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A.S. P. C. L. Gerdness. And when old time shall lead him to his end, goodness and he fill up one mo

Henry viii. 2

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Ibid. 3 2 691 1 40 - All goodness is poison to thy stomach

Antony and Cleop. 5 2 801 2 2 • There is no goodness in the worm

Hamler. 41 710322 3 - For goodness, growing to a pleurisy, dies in his own too much

2 Henry iv. 3 21 492 1 3 Goed-nigbls. And sware-they were his fancies, or his good-nights

Richard i. 4 365919
And Anne my wife hath bid the world good night

Merry Wives of Windsor. 1 46222
Good office. I would I could do a good office between you
Good seeming. All good seeming by thy revolt, О husband, Thall be thought put on for

Cymbeline. 31 4 9092 41 villainy

Mid. Nigbe's Dream. 2 3 1822 39
Two Gent. of Verona. I


26238 Good time.

Timon of Arbens. 3 6 81754 Good time of day to you

Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 2 3 182139 God trotb.

M. W. of Windf, 1

48112 Good-will. Can you carry your good-will to the maid

Have you married my daughter without asking my good-will Taming of the Shrew. 1 27546 - I will do my good-will, fir; you can have no more

2 Henry iv. 31 2 490123 - He, that has but effected his good-will, hath overta'en mine act

Coriolanus. 11 91 71012 24 When good-will is sew'd, though it come too short, the actor may plead pardon

Ant. and Cleop. 2 5 777129 Goodwins. The Goodwins I think they call the place

Merchant of Venice. 3 1 208 151 Goedwin-Sards. The great supply, that was expected by the Dauphin here, are wreck'd three nights ago on Goodwin-Sands

King Yohn. 5/ 31 4092 21 - And your supplies, which you have wish'd so long, are cast away and runk on Goodwin Sands

K. Jobn.5| 54101157 Goose. Made like a goose

Tempeft. 2

11 2 42 How near the God drew to the complexion of a goose Merry Wives of Windsor. 515 711149 The boy hath fold him a bargain, a goose, that's fiat

Love's Lab. Loft.31 1 1552 32 A green goose a goddess: pure, pure idolatry

Ibi... 41 3 1611 34 A goofe for his discretion

Mids. Night's Dream. 5 1942 5 Breaks his staff like a noble goose

As You Like It. 31 4 239111 3 Come in, taylor; here you may roast your goose

Macbeth. 2) 3) 3702 32 Go, ye giddy goose

i Henry iv. 3 1 4591132 But that my fear is this some galled goose of Winchester would hiss Troi. and Crel. 511 8912 19 if I had you upon Sarum Plain, rd drive you cackling home to Camelot

2 9411143 Good goose bite not

Romeo and Juliet. 2 4 979,112 Gooseberry. Are not worth a gooseberry

2 Henry iv. 1 2 4772 21 Goose book. Where goe't thou that goose look

Macbetb. 5 31 384743 Goose-quills. That many, wearing rapiers, are afraid of goose-quills

Hamlet.21 2 1013243 Gorbellied knaves

i Henry iv. 2 2 450121 Gerboduc king

Twelfth Nigbr. 41 2 327 754 Gordian knot. Turn him to any cause of policy, the gordian knot of it he will unloose, familiar as his garter As Nippery as the gordian knot was hard

Henry volil I 510,23 Ger’d. Oh, let no eye profane a tear for me, if I be gor'd with Mowbray's spear

Cymbeline. 2 21 90211 51

Paris is gor'd with Menelaus' horn

3 4162 46

Treil. and Creil 1
My fame is Mrewdly gor'd

18581253 And the gor'd state sustain

Ibid. 3 3 576244 Gorge. He cracks his gorge, his fides, with violent hefts

Lear. 51 3965248 She whom the spital-house and ulcerous fores would cast the gorge at

Winter's Tale.21 1 332 7150 My gorge rises at it

Tim. of Aib. 41 31 320112 Begin to heave the gorge

Hamlet. 5110351154 Gorged. The thrill-gorg d lark

Othello. 2 1105312 4.2 And 'till the stoop she must not

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A. S. P. C.L. Gory. The obligation of our blood forbids a gory emulation 'twixt us twain Tr.and Cr. 44 51 882|4|59 Gosling. I'll never be such a golling to obey instinct Gospell d. Are you so gospell’d to pray for this good man and for his issue

Coriolanus. 51 3 735153 Gijs. Pricking gors

Macberb.(31 | 373|2|37
Tempef. 41

1811122 Gullips. 'Tis not a maid, for the hath goffips

Two Gent. of Verona.311 Go to a gossip's feast and go with me


Comedy of Errors. 12012116 Sometimes lurk I in a gossip's bowl

Midj. Night's Dream. 2 I 1791212 If my gossip report be an honest woman of her word That blinking Cupid gossips

Mer. of Ven. 3) 1208154

All's Well. I 12791117 No noise, my lord; but needful conference about some gossips for your highness

Winter's Tale. 2) 3) 342") 5 Gosip-like. I will leave you now in your gossip-like humour Much Ado About Norbing. 51 142 2151 Glomer. Hadit thou been aught but gostomer, feathers, air

Lear. 4) 5957113 Glamour. A lover may bestride the golfamour, that idles in the wanton summer air and yet not fall

Romeo and Juliet. 21 6 98112119 Gor. And now you Mould be as your mother was, when your sweet self was got A.W.42 29614

Brother, adieu; good fortune come to thee, for thou walt got i’ the way of honesty
Come on ye cowards; you were got in fear, though you were born in Rome Cori. 1 31 7071112

K. Febr.) 1 389 Gorbs. D. P.

Titus Andronicus. Go to, mum-you are he

Mucb Ado About Notb.2 i

1262 Gotten in drink

Merry W. of Wird. 3

491 Govern. If such a one be fit to govern, speak; I am as I have spoken Macbeth. 41 3 3812

Come, wise, let's in, and icarn to govern better; for yet may England curse my wretched reign

2 Henry vi.4) Alas ! how should you govern any kingdom, that know not how to use ambassadors

3 Henry vi. 41

62411 May I govern so, to heal Rome's harms, and wipe away her woe Titus Andros. 51 31 855 Government. A sound but not in government

Midf. Nigbt's Dream. 5 I 193 All must be even in our government

Richard u. 3) 4) 430 Let men say we be men of good government

i Henry iv. 1 2 443 compared to bees

Henry vet 21 512 "Tis government, that makes women seem divine; the want thereof makes thee abominable

3 Henry vi. 1 Warwick, although my head still wear the crown, I here resign my government to thee

Ibid. 41 6625 Fear not my government

Othello. 3) 3 1063 Goujeers. The goujeers shall devour them, files, and fell, ere they hall make us weep

Lear. 5 31 96 Goujer. What the goujere

M.W.of Windfor. 1 Gourd. For gourd and fullam holds

Ibid. 1 Gouts of blood

Macbeb. 2 Gout galls the one, and the pox pinches the other

2 Hen. iv. I 247 A pox of this gout! or a gout of this pox

i Henry iv. 1 Yet am I better than one that's sick o'the gout

Cymbeline. 549 Gower. D. P. 2 Henry iv. p. 473.

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Henry v. Gown. Pray you, give me my gown; or else keep it in your arms M. W.of Wind.13 Your gown's a most rare fashion

Much Ado About Norb. 3 I saw the duchess of Milan's gown they praise ro

Ibid. 3) 41 Duchess of Milan's gown described

Ibid. 3 4 One that hath two gowns and every thing handsome about him

Ibid. 42 I never saw a better fashion'd gown, more quaint, more pleasing, nor more commendable

Taming of obe Shrew. 41 3


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A.S. P. C. L. Grace being the foul of your complexion should keep the body of it ever fair

Meal. for Meas 13

89 129 Ibiú. 4 4

97217 - When once our grace we have forgot nothing goes right

Mucb Ado About Norb. I
He hath ta’en you newly into his grace

Ibid. 2 1281112
His grace hath made the match, and all grace say amen to it

Ibid. 21 31 29 21 'Till all graces be in one woman, one woman fhall not come in my grace How still the evening is, as hulh'd on purpose to grace harmony

Ibid. 31 129 2115

Love's Lab. Luft.1.1 148235
A maid of grace, and complete majesty
Be now as prodigal of all dear grace, as nature was in making graces dear when she


1521 15 did Starve the general world beside and gave them all to you

Midf, Night's Dream. 2 3 18211156
The more my prayer, the lesser is my grace
You have the grace of God, fir, and he hath enough

Mer. of Venice. 21 2 204 1 2
The parts and graces of the wrestler that did but lately foil the Ginewy Charles

As You Like It. 2

2 229/2 46

Ibid. 2
To fome kind of men, their graces serve them but as enemies

3 230115 - Within this roof the enemy of all your graces lives

Ibid. 231 23011123 - That one body should be fill'd with all graces wide enlarg'd

Ibid. 3) 223512150 Such a poverty of grace

Ibid. 31 5) 2411132 To do good to yourself and to grace me

Ibid. 1 5 2 2462137 Now thall my friend Petruchio do me graces

Tam. of the Sbrezv. 2 258220 The greatest grace, lending grace

All's Well.12 1 284/222 It lies in you, my lord, to bring me in some grace, for you did bring me out

21 302 1152 You are the cruelleft the alive, if you will lead these graces to the grave, and leave the world no copy

Tw. Nigbr. 1/5 312 2135 Put your grace in your pocket, fir, for this once, and let your filesh and blood obey it

Iw. Nigbt. 511

3291 24 O, would her name were grace

Wint. Tale. I

335 114 and remembrance to you both and welcome to our fhearing

Ibid. 41 3 35012): 3 Every wink of an eye, some new grace will be born

Ibid. 5 21 360 2160 Though all things foul would wear the brows of grace, yet grace must ftill look fo

Macberb. 41 31 380-135 The king-becoming graces,- I have no relish of them

Ibid. 141 31 38111156 This, and what needful else that calls upon us, by the grace of Grace, we will perform

Ibid. 5 7 3862155 me no grace, nor uncle me no uncle: I am no traitor's uncle

Ricb. 1.2 31 42513 my mournings here, in weeping after this untimely bier

Ibid. 51 61 440129 God save thy grace, (majesty, i Mould say; for grace thou wilt have none) 1 H.

2 443 III An the fire of grace be not quite out of thee, now shalt thou be moved

4 45511/29 Thou art violently carried away from grace

Ibid. 21 41 45512 48
He may keep his own grace, but he is almost out of mine: I can assure him 2 H.iv..
Unto whose grace our
passion is as subject

24761128 And by their hands this grace of kings must die

Henry v. 2

Ibid.21 cb 514 130
Whiles yet the cool and temperate wind of grace o'er blows the filthy and contagi-
ous clouds, of heady murder, spoil, and villainy
Now and then goes to the wars to grace himself

Ibid. 31 31 522 1112
O base Walloon, to win the Dauphin's grace, thrust Talbot with a spear into the

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i Henry vi. 1 To grace my stratagems

545/1/12 Choren from above, by inspiration of celestial grace

Richard iri. 3) 51 563"

3 My majesty! why man, I am but grace

1 Henry viols 51 5681115 By the grace of God, and Hume's advice, your grace's title Mhall be multiply'd 2

2 Henry wi.

574/2125 No Exeter these graces challenge grace 0, momentary grace of mortal men, which we more hunt for than the grace of God

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A.S. P. C.L. Grace. Whose present grace to present flaves and servants translates his rivals

Timon of Athens. | | 8044145 You have done our pleasures much grace, fair ladies

Ibid. 1 2 808142 I should not be so base, to fue, and be deny'd such common grace

Ibid.31 sl 8171122 Let fools do good and fair men call for grace

Titus Andronicus. 3 1 843):151

2 86111 26 Had I a filter a grace, or a daughter a goddess, he should take his choice Tr. and Cr. 1

Ibid. I Severals and generals of grace exact

3 863 1152 You are in the state of grace

Ibid. 3 1 8711136 In each grace of these there lurks a still and dumb-discoursive devil

Ibid. 41 41 88012121 'Tis your graces that from my muteft conscience, to my tongue, charms this report

Cymbeline. 7| 9000/44 This is a Nave, whose easy borrow'd pride dwells in the fickle grace of her he fol

Lear.241 9441232 lows Marry, here's grace, and a cod-piece

Ibid. 31 2 94717 That's as we lift to grace him

Ibid. 5) 31 9622 55 In his own grace le doth exalt himself, more than in your advancement Ibid. 's 31 963: 7 O, mickle is the powerful grace that lies in plants, herbs, stones Romeo and Julier. 21 31 9772 1 Thyself do grace to them, and bring them in

Hamlet.2 2 101012 20 Grace (at meals.] I will not be absence at the grace

Merry Wives of Windfor.

48137 While grace is saying, hood mine eyes thus with my hat, and ligh, and say, amen

Mer. of Ven. 21 2 204153 not so much as will serve to be prologue to an egg and butter i Henry iv. 1 2 4431|15 Your soldiers do use him as the grace 'fore meat

Coriolanus. 417 7322 3 Apemantus's grace

Timon of Arbens. 1

21 8071 47 Timon's

Ibid. 3) 6 8181117 - I could never say grace in all my life

Titus Andronicus. 41 31 84812161 Graced. Daily grac'd by the emperor

Taun Gent. of Verona, il 3 · Thy wit wants edge, and manners to intrude where I am grac'd Titus Andronicus. 2 836 2 32 Graced palace. Epicurism and lust make it more like a tavern or a brothel than a grac'd palace

Lear. 1| 41 9371147 Gracelefs. Whose hap shall be to have her, will not so graceless be to be ingrate

Tam. of the Sb. 2 2592151 Gracing the scrowl that tells of this war's loss

King John.2 2 393 250 Gracious. There was not such a gracious creature born

Ibid.3 41 40012150 You feel the dint of pity, these are gracious drops

Julius Cæfar. 3 21 7562 25 So hallow'd and so gracious is the time

Hamlet. I 111001043 Give to a gracious message an host of tongues

Ant. and Clesp. 121 51 77811 53 Her brain-fick raptures cannot distaste the goodness of a quarrel, which hath our feveral honours all engag'd to make it gracious

Troilus and Creffida. 22 867 2146 Gradation. Cold gradation

Meal: for Mcaf4 31

961154 Grafi. And noble stock was graft with crab-tree nip

2 Henry vi. 31 2 588 2158 Her royal stock graft with ignoble plants

Richard iii. 3 7 655134 Grafred. A servant grafted in my serious trust, and therein negligent Winter's Tale. 1 2 336 2126 Grafters. Our cions put in wild and savage stock; sprout up so suddenly into the clouds, and overgrow their grafters

Henry v.13 5 522 260 Graftesi. Gard'ner, for telling me these news of woe, I would, the plants, thou grati'lt,

Richard ii. 31 41 43112124 may never grow Grain. 'Tis in grain, fir; 'twill endure wind and weather

Twelfth Night. 1 5 3122130 Suffer us to famith, and their store houses oramm'd with grain

Coriolanus. I 11704135 Made you against the grain to voice him consul

Ibid. 23718 2126 We are the grains : you are the musty chaff

Ibid. 5) 1 733 1140 Grained spots. Such black and grained spots as will not leave their tine Hamlet.131 4 1024|1|18 Gramercies

Taming of ibe Shrew. I 1 255 146 Gramercy-would'At thou ought with me

Mercb. of Venice. 22 203|2132 Be it fo, Titus, and gramercy too

Titus Andronicus. 1 2 836 222 Grammar-fobcola Thou hast most traitorouNy corrupted the youth of the realm, in erecting a grammar-school

2 Henry vi. 41 7 5961119 Grarge. The moated grange

Meas. for Meaj: 31 1 8912155 Grandam. To weep like a young wench that has buried her grandam Tavo Gent. of Ver. 2

27"151 She might have been a grandam ere e died

Love's Labor Loft. 5 2 1661129
Like one well studied in a fad oftent to please his grandam Mereb. of Venice. 2 2 20411157
I am thy grandame, Richard

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A.S. P. C.L. Grand-jurors. You are grand-jurors, are ye? we'll jure ye, l' faith i Henry iv.1 21 21 450 1124 Grondpree. D.P.

Henry v. 509 Grandfire. Seven hundred pounds of monies, and gold and silver, did her grandfire, upon his death-bed give

Merry W. of Winds: 1 461 24 Oh, had thy grandfire, with a prophet's eye, seen how his son's fon should destroy his sons

Ricbard ii. 2 il 42012/45 Go, my dread lord, to your great grandfire's tomb, from whom you claim Hen, v. 1 2 5121| 4 Grange. My house is not a grange

Otbello. 1 11044/2139 Grant. The fairelt grant is the necessity

Mucb Ado About 132411150 - Thou haft, Ventidius, that, without the which a soldier, and his sword grants scarce distinction

Ant. and Cleop. 3 1 7821/22 -Mad let us grant him

Hamler. 2 2/10111/16 Grapes, 'Twas in the bunch of grapes

Meal. for Meal: 12 811 38 O, will you eat no grapes, my royal fox ? yes, but you will, my noble grapes, an ift my royal fox could reach them

All's Wdl. 2 1 283235 There's one grape yet, I am sure, thy father drunk wine

Ibid. 2 3 2862 33 The tartness of his face fours ripe grapes

Coriolanus. 51 41 73711137 Grapple. I was as willing to grapple, as he was to board

Love's L. Loft. 2 1 154112 With which such scathful grapple did he make

Twelfth Nigbr. 5 | 3291150 you to the heart and love of us

Macberb. 31 1 3732150 And grapple thee unto a Pagan shore

K. Jon. 5 2 4080 31 your mind, to the sternage of this navy

Henry v.3cb 51912 59 To grapple with the House of Lancaster

2 Henry vi. 1 1 574111 2 The friends thou hast, and their adoption try'd, grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel

Hamlet. 1 3 100412 52 Grass. I should be fill plucking the grass, to know where fits the wind Mer. of Ven. 1

1971 22 I am no great Nebuchadnezzar, fir, I have not much skill in grass All's Well.41 5 30012/17 Grate. What peer hath been suborn'd to grate on you

2 Henry iv. 41 493/2 3 Grates me

Ant. and 11768125 Grated. I have grated upon my good friends for three reprieves for you

M.W.of W. 2

53252 Mighty states characterless are grated to dusty nothing Troilus and Craffida.3 2 87411156 Gratiano. D. P. Mer.of Ven. P. 197..

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1043 Gratify. You must, as we do, gratify this gentleman

Taming of the Sbrero. 1 225912 54 Grating. And grating shock of wrathful iron arms

Ricbard ii.

31 41712/10 - fo harshly all his days of quiet

Hamlct. 31 11016/1147 Gratitude. Which gratitude through Ainty Tartar's bosom would peep forth and answer thanks

All's Well.141 41 300 1 11 Thou can'ft not in the course of gratitude but be a diligent follower of mine Cym. 3 5 9121214 Gratalate. There's more behind, that is more gratulate

Meas. for Meal: 51

10212150 To gratulate the gentle princes there

Richard iii. 41 11 65611145 And come freely to gratulate thy plenteous bosom

Tim. of Aibens. 1

2 80811113 And gratulate his safe return to Rome

Tit. Andronicus. I 28331137 Graves at my command have wak'd their neepers

Tempeft. 52 Every third thought shall be my grave

Ibid. 51 : 22/2117 timeless graves

Tavo Gent. of Verona. 31 1

331156 The graves all gaping wide every one lets forth his spright Midf. Nigbr's Dream. 51 2 1951252 Here lie I down, and measure out my grave

As r. Like It. 21 6 2327135 One grave shall be for both: upon them Mall the causes of their death appear 'W.T.3) 2 346 235 Whose heavy hand hath bow'd you to the grave

Macberb. 31 1 3731233 If charnel-houses and graves must send those that we bury, back; our monuments must be the maws of kites

Thid. 31 41 3761 to His little kingdom of a forced grave

2 40411 3 Or when he doom'd this beauty to the grave, found it too precious princely for a grave


413 40512159 Gaunt am I for the grave, gaunt as a grave, whose hollow womb inherits nought but bones

Richard ii. 2 1 42012119 And my large kingdom, for a little grave, a little little grave, an obscure grave Ibid. 3 3 429253 Turning your books to graves, your ink to blood, your pens to lances 2 Henry iv. 41 Il 4931 7 Know, the grave doth gape for thee thrice wider than for other men Ibid. 5 5 5061215 Or else our grave like Turkish mute, shall have a congueless mouth


2 513117 The grave doth gape, and doacing death is near

1 5151115 A many of our bodies shall, no doubt, find native graves

Ibid. 41 3 532 | 2 And here will Talbot mount or make his grave

1 Henry vi.[2 1 55011157 Now my old arms are young John Talbot's grave

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