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A. S. P. C. L. 3 Horn. Paris is gor'd with Menelaus' horn

Troi. and Cref:21 8582:58 Your nail against his horn

Ibid. 41 51 88112 28 Poor Tom, thy horn is dry

9501251 welk'd, and wav'd like the enridged sea

9571139 Horn-mad.

Merry W. of Windsor. 1 5011 57 If I have horns to make one mad, let the proverb go with me, I'll be horn-mad 16.3 5

Comedy of Errors. 2 1106153 If this Mou'd ever happen, thou would'At be horn-mad Mu. Ado About Notb. 1 1 1232 60 Horned man. A horned inan's a monfer, and a beast

Otbello. 411067 2 42 Horner Tbomas. D. P.

2 Henry vi. 571 petition against

Ibid. 1 3 575 137 Horning. 'Tis thought you have a goodly gift in horning

Titus Andron. 2) 383812 22 Herdloge. He'll watch the horologe a double set, if drink rock not his cradle Otbello. 21 31056 1 8 Horribly. I thall be horribly in love with her

M. Ado Ab. Norb. 2) 3) 13112 Horror. O horror ! horror! horror! tongue nor heart cannot conceive, nor name thee Macb. 2 3 371 134 And outface the brow of bragging horror

King Jobn. 14071219 On horror's head, horrors accumulate

Orbello. 31 310631223 Horse cannot fetch, but only carry

Two Gent. of Verona 31 1 351245 Whether that the body public be a horse whereon the governor doth ride M. for M. 1 3 7811 25 An two men ride a horse, one must ride behind

M. Ado Ab. Norb.3) 41 136/243 The dancing horse will tell you

Love's Labor Lef.1 2 150244 The tired horse (imitate] his rider

Ibid. 4 2 1601112 As true as truest horse, that yet would never tire

Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 3) 1 1841 5 Where is the horse, that doth untread again his tedious measures with the unabated fire that he did pace them first

Mer. of Venice. 26 2052 46 His horses are bred better; for, besides that they are fair with their feeding, they are taught their manage

As You Like It, I 12231117 As the horse has his curb, fo man has his desires

Ibid. 31 31 239129 - Thy horses shall be trapp'd, their harness studded all with gold and pearl

Induc. to Taming of tbe Sbremu.

2 253/243 Petruchio's, described

Ibid. 3 2 265125 A horse and a man is more than one, and yet not many

Ibid. 3 2 2651216 The oats have eaten the horses

Ibid.

3 I'd give my bay curtal and his furniture

All's Well. 21 31 2861150 And your horse now would make him an ass

Tw. Nigbt. 21 31 316129 l'll give him my horse, grey Capilet

Ibid. 31 4 3251 49 I'll ride your horse as well as I ride you

Ibid. 31 4 3251154 He will bear you easily, and reins well

Ibid. 31 41 325238 'Tis said, they eat each other

Macbeth. 21 41 372 2113 Hold out my horse, and I will first be there

Ricbard ü. 2 1 4222 27 I was not made a horse, and yet I bear a burden like an ass

Ibid.

5 5 4391/36 If I tell thee a lie, spit in my face, call me horse

1 Henry iv. 2 4 4531155 'Tis like the forc'd gait of a thuffing nag

Ibid.

3

145811 37 Come, let me take my horse, that is to bear me, like a thunder-bolt, against the borom of the Prince of Wales

Ibid. 4) 1 465115 - Let us take any man's horses, the laws of England are at my commandment 2 H.iv. 5) 350526

Think, when we talk of horses, that you see them, printing their proud hoofs i’ the
receiving earth

Henry v. 1 ch. 509129
The Dauphin's description of his horse

Ibid.3 7 525 150 - compared to a mistress

Ibid. 3) 7 525|228 - Before young Talbot from old Talbot fiy, the coward horse that bears me, fall and die

i Henry vi. 4 6 5632 46 Thou ought'st not to let thy horse wear a cloak

2 Henry vi. 41 7 5961 I'll kill my horse, because I will not fly

3 Henry vi. 2 3 613216 Where every horse bears his commanding rein

Ricbard iii. 2 21 64612113 Three times to day my foot-cloth horse did Itumble

Ibid. 3 4 652 219 Give me another horse-bind up my wounds

Ibid. 3! 667 217
A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse !

Ibid. 5! 4 6691144
Anger is like a full-hot horse, who being allow'd his way, self-mettle tires him H.viii. 1 1 673155
Sent for by the Lord Chamberlain, seized by the servants of Cardinal Wolsey Ibid. 2 2 680 2 48
Those that tame wild horses pace 'em not in their hands to make 'em gentle; but
stop their mouths with stubborn bits

Henry viii. 5) 2699 130
He no more remembers his mother now, than an eight year old horse Coriolanus. 5 41 737 36
O&avius compares his horfe to Lepidus

Jul. Ca far. 41 758112

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A.S. P. C.L. Horse. If we should serve with horse and mares together, the horse were merely loft

Ant. and Cleop.37785157 hot at hand, compared to hollow men

Julius Cafar. 4 2 75812 11 O happy horse to bear the weight of Antony

Ant. and Cieop.1 57722 42 If I would fell my horse, and buy twenty more better than he, why, give my horse to Timon; ask nothing, give it him, it foals me straight and able Timon of Atbens. 2 1 809 151 Wert thou a horse, thou would be seiz'd by the leopard

Ibid. 4 3 82311 54 I have a horse will follow where the game makes way, and run like swallows c'er the plain

Tit. Andronicus. 21 21 8391 Thy horse will sooner con an oration, than thou learn a prayer without book

Troi. and Cres: 2 1865 149 Or like a gallant horse fallen in first rank, lie there for pavement to the abject rear

Ibid. 3) 31 8761/29 Take thou Troilus' horse, present the fair steed, to my lady Crellid

Ibid. 5 51 888 262 O, for a horse with wings

Cymbeline. 3 2 907|2|29 I have heard of riding wagers, where horses have been nimbler than the sands that run i' the clock's behalf

Ibid. 3 2 907257 The fitchew, nor the soyled horse, goes to 't with a more riotous appetite Lear. 41 6 9581112 It were a delicate stratagem to thoe a troop of horse with felt

Ibid. 4 69581224 Horfe-back-breaker.

i Henry rv. 2 4 4532 52 Horse-lecches. Like horse-leeches, my boys; to suck

Henry v.2 3/ 518126 Horjemanship. And witch the world with noble horsemanship

i Henry iv.4 1 4651 Horse-piss. I do smell all horse-piss

Tempeft. 41 181/48 Horse-stialer. I think he is not a pick-purse, nor a horse-stealer As You Like It. 31 41 23912 31 Horfing foot on foot

Winter's Tale. I 2 337 1 13 Horter fia. D. P.

Taming of the Sbrew. 251 Hortenfius. D. P.

Tim. of Aib. Hise. He, being in love, could not see to garter his hose ; and you being in love cannot fee to put on your hose

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 281 IS In your doublet and hose this raw rheumatick day Merry Wives of Windjer. 31 581151 Rhimes are guards to wanton Cupid's hose

Love's Libor Lt. 4 3 1611is His youthful hole well sav'd, a world too wide for his shrunk shank As You Like It.2 7 233/2140 A linen stock on one leg and a kerfey boot hose on the other Tam. of the Shrew.32 265 144 Doft make hose of thy neeves

All's Well. 2 3 288128 Hospitable canon. Upon my brother's guard, even there, againit the hospitable canon, would I wash my fierce hand in his heart

Coriolanus.110 711|24.0 Hfpiral. I'll jest a twelvemonth in an hospital

Love's Lalor Loft. 5 2 174155 Hylt of the garter. D. P.

Merry Wives of Wind. *45 Go bear it to the Centaur, where we host

Comedy of Errors.1 2 1042 52 Come, pilgrim, I will bring you where you shall hoft

All's Well.31 5 293144 Ourself will mingle with society and play the humble host

Macberb. 31 41 375 1146 Then as his hoft, who should against his murderer shut the door, not bear the knife myself

Ibid. 1 7 368113 Here, father, take the shadow of this tree for your good hoft

Lear. 5 2 962 016 Haftages. You know now your hostages, your uncle's word, and my firm faith T.&C. 3 2 873 227 Histess. You are retired, as if you were a feafted one, and not the hostels of the meeting

Winter's Tale.41 31 3501 53 Why, what a pox have I to do with my hostess of the tavern

i Henry iv. 1 2 4432) Hostesspip. I should take on me the hostessthip o' the day

Wint. Tale. 41 31 350 162 Hot. "Were they as hot as monkeys

Oibello. 31 310641 1 Your purse is not hot enough to purchase your fpice

Winter's Tale.4 2 349|2|22 livers and cold purses

i Henry iv. 2 4 4541222 The day is bot, and the weather, and the wars, and the king, and the dukes H. v.3) 2 52112) 1 And now, while it is hot l'll put it to the iffue

Henry vii. 5 1 6982 5 Many hot inroads they make in Italy

Ant. ar.d Clep. 1

41 772 1129 Hot-blooded gods affist me

Merry W. of Windjer. 5 5 711142 Hot-bouses. Now The professes a hot-house, which, I think, is a very ill-house too

Meas. for Meal: 211

80223 Hotly. You have been hotly callid for

Otbello. 1 2 10467,99 Hatjpur, Henry, D. P.

i Henry iv. Hotter. No; though thou call'st thyself a hotter name than any is in hell Macbeth. 5 7 385245 Hovel. Hard by here is a hovel; some friendship will it lend you 'gainst the tempest

Lear.3 2 94711:41 And waft thou fain, poor father, to hovel thee with swine

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Comedy of Errors.

S. 4) 2] 11312 44 So dorh the hound (imitate] his master

Love's Labor Loft. 42

1601111 I had rather give his carcase to my hounds

Mid. Night's Dream. 3 2 18512 28. My hounds are bred out of the Spartan kind

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1901234 My love shall hear the musick of my hounds

Ibid. 4 1 190221 Mark the musical confufion of hounds and echo in conjunction

Ibid.

4 19012/25 Huntsman, I charge thee, tender well my hounds Induc. to Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 1 252 18

Thy hourds will make the welkin answer them, and fetch thrill echoes from the hollow earth

Ibid. 2 253247 O hound of Crete, think'st thou my spouse to get

Hen. v. 2

1 515 128 You Mew'd your teeth like apes, and fawn'd like hounds

Jul. Cafar. 5 1 762 157 I do follow here in the chace, not like a hound that hunts, but one that fills up the

Othello. 2310581217 cry Hour. Mischance of the hour

Tempeft. 1
The hour's come back! that I did never hear

Comedy of Errors. 4 2 114 118
If any hour meet a serjeant, a' turns back for very fear

114 119 You will temporize with the hours

Much Ado Ab. Norb. 11 I

124 11 4 France thou shalt rue this hour within this hour

K. John. 3) 1 399 | 8 Unless hours were cups of sack

1 Henry iv. 1 2 442 2 54 Let us hence; and lose no hour, till we meet Warwick with his foreign power

3 Henry vi.'4 16232123 Take all the swift advantage of the hours

Ricbard iii. 4! 1 656 2153 These should be hours for neceflities, not for delights

Henry viii. 5 1696 147 If I myself, there is no hour fo fit as Cæsar's death's hour

Julius Cæfar. 3) 1753 2 21
Pleasure, and action, make the hours seem short

Othello. 2! 310582/24
And lover's absent hours more tedious than the dial eight score times Ibid. 31 4 1066215
Hour glass. I should not see the sandy hour glass run, but I should think of Mallows
and of flats

Mer. of Ven. 1 19712 4
Turning the accomplishment of many years into an hour glass

Henry v.ucb 5091215 where horses have been nimbler than the sands that run i' the clock's behalf Cym. 3 2 90811 Hoajes. Ignominy in ransom and free pardon are of two houses Meal. for Meaj.241

86 1 42 Stop my house's ears, I mean, my casements, let not the sound of shallow foppery enter my sober house

Mercb. of Venice. 2 5 2052 S You take my house, when you do take the prop that doth sustain my house Ibid.4 i 21816 The house doth keep itself, there's none within

As You Like It. 41 31 244 9 O, if you rear this house against this house, it will the wofuleft division prove

Richard i. 4 1 433 2 54 And when we see the figure of the house, then must we rate the cost of the erection

2 Henry iv.1 31 478 238 We house i' the rock

Cymbeline. 3 3 908 1 26 Ak her forgiveness ? do you but mark how this becomes the house

Lear. 24/ 94447 Hous'd. Even now we hous'd him in the abbey here

Comedy of Errors. 5 1 118 2 8 If here you had hous'd him, here he would have been

Ibid. 51 1

119/2138 House-keeping. Your grace hath sworn-out house-keeping

Love's Lab. Loft.2 1153 110 Hosfeless poverty

Lear. 31 41 9481031 Housewife. I play the noble housewife with the time, to entertain it so merrily with a fool

All's Well.2 21 285)2 30 I hope to see a housewife take thee between her legs and spin it off Tw. Nigbt.1 31 3092 19 Your graces find me here part of a housewife

Henry vii. 31 6862131 Pray, be not fick, for you must be our housewife

Cymbeline. 41 21 91511% Husewif’ry. Let housewif'ry appear

Henry v. 2 3 518134 Howl'd. An he had been a dog that should have howl'd thus, they would have hang'd him

Much Ado Ab. Norb.2 31 1292162 But I have words, that would be howl'd out in the desert air

Macberb. 41 31 382 1 57 Howlet's wing

Ibid. 4 1 378" 4 Howling. A plague upon this howling, they are louder than the weather or our office

Tempeft. I

112.14 The virgin-tribute paid by howling Troy to the sea monster Mer. of Venice. 31 21 310 138 It is as fat and fulsome to mine ear, as howling after musick

Tw. Nigh:. 51 32912147 Banished ? O friar, the damned use that word in hell; howlings attend it R. & F. 31398512 12 Haxes. Thou art a coward; with hoxes honesty behind

Winter's Tal. I 21 33612124 Hubert, Lord. D. P,

K. Jobro 387 Huddling jest upon jest

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Mercb. of Ven. 4 1 215111 5 Hal. The hue of dungeons, and the scowl of night

Love's Labor Lot. 41 3) 1631113 I would not change this hue, except to steal your thoughts, my gentle queen

Mercb. of Venice. 2 I 202131 What says the filver, with her virgin hue

Ibid. 2. 7 206/2/20 Of the hue that I would choose, were I to chuse a-new

Titus Andronicus. 1 2 8341117 Fye, treacherous hue ! that will betray with blushing, the enacts and counsels of the heart

Ibid. 4.) 2 847 1/60 Hue-and-cry.

Merry Wives of Windsor. 45 691214 Hug. To hug with swine

K. Jobr. 5 2 409120 their diseas'd perfumes

Timon of Arbens. 41 31 822 121 Huge. Pompey the huge

Love's Lab. Lof. 51 21 1722/47 The hand of time shall draw this brief into as huge a volume

K. John. 2

391|213 If I were a huge man, I Tould fear to drink at meals

Tim.of Arbens. 2 807 1/32 Hugeness. My mistress exceeds in goodness the hugeness of your unworthy thinking Cym.: 58972 41 Hugger-mugger. And we have done but greenly, in hugger-mugger to inter him Hamlet. 41 510291 32 Hulk. Like as rigour of tempestuous guits provokes the mightiest hulk againt the tide

i Henry vi. 5 6569148 Light boats sail swift, though greater hulks draw deep

Troi. and Crefl: 2 3 87112 5 Hull. No, good swabber; I am to hull here a little longer

Twelftb Nigbr. 5 3121 52 Hulling. Thus hulling in the wild sea of my conscience, I did steer toward this remedy

Henry suit.l=1 4 68 Hum. The hum of either army stilly sounds

Henry v.41cb 526256 And his hum is a battery

Coriolanus. 5| 41 737 741 Human. To set her before your eyes to-morrow, human as she is, and without any danger

As You Like It. 5 2 2462 46 Human life. Progress of human life characterized by Jaques, “ All the World's a Stage"

Ibid. 21.7 23312/19 Human mortals.

Midf. Nigbt's Dream. 2 18011 10 Humanity. For what you fee, is but the smallest part and least proportion of humanity

i Henry vi. 2 3 552121 The middle of humanity thou never knew'ft, but the extremity of both ends T.vf A. 41 ? 8231114 Must perforce prey on itself, like monsters of the deep

Lear. 4) 295421 S Humbled. So humbled, that he hath left part of his grief with me, to suffer with bim

Oibello. 31 3105912 59 Humble-visag’d. While we attend, like humble-visag'd suitors, his high will L. L. Loft. 2 1 152 1/40 Humb.y. To come as humbly, as they us'd to creep to holy altars Troil. and Crell: 31 31 8751157 Hume. D. P.

2 Henry vi. 571 Humidity. This unwholsome humidity

Merry Wives of Windsor. 3) 3) Humility. Nor on him put the napless vesture of humility

Coriolanus. 2 1 714145 - In the gown of humility

Ibid.(21 31 716/243 I thank my God for my humility

Richard iii. 21 1 644/2/29 I have founded the very base string of humility

1 Henry iv. 2 41 4512 15 Humour. Conceited humour

Merry W. of Windsor. 13
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The humour rises, it is good, humour me the angels
Here take the humour letter

49/2/20 - of revenge

492135 -Here's a fellow, frights humour out of its wits

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This is fery fantastical humours and jealousies
Lightens my humour with his merry jests

Com. of Errors.1 105113
Now you run this humour out of breath
I am of your humour for that

Mu. Ado About Norb. I
Claw no man in his humour

Ibid. 1 31 1242 52
The carter of his humour

Ibid. 21 31 1311211 Where is but a humour, or a worm

1331120 Gossip-like humour

Ibid.

5 1 1422 51 His humour is lofty

Love's Lab. Loft. 51 116411 48 My chief humour is for a tyrant

Midf. Night's Dream.si 2) 17810/23 i'll not answer that: but, say, it is my humour

Mercb. of Venice. 4) 1 2151|17 That I drave my suitor from his mad humour of love, to a living humour of madness

As You Like It. 3) 2 2381145 - A poor humour of mine, fir, to take that that no man else will

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A.S. P. C.L. Humour.. 'Tis fome odd humour pricks him to this fashion Taming of the Sbrew.13 2 265;1:50 The spirit of humours intimate reading aloud to him

Tw. Nigbt. 2 51 318 2 6 And all the unsettled humours of the land

King Jobn. 2 3911134 - I am now of all humours, that have thew'd themselves humours since the old days of Goodman Adam, to the pupil age of this present twelve o'clock at midnight i H.iv. 21 41 452 153 Then should you be nothing but musical; for you are altogether govern'd by humours

459137 Come, if it were not for thy humours, there is not a better wench in England 2 H. iv. 2 1 480253 He paffes some humours and careers

Henry v. 2 1 51512129 The humour of it is too hot

Ibid.31 2
A bedlam and ambitious humour, makes him oppose himself against his king 2 H.vi. 51
To feed my humour, with thyself no harm

Ricbard ii. 14 1657 | 5 If I were Brutus now, and he were Cassius, he should not humour me 7. Cæfar.1 2 74511 16 - I can give luis humour the true bent

Ibid. 2 1 7481246 Hoping it was but an effect of humour, which sometimes hath his hour with every

Ibid. 2

74911 36 And, for thy humour, I will stay at home

Ibid. 2 27591225 When that raih humour, which my mother gave me, makes me forgetful Ibid. 41 31 760117 You have got a humour there does not become a man

Timon of Athens. 2 807 1 5 A man in whom nature hath so crowded humours, that his valour is crushed into folly

Troi, and Crel 1 28591 34 I'll let his humours blood

Ibid. 2

3 870211 Through all thy veins shall run a cold and drowfy humour, which shall seize each vital spirit

Romeo and Juliet. 41 1 99012/24 Humour'd letter

M.W.of Windf-2 52/2 37 Humourous. The duke is humourous, what he is, indeed, more suits you to conceive, than me to speak of

As You Like It. 1

21 227) 1160 And under-write in an observing kind his humourous predominance Tr, Cre]:/21 31 869 | 31 - He hath hid himself among those trees, to be consorted with the humourous night

Romeo and Juliet. 2 1975 140 Humpbrey. D. P.

3 Henry vi.

603 Hundred pound-knave.

Lear.21 2 94012 20 Hunger. Dost thou so hunger for my empty chair

2 Henry iv. 41 41 499|230 For gods know, I speak this in hunger for bread, not in thirst for revenge Coriolanus. 1 1703/22 broke stone walls

Ibid. 1 1 70525 It gave me present hunger to feed again, though full

Cymbeline. 2 41 9052135 Now I think on thee my hunger's gone

Ibid. 31 6 913112 Hungry. I am hungry for revenge, and now I cloy me with beholding it Ricbard iii. 41 41 6592 45 -Yon Caffius has a lean and hungry look; he thinks too much: such men are dangerous

Jul. Cæfar. I 2) 74411 6 Huru-counter. You hunt-counter, hence ! avaunt

2 Henry iv. 1 2 4761244 Hunter. But when contention and occafion meet, by Jove, I'll play the hunter for thy life

Troil.and Credit 877253

Titus Andronicus. 2 2 837 2150 Huntsmen. D. P.

Induc. to Tam. of the Shrew.

251 Like a jolley troop of huntsmen, come our lusty English

K. Yobn. 2 Hunts-up. Hunting thee hence with hunts-up to the day

Romeo and Julier. 35 987 211 Hurdle. Or I will drag you on a hurdle thither

Ibid.31 51 9882146 Hurl. For he holds vengeance in his hand, to hurl upon their heads that break his law

Richard M.1 41 64311 21 - What our contempts do often hurl from us, we wish it ours again Ant. and Cleop. 1 21 769/2/30 I can hardly forbear hurling things at him

Twelfth Nigbr.13 3221123 Hurly, Ay, and amid this hurly, I intend, that all is done in reverend care of her

Tam. of the Shrew.41 12691 28 Methinks, I see this hurly all on foot

K. fobr.131 41 401 2133 That with the hurly, death itself awakes

2 Henry iv. il 4881117 Hurly-burly. When the hurly-burly's done

Macbeth. 1 1363117 Which gape, and rub the elbow at the news of hurly-burly innovation 1 Henry iv. isi 1 4681 47 Hurricano. Not the dreadful spout which Nhipmen do the hurricano call

Tr. and Crep

2 887 118 Hurricances. You cataracts and hurricanoes, spout 'till you have drench'd our steeples, drown'd our cocks

Letr. 12 294612134 Hurts. I must give myself some hurts, and say, I got them in exploit All's Well. 4. 12951161 Had he his hurts before

Macbetb. 5171 3861222 Rich only in my hurts

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