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A. S. P. C. L. Prieft. I am one, that had rather go with fir priest, than fir knight Twelftb Night. 31 41 32511132 Some hangman must put on my throwd, and lay me where no priest shovels in duft

Winter's Tale. 41 31 354 122 Say but the word, and I will be his priest

2 Henry vi. 3) 585 2 49 pray for enemies, but princes kill

Ibid. 5 2 6021 O, now I need the priest that spake to me

Richard iii. 31 41 652222 Swear priests and cowards

Jul. Cæjar.21 1 7481115 You are for dreams and numbers, brother priest

Troil. and Crel 2 2 867 111 Notes of sorrow, out of tune, are worse than priests and fanes that lie Cymbeline. 1421 917-39 When priests are more in word than matter

Lear. 32 9471217 I tell thee, churlish priest, a ministring angel shall my fister be, when thou lieft howling

Humlet. 5) 1103611 3 Priestbood. What, cardinal, is your priesthood grown lo peremptory 2 Henry vi. 2

15781154 Chaplain, away! thy priesthood saves thy life

3 Henry vi. 3 607132 Priest-like. Wherein, priest-like, thou hast cleans'd my bosom

Winter's Tale. I 2 33612 17 Prig, for my life, prig

Ibid. 41 2 349214 Prima!. It hath been taught us from the primal state, that he, which is, was with’d, until he were

Antuny and Cleopatra. | 41 772119 Prime. Have I not made you the prime man of the state

Henry viii. 31 2 6901 21 Were they as prime as goats

Oibello. 31 310641 1 Primer. I would your highness would give it quick confideration, for there is no primer business

Henry viii.

2 6751122 Primero. I never prosper'd fince I foreswore myself at Primero Merry W. of Windfr. 45 6912 26 And left him at Primero with the duke of Suffolk

Henry viii. 16964153 Primo, fecundo, tertio, is a good play

Twelfib Night. 5 3291 28 Primogenitive. The primogenitive, and due of birth

Troi. and Crejil 3 862 2134 Primroses. Pale primroses that die unmarried, ere they can behold bright Phoebus in his strength

Winter's Tale. 41 3 35012 59 I had thought to have let in some of all professions, that go the primrose way to the everlasting bonfire

Macberb. 23370|2|36 Look pale as primrose with blood-drinking fighs

2 Henry vi. 3 2 58712 Thou shalt not lack the flower that's like thy face, pale primrose Cymbeline. 41 2917116 Himself the primrose path of dalliance treads

Ham.'et. 1 3 10041235 Primroje-beds. In the wood, where often you and I, upon faint primrose-heds were wont to lye

Midf. Night's Dream.1 Priny. A violet in the youth of primy nature

Hamlet. 1 310041146 Princes and counties

Mu. Ado About Norb. 4) 1401112 That the true prince may (for recreation sake) prove a false thief i Henry iv. 1 2 44412 18 But, as thou art prince, I fear thee, as I fear the roaring of the lion's whelp Ibid. 3 3 463521 From a prince to a prentice a low transformation

2 Henry iv. 2

248212 49 None do you like but an effeminate prince, whom, like a school-boy, you may

i Henry vi. 1 1 544 124 For princes should be free

Ibid. 51 41 5662 55 have but their titles for their glories, an outward honour for an inward toil Rich. ii. 1 41 642 410 When beggars die there are no comets seen; the heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes

Julius Cejar. 2 2 7501157 Prince-like. The wrongs he did we were not prince-like

Cymbeline. 515 92612134 Princess. This princess of pure white, this seal of bliss Principal. Give me my principal, and let me go

Mer. of Venice. 41 ? 2172 28 Shall I not barely have my principal

Ibid. 41 ? 217 2134 Principaliry. If not divine, yet let her be a principality

Two Gent. of Verona. 21 4 311119 Princ ox. You are a princox

Rem.. and Julier. 1 5 974126 Prints. Women are as soft as our complexions are, and credulous to false prints

Meas. for Meal: 24 862.11 Wear the print of it

Mueb Ado Ab. No:6.111 1123-153 Although the print be little, the whole matter and copy of the father W.Tale. 21 31 342 2.2%

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

Ibid. 51 11 3531" 3 Some more time must wear the print of his remembrance out

Cymbeline. 2 31 90311 8 Printing. Thou haft caused printing to be us'd

2 Henry vi. 471 596 1122 Prisry. This is fome priory ;-in, or we are spoil'd:

Comedy of Errors. 5 1 117 123 Prifcian a little scratch'd ; 'twill serve

Love's Laber Luft. 51 1 164249 Priser. Why would you be so fond to overcome the bony priser of the humourous duke

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Prison. When you shall know, your mistress has deserved prison, then abound in tears

A. 3. P. C. - What! rate, rebuke, and roughly send to prison the immediate heir of England

Winter's Tale (2 1 340 11 I'll yield myself to prison willingly, or unto death, to do my country good 2 Hen. vi. 4 9 598/131

2 Henry iv. 5 2 5022/33 Let prisons swallow 'em, debts wither 'em to nothing compared by Richard to the world

Timon of Arbens. s 1 82529 Prisoner nine years old

Richard ii. 5 5 438 158 Take her hearing prisoner

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Mucb Ado Ab. Norb. 1 1241 57 It is not for prisoners to be filent in their words How say you, my prisoner? or my guest

Love's Labour Loft. 1 2 151237

Winter's Tale. 11 21 3342 14 The prisoners, which he in this adventure hath surpriz’d, to his own use he keeps

i Henry iv. 1 1 442 227 Yet he doth deny his prisoners; but with proviso and exception

Ibid. 31 4452153 Then every soldier kill his prisoners Like prisoners wildly over-grown with hair

Henry v. 4 If thou be he, then art thou prisoner

Ibid. 5 2 538/2/15 For prisoners ask'st thou? hell our prison is

i Henry vi.

Ibid. s 1 5641160 Prison-bouse. But that I am forbid to tell the secrets of my prison-house Hamle!. '1 5 1006 2 57 Pristine. In the disciplines of the pristine wars of the Romans

Henry v.31 2 521 439 Private. Whore private with me, of the Dauphin's love, is much more general than these lines import

King Jobno 4. 31 4052130 'Faith, her privates we

Hamlet, 21 2 1012 2 18 Privacy. But 'gainst your privacy the reasons are more potent and heroical Tr.& Crep 3 3 87623 Privilege. Your virtue is my privilege

Mids, Nigbi's Dream. 2 2 181|1|15 A privilege, never to see me more

Ibid. 3 2 185245 - It is the privilege of mine honours, my oath, and my profession

Lear.5 3 963 2 37 Privileg’d. He is a privileg'd man

Troil.ard Cres: 2 3 869|1|18 Let me be privileg'd by my place and message to be a speaker free Privy. You think, none but your sheets are privy to your wishes

Ant. and Cleop. i 21 768236 Privy-kitcben. His face is Lucifer's privy-kitchen, where he doth nothing but roast malt

2 Henry iv. 2. 4. 487141 Prize. It is war's prize to take all vantages Methinks, 'tis prize enough to be his son

Ibid. 2 1 60911156 That they had been my father's sons! then had my prize been less

Cymbelirc. 3 6 9151234 - Occasions, noble Glofter, of some prize

Lear. 2 1940 1/43 And oft 'tis feen, the wicked prize itself buys out the law

Hamlet.'33/1023/138 Friz'd. Having so swift and excellent a wit as she is priz'd to have M.Ado Ab. No:b.3 1 132213 Probation. What he with his oath and all probation, will make up full clear M.for M. 5 1 Which, for more probation, I can with ease produce

Cymbeline. 5 5 92759 And the truth here in this present object made probation

Hamlet. I So prove it, that the probation bears no hinge, nor loop, to hang a doubt on 0:bello. 3 3 106:12 18 Proceeds. What in time proceeds, may token to the future our part deeds

All's Well.4 2 2962 46 Proceed you in your tears Proceeded well, to stop all good proceeding

Love's Lab. Lt. Proceeders. Quick proceeders, marry

Tum.of ibe Sbrew. 4 2 2694156 Proceeding for my dear, dear love, to your proceeding bids me tell you this Process. To set the needless process by

Mial. for Meabils Tell her the process of Antonio's end

Merchant of Venice. 4 1.217124 When thou Thalt tell the process of their death

Ricbard iii. 4 3 658 2160 Be brief, left that the process of thy kindness last longer telling than thy kindness'

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A. S. P. C. L. Prodigat. He that goes in the calve-skin that was kill'd for the prodigal Com. of Errors.41 31 11414159 And spend his prodigal wits in bootless rhimes

Love's Labor Luft. 51 2 To come fairly off from the great debts wherein my time, something too prodigal, hath left me gag'd

Mercb. of Venice. 1 1 1981239 A bankrupt, a prodigal, who dare scarce thew his head on the Rialto

1) 2091010 What prodigal portion have I spent, that I should come to such penury As Y.L. It. 1 12232/22 When the tongue's office should be prodigal

Ricbard ii. 1 3) 41812.15 You would think, I had an hundred and fifty tatter'd prodigals, lately come from swine-keeping

1 Henry iv. 41 21 465|2.14 You must consider that a prodigal's course is like the sun's Timon of Athens. 3 41 8151 20 Predigies, on the murder of Duncan

Macbetb. 2 3/ 3711 21 seen in the heavens

K. Ibn. 4 2 404/2138 Now hath my soul brought forth her prodigy

Ricbard ii. 2 21 4231153 At the birth of Owen Glendower

i Henry iv. 3 1 4571 20 A prodigy of fear, and a portent of broached mischief to the unborn times Ibid. S! 1 4672 49 on the sickness of the king

2 Henry iv. 4 4 49812125 preceding the murder of Cæsar

Julius Cæfar.2 2 750 1141 Prodigious son

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 3

29136 patch'd with foul moles

King Jobr.3) 1 396 2114 grown and fearful, as these strange eruptions are

Jul. Cæsar. 11 31 745255 It is prodigious, there will be some change

Treilus and Cred:

58851129 birth of love it is to me, that I must love a loathed enemy Romeo and Juliet. 11 5 97412 33 Proditor. Thou most ufurping proditor and not protector of the king or realm i H. vi. 1 3 54754 Proface.

2 Henry iv. 5 3 5041436 Profanation. Void of all profanation in the world that good Chriftians ought to have

Meal. for Meal. 21

802114 Profane. What profane wretch art thou

Orbello. Il 110442 49 Is he not a most profane and liberal counsellor

Ibid. 2) 11053121 Profess. I do profess to be no less than that I seem

Lear. 1

41 9351 3 Profelling. Use well our father : to your professing bosoms I commit him

Ibid. I Profeflion. House of profeffion

Meas. for Meal. 4 3 9529 Proffers, not took, reap thanks for their reward

All's Well. 2 28412 8 Profit. Report speaks goldenly of his profit

As You Like I. I

1223/1/11 No profit grows, where is no pleasure ta'en

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 1 1 255 144 again Tould hardly draw me here

Macbeth. 51 31 384 2 45 So find we profit, by losing of our prayers

Ant. and Cleop. 2

11 773148 'Tis not my profit that does lead mine honour; mine honour it

Ibid. 2 7 781111 I thank you for this profit; and, from hence, I'll love no friend, fith love breeds fuch offence

Othello. 3 31063234 If you dare do yourself a profit, and a right

Ibid. 41 2 10722 31 Profitably. And the impediment molt profitably removed

Ibid. 2 1 10541133 Profillefs. Which falls into mine ears as profitless as water in a fieve Mu. Ado Ab. Norb. 53

1411122 Profound sciatica

Meas. for Meal: 1 2 There's matter in these sighs, these profound heaves

Hamlet. 41 1102611 6 Profoundly. Why sigh you so profoundly

Troil. and Cred: 4 2 879: 49 Progeny. Though the mourning brow of progeny forbid the smiling courtesy of love

Love's Lab. Loft. 5. 2

1737145 This same progeny of evils comes from our debate, our diffention Midf. N.'s Dr.2 2 18011123 Progne. For worse than Philomel you us'd my daughter, and worse than Progne I will be reveng'd

Titus Andronicus. 5! 2 853216 Prognostication. In the hottest day prognostication proclaims

Winter's Tale. 41 31 357 30 Progress. But to Mew you how a king may go a progress through the guts of a beggar


4 3 1027 1134 Prohibit. And if a merry meeting may be withed, God prohibit it Much Ado Ab. Notb. si 144 1123 Prejeez gathers to a head

Tempes. 5 I cannot project mine own cause so well to make it clear

Ant. and Clesp. 5 2 79912 51 Projectin. Which, of a weak and niggardly projection, doth, like a miser, spoil his coat with scanting a little cloth

Henry v. 2 4 5182132 Prolixious blushes

Meaf. for Meal: 2 Prolixity. Without any hips of prolixity, or crossing the plain high-way of talk M.of 1.5 2081159 The date is out of such prolixity

Romeo and Julier. Il 41 9721 14 Prologue. After we had embraced, kiffed, protested, and, as it were, spoke the prologue of our comedy

Merry W. of Wind. 5 Write me a prologue

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A. S. P. C. L. Prologue. It Mall be written in eight and fix

Mid. Nigbe's Dream.31 | 183139 No, make it two more, let it be written in eight and eight

Ibid. 3 1 183 1/41 He has rid his prologue like a rough colt

Midf. Night's Dream. 5 1 193 1154 - Without hawking, or spitting, or laying we are hoarse; which are the only prologues to a bad voice

As You Like It. 51 31 247 1163 · He is special nothing ever prologues

All's Well. 2 1 284113

theme Two truths are told, as happy prologues to the swelling act of the imper

Macbetb. 1 3 3651231 - Not so much as will serve to be prologue to an egg and butter i Henry iv. 1 2 443115 But mine is made the prologue to their play

2 Henry vi. 3 1 58412 41 And hither am I come a prologue arm'd

Prologue to Troilus and Creff

85727 Nor no without-book prologue, faintly spoke after the prompter Romeo and Juliet. 1 41 9721118 Ere I could make a prologue to my brains, they had begun the play

Hamlet. 5) 2/1037134 'Tis evermore the prologue to his neep

Otbello. 2 31056 11 7 Prometbean fire. Whence doth spring the true Promethean fire Love's Lab. Loft.41 3 163 220 Prometbean beat. I know not where is that Promethean heat, that can thy light relumine

Orbello. 5 2 1075 2145 Promet beus. And faster bound to Aaron's charming eyes, than is Prometheus ty'd to Caucasus

Titus Andronicus. 2 Il 8361152 Premije. He hath borne himself beyond promise of his age Mucb Ado About Norb. I

If you do keep your promises in love but justly as you have exceeded all promise, your mistress shall be happy

As Ycu Like It. I 2 227 128 . It is a gentleman of the greatest promise, that ever came into my note Winter's T. 1 1 333215

That keep the word of promise to our ear and break it in our hope Macbetb. 517 3861.47
Well we know the king knows at what time to promise, when to pay i Henry iv. 41 31 4662116
His promises were, as he then was, mighty: but his performance, as he now is,

Henry viii. 4) 2 6942158 - If he do break the smallest particle of any promise that hath past from him 7. Cæfar. 2

1 7481124 His promises fly so beyond his state, that what he speaks is all in debt Tim. of Atb. I 21 8082132 To promise is courtly and fashionable

Ibid.15 2 825 249 I can smooth and fill his aged ear with golden promises

Titus Andronicus. 41 41 850 113 Out of those many register'd in promise

Troil. and Cred: 31 31 87412 47 Promise-breach. Being criminal in double violation of sacred chastity; of promise-breach, thereon dependant

Meas. for Meas. 5) : 1012125 Promise-breaker. For I do hate thee worse than a promise-breaker 81 71011131 Promise-cramod.

Hamlet. 3) 210191214 Promise-keeping.

Meal. for Meal. 2 77139 Promisch. It is the Prince of Wales that threatens thee; who never promiseth but he means to pay

i . 51 4 Promifing is the very air o' the time; it opens the eyes of expectation Timon of Aibens: 1 2 $2512145 Premuntery. The strong bas'd promontory

Tempeft.5) 1 192124 Premetion. Where none will sweat but for promotion; and having that, do choak their service up even with the having

As You Like It.2 3] 2301217 While great promotions are daily given, to enable those that scarce some two days since, were worth a noble

Richard i. ! 31 63812 25 Primpis. It goes on I see as my soul prompts it

Tempeft. 1 2 Ready, when time thall prompt them

Cori larus. 3 1 7191111 I am prompt to lay my crown at his feet and there to kncel Ani. and Clep: 311 7891120

The advantage of the time prompts me aloud to call for recompence Troiloard Croj: 31 87412134 Prompture. Though he hath fallen by prompture of the blood Merf. for Meal 2 41 87121 1 Promulgate. 'Tis yet to know, (which, when I know that boasting is an honour I shall promulzate)

0:bele. 2/10452155 Prone. In her youth there is a prone and speechless dialect, such as moves men M.of M.. 3

781149 Unless a man would marry a gallows, and beget young gibbets, I never saw one ro prone

Cymbeline. 5| 41 923224 Proncuncing that the paleness of this flower bewray'd the faintness of my master's heart

1 Henry vi. 4 560226 Proef. If you in your own proof, have vanquish'd the resistance of her youth

M. Ado Ab. Noth.4) 1 1372 27 Very full of proof

Ibid. 5111421/26 All my pains is forted to no proof

Taming of the Shrew.4 3 2701247 All proofs neeping else, but what your jealousies awake

Winter's Tale. 21 31 345|1,14 That, which you hear, you'll swear you see, there is such unity in the proofs ibid. 51 360 140 Add proof unto mine armour with thy prayers

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A.S. P. C. L. Proef. 'Tis a common proof, that lowliness is young ambition's ladder Fulius Cæfar. 21 : 7474 ? And does so much, that proof is called impossibility

Troil. and Cred: 5 5 889 131 Let proof speak

Cymbeline. 31 1 9071115 This project Mould have a back, or second, that might hold, if this should blast in

Hamlet. 41 7.1032246 proof Prop. Sweet Duke of York, our prop to lean upon

3 Henry vi. 2

1 610119 -Two props of virtue for a christian prince, to stay him from the fall of vanity

Ricbard iii. 31 71 6551 1 He has no friends so much as but to prop him

Cymbeline. I

6 898 2 30 Propagate. All kind of natures, that labour on the bosom of this sphere, to propagate their states

Timon of Albens. 1 1 8041141 Propagation. Only for propagation of a dower

Meaf, for Meas: 3

78 114

Ibid. I 1 Proper. Thyself and thy belongings are not thy own fo proper

761115 Faults proper to himself

Ibid. 51 1 982.59 A proper stripling and an amorous

Tam. of the Shrew. 11 2 258235 The bastard's brains with these my proper hands Mall I dath out Winter's Tale. 21 31 3431 13 I am a proper fellow of my hands

2 Henry iv. 2 2 4812156 I cannot with the fault undone the issue being so proper

Lear. I

192911 22 Thrown in his angle for my proper life

Hamlet. 5 2 10381| 6 Caffio's a proper man

Orbello. 11 3105125 Lodovico is a proper man

Ibit. 4 3 1093 129 Preper falje. How easy is it for the proper false in women's waxen hearts to set their form

Twelfth Night.2 2 314133 Propend. I propend to you in resolution to keep Helen still

Truil. and Cref:12

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Ibid.12 2) 8672 54 Propenfion. Your full consent gave wings to my propenfion Properer. You are a thousand times a properer man, than the a woman As You Like It. 31 5) 24012 30 Properties. Go get us properties and tricking for our fairies Mer. W. of Windsor. 41 4 - Of government the properties to unfold, would seem in me to affect speech and dircourse

Meaf, for Meal. 1 751130 I will draw a bill of properties such as our play wants

Midf. Nigbt's Dr.1 21 1782 47 Subdues and properties to his love and tendance all sorts of hearts Timon of Aibens. 1 1 804129 Property. Do not talk of him, but as a property

Julius Cæsar. 4 Il 7581155 - Custom hath made it in him a property of easiness

Hamler. 5 11034 1113 Property'd. They have here property'd me

Tw. Nigbr. 4 2 328111 I am too high-born to be property'd

K. Jon. 5 2 4082115 His voice was property'd as all the tuned spheres

Ant. and Cleop. 51 21 7992 3 Propbane. So surfeit-swell'd, so old, and so prophane

2 Henry iv. 5 51 5062 Prophecier. He has deceived me, like a double meaning prophecier All's Well. 41 3 2971249 Propbecy. With this strange virtue he hath a heavenly gift of prophecy Macbeth.41 3 382118

And if you crown him, let me prophesy, the blood of English shall manure the ground

Richard ii. 41 1 4321245 Who comes not in, o'er-ruld by prophecies

i Henry iv.41 41 467127 O, I could prophely, but that the earthy and cold hand of death lies on my tongue Ib. 51 41 471125 To frustrate prophecies

2 Henry iv. 5 2 5032116 My thoughts do hourly prophesy mischance unto my state by Suffolk's means 2 3) 2 585 2 20 of Henry VI.

3 Henry vi. 5 6 631250 He hearkens after prophecies and dreams

Ricbard ii. 1 1 634 145 He was brought to this by a vain prophecy of Nicholas Hopkins Henry vii. 1

2 675/2154 My prophecy is but half his journey yet

Troilys and Creffida. 41 5 883143 of the future happy state of Pofthumus

Cymbeline. 5) 41 9231 S respecting Posthumus explained

Ibid. 51 59281132 of the fool

Lear.131 2 9472 7 Propbesy'd. It hath been prophesy'd to me many years, I Mould not die but in Jerufalem

2 Henry iv. 41 41 5001257 Propbet. A prophet, 1, madam: and I speak the truth the next way All's Well.11 31 2811122

Oh, had thy grandfire, with a prophet's eye, seen how his son's son Tould destroy his sons

Richard u. 2 1 42012 45 And lean-look'd prophets whisper fearful change

Ibid. 2 41 4252.4:6 A propheț to the fall of all our foes

i Henry vi. 31 21 557 124 Die, prophet, in thy speech; for this, amongst the rest, was I ordain'd 3 Herry vi. 5 61 632119 - Jefters do oft prove prophets

Lear. 51 3 963:12 Prophet-like. Then, prophet-like, they hail'd him father to a line of kings Ma berb.

3731153 Propbetick. Or why upon this blasted heath you stop our way with such prophetick freeting

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