Ibid. 2 14211151 By the buryed hand of warlike Gaunt

Ibid. 3 3 42926 I am not John a Gaunt, your grandfather; but yet no coward, Hal i Henry iv. 2 2 4492 47 John of Gaunt lov'd him well, and betted much money on his head 2 Henry iv. 31 21 48924 I saw it, and told John of Gaunt he beat his own name

Itid. 3 2 492 1 9 Such hope have all the line of Jolin of Gaunt

3 Henry vi. I 603|2112 Then Warwick disannuls great John of Gaunt

Ibid. 3) 3/ 620 118 Gauntlet. A scaly gauntlet now, with joints of Steel, must glove this hand 2 Henry iv.! 1475142 By Mars his gauntlet thanks

Troilo and Cref: 41 51 88212 59 There's my gauntlet ; I'll prove it on a giant

Lear. 4

957|214 Gawds

Mid. Night's Dream. As the remembrance of an idle gawd, which in my childhood I did doat upon Ibid.41 11911128 But for these other gawds.-Unbind my hands, I'll pull them off myself T.cfibe Sbroj 2

2601 8 Too full of gawds

King Yobn. 3 3 39912 35 That all, with one consent, praise new born gauds

Troilus and Crib. 3 3 8761144 Gawded cbecks

Coriolanus. 21 1 7141123 Gawley, Sir Nicholas

i Henry iv. 5 4 4711 15 Gaze. She, that you gaze on so, as she sits at supper

Two Gint. of Verona. 2
Wherefore gaze this goodly company; as if they saw some wondrous monument

Taming of the Sbrew. 3/2 2652 20
She was more worth such gazes than what you look on now Winter's Tale. 5 1 359/256
No longer shall you gaze on't, left your fancy may think anon it moves Ibid. 5 3 362 115
Then yield thee, coward, and live to be the fhew and gaze o' the time Macbctb. 5 7 386 150
When youth with comeliness pluck'd all gaze his way

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7062 56 But gives all gaze and bent of amorous view on the fair Cressid Troil, and Cref: 41 5 88312 59 Gazing. At length the sun, gazing upon the earth

Comedy of Errors. 1 1 104 129 - I would leave grazing, were I of your fock, and only live by gazing Winter's Tale.41 3 350|2 45 Gear. Disguis’d, like Muscovites, in thapeless gear

Love's Lab. L.51 1692 8 I'll grow a talker for this gear

Mercb. of Venice.

1981217 But I will remedy this gear ere long, or sell my title for a glorious grave 2 Her. vi. 31 584 37 Geck. And made the most notorious geck, and gull, that e'er invention play'd on 7. Nigbi. 332128 And to become the geck and scorn o' the other's villainy

Cymbeline. 4) 922161 Geer. If fortune be a woman, she's a good wench for this geer Mer. of Venice. 2) 2 Welcome all to this geer; the sooner the better

2 Henry vi.lt Will this geer ne'er be mended

Truie and Cruilla

1 857 225 Pandar to provide this geer

2 874/2/24 Here's goodly geer

Romeo and Juliet. 2 Poison ; such foon-spending geer as will disperse itself through all the veins Ibid. 5 1 994 57 Gerefe. Uncle, tell mistress Ann the jeft, how my father fole two geese out of a pen

Merry Wives of Windsor. 134

6222121 Since I pluck'd geese, play'd truant, and whipp'd top

1/ 702239 Winter's not yet gone, if the wild geese fly that way

Lcar. 2
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1 18411 47 When they him spy, as wild-geese, that the creeping fowler eye, sever themselves

Midf. Nigbi's Dream. 3) 2] 1851 37 He that trusts in you, where he should find you lions, finds you hares; where foxes, gecre

Coriolanus. 1
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