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'A.S. P. C.L Praktise. Sirs, I will practise on this drunken man Induc. to Taming of the Sbrew. 2521132

My uncle practises more harm to me; he is afraid of me, and I of him K. Jobn. 4) 1 4021115 Yet, if you there did practise on my state, your being in Egypt might be my question

Ant. and Cleop. 12 2 77412 32 Praktis'd. I know you have practis'd upon the easy yielding spirit of this woman, and made her serve your uses, both in purse and person

2 Henry iv. 2

Il 4802.17 - For 'tis not gross in sense, that thou hast practis'd on her with foul charms Orbelio. 1 2 1046 2/20 Præmunier, Fall into the compass of a præmunier ;-that therefore such a writ be fu'd against you

Henry viii. 3 2 691 2150 Praije, Quibble on

Mucb Ado About Norb. I 1| 1237124 - we may afford, to any lady that subdues a lord

Love's Lab. Loft.41 157 150 Yet, look how far this substance of my praise doth wrong this shadow Mer. of Ven. 3 2 210 2156 The rather will I spare my praises toward him; knowing him, is enough All's Well. 2

2 28411 16 Were you sent hither to 'praise me

Tw. Nigbt. 51 312 243 And take thy praise with thee to heaven

i Henry iv. 5 4 4722 22 My mother, who has a charter to extol her blood, when the does praise me, grieves

Coridanus. 11 91 710 2/20 And, to filence that, which to the spire and top of praises vouch'd, would seem but modest

Ibid. 11 91 7102130 As if I lov'd my little should be dieted in praises sauc'd with lies

Ibid. 1 9 711 11 8 Your jewel hath suffer'd under praise

Tim. of Atb. I 1 805153 No man can juftly praise, but what he does affect

Ibid. 1 2 809|1|20 - When the means are gone, that buy this praise, the breath is gone whereof this praife is made

Ibid. 21 21 811 256 When no friends are by, men praise themselves

Titus Andronicus. 531 854 2144 The worthiness of praise diftains his worth

Troil. and Crefl: 1 3 8632 56 That seeks his praise more than he fears his peril

Ibid. 1 3/86411127 Whate'er praises itself but in the deed, devours the deed i' the praise

Ibid. 21 3 870 119 Not being the worst, stands in some rank of praise

Lear.2 41 945122 Praising what is lost, makes the remembrance dear

All's Well. 51 3 3022 32 Praise wortby. So much for praifing myself, who, I myself will bear witness, is praise worthy

Much Ado About Norbing. 5 2 1451 18 Prankd. And me, poor lowly maid, most goddess-like, prank'd up Winter's Tale. 41 31 349|2 46 Pranks. But 'tis that miracle, and queen of gems, that nature pranks her in, attracts

Twelfth Night.2 4 317140 How many fruitless pranks this ruffian hath botch'd up

Ibid. 4 1 327 1121 - I will tell the king all, every word, yea, and his son's pranks too Winter's Tale. 41 3 356 164 Thy lewd, peftiferous, and diffentious pranks

i Henry vi. 31 1 555124 For they do prank them in authority

Coriolanus. 3 1 7191137 This admiration is much o' the favour of other your new pranks

Lear. 1 4 937 1 34 Tell him, his pranks have been too broad to bear with

Hamlet. 31 41023228 In Venice they do let heaven see the pranks they dare not shew their husbands Otb.3) 3 1061 2 27 Prar. I'll prat her

Merry Wives of Windf. 4) 2 67127 Prate. Here standing, to prate and talk for life, and honour, 'fore who please to come and hear

Winter's Tale. 3) 2 344 1163 If I talk to him, with his innocent prate, he will awake my mercy which lies dead

K. Jobri. 4402 120 We will not stand to prate, talkers are no good doers

Richard ii. 1 3 6411131 Prating Peasant

Comedy of Errors. 2 3 1062/21 Pratling. Prythee no more pratling

M.W. of Windf. 51

7011 38 Prattle. As you know what great ones do, the less will prattle of Tavelftb Nigbr. 12 308140 · I prattle something too wildly


131 7 Pray. I had rather pray a month with mutton and porridge Love's Labor Lot. 1 Il 1501/29

Grandam, I will pray, (if ever I remember to be holy) for your fair safety K. Joba. 3) 31 399 2 13

He prays but faintly, and would be deny'd; we pray with heart, and soul, and all befide

Richard ii. 5) 3 437 249 For they pray continually unto their saint, the commonwealth ; or rather, not pray to her, but prey on her

i Henry iv. 2 14492 3 How can we for our country pray, whereto we are bound; together with thy victory, whereto we are bound

Coriolanus. 51 31 7361/20 - to the devils; the gods have given us o'er

Titus Andronicus. 4 2 846 243 Lovers, and men in dangerous bonds, pray not alike

Cymbeline. 3 2 907215 -- can I not, though inclination be as Marp as will

Hamlet. 31 3102377 Pray'd. How the pray'd, that never pray'd before

Tam. of tbe Sbrew.41 11 268111 4


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A. S. P. C.L. Prayers. The king and prince at prayers

Tempeft. 11/12/11 Commend thy grievance to my holy prayers

Two Gent. of Verona.

23 1/20 His worst fault is, that he is given to prayer

Merry Wives of Windsor. 1

501/16 from preserv'd souls

Meas. for Meal. 2
I would defire you to clap into your prayers

952 53 With wholesome syrups, drugs, and holy prayers

Comedy of Errors. 5 1 117 2136 Oh, that my prayers could such affection move

Midf. Nigbe's Dream. | 1 177 149 Threats have no more strength than her weak prayers

Ibid 3 2 187 149 I'll follow him no more with bootless prayers

Mer. of Venice. 13 3 212 250 Can no prayers pierce thee

Ibid. 4 1 215 2146 When thou hast leisure, say thy prayers

All's Well. 1 1 279 2 3 Get him to say his prayers; good Sir Toby, get him to pray

Tw. Nigb.31 4 323241 But they did say their prayers, and address’d them again to Deep Macberb. 2 2 370 11 5 Add proof unto mine armour with thy prayers

Ricbard ii. 1/ 3/ 416 2160 His prayers are full of false hypocrisy, ours of true zeal and deep integrity

Ibid. 5 3 4372 53 He scorns to say his prayers, left 'a should be thought a coward Henry v.3 2 520 2 47 of Henry V, before the battle of Agincourt

Ibid. 141 1

530 11 8 And see, a book of prayer in his hand; true ornaments to know a holy man R. j. 3 7 655 3

A book of prayers on their pillow lay; which once, quoth Forrest, almost chang'd my mind

Ibid.41 3 6582 38 The prayers of holy saints, and wronged souls, like high-rear'd bulwarks, stand before our faces Nor my prayers are not words duly hallow'd

Henry viii. 2 31 683 1 27 Almost forgot my prayers to content him


3 The king shall have my service; but my prayers for ever, and for ever, shall be yours

Ibid. 21 692 2 29 I have said my prayers : and devil envy, say Amen

Troilus and Cred: 2 3 8682 40 What's in prayer but this two-fold force, to be fore-Stalld, ere we come to fall, or pardon'd, being down

Hamlet. 31 31023126 Prayer-books. Wear prayer-books in my pocket, look demurely Merchant of Venice. 2 2 20452 And look you get a prayer-book in your hand, and stand between two church

Richard iii. 3) 7 654 161 Praying. We have been praying for our husbands' welfare, which speed, we hope, the better for our words

Mercb. of Venice. 5) 2 220 134 I see a good amendment of life in thee, from praying to purse-taking i Henry iv. 1 2 444 122 Preacb. Fie, uncle Beaufort! I have heard you preach, that malice was a great and grievous sin

i Henry vi. 31 1 5561130 Preaches. Splood !-up to the preaches, you rascals

Henry v. 3 2 52012129 Preacbment. And made a preachment of your high defcent

3 Henry vi. I 4 6081153 Precedent. 'Twill be recorded for a precedent

Mercb. of Venice. 5 1 216 227 Return'd the precedent

King John. 5 2 407258 May be a precedent and witness good, that thou respect'st not spilling Edward's blood

Ricb. i. 2 14211117 Have you a precedent of this commiffion

Henry vii.

2 675149 Precept. With whispering and most guilty diligence, in action all of precept, he did thew me the way twice o'er

Measure for Meafure. 41 1 93)1/20 To requite you further, I will bestow some precepts on this virgin All's Well. 3) 51 293 151 Marry, fir, thus ;-those precepts cannot be serv'd

2 Henry iv. 5 11 501 119 As send precepts to the Leviathan to come alhore

Henry v. 31 31 522 11 7 Preceprial. Which before would give preceptial medicine to rage Much Ado Ab. Norb.51 141 143 Precious villain

O: bello. 5 2 107812 5 Precipice. You take a precipice for no leap of danger, and woo your own destruction

Henry viii. 516981117 Precise. He was ever precise in promise-keeping

Meos. for Meal: 1 2 77138 - But precise villains they are, that I am sure of

Ibid. 2 Precurfe. And even the like precurse of fierce events

Hamlet. I I 100021 51 Precursors o'the dreadful thunder clap

I compeft.1 Predestinate scratch'd face

Mucb Ado About Norb. I

122 2142 Prediction. This villain of mine comes under the prediction; there's son against father Lear. 1 2933 238 Predominance. Knaves, thieves, and treachers, by spherical predominance

Ibid. 2 933 253 Predominate. I will predominate over the peasant

Merry W. of Wind.2
Prifers. Our hafte from hence is of so quick condition, that it prefers itself Meas. for Meals

76140 Ere I arise, I will prefer my sons; then {pare not the old father Cymbeline. 55 927 420 Preferment. To seek preferment out

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As, P. C. Preferment. If it be preferment, to leave a rich Jew's service to become the follower of so poor a gentleman

Mer. of Venice. 2 2203)2 59 - Nor is your firm resolve unknown to me, in the preferment of the eldest sister

Taming of the Sbrew. 2

I 2602153 goes by letter, and affection, not by the old gradation, where each second stood heir to the first

Orbelio. 1

11044/16 Preferr’d. The short and the long is, our play is preferr'd Midf. Night's Dream. 41 2

1921 s Why then preferr'd you not your sums and bills, when your false masters eat of my lord's meat

Timon of Abuns. 31 41 815217 Pregnancy is made a tapster

2 Henry iv. 1

2 477|2|17 Pregnant . You are as pregnant in, as art and practice hath enrich'd any Meas. för M.1

75227 "Tis very pregnant, the jewel that we find, we stoop and take it, because we see it Ibid. 2 Disguise, I see thou art a wickedness wherein the pregnant enemy does much Tw.N. 2 2 314|1|32 My matter hath no voice, lady, but to your own most pregnant and vouchsafed ear 16.3 320 229 'Twere pregnant they should square between themselves Antony and Cleop. 2 1 774119 If they not thought the profits of my death were very pregnant and potential spurs Lcar.12 1 9391240 Who, by the art of known and feeling sorrows, am pregnant to good pity

Ibid. 41 6 95911 27 How pregnant sometimes his replies are

Hamlet. 2 211012131 hinges of the knee

Ibid. 3 2101911134 As it is a most pregnant and enforced position

Orbelio.2 11053 245 Prejudicates. Wherein our dearest friend prejudicates the business

All's Well. 1 2 2791236 Prelate. It fitteth not a prelate so to plead

i Henry vi. 3 1 555 210 Proud prelate, in thy face I see thy fury

2 Henry vi.! 1 5731114 Premeditation. A cold premeditation for my purpose

3 Henry vi. 3 2 618 235 Premises. "T has done upon the premises but justice

Henry viii. 2

11 6792 33 Prenominate. As to prenominate in nice conjecture, where thou wilt hit me dead Tr. and Cr. 4. 5 883221 In the prenominate crimes

Hamlet. 21 1 1009 140 Pre-ordinance. And turn pre-ordinance, and first decree, into the lane of children Jul. Cat. 3 1 752155 Preparations. Generally allow'd for your many warlike, court-like, and learned preparations

Merry W. of Wind. 2 2 All the preparation overthrown

Mu. Ado About Norb. 2 21 129 123 These three lead on the preparation whither 'tis bent

Coriolanus. 1 I7062 13 Our preparation stands in expectation of them

Lear. 41 41 955 2 57 Prepared. With his prepared sword

Ibid. 2 Il 939/2014 Prepofterous. Being in so preposterous estate as we are

Winter's Tale. 5 2 361140 Preposterously. Methinks you prescribe to yourself very preposterously M.W.of Wind: 22 55128 Prerogative. Then give me leave to have prerogative

Tam. of the Sbrew. 31 1 2632159 My fortunes having cast me on your niece, give me this prerogative of speech Tw. N. 2 5 318/143 But rather follow our forceful inftigation? our prerogative calls not your counsels

Winter's Tale. 2 1 340 2110 Yet, 'tis the plague of great ones; prerogativ’d are they lefs than the base 0:bells. 3 3.1062216 Presages. If hearts presages be not vain, we three here part, that ne'er Thall meet again

Ricbard ii. 2

2 4241116 And partly credit things that do presage

Julius Cæfar. 5 176212 46 Presageth. My mind prefageth happy gain and conquest

3 Henry vi.

56281213 Pre-science. Forestall pre-science

Troilus and Cref: 11 31 863211 Prescript. Which is the prefcript praise and perfection of a good and particular mistress H.v.317 525230 Prescriptions. My father left me some prescriptions of rare and proved effects All's Well. 1 3 282 2 19 A filly time to make prescription for a kingdom's worth

3 Henry vi. 3 3 620 134 I will go along by your prescription

Henry viii. 1 1 673/2/13 And then have me a prescription to die when death is our physician

Orbello. Il 31050 147 Presence. Bear a fair presence, though your heart be tainted Comedy of Errors. 3) 2 1101231 Here is like to be a great presence of worthies

Love's Labor Left. 5 2 171150 Now he goes, with no less presence, but with much more love, than young Alcides

Mercb. of Venice. 31 2 21037 Three proper young men of excellent growth and presence

As You Like It. I 2 226 1 20 Lord of thy presence, and no land beside

K. John.

13891 Lord of our presence

21 394 1119 What presence must not know, for where you do remain, let paper Mow Richard ii. 1 31 418 28 Your presence makes us rich

Ibid. 2 3 424 2 37 Had I fo lavith of my presence been, fo common hackney'd in the eyes of men 1 Hen. iv. 3 2 460 130 Be it known unto thee by these presence

2 Henry vi. 41 71 5961115 - The two great cardinals wait in the presence

Henry viii. 3 1 6391153 In the presence he would say untruths

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A. S. P. C.L. Presence. I'll put on his presence

Troilus and Crefida. 31 31 87711113 Shew a fair presence, and put off chese frowns

Romeo and Juliet.1

51 974/1 10 Present. Work the peace of the present, we will not handle a rope more Tempeft. 1 11130 Such a one I was this present

Tw. Nigbr.15 31212/28 Past and to come seem beft; things present worst

2 Henry iv. 1 3/ 4792 21 When for some trifing present, you have bid me return so much, I have shook my head and wept

Tim. of Arbens. 22 8112119 The present eye praises the present object

Troilus and Cressida. 3) 31 876 +48 Presentation. The presentation of but what I was

Richard iii. 41 41 660111 Presentment. The counterfeit presentment of two brothers


3 1024138 Preserved fouls. Prayers from preserved souls

Meas. for Meal. 2

841139 Preserver. Sit my preserver by thy patient's fide

All's Well. 2) 3) 286137 Press. He cares not what he puts in the press when he would put us two M.W.of Wind. 2

521138 I make bold to press with so little preparation upon you

5512 I I have mis-usid the king's press damnably

i Henry iv. 4 2 4651148 I press none but good housholders, yeomen's sons, enquire me out contracted batchelors, such as have been alk'd twice on the bans

Ibid. 4 2 4651157 Break thro' the press

Henry vii. 5 3 70112 26 Who is it in the press that calls on me

Julius Cæfar. 1 2 7421156

Lear. Press-money. There's your press-money

4 9572 10 Pressure. And the very age and body of the time his form and pressure Hamlet. 2 10181246 Prest. Say to me what I should do, that in your knowledge may by me be done, and am I preft unto it

Mer. of Venice. I 1 1991|14

M. Ado Ab. Norb.12 Prefter Jobr. Bring you the length of Prester John's foot

1272141 Presumes. This gentleman is happily arriv’d, my mind presumes for his own good and our's

Tam. of the 259 149 not that I am the thing I was

2 Henry iv. 5 5 50628 Hadst thou been kill'd, when first thou didit presume, thou hadît not liv'd to kill a fon of mine

3 Henry vi.

6 63112 48 Presumprion. But most it is presumption in us, when the help of heaven we count the act of men

All's Well. 2 I 2842.12 Pretence. Publisher of this pretence

Two Gent. of Verona.

3 331252 The pretence whereof being by circumstances partly laid open Winter's Tale. 31 1 344 038

Macbett. Against the undivulg'd pretence I fight, of treasonous malice

12 3 372113 Nor did you think it folly, to keep your great pretences veil'd 'till when they needs muft shew themselves 2 706 219 He hath writ this to feel my affection to your honour, and to no other pretence of danger


2 93312 14 Then as a very pretence and purpose of unkindness

Ibid. 1 4 935210 Pretend. What good could they pretend

Macbeth. 21 4' 3722 22 Doth this churlith superscription pretend some alteration in good will i Henry vi. 4) 1 56011/27 Pretty and apt, those terms played on

Love's Labor Loft. 1 2 1501217 My daughter's of a pretty age

Romeo and Juliet. 1 3 971120 Prevail. Sleeping or waking, must I still prevail

i Henry vi. 21 1550242 Prevailment. Messengers of strong prevailment in unharden'd youth Midl. Night's D.1 175/2 22 Prevent. So doth the degrees prevent my curses

2 Henry iv. 24781127 I do find it cowardly and vile, for fear of what might fall, so to prevent the time of life

Julius Cæfar. 51 17631115 Prevention. But God be thanked for prevention

Henry w.121 2 5171134 Nor never seek prevention of thy foes

2 Henry vi. 2 4 58212;8 Not Erebus itself were dim enough to hide thee from prevention Julius Cæfar. 2 747 2 25 Prey. If one Mould be a prey, how much the better to fall before the lion, than the wolf

Twelftb Night. 31 11 32 10 15 Be thou a prey unto the house of York, and die in bands for this unmanly deed 3 Hen. vi. 1

I 605214 Priam. But Priam found the fire, ere he his tongue

2 Henry iv. 1 1 474 225 Sad for the loss of thee, having no more, as Priam was for all his valiant fons

3 H. vi.| When subtle Greeks surpriz'd king Priam's Troy

Tirus Andronicus. 51 3 854 210 D. P.

Troilus and Cref. 857) -'s fix gated city

Prologue to Troi. and Cred:

8571115 - 'Twas Æneas' tale to Dido; and thereabout of it especially, where he speaks of Priam's Naughter

Himler. 2 2 101511 5 Pribbles. If we leave our pribbles and prabbles

Merry W.of Winds

461129 Given to pribbles and prabbles

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A.S. P. C.L. Price. And golden times, and happy news of price

2 Henry iv. 51 31 505/1fio
Well then, I pray, your price o' the consulship

Coriolanus. 2/ 3/ 7171/22
But now her price is fallen

Lear. 1

If I do so, it will be of more price, being spoke behind your back, than to your face

Rom. And Jul. 4 1 990 110
I know my price

Orbello. 1) 11043119
Pricks. As my ever esteemed duty pricks me on

Love's Labor Loft. 1 1 149 250
Let the mark have a prick in't

Ibid. 4 J 158
She's too hard for you at pricks

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The whole world again cannot prick out five such, take each one in his vein Ibid. 5 2 1712/ 4
He that sweetest rose will find, must find love's prick and Rosalind As You Like It. 3 2 235215
'Tis fome odd humour pricks him to this fashion

Tam. of the Sbrew.31 2 2651150
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not think

Richard i. 2 1 421238 To know, what pricks you on to take advantage of the absent time Ibid. 21 31 424 255 And made an evening at the noon-tide prick

3 Henry vi.1 4 608/17 My conscience first receiv'd a tenderness, scruple, and prick

Henry vii. 24 685 220 What need we any pur but our own cause to prick us to redrefs Julius Cæfar.2 1 7481|10 Wooden pricks

Lear. 2/ 3/ 9421225 For the bawdy hand of the dial is now upon the prick of noon Romeo and Juliet.2 4 9791148

He fights as you fing prick-longs, keeps time, distance, and proportion Ibid. 2 4 978/23 Prick'd. I was prick'd well enough before, an you could have let me alone 2 Hen. iv. 3 21 490 120 Will you be prick'd in number of our friends

Julius Cæfar.311 7542131 These many then shall die; their names are prick'd

Ibid.41 175760 on by a most emulate pride

Hamlet. I

1 1000213 - to it by foolish honesty and love

Orbello. 3 3 1064110 Pricket. 'Twas not a baud credo, 'twas a pricket

Love's Labor L. 4) 2 15812/40 'Twas a pricket that the princess kill'd

Ibid. 4 3 159|1/29 Epitaph on a pricket

Ibid. 4) 3) 159139 Pride, Eve's legacy

Two Gent. of Verona. 3) ?

361150 Fly pride, says the peacock

Comedy of Errors. 4) 3 11513 Like favourites made proud hy princes, that advance their pride against those that bred it

Much Ado About Norb. 3 1 131156 Stand I condemn'd for pride, and scorn so much

Ibid. 3) 1 132/2 33 Maiden pride, adieu

Ibid. 31 1 1322 34 O mort-liv'd pride

Love's Labor Lift. 41 11 157 1123 My pride fell with my fortunes

As You Like It. I 2 227 141 - Who cries out on pride, that can therein tax any private party

Ibid. 21 7 233 But, sure, he 's proud; and yet his pride becomes him

Ibid. 3 5 241219 Eagle-winged pride

Richard i. 1 3 4072 3 All fouls that will be fafe, Ay from my side, for time hath fet a blot upon my pride

Ibid. 3 2 427140 - And now their pride and mettle is anleep

1 Henry iv.141 3 4661| 4 That hardly we escap'd the pride of France

i Henry vi. 3 2 557133 went before, ambition follows him

2 Henry 1 5731/44 Thus Eleanor's pride dies in her youngest days

Ibid. 2/ 35811219 Image of pride, why should I hold my peace

Ibid. 1 3 57612142 - What hath broach'd this tumult, but thy pride

But I can see his pride peep through each part of him
My high-blown pride at length broke under me
Whether it was pride, which out of daily fortune ever taints the happy man

Cor.41 71 732 339
How doth pride grow? I know not what pride is
He that's proud, eats up himself : pride is his own glass, his own trumpet, his

Troil. and Crep|21 3 870|1| 3 own chronicle

And speaks not to himself but with a pride that quarrels at self breath
Hath no glass to Thew itself but pride
And that, which looks like pride, is courtefy
Let pride, which she calls plainness, marry her

Lear. 1 1 930 236
Strained pride

Ibid. I 'Tis much pride, for fair without the fair within to hide

Rom. and Jul. 11 31 970/2146 As salt as wolves in pride

Orbells. 3) 311064/1 Pries. Which pries not to the interior

Merchant of Venice. 12 9 207257 Prieft. Faith, the priest was good enough for all the old gentleman's saying As Y. Like It. 5 1 245/1/46 D. P. Twelfth Night, p. 307. -.-D. P. Ricvard iii. p. 633.


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