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A.S. P. C. L. Alarm. But none can cure their harms by wailing them

Ricbard iii. 21 21 6467145 As well the fear of harm, as harm apparent, in my opinion, ought to be prevented 1b. 2

2 646,215 not yourself with your vexation

Cymbeline. I

2 89517 Good masters harm me not

Ibid. 31 6 913 7/49 That I suffer'd was all the harm I did

Ibid. 5 5 927131 Whole nature is so far from doing harms, that he suspects none

Lear. I 2 93459 Let me still take away the harms I fear

Ibid. I 4 9381135 - I saw no harm; and then I heard each fyllable, that breath made up between them

Otbello. 4 2 1070 1139 Harm-doing. By my life he never knew harm-doing

Henry vii. 2 31 68224 Harmful pity

3 Henry vi. 2

2 6112 5 But not without that harmful stroke, which since hath pluck’d him after Lear. 4 2 9542141 Harmony. How still this evening is, as hulhed on purpose to grace harmony M.Ado A.Netb. 2 31 1292|15 When love speak», the voice of all the Gods makes heaven drowsy with the harmony

Love's Labor LOA. 41 3 1641 7 Soft ftillness and the touches of the night become sweet harmony Mer. of Venice. 31 1 219|2|35 Such harmony is in immortal souls

Ibid. 51 12192/41 — Like a cunning instrument put into his hands that knows no touch to tune the har. mony

Richard ii. 11 31 417 2 40 He is full of harmony

Troilus and Cressida. 5) 187112132 Harness. At least we'll die with harness on our backs

Marbetb. 5 5 3852|17 Leap thou, attire and all, through proof of harness to my heart Ant. and Cleop. 41 81 793 Great men should drink with harness on their throats

Timon of Arbens. 1 21 807 1135 Rarp. Gracious duke, harp not on that; nor do not banith reason for inequality Meal. fur M. 51 9812 3 - I framed to the harp many an English ditty

i Henry iv. 3 1 458 1/26 - not on that string, madam, that is paft

Richard i. 4. 4 662245 on it still fall I, 'till heart-string breaks

Ibid. 4) 4 6622 47 - on that still

Coridanus. 2 31 718248 Harp'd. Thou haft harp'd my fears aright

Macberb.4 1 3782119 Harper cries :-'tis time, 'tis time

Ibid. 4) 1 3777156 Harping on what I am, not what he knew I was

Ant. and Cleop. 1311 7892142 Still harping on my daughter

Hamlet. 21 2 101211 7 Harpy. Rather than hold three words conference with this harpy Mu. Ado Abt. Notb. 2 1127244 Harrow. Let the Volces plough Rome, and harrow Italy

Coriolanus. 5 31 7351152 It harrows me with fear and wonder

Hamler. 1 Harry'd. I repent me much that I so harry'd him

An!. and Cleop3 37832116 Harshness. Turn'd her obedience, which is due to me, to stubborn harshness M. Night's D. i 1 176012 Rarph-sounding rbimes. To whom he sung in rude harín-founding rhimes

K. Jobn. 4 Hart. That instant, was I turn’d into a hart; and my desires, like fell and cruel hounds, e'er fince pursue me

Twelfth Nigbr. 1 13072 1 Here wast thou bay'd brave hart

Julius Cæfar. 3 1754 1/17 O world! thou waft the forest of this hart

Ibid. 31.11 7541121 The hart Achilles keeps thicket

Troil. and Cres: 2 3.871114 The swiftest harts have posted you by land

Cymbeline. 21 4 90421 5 Our Britains harts die flying, not our men

Ibid. 5 31 921110 Let the strucken deer go weep, the hart ungalled play

Hamlet. 3) 21021752 Harvest. Frame the season for your own harvest

Much Ado About Notbeli

3 124/259 When wit and youth is come to harvest, your wife is like to reap a proper man Tr. N. 3) 1 And reap the harvest which that rascal fow'd

2 Henry vi. 3 1 586 244 I'll blaft his harvest, if your head were lay'd

3 Henry vi. 51 71 632222 Though we have spent our harvest of this king, we are to reap the harvest of his son

Richard ii. 2 21 6461157

Ibid. To reap the harvest of perpetual peace by this one bloody trial of Marp war 5 2 6652 2 And in his spring became a harvest

Cymbeline. I

1894/1/16 Harveft-bome. There's my harvest-home

Merry W. of Wind. 2 Harveft-man. Like to a harvest-man, that's task'd to mow or all, or lose his hire Cor. 1 3 7071131 He. But He, that hath the steerage of my course, direct my fail

Rom. and Jul. 1 4 9731 32 Head. I'll yield him thee asleep, where thou may'st knock a nail into his head Tempeft. 3) 2 141 unmellow'd, but his judgment ripe

Two Gent. of Verona. 2. 41 301 51 Can you cut off a man's head? If the man be a batchelor, Sir, I can; but if he be a married man, he is his wife's head, and I can never cut off a woman's head Meas. for M. 41 2 9312 14

Lid. To the head of Angelo accuse him home and home

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961240 From the crown of his head, to the fole of his foot, he is all mirth M. Ado A. Notb.32 133 = 2

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A.S. P. C.L. - of Holofernes in the character of Judas compared ironically

Love's Lab. Loft. 1 1 95019736

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And stick mulk roses in thy Neek mooth head

Mid). Night's Dream. 4.11189)
Your falt tears head
He means to recompense the pains you take by cutting off your heads

All's Well.1 3 282|123
This tongue, that runs so roundly in thy head, should run thy head from thy un-

K. Jobu. 51.41 4092 49 reverend shoulders To save our heads by railing of a head

Ricbard ii. 2

11 42118 For if their heads had any intellectual armour, they could never wear such heavy

i Henry iv. 1 3 4472/40 head pieces I'll see if his head will stand steadier on a pole, or no

Henry v. 31 7 5262|24 That head of thine doth not become a crown

2 Henry vi. 47 596 227 They took his head, and on the gates of York they set the same

Ibid. 1 600 126 Until my misshap'd trunk, that bears this head, be round impaled with a glorious

3 Henry vi. 2) 1 6101|16 crown

Ibid. 31 6199 The kingly crown'd head

Coriolanus.lil 17042115
Not that our heads are some brown, some black, some auburn, some bald Ibid. 2 37161217

For that good hand, thou sent'st the emperor, here are the heads of thy two noble
fons

Titus Ardronicus. 31 1 843|2|24
Our head shall go bare, till merit crown it
Beat at this gate and let thy folly in, and thy dear judgment out

Troilo and Cref:31 2 87329

Lear. 11 41 937-16 That eyeless head of thine was first fram’d flesh to raise my fortunes

Ibid. 4) 6959 1134 Head (army.) Three times hath Henry Colingbroke made head against my power 1 H.iv. 3 1 457|2/20 And a head of gallant warriors, no le gentlemen

Ibid. 41 41 467 2115
We were enforc'd, for safety fake, to fly out of your light, and raise this present
head

Ibid. st 1 468 135
Doing the execution and the act for which we have in head affembled them Hen. v.2
Making another head to fight again

3 Henry viile 1 610 - 34 Tullius Aufidius then had made new head

Coriolanus. 3 1.7191117 Headier. And am fallen out with my more headier will

Lear. 2.49432150 Headless. And smooth my way upon their headless necks

2 Henry vi.fi
And help to set a head, on leadleis Rome

Titus Andronicus.) 1
Headlung. Hence will I drag thee headlong by the heels

2 Henry vi. 4110 59912 Head-lugg'd. Whose reverence the head-lugg'd bear would lick

Lear. 4) 2 75412
Head-piece. He that has a house to put s head in, has a good head-piece
Head-stail. And a head-stall of theep's-leather

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Head-Strong.

Tell these head-strong women what duty they do owe their lords and husbands How now, my head strong? where have you been gadding Romeo and Juliet. 41 2 990)

118/214 Heady rafh. Nor heady rash provok'd with raging ire

Comery of Errors. 31 1
Heairb thall live free and fickness freely die

All's Well. 2
Canft thou when thou command't the beggar's knee, command the health of it

Henry v.4
It gives me an estate of seven year's health

Coriolanus. 2
Brutus is wise, and, were he not in health, he would embrace the means to come
by it

Yul. Caf. 2
Timon, thore healths will make thee, and thy state, look ill

Tim. of Arbens.
to you, valiant sir, during all question of the gentle truce

Ir. and Crep: 41 87712
Of healths five fathom deep

Romeo and Juliet."
No jocund health, that Denmark drinks to day, but the great cannon to the clouds
Thall tell

Hamlet. I
For on his choice depends the safety and the health of the whole state

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Healths.me. To whole foul mouth no healthsome air breathes in

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A. S. P. C. L. Hearing improved by the want of fight

Mid. Nigbt's Dream.3, 21 1862135 - 'Tis a good hearing, when children are toward --But a harsh hearing, when women are froward

Taming of ibe Sbrew. 5 2 276 2 54 Heart. The cry did knock against my very heart

Tempef.: 2

21134 Piteous heart

Ibid. 1 2141 Inward joy enforced my heart to smile

Two Gent. of Verona. 1 2
as far from fraud as heaven from earth

Ibid. 27
He grieves my very heart-strings

Ibid. 41 2

391|19 - If you knew his pure heart's truth

39 149. as full of sorrows as a sea of sands

Ibid. 4 3

40 1/24 Here is the heart of my purpose

Merry Wives of Windjera 2) 2 56'112 My heart is ready to crack with impatience

Ibid. 22 56:29.
Unfit to live, or die : Oh, gravel heart

Measure for Measure.41 3 6 1 14
I am pale at my heart to see thine eyes so red : thou must be patient Ibid.4 3 962 52
In the lawful name of marrying, to give our hearts united ceremony M.W. of Wind. 4, 6,
Of his heart's meteors tilting in his face

Com. of Errors. 4 2 1132/13.
My heart prays for him, though my tongue do curse

Ibid. 4 2 1132139 One whose hard heart is button'd up with steel

Ibid.412 1132148. That I had not a hard heart

Mu. Ado About Nurbing. 1

1222 35 But prays from his heart

Ibid. 1

11 123,14 In her bosom I'll unclasp my heart

Ibit. 1 124 1156 All hearts in love, use their own tongues

Ibid. 2

1127110 You have a merry heart a

Ibid. 2 I 128 1 21 Nature never formed a woman's heart of prouder stuff than that of Beatrice Ibid.3 132/1/23 Taming my wild heart to thy loving hand

Ibist. 3 1 132 2/37. He hath a heart as found as a bell

Ibid. 32 133 1 5. O God that I were a man! I would eat his heart in the market-place Ibid. 4! 1401 3 By the heart's still rhetorick disclosed with eyes

Love's Labor Loft.12 11 154,1124 A light heart lives long

Ibid.15! 2 1661 30 . A heavy heart bears not an humble tongue

Ibia. 5) 2 17311139 My heart is true as steel

Midsummer Night's Dream. 2 2

18012151 - One heart, one bed, two bosoms and one troth

Ibid.23 182 11 4 - Pierc'd through the heart with your stern cruelty

Ibid. 3 2 185223. The virtue of my heart, the object and the pleasure of mine eye, is only Helena Ib. 4) 11911139 Man's heart is not able to report what my dream was

Thid. 41 1 1912 19. That left pap where heart doth hop

Ilid. 52195120 - Let my liver rather heat with wine, than my heart cool with mortifying groans

Mercb. of Venice. I 1981 42 Outbrave the heart most daring on the earth

Ibid. 21 2021149 My conscience hanging about the neck of my heart

Ibid.2

20212141 I have too griev'd a heart to take a tedious leave

Ibid. 2. 7 2071115. Rough hearts of Aint

Ibid. 4 1) 215 I thought thy heart had been wounded with the claws of a lion As You Like It. 5 2 2460 59 wounded it is but with the eyes of a lady

Ibid. 5 2 2461161 Too capable of every line and trick of his sweet favour

All's Will. 1 12781150 My heart hath the fear of Mars before it

Ibid.)

1) 2951153 If my heart were great 'twould burst at this

Ibid. 4 31 29912 50 0, the, that hath a heart of that fine frame, to pay this debt of love but to a brother

Twelfth Night. 1 13072116 - I will on with my speech in your praise, and then thew you the heart of my mersage

Ibid. 53121138 I have said too much unto a heart of stone

Ibid. 3) 4 324 213 He started one poor heart of mine in thee

Ibid. 11 327 1125 Do't and thou hast the one half of my heart; do't not, thou split'rt thine own W.T.I 2337/2 2 1 I saw his heart in his face

Ibid. 1 2 338 2/30 Who could refrain, that had a heart to love, and in that heart courage to make his love known

Macbeth.2 3 3712149 - I would not have such a heart in my bosom for the dignity of the whole body Ibid. 51 383210 The heart I bear shall never fagg with doubt, nor shake with fear

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K. J bn. 5 2 40911135 The tackle of my heart is crack'd and burnt

Ibid. 57 411 1165 My heart hath one poor string to stay it by which it holds but till thy news be uttered

Ibichols 7 4112 You lose a thousand well disposed hearts

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A.S. P. C.L. Heart. My heart is great, but it must break with silence, ere't be disburden'd with a liberal| tongue

Ricbard i. 2

1421/2160 Shew me thy humble heart, and not thy knee, whose duty is deceivable and false

Ibi..2 Swell'st thou proud heart, I'll give thee scope to teat

Ibid. 31 31 4292139 Your heart is up, I know, thus high at least, although your knee be low Ibid.31 3 430141 With hearts in their bellies no bigger than pins' heads

i Honry iv. 41 2465 2 Each heart being set on bloody courses, the rude scene may end 2 Henry iv. 1 1 475153 My heart bleeds inwardly, that my father is so fick

Ibid. 21 2 481235 We carry not a heart with us from hence, that grows not in a fair consent with ours

Henry v.12 21 5160 5 But a good heart, Kate, is the sun and the moon

Ibid. 5) 21 539/2 25 Your hearts I'll stamp out with my horse's heels

1 Henry vi. 1 41 5491121 My hand would free her, but my heart says no

i Henry vi. 51 41 566 159 A pure unspotted heart never yet tainted with love I send the king

567 214 A heart unspotted is not easily daunted

2 Henry vi. 3 My heart is drown’d with grief, whose food begins to fiow within mine eyes Ibid. 3 5851130 What stronger breaft-plate than a heart untainted

Ibid. 3 2 58911116 And even now my burden'd heart would break, should I not curse them Even at this fight, my heart is turn’d to stone

Ibid. 60112 48 My heart for anger burns

3 Henry vi.fi 2 604 1/43

Ibid. 1 Hath thy fiery heart so parch'd thy entrails

4

60827 My furnace-burning heart

Ibid. 2

1 6101131 And I will speak, that so my heart may burst

Ibid.15) 5

631126 Cursed be the heart, that had the heart to do it

Richard ii. 1

21 635 2 12 - I would to God, my heart were fint like Edward's

Ibid. 1 3 639127 - You scarcely have the hearts to tell me so, and therefore cannot have the hearts to

41 6422 54 We know each other's faces; for our hearts, -he knows no more of mine, than I

Ibid. 31 41 6512154 The murderous knife was dull and blunt, 'till it was whetted on thy none-hard heart

Richard iii. 4

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6621 Send to her by the man that New her brothers a pair of bleeding hearts Leave behind your son George Stanley: look your heart be firm, or else his head's alTurance is but frail

Ibid.41 41 6641130 My heart is ten times lighter than my looks

Ibid. 5 3 665223 A thousand hearts are great within my borom

669125 Cold hearts freeze allegiance in them

Henry viii. 2675"/16 Your heart is crammid with arrogancy, spleen and pride

Ibid. 31 41 685 1 4 Do my service to his majesty: he has my heart yet; and thall have my prayers while I shall have my life

Lid. 31 1 I would 'twere something that would fret the Atring, the master cord of his heart Ibid. 3 2 689 2 6 Bear witness, all that have not hearts of iron, with what a sorrow Cromwell leaves his lord

Ibid. 6 21 692 2127 I speak it with a single heart

Ibid. 52 699 147
The councellor hicant

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Now put your thields before your licarts, and fight with hearts more proof than thields

Ibid. i 41 708145
His heart's his mouth

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722 11 5 Measureless liar, thou hast made my heart too great for what contains it Ibid. 51 51 738257 Plucking the entrails of an offering forth, they could not find a heart within the beati 1

7. Cæfar.2 21 750 28 Cæfar should he a beast without a heart, if he should stay at home to day for fear Jl is.2

2 75012/10 Our hearts you ke not, they are pitilul

Ibist. 3 1 7532138 My heart is in the coffin there with Cæsar, and I must pause till it come back to me 15.13 2755258 Within a heart dearer than Plutus' mine, richer than gold

Ibid. 41 31 759 250 His captain's heart, which in the lcumes of great fights hath burit the buckles on his breast reneges all teniper

Aniony ard Clopot 1767.15 But my full heart remain in use with you

31 770 2153 And, for his ordinary, pays his heart, for what his eyes eat only

Ibid. 2

27761117 My heart was to thy rudder ty d by the strings, and thou Mould't tow me after Ibid. 31 9178727 This blows my heart; if (wift thought break it not

Ibid.41 6792 2 17 Once be stronger than thy continent, crack thy frail cafe

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Timon of Athens 41 21 81911,36 Heart. Yet do our hearts wear Timon's livery

Titus Andronicus. 21 31 839143 But be your heart to them, as unrelenting fint to drops of rain

Ibid. 3 1 8432131 And be my heart an ever-burning hell

Ibid. 31 2 8441 45 - beats in this hollow prison of my flesh

Ibid. 51 31 8542114 My heart is not compact of Aint, nor steel ; nor can I utter all our bitter grief

Troil. and Crelli 1

1 858130 When my heart as wedged with a ligh would rive in twain

Ibid. I 3 862 136 of our numbers

Ibid. 3) 2 8731 7 - My heart beats thicker than a feverish pulse

Cymbeline. 17 899135 But even the very middle of my heart is warm’d by the rest – Take it : and hit the innocent manfion of my love, my heart: fear not: 'tis empty of

Ibid.31 41 9092158 all things but grief - But his Aaw'd heart (alack too weak the confi& to support) 'twixt two extremes of

Lear. 5 3 96424 passion, joy and grief, burst smilingly O serpent heart, hid with a flowering face

Romeo and Juliet. 3) 2 984160

Othello. 4 11069|127 - No, my heart is turn'd to stone; Iftrike it, and it hurts my hand Heart-blood. Thy heart-blood I will have for this day's work

i Hen. vi. 11 3 548111 5 - of beauty

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Heart-break. Better a little chiding, than a great deal of heart-break Merry W.of Wind. (5) 3
Heart-burn'd. I never can see him but I am heart-burn'd an hour after M. A. A. Norb. 2 1125 1141.
God-a-mercy! so lould I be sure to be heart-burn'd

i Henry iv. 31 31 462 122 Heart-burning. In all compliments of devoted and heart-burning heat of duty

Love's Lab. Loft. 1 I 15014 Heart's-ease. Such men as he be never at heart's ease

Julius Cæfar. 1 2 744121 · O, an you will have me live, play-heart's-ease

Romeo and Juliet. 41 5993 2 4 Heart-beaviness. Shall I to-morrow be at the height of heart-heaviness As You Like It. 5 2 2462 23. Heart of loss.

Antony and Coleop. 410 794 129 Heart-forrozving peers

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Heart's-table. To fit and draw his arched brows, his hawking eye, his curls, in our
heart's-table

All's Well. 1 I 2781150
Hearted.
My cause is hearted

Otbello. 13.10501253
Hearted obrone.

Ibid. 31 3 1064 150
Heartlings. 'Ods heartlings

Merry Wives of Wind. 31 4
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Let me but hand; I will not hurt your hearth

Coriolanus. 41 57282123
This extremity hath brought me to thy hearth

Ibid. 41 51 7291124
Being banish'd for 't he came to my hearth

Ibid. 51 51 738123
Heat.
One heat another heat expels

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2 Henry iv. 41 3 496 1153 We must do something, and i' the heat

Lear. 1 1 932222 It is a business of some heat

Otbello. 1

210462125 Heaib. Long heath

Tempeft. 1
Or why upon the blasted heath you stop our way with such prophetic greeting Macb. 1 3 365 426
Hrave. And with a great heart heave away this storm

K. John. 5 240811150
him away upon your winged thoughts athwart the sea
To heave the traitor Somerset from hence

Henry v. 5 cb 53612 56 I'll venture one heave at him

Henry vi. 511 59912 45 Bonnetted, without any further deed to heave them at all into their estimation and

Henry viii. 21 report

Coriolanus. 2) 2 715114 - I had as lief have a reed that will do me no service as a partizan I could not heave I cannot heave my heart into my mouth

121 77801146 Begin to heave the gorge

Lear. 1

0 93011500 Heav'd thence

Otbello. 2 1 10532 42
Onc heav'd a-high, to be hur!'d down below

Tempeft. 112
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