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A. S. P. C.L. Monument. To the monument; there lock yourself, and send him word you are dead

Ant. and Cleop. 411 794 215 This grave fall have a living monument

Hamlet. 5 110362135
Mi.d. You spend your passion on a mispris'd mood

Midf. Night's Dream. 3) 2
Whcm, in my mood, I stabb'd unto the heart

Two Gent. of Verona. 4 1

381140 Abetting him to thwart me in my mood

Comedy of Errors. 2

21 108/23 My wife is in a wayward mood to-day

Ibid. 41 41 115 128 For airections, masters of paffion, sway it to the mood of what it likes or loaths

Mer. of Venice. 41 | 215125 He must observe their mood on whom he jests

Twelfıb Nigbi. 3 1 320 1 58 That close aspect of his does shew the mood of a much troubled breast K. Jcbr. 412 403235 Whem fome three months since I fabb'd in my angry mood at Tewkesbury R. iil." 21 637 228 One of his father's moods

Coriolanus. 1 3! 70712

6 Fortune is merry, and in this mood will give us any thing

J. Cafar. 3 2 757 1 46 In that mood the dove will peck the estridge

Ant, and Cleop. 311|7902/19 When fortune, in her shift and change of mood

Timon of Athens. I 80412 Bring oil to fire, snow to their colder moods

Lear. 2 2 941137 O the blest gods! 10 will you wish on me, when the raih mood is on

Ibid.2 4 944210 Her mood wail needs be pity'd

Hamlet. 41 510281|44 You are but now cast in his mood

Othello.21 310572 3 Unused to the mciting mood

Oibelio. 5) 21078 2129 Monly. How now, moody

Tempeft." and dull melanchiy

Comedy of Errors. 51 1 1172 10 But being mordy, give him line and scope

2 Henry iv. 414 497 2 49 The duke hath baninh'd moody discontented fury

i Herry vi. 31 1 55611-5 The cardinal-mobferve, obferve he's moody

Henry vii. 31 2 6891125 Mufick, mocdy tood of us that trade in love

Anecry and Cloop. 25 7771159 discontented fouls

Richard H. 51 655112
And, as foon mov'd to be moody, and as soon moody to be mov'd Rome and Julier. 31 1 9812153
Nfcedy-mad. But rather moody-mad and desperate itags, turn on the bloody hounds with
heads of steel

i Henry vi. 41 21 5612151 Muin. You would list the moon out of her (pliere

Tempe. 2
Man in the moon

Ibid. 2 2 11- 49 , by this pale queen of night I swear

I'mu. (02.0f Verra. 42 39121 The moon was a month old, when Adam was no more; and Paught not to five weeks, when he came to five score

Love's Labor LP. 4 21 15911119 My love her mistress is a gracious moon

Ibid. 1 3 162 2150 My face is but a moon, and clouded too

Ibid. 5 21 1672 59 Vouchsafe, bright moon, and these thy stars to fine

10,0.5) 21671265 Thus change I like the moon

Ibid. 5 2 10811 8 Our nuptial hour draws on space ; four happy days bring in another moon 11.Nos.D. Il 17511 5 The moon, like to a silver how new bent in heaven

Ibid. 1 1 1751115 Chaunting faint hymns to the cold fruitless moon

Ibia. 1 176139 - The moon, the governess of the floods, paie in her anger, washes all the air, that rheumatic diseases do abound

Ibid. 2 2 1801112
The moon, methinks, looks with a watery eye

Ibid. 3 1 185119
I'll as soon believe this whole carth may be bored; and that the moon may thro' the
center creep, and so displease her brother's noon tide with the antipodes Ibid. 3 2 185 216
We the globe can compass soon, swifter than the wand'ring moon

Ibid. 1901
Let us listen to the moon

Ibid. 1 1
This lanthorn doth the horned moon present

Iid. 51 1

194212 Sweet moon, I thank thee for thy sunny beams

194 2152 How the icon sleeps with Endymion, and would not be awak'd Mercb. of Venic.. 220 11-7 By yonder moon, I swear you do me wrong

ibid. 511 220219 'Tis like the howling of Irish wolves againit the moon

As You Like It. 247 131 Lord, how bright and goodly mines the moon

Tam, of ihe Straw. 5 273'13 changes, even as your mind

Ibid.4 5 273 143 'Tis not that time of the moon with me, to make one in so skipping a dialogue T.Night. 5 312145 Upon the corner of the moon there hangs a vaporous écop profound Mabob. 351 3773115 Five mcons were seen to night: four fixed; and the hith did whirl about the other four, in wond'rous motion

K. br. 4 2 404'238 The pale-fac'd moon looks bloody on the cath

Ribard i. 24 425245 Being governed as the sea is, by our noble and chaste mistress the moon, under whose countenance wi-feal

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A. S. P. C.L. Moon. Minions of the moon

i Henry iv.1 2 4431122 Ibid. 1

2 For the fortune of us that are the moon's men, doth ebb and now like the sea

443 1 27 Methinks, it were an easy leap to pluck bright honour from the pale-fac'd moon 16.1

31 447 | 9 And I, in the clear 1ky of fame, o'er-thine you as much as the full moon doth the cinders of the element

2. Henry iv.14 31 4962/25 - That I being govern'd by the wat'ry moon, may send forth plenteous tears to drown the

Ric od 11.2

21 646114 world They threw their caps as they would hang them on the horns o'the moon Coriolanus.fi

7052 16 Be-mock the modeft moon

Ibid. 1 11 706122 And scarr'd the moon with splinters

Ibid. 41 51 7291156 The noble filter of Publicola, the moon of Rome

Ibid. 51 31 735;2129 Our terrene moon is now eclips'd; and it portends alone the fall of Antony A. &C.311 789,254

Ibid. 41 91 7932 O sovereign mistress of true melancholy

Ibid. 4 101 79412) 2 Let me lodge Lichas on the horns o' the moon The visiting moon

Ibid.4 13 7971129 Now the fleeting moon no planet is of mine

How came the noble Timon to this change?--As the moon does, by wanting light to give

Timon of Atben. 4 3 8201 But then renew I could not, like the moon; there were no luns to borrow of Ibid. 4) 3 820 7150 The moon's an arrant thief, and her pale fire she snatches from the sun Ibid. 41 38242112 So palc did thine the moon on Pyramus, when he by night lay bath'd in maiden blood

Tit. Andrun. 2

4 840 128 I am a mile beyond the moon

Ibid. 4) 3 848 222 If Cæsar can hide the sun from us with a blanket, or put the moon in his pocket, we will pay him tribute for light

Cymbeline. 31 906240

Lear. 2
Conjuring the moon to stand his aufpicious mistress

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6 Methought his eyes were two full moons; he had a thousand noses

957 1138 Packs and sects of great ones, that ebb and fiow by the moon

Ibid. 51 31 962 1155 By yonder blessed moon I vow

Romeo and Julici.2 21 9762

Ibid. 2 0, swear not by the moon, the inconstant moon

2 9762 3 And the moist star, upon whose influence Neptune's empire stands, was sick almost to dooms-day with eclipse

Hamlc. 1 1 10002148 And thirty dozen moons, with borrow'd meen

Ibid. 3/ 2102011141 It is the very error of the moon; the comes more near the earth than the was wont, and makes men mad

0:belle.151 31077|1| 7 Moon-beams. To fan the moon-beams from his sleeping eyes Mid. Night's Dream. 3 Mcon-calf.

Tempeft. 2 2 Muonih. Being but a moonish youth

As You Like It. 3 2 23811/32 Moonligbr. Ill met by moon light

Midf. Nigbr's Dr.12 179/2/20 There is two hard things; that is to bring the moon-light into a chamber

1832 12 How sweet the moon-light Neeps upon this bank

Mer. of Venice. 5 2192132 Mcombine. D. P.

Midl. Nigbt's Dream. 175
Thou now requestest moonshine in the water

Love's Labor L f. 51 2
This man, with lanthorn, dog and buth of thorn-prefenteth moon-thine M.N.'sD. 5 1 1932 15
How chance the moonshine is gone, before Thisby comes back and finds her lover 1b.

51951/35 Some twelve or fourteen moonshines

Lcar. 1 2 932232 Moor and more, quibbling on those words

Mercb. of Venice. 31 5 2141123 The Moor is with child by you, Launcelot

Ibid. 31 5 2141123 Take you in this barbarous Moor, this ravenous tiger, this accursed devil Tit. And.s) 3 8532 35 These Moors are changeable in their wills

Orbello. 1 3 10502132 11 jor-dirib. The melancholy of Moor-ditch

i Henry iv. 1 2 443,2136 M p. Will be here with mop and moe

Tempeft. 4 16232 Mpe. To mope with his fat-brain’d followers so far out of his knowledge Henry v. 31 7 526219 - Or but a sickly part of one true sense could not fu mope

Hamle:. 31 4 10242 3 Mping. We were brought moping hither

Tempes.si 21'220 Mpja. D. P.

Winter's Tale. 3331 Meral. You have some moral in this, Benedi&tus

M. Ado About Norb. 31 41 1361 By my troth I have no moral meaning

Ibid. 31 4 136 139 This moral ties me over to time, and a hot summer

flenry v.152 54111 3Fear not my truth; the moral of my wit is-plain and true Troil. and Crefl: 414 830 2140 Moraler. Come, you are too severe a moraler

Oibiliс. 2 31105712131 Moral bilejoply. Not much unlike young men, whom Aristotle thought unfit to hear moral philofophy

Troil. and Cru - 2

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A. S. P. C.L. Mordrake, the Earl of Fife

$ Henry iv. 11 Mordake. And one Mordake and a thousand blue-caps more

Ibid.2 41 4542 59
More, Sir Thomas, is chosen Lord Chancellor

Henry viii. 3 2 692|156
The more and lefs came in with cap and knee

1 Henry iv. 4 31 466!235
And more and less do flock to follow him

2 Henry iv. 1 1| 4752/46
What is he more than another ? -No more than what he shinks he is Troid. and Cre]:12 3 869 2152
More above.

Hamlet. 2 2 1011143
Mre better.

Tempeft. 112

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More corrupter.

Lear. 2) 21 9412 14.
Morefelds. Is this Morefields to muster in

Henry vii. 5 31 70111 22
More-buving. And my more-having would be as a fauce to make me hunger more

Macberb. 41 31 3811145
More-mig btier.

Meas. for Meal. 51 - 100 | 7
Morgan. Belarius disguised under that name. D. P.

Cymbeline.
Morisco. I have seen him caper upright like to a wild morisco

2 Henry vi. 3 1 586 2 28 Morn. Each new morn new widows howl; new orphans cry

Macberb. 41 3 380214
Be it in the morn when every one will give the time of day

2 Henry vi. 3 1 583 1 46
The grey-ey'd morn (miles on the frowning night

Romeo and Juliet.
The morn, in russet mantle clad, walks o'er the dew of yon high eastern hill Hamlet. 1 110011145
Morning. 'Tis fresh morning with me, when you are by at night

Tempeft.3 121240 - As the morning fteals upon the night melting the darkness

Ibid.)

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The gentle day, before the wheels of Phæbus, round about dapples the drowsy eaft
with spots of
grey

Much Ado About Notb.5 314529
- See, how the morning opes her golden gates, and takes her farewell of the glorious
fun

3 Henry vi. 21 1 609-157 - This battle fares like to the morning's war, when dying clouds contend with grow. ing light

Ibid. 21 5 6141116 - This morning, like the spirit of a youth that means to be of note, begins betimes

Ant. and Cleop. 44 7912 49
I'll say, yon grey is not the morning's eye

Romeo and Juliet. 3 5 987 1152
Morocco, Prince of

Mer. of Ven.

197 Morris. The nine men's morris is filled up with mud

Mid. Night's Dream. 2 2 18017
As fit as a morris for a May-day

All's Well. 2) 2) 285/1152
Morris-pike.

Comedy of Errors. 4 3 114 2 8
Marfil. How doth my dear morsel thy mistress

Meal. for Meaf-32
I found you as a morsel cold upon dead Cæsar's trencher

Ant. and Cleop. 3 11 78912 13
Mert. And then to ligh, as 'twere the mort o'the deer

Winter's Tale. 1 2) 335137 Mort du Vinaigre.

All's Well. 2) 3 2861134 Mortals. He:nan mortals

Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 2 2 180110 Lord, what fools these mortals be

Ibid. 3) 2) 1861 28 As all is mortai in nature, so is all nature in love mortal in folly As You Like It. 21 41 2311126 preparation

All's Well 3 294 1129 This news is mortal to the queen :- look and see what death is doing Winter's Tale. 3 2 345159 I am glad thy father's dead, thy match was mortal to him

Orbello. 5) 21078 1126
Mortal gaie. Alone he enter'd the mortal gate o' the city

Coriolanus./21 21 71512149
Mortal ble. This mortal house I'll ruin, do Cæsar what he can Ant. and Cleop. 51 2 7991|16
Mortal troughis. You spirits that tend on mortal thoughts unsex me here Macbeth. 1 5 3671115
Mortality. He was skilful enough to have liv'd still, if knowledge could have been set
up against mortality

All's Well. I 1 277127
There's nothing serious in mortality: all is but toys

Macbeth. 21 31 37312120 We cannot hold mortality's strong hand

K. Jobn.4) 2 4032/45 And makes such waste in brief mortality

Henry v. 2) 51111150
Killing in relapse of mortality

Ibid.41 31 532 114
Here, on my knee I beg mortality, rather than life preserv'd with infamy i Hen. vi. 4 5 563130
What mortality is! Posthumus, thy head, which is now growing upon thy soul-
ders, shall within this hour be off

Cymbeline. 41 914140
It smells of mortality

Lear. 4 695811113 Murier-piece. He stands there like a morter-piece to blow us

Henry . 5 3 7011136 Mortified. For their dear causes would, to the bleeding, and the grim aların, excite the mortified man

Macberb. 5 2 383/2/44 Moriimer, Edmund and Lady. D.P.

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1 Henry iv. Eari of March

i Henry vi. account of their claim to the crown of England

Ibid. 2 5 554 1148 John, duke of York's. plan for Cade aliuming the name of Jolin Mortimer 2 H. vi. 31 586/2/20

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2 Henry vi. 41 61 595/2/18

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Sir Hugh. D.P. 3 Henry vi. 603
Morton. D. P.

2 Henry iv.

473 Mofe. Like to mose in the chinc

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 12651128 Moss. Yea and furr'd moss besides, when flowers are none, to winter-ground thy corre

Cymbeline. 4 9171123 Moft. But always resolute in most extremes

i Henry vi. 4 i 560 117

Hamlet. 21 21011 1139
Moft beft.
Moft poereft.

Lear. 2. 39422116
Hote. You found his mote, the king your mote did see, but I a beam do find in each of
three

Love's Lab. Loft.41 3 1621/22 A mote it is, to trouble the mind's eye

Hamlet. 1 1 100012142
Morb. D. P. - Love's Labor Loft. p. 147.

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A moth will turn the balance which Pyramus, which Thifbe, is the better Ibid.

5 1 195 142 Thus hath the candle fing'd the moth

Mer. of Venice. 2 9 208 210 Walh every moth out of his conscience

Henry v. 4 1 529 112 A moth of peace

Orbello. Il 310492137 Mober weeping

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 3 29139 represented by a shoe with a hole in it

2952 No longer staying but to give the mother notice of my affair Meas. for Meal15

7912 49 of fools

Much Ado About Notb. 2 1 12712159 When I said, a mother, methought you saw a ferpent

All's Well.

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2812 48 Your mother was most true to wedlock, prince ; for the did print your royal father off, conceiving you

Winter's Tale. 51 1 35911 It cannot be call d our mother, but our grave

Macbeth. 41 31 382 121 For the certain knowledge of that truth, I put you o'er to heaven and to my mother

K. Jobr. 1) 3881 Your tale must be, how he employed my mother

Ibid. 1 1 388/2/18 And I a gasping new deliver'd mother

Richard 1.2 As a long parted mother with her child, plays fondly with her tears, and smiles in meeting

Ibid. 3 2 4262116 Wilt thou pluck my fair son from mine age, and rob me of a happy mother's name

Ibid. 5) 21 436220 Whiles the mad mothers with their howls confus'd do break the clouds Henry v.3) 31 522120 But all my mother came into mine eyes, and gave me up to tears

Ibid. 41 53312 31 As looks the mother on her lowly babe, when death doth close his tender dying eyes

i Henry vi. 3 3 55812 27 How will my mother, for a father's death, take on with me and ne'er be satisfy'd

3 Henry vi.25 61412 54 Thy mother felt more than a mother's pain, and yet brought forth less than a mother's hope

Ibid. 51 663211 1 A mother only mock'd with fair babes

Ric erd iii. 41 41 660 1 14 He no more remembers his mother now, than an eight year old horse Coriclanus. 541 73711136 Thall but smile, when they behold their infants quarter'd with the hands of war

Julius Cæfar. 3 1 75412 26 o, how this mother swells toward my heart

Lear.2 4 943147
I was your mother much upon these years that you are now a maid Rom. and Jul. 1 31 97112 27
Mother's pains. Turn all her mother's pains and benefits to laughter and contempt Lear." 493712 33
Mother's son. Now, by my mother's son, and that's myself, it shall be moon or star, or
what I lift

Taming of the Sbrew. 4 5) 2732 23
Motions. Made daily motions for our home return

Comedy of Errors. I

11032133 Your father and my uncle have made motions

Merry W. of Windsor. 3 4
Self-unable motion

All's Well. 3) 1 29012138
Then he compass'd a motion of the prodigal son

Winter's Tale.41 21 3491155 Your reason ?-I see it in my motion, have it not in my tongue Ant. and Cleop.121 31 777' 5 Things in motion sooner catch the eye, than what not itirs Troilus and Cre]: 3 3 876151

Abus'd her delicate youth with drugs, or minerals, tha: weaken motion O bello. I 2110461221 - A maiden never bold; of spirit so still and quiet, that her motion bluth'd at herself

Ibid. 1 3 1043 | 8 Motive. As it hath fated her to be my motive, and helper to a husband All's Well.4) 4 30027

Her wanton spirits look out at every joint and motive of her body Troil, and Crij:45.881243 Motley fool

As You Like It. 2 7 232 2 8 Inveft me in my motley; give me leave to speak my mind, and I will th:ough and through, cleanse the foul body of the infected world

Ibid. 21 71 232.2154

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A.S. P. C.L. Motley. Will you be married, motley

As You Like It 3! 31 239|227 I wear not motley in my brain

Twelfıb Nigbr.1 51 311 1113 Or to see a fellow in a long motley coat, guarded with yellow, will be deceived

Prologue to Henry viii. 671116 Motley-minded. This is the motley-minded gentleman

As You Like It. 5 4 24811137. Move. With words that in an honest suit might move

Comedy of Errors. 4 2 113223 Let me but move one question to your daughter

Mu. Ado Alout Nutb. 41 137 2 59 If this letter move him not, his legs cannot: I'll give't him

Tw. Nigbr.13 4 324739 I shall never move thee in French, unless it be to laugh at me

Henry v. 5 21 53912152 If I could pray to move, prayers would move me

Jul. Cajar. 31 1 5722/24 · I'll move the king to any Mape of thy preferment

Cymbeline. 1 6 89812140 To move is--to stir; and to be valiant is to stand wit

Rom. and Juliet."

1 967 216 We have had no time to move our daughter

Ibid. 3! 4 986 2 48 My wife must move for Cailio to her mistress

0:bello. 21 3105812129 Mrucalle. What's a moveable ? a joint-stool

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 2 1 261 250 Mu'd in good time: let him that mov'd you hither, remove you hence

Ibid. 2 1 2612145 Prayers and tears have mov'd me, gifts could never

2 Henry vi. 4 7 596 1155 I am guiltless, as I am ignorant of what hath mov'd you

Leir." 4 937 220 And hear the sentence of your moved prince

Ibid. I Il 9682 24 Muers. See here these movers, that do prize their hours at a crack'd drachm

Coriclanus. 1 51 708251 Which are the movers of a languishing death; but, though now, deadly Cymbeline. 6, 898128 Miving graces

Meisure for Mrafure. 2

831125 Mult. No mates for you unless you were of gentler, milder mould Tam. of ibe S brew.l! 1 2551213 The very mould and frame of hand, nail, finger

Winter's Tale. 21 31 342 2/27 Be merciful, great duke, to men of mould

Henry v.312 5201231 All princely graces, that mould up such a mighty piece as this is Henry viii.51 4 702 1/24 This mould of Marcius they to dust would grind it

Cerislanus. 32 7241116 The glass of fashion and the mould of form

Hamlet. 31 1101811 30 M uldid. They say beft men are moulded out of faults

Meas. fır Meal. 51

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2 Herry iv.

473 Things that are mouldy, lack use

Ibid. 3) 2 4901117 Munobt. A sailor's wife had chesnuts in her lap, and mouncht, and mouncht, and mouncht

Macbeb. 1 3! 364/2 3 Miunt. Should you fall, he is the next will mount

2 Henry vi. 31 1 583121 3 We Mall, as i conceive the journey, be at mount before you

Ant. and Cleo. 21 4 777149 Stood challenger on mount of all the age

Hamlei. 41 7.1031129 Countains. These things seem small and undistinguishable like far-eff mountains turned into clouds

Midf. Night's Dream. 41 11911148 But mountains may be removed with earthquakes, and so encounter As You Like It. 21 236 141 Ay, to the proof; as mountains are for winds, that shake not, tho' they blow perpetually

Tam. of the Sbrowo.2 1261146 and rocks more free from motion

King Jobn.22 3941-38 Whiles that his mountain fire-on mountain standing

Henry v. 21 41 51812 45 To make an envious mountain on my back

3 Henry vi. 3/ 2 61812)

2159 O constancy, be trong upon my fide! set a huge mountain 'tween my heart and tongue

Julius Cæfar.2 3 75112119 And if thou prate of mountains, let them throw millions of acres on us Hamler. 5 1 1036214 Mountain of affection.

Mu. Ado Alout Notb. 2 1282111 Muniain of mad fish that claims marriage of me

Comedy of Errors. 4 4 116235 M untain-foreigner.

Merry Wives of Windsor.1 4711 31 Mountaineers. Who would believe that there were mountaineers, dew-lapp'd like bulls, whose threats had hanging at 'em wallets of Aesh

Tempeft. 3 3

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Cymbeline. 421 915151 Dunant. Hold up, you sluts, your aprons mountant

Timon of Aibens. 4 3 821 33 Mountebanks. Prating mountebanks,

Com. of Errers. 1 105244 I'll mountebank their loves

Coriolanus. 3 2 724142 Vounted. And now are mounted where powers are your retainers Henry vui | 41 685117 Michnein. For courage mounteth with occasion

K. Jobr.12

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Love's Labor Lofi.41 1

157 1 10 Wi.urn. The more fool you, Madonna, to mourn for your brother's soul being in heaven

Twelfıb Nigbi. 5 311|1126 We mourn in black; why mourn we not in blood

i Henry vi.j! 1 5471113 The hope the:eof makes Clifford mourn in itsel

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