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A.S. P. Oppugnancy. Each thing meets in meer oppugnancy

Troil. and Cres. || 31 862 Or. If you expect spoon-meat, or bespeak a long fpoon

Comedy of Errors.14 3 114 Or ere. Dying or ere they ficken

Macberb. 4 3) 382 Oracle. I do believe it against an oracle

Tempeft. 141 16 Some oracle must rectify our knowledge

Ibid. 151 - As who Thould say, I am Sir Oracle, and when I ope my lips, let no dog bark

Mercbant of Venice. 1 1 198 From the oracle thoy will bring all

Winter's Tale. 2 1 340 Yet Thall the oracle give rest to the minds of others

Ibid. 2 13401 The burst and the ear deaf ’ning voice o' the oracle kin to Jove's thunder

Ibid. 3) 1 3431 I do refer me to the oracle ; Apollo be my judge

Ibid. 3 2 3451 The oracle of Apollo

Ibid. 3) 2] 3451 There is no truth at all i' the oracle: the sessions thall proceed; this is mere fallehood

Ibid. 3) 2 345" The oracle is fulfill'd; the king's daughter is found

Ibid. 5. 2/ 3601 I, knowing by Paulina, that the oracle gave hope thou wast in being, have preserv'd myself to see the issue

Ibid. 51 336212 These oracles are hardily attain'd and hardly understood

2 Henry vi. 1 4 578 2 My oracle, my prophet !-my dear cousin, I as a child, will go by thy direction

Richard i. 2 2 6462 This oracle of comfort has so pleas'd me

Henry viii. 5 4 702 Think it a bastard, whom the oracle hath doubtfully pronounc'd thy throat mall cut)

Timon of Atb. 4 3

8211 Let my grave-stone be your oracle

Ibid. 5 3 827 Wert thou an oracle to tell me so, I'd not believe thee

Troilus and Crefida. 4 5 88322

Mu. Ado Abr. Norb. 2
Orange Civil as an orange
Give not this rotten orange to your friend

a 137115
Oration. There shall I try in my oration, how the people take the cruel iffue of these
bloody men

Julius Cæfar.131 3 7542 5

Ticus Andronicus. 41 3848259
Tell ine, can you deliver an oration to the emperor with a grace

Comedy of Errors. 3) 2
Oralor. Be not thy tongae thy own Mame'i orator

As You Like I.. 41 124249
Very good orators, when they are out, they will spit

All's Well.5) 3 304/2160
He's a good drum, my lord, but a naughty orator
The king prettily, methought, did play the orator

1 Henry vi. 4 1 561136 To Mew how quaint an orator you are

Henry vi. 3. 2) 589 2110

3 Henry vi.) 2 6061158 I can better play the orator

3 Henry vi. 2

2 61112138 Full well hath Clifford play'd the orator

Ibid. 3/ 2 619 1 26
I'll play the orator as well as Nestor
I'll play the orator, as if the golden fee, for which I plead, were for myself Ricb. ii. 31 56532132

Ibid. 41 41 6602) 4
Poor breathing orators of miseries
I am no orator, as Brutus is: but, as you know me all, a plain blunt man F, Casar. 5) 27562145

Titus Andronicus. 31 1
My tears are now prevailing orators

Much Ado About Norbing. 41
Orb. You seem to me as Dian in her orb

Midf. Nigbt's Dream. 2
I serve the fairy queen to dew her orbs upon the green
There's not the smallest orb, which thou behold’st, but in his motion like an angel

Mer. of Venice. 5 | 219/2 38 sings

Twelfth Nigbr. 3 1 320133
Foolery, fir, does walk about the orb, like the sun
And move in that obedient orb again, where you did give a fair and natural light

i Henry iv. 51 1 4672 46

Timon of Athenis. 4) 31 8192/25
Below thy fifter's orb infect the air
Bleft may you be, that, after this strange starting from your orbs, you may reign

Cymbeline. 5 5 92729 in them now

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Orchards. He hath left you all his walks, his private arbours and new-planted orchards)

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A. S. P. C. L. Ordered. And thus my battle shall be ordered

Rickard iii. 51 31 66812 26 Within my tent, his bones to-night shall lie, moft like a soldier, order'd honourably

Jul. Cajar.5 57651233 Our country-men are men more order'd, than when Julius Cæsar (mild at their lack of skill

Cymbeline. 21 4 9041157 Orderly. You are too blunt; go to it orderly

Tam. of ike Sbrewv. 2 1 260158 You bid me make it orderly and well

Ibid.4 3 271144 Frame yourself to orderly solicits

Cymbeline. = 31 903013 Ordinance. To yawn, be still, and wonder, when one but of my ordinance stood up to speak of peace or war

Coriolanus. 3 2

723116 - Let ordinance come as the gods foresay it

Cymbeline. 4 2 90 128 Ordinant. Why, even in that was heaven ordinant

Hamle. 5 2 103712 19 Ordinaries. I did think thee for two ordinaries, to be a pretty wise fellow All's Well.2, 31 28712129 Ordinary. The ordinary of Nature's sale-work

As You Like It.31 51 24012121 Will make him fly an ordinary pitch

Julius Cæfar. 1*7742 31 These couchings and these low courtesies might fire the blood of ordinary men Ibid. 31 11 7521 54 And, for his ordinary, pays his heart, for what his eyes eat only Antony and Cleop. 12

21 7761217 That which ordinary men are fit for, I am qualify'd in

Lear. 11 41 93511125 Ordure. As gardeners do with ordure, hide those roots that shall first spring, and be most delicate

Henry v.21 41 51812125 Ore. To what metal this counterfeit lump of ore will be melted

All's Well. 3) 6 293243 Like some ore, among a mineral of metals bafe, shews itself pure

Hamlet.4 1/1026133 Organs. Given his deputation all the organs of our power

Meal. for Meal. 7611 2 Every lovely organ of her life Thall come apparell'd in more precious habit

Much Ado About Noth.4) 1 139 141 Thy small pipe is as the maidens organ, Mrill and sound

Twelfth Nigbe. 4) 310 1155 When the mind is quicken’d, out of doubt, the organ, though defunct and dead before, break up their drowsy grave

Henry v. 4 5272115

Tr. & Cr. As if those organs had deceptious functions, created only to calumniate

I will be ruld; the rather, if you could devise it so, that I might be the organ Ham. 471031260 Organ-pipe. And from the organ-pipe of frailty, fings

K. John. 57 411131 Orgillous. The princes orgillous their high blood chafd Prol. 10 Troilus and Credl. 857 1 2 Orisons. Your too much love and care of me, are heavy orisons 'gainst this poor wretch

Herry v. 4

21 516141 Nay, stay; let's hear the orisons he makes

3 Henry vi. 1 4 6082 30 Or have charg'd him at the fixth hour of morn, at noon, at midnight, to encounter me with orisons

Cymbeline. 11 41 896) 14.5 I have need of many orisons to move the heavens to smile upon my state Rom. & 7.4 3 991-159 In thy orisons be all my sins remember'd

Hamler. 31 11017211 Orlando. D. P.

As You Like It. 223 Orleans. D, P. Henry v. p. 509.

a bastard of. D. P. i Henry vi. 543 Mafter gunner of Orleans and his ron. D. P.

Ibid. 543 Rescu'd is Orleans from the English wolves

6 54912/31 Ornament. The old ornament of his cheek

Much Ado Ab. Notb.32 13338 Would'st thou have that which thou esteem'ft the ornament of life, and live a coward in thine own esteem

Macbeth. I 71 368144 The world is still deceiv'd with ornament

Merchant of Venice. Hiding the grossness with fair ornament


3. Thus ornament is but the guiled shore to a most dangerous sea

Ibid. 31 21 210 2125 And so prove, as ornament oft does, too dangerous

Winter's Tale. I 2 3351232 Orodes. Thy Pacorus, Orodes! pays this for Marcus Crassus

Ant. and Cleop. 3 11 78112153 Orpban-beirs of fixed destiny

Merry W. of Winds. 5 5 712 30 Orpbeus' lute was strung with poet's finews

Tavo Gent. of Verona. 31 2

3712/22 Effects of his late

3712,23 drew trees, stones and floods

Mer. of Venice. 5 1

21012160 O-fino. D. P.

Twelfıb Night. 3071 Ort. Some fender ort of his remainder

Tim. of Arb. 41 31 82415 The fractions of her faith, orts of her love

Troil. and Cref: 5 2 8874 Orrbographer. Now is he turn'd orthographer

Much Ado About Notb.231255 Orinograpby. Such rackers of orthography as to speak, dout, fine, when he should say doubt

Love's Lab. L 1.15 116412'40 Ofiers. The rank of ofiers

As You Like It.4! 3 244 21 7 Cprey. He'll be to Rome as is the osprey to the fish, who takes by sovereignty of na

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A.S. P. C. L. Oft. 'Till our ground, fingeing his pate against the burning zone, make Ofta like a wart

Hamlet. 5 110362 16 Ofient. Like one well studied in a fad oftent to please his grandam Mer. of Venice. 2 21 204) 5 Such fair oitents of love

Ibid. 21 8 20729 Giving full trophy, signal and oftent, quite from himself, to God

Henry v. 5 cb 537 1/10 Ofentare to Thew, as it were, his inclination

Love's Labor Luft. 41 21582/44 Offentation. Maintain a mourning oftentation

Mucb Ado About Notb. 4 1 139 119 These summer fies have blown me full of maggot oftentation Love's Lalour Loft. 5 2 17011115 Make good this oftentation, and you shall divide in all with us

Coriolanus. 1 671017 Have prevented the ostentation of our love

Ant, and Cley». 3 678412150 And keeping such vile company as thou art, hath in reason taken from me all oftentation of sorrow

2 Henry iv. 21 21 481238 No noble rite, nor formal ostentation

Hamle:. 41 51030 231 Ofler. Out, you rogue! Ihall I be your oftler

i Henry iv. 2 Ofrick. D.P.


999 Oftridge. But I'll make thee eat iron like an ofridge

2 Henry vi. 4/10 598 2.16 Oswald. D. P.

Lear. Oibe bo f. Trudge, plod, away, o' the hoof

Meas. for Meal. 3

492125 OTHELLO.

1043 Orbergates. If he had not been in drink, he would have tickled you othergates than he did

Twelfib Nigbr.5 1 3301237 Otherwhere. The king hath sent me otherwhere

Henry viii. 2

2 681 1159 Oster, Sir John; why an otter ? why? The's neither fish, nor fesh, a man knows not where to have her

i Henry iv. 3 31 46212 52 Ortomites.

Orbell..1 3 1047 1/45 And do undertake this present war against the Ottomites

Ibid. 1 Are we turn’d Turks: and to ourselves do that, which heaven hath forbid the Oitomites

Ibid. 2 31056 25 Over-bear. Egeus, I will over-bear your will

Mid. Night's Dream. 4

191140 Overborne. The ecstacy hath so much overborne her

Much Ado Abcut Norbing.121 31 1301213 Have every pelting river made so proud that they have overborne their continents

Midf. N.gbt's Dr.12 2 1801 Over-bulk. Breed a nursery of like evil, to over-bulk us all

Troil. and Crefl: 1 38642/21 Overcome. Can such things be, and overcome us like a summer's cloud Macbcb. 31 41 376 2 2 Over-daring Talbot hath fullied all his gloss of former honour

i Henry vi. 41 41 5622 10 Over-done, Mrs. D. P.

Meaf. for Meal. 751 Over-earneft. When you are over-earnest with your Brutus, he'll think your mother chides and leave you so

Jul. Cæfar. 41 31 7602/20 Overglance. I will over-glance the superscript

Love's Labcr Loft.4 2 160 16 Overgine. Sad-hearted man, much overgone with care

3 Henry vi.2 51 6157 19 Over-lufty. When a man is over-lufty at legs, then he wears wooden nether-stocks Lear. 2 41 942 2 49 Over master'd. To be over-master'd with a piece of valiant duft Mu. Ado About Nob. 21 | 126 17 Over-matcbirg. And spend her strength with over-matching waves 3 Henry villa 41 6072 52 Over-peer. As it were the pageants of the sea, do over-peer the petty traffickers, that curtsy to them

Merch. of Venice. 1 Went, thro' a secret-grate of iron bars, in yonder tower, to over-peer the city 1 4 548133

Coriolanus. 2

3 7171215 Over-peering. The ocean over-peering of his list

Hamlet. 41 510299 151 Over-proud. We think him over-proud and under-honest

Troilus and Creffida. 21 31 86912/30 Over-reach. We'll over-reach the grey-beard, Gremio

Tam. of Ibe Sbrew.3 2 26620 Over-read. You shall anon over-read it at your pleasure

Mias. for Meaj. 4 2 Over-reafted, rather: ready long ago

Cymbeline. 5 41 923"|32 Over-fcurcbt. And sung those tunes to the over-scutcht huswives, that he heard the carmen whistle

2 Henry iv.312 492 Overfbor. So study evermore is overlot

Love's Lab. Lol. 1

1 1482142 "Tis not the first time you were overshot

Henry v.37 52629 Over-ligbes. You do draw my spirits from me with new lamenting ancient over-lights

2 Henry iv. 2 3 48311149 Overt. To vouch this, is no proof; without more certain and more overt test 0:belio. 13110481|20 Overtake. When she is able to overtake seventeen years old Merry Wives of Windsor. 1 46127 Overibrow. His overthrow heap'd happiness upon him; for then, and not 'till then, he felt himself

Henry vii. 4 2 695125 Overtbrown. You're Mam’d, you are overthrown, you are undone for ever M.W.of W. 3 3 6012151 All the preparation overthrown

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A.S. P. C. L. Overtbrown. You have wrestled well, and overthrown more than your enemies AsY.L.It.1 21 2271144

O poor Orlando! thou art overthrown, or Charles, or something weaker, masters

Ibid. 1

2 227 753 Overture. Without more overture

Winter's Tale. 2 1 3401220 It was he that made the overture of thy treasons to us

Lear.3 71 95212 13 Over-ween Mowbray, you over-ween, to take it so

2 Henry iv. 4 1 494) 23 Thou dost over-ween in all

Titus Andron. 2 18362


Ricbard u. 1 1 4151 Over-weening. Upon this over-weening traitor's foot

Richard u. 51 3 669 · rags of France Over-wbelming brows

Romeo and Juliet. 51 1 994135 Ougbt. Said this other day, you ought him a thousand pound

i Henry iv.31 31 463 7 Ovidius Naso was the man; and why, indeed, Naso, but for smelling out the odoriferous flowers of fancy

Love's Labor Loft. 4 2 1601

7 Ovid, I am here with thee and thy goats, as the most capricious poet, honest Ovid,

As You Like It. 3) 3 2382 was among the Goths

13 As Ovid be an out-cast quite abjur'd

Tam.of tbe Sbrew. 1

1255138 'Tis Ovid's Metamorphosis

Titus Andronicus. 41 1 845 1

sa Ounce.

Mid. Night's Dream 2) 3) 1812

50 Oupbes. Like urchins, ouphes, and fairies green and white Mirry W. of Windfor. 44 681

34 Strew good luck, ouphes, on every sacred room Ousel.

Mid. Nigbr's Dr. 3) 1 184

43 Out three years old


15 alas ! you'd be so lean

Winter's Tale. 4) 31 350 2146 with it boldly, man

Richard ii. 2 1 422 1 But, out, alas! we body'd again

3 Henry vi. 1 41 6072 49 devil! I remember them too well

Ricbard ui. I

3 63911 I honour him even out of your report


1894 126 Out-crafred. That drug-damn’d Italy hath out-crafted him Out-dares. O noble fellow! who, sensible, out-dares his senseless sword

Coriolanus. I 41 708 2126 Out of door. All of her, that is out of door, most rich

Cymbeline. 17 899 - 22 Out-face. We shall have old swearing, that they did give the rings away to men; but we'll out-face them, and out-swear them too

Merch. of Venice. 4/2 219 11 4 Out-fac'd. Then did we two set on you four; and with a word, out-fac'd you from

i Henry iv. 2 41 454 112 Out-facing boys

Much Ado About Norbing.151 1 4 Oui-goes. He out-goes the very heart of kindness

Timon of Arbens. 1 806214 Out of band. We will proclaim you out of hand

3 Henry vi. 41 7 626 2162 Out-laws. D. P.

Two Gent. of Verona. 23 A poor unminded out-law sneaking home

i Henry iv. 41 3 466/2/23 As an out-law in a castle keeps, and useth it to patronage his theft i Henry vi. 31 1 555-158 Out on ebee, villain

Comedy of Errors. 4 41 1161

42 Our-paramour'd. And in woman out-paramour'd the Turk

Lear. 31 41 9482 44. Dui-peer. Could not out-peer these twain

Cymbeline. 3 6913247 Outrages. You do no outrages on filly women or poor passengers Two Gent. of Verona. 4) I

381213 Uncivil outrages

Ibid. 51 41 43142 She will do desperate outrage on herself

Mu. Ado About Norb. 2 3 1302115

Richard i. 2
O, preposterous and frantick outrage, end thy damned spleen

41 647 2160 Seal up the mouth of outrage for a while, 'till we can clear these ambiguities R. & Jul.5| 3997129 On-run. Can we out-run the heavens? good Margaret stay

2 Henry vi. 512 602 1.19 Out-sell. Her pretty action did out-sell her gift

Cymbeline. 24 905143 From every one the best me hath, and the of all compounded, out-sells them all 16.3 5 91219 Out-speaks. Which I find at such proud rate, that it out-speaks possession of a subject H.viii. 312 6892 33 Out-fare. He's gone to the king ; I'll follow, and out-ftare him

Ibid. 11 11 6731150 Out-food. I have out-stood my time

Cymbeline. 7 9012 13
Out-stretch'd. With an out-stretch'd throat, I'll tell the world, aloud, what man thou

Measure for Measure.21 41
Out-firip all praise, and make it halt behind her

Tempeft. 411
If thou wilt out-Itrip death, go cross the seas

Richard üi. 4
Out-tongue. My services, which I have done the signiory, Mall out-tongue his com-

Otbello. 1 2 1045215%
Our-vied. By your firm promise ; Gremio is out-vied

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 2 1 26312.20
Out upon tbee. There's too much out upon thee! I'll pray thee, let me in C. of Errors.(3
Our-wall. For confirmation that I am much more than my out-wall, open this purse Lear. 31 946216
Outward. But like a common and an outward man

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A. S. P. C.L. Outward. I do not think so lair an outward, and such stuff within, endows a man but!

Cymbeline." 1893/2/11 Out-wear. Come, come away! the sun is high, and we outwear the day Henry v. 412 5302156 Out-wortbs. A beggar's look out-worths a noble's blood

Henry viii. 1

1 673142 Quze. As is the ouze and bottom of the sea with funken wreck

Henry v. 21 51228 Ouzel. Alas, a black ouzel, cousin Shallow

2 Henry iv. 3 2 4891/21 Owcbes.

Ibid. 2

41 4841114 Ow'dft. Shall ever med'c ne thee to that sweet sleep which thou ow'dst yesterday Orbells. 3) 31063140 Owes. This is no mortal business, nor no found the earth owes

Tempeft. 2

6122 - If not a foedary, but only he, owe, and succeed by weakness Meas. for Meal.

24 What art thou, that keep'ft me out from the house I owe Comedy of Errors. 3 1 109|1|14 I will owe thee an answer

Much Ado Ab. Noth.31 3 134/2154 To parley with the sole inheritor of all perfections that a man may owe Love's L. Luft. 2

152/1/11 Churl, upon thy eyes I throw all the power this charm doth owe Midf. Night's Dr. 2/ 3/ 1821 42 My heart will not confess, he owes the malady that does my life besiege All's Well. 2

1 283/1.18 I am not worthy of the wealth I owe

Ibid. 12) 5 289 256 Better 'twere that all the miseries which nature owes were mine at once

Ibid.31 2 291224 The jeweller that owes the ring is sent for

Ibid. 51 31 305/1150 The service and the loyalty I owe, in doing it, pays itself


41 3661138 Which owe the crown that thou o'er-masterest

King Jobr.2 139712 19 Well, fee to live : I will not touch thine eye, for all the treasure that thine uncle

Ibid.41 1 4031 % - What is the gross fum that I owe thee?--Marry if thou wert an honest man, thyself and the money too

2 Henry iv. 2 1 4801141

Coriolanus. 2
I owe them itill my life and services

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One time will owe another

3 1

72112141 Ant. and Cleop.

8 Bear our hack'd targets like the men that owe them

793131 What a full fortune does the thick lips owe, if he can carry 't thus

1104440 Ow'd. Beseech you, Sir, remember since you ow'd no more to time than I do now W.'s Tale. 513592/48

Macbetb. 41 366124 To throw away the dearest thing he ow'd as 'twere a careless trife

2 4041 4 That blood which ow'd the breadth of all this ine, three foot of it doth hold K. John. 4

Tempeft. I
Ow'f. Thou doft here usurp the name thou ow'st not

4) 9361115 Lend less than thou ow'st

Tempest 151 1 2011/17
Owls. There I couch where owls do cry

Comedy of Errors. 2/ 2
We talk with goblins, owls, and elvish [prights

Love's Labor Loft.4 1 1582 11
Good night, my good owl
Some keep back the clamorous owl that nightly hoots, and wonders at our quaint

Midf. Night's Dream. 12 31 1812 17
It was the owl that shriek’d, the fatal bellman, which gives the stern'si good night

Macbetb.12 2 36912132

2 36912148 I heard the owl scream, and the crickets cry A faulcon, tow'ring in her pride of place was by a mouling owl hawk'd at and kill'd 1b. 21 41 3722198

Ricbard ii. 3 3 4301127 For night-owls shriek, where mounting larks should fing

1 Henry vi. 4 2 561 21 14 Thou ominous and fearful owl of death

2 Henry vi. 3) 2
And boding scritch owls make the concert full

3 Hinry vi. 2
Our soldiers'--like the night-owl's lazy flight
Bring forth that fatal scritch owl to our house


5 41 630 1140 And like the owl by day, if he arise, be mock'd and wond'red at

The owl shriek'd at thy birth

Richard ii.
Out on ye, owls! nothing but songs of death
The bird of nighe did fit, cven at noon day, upon the market place, hooting and

Jul. Ca far. 1 31 745 159 shricking

T'itus Andronicus. 2

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