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A.S. P. C.L. Razing the chara&ers of your renown

i Henry vi.l!! : 57212122 Razors. These words are razors to my wounded heart

Titus Androni 2 834 223
Razorable. Till new born chins be rough and razorable

Ten:pest. 12
Razure of oblivion

Meaf, for Micaj1511

9817 Reach. From forth thy reach he would have laid thy shame

Richard 11.2 11 420,247 Reaching. Great men have reaching hands

2 Herry vi. 41 71 596 2 11 Read. I read that I profess the art to love

Tam. of ebe Sbrew. 41 2 26911152 Nothing of that wonderful promise, to read him by his form Twelftb Night.3.4 325, 24 Give me that glass, and therein will I read

Ricbard ii. 41 1 43411 14 And, because they could not read, thou hast hang'd them

2 Henry vi. 41 7 596;131 That you read the cardinal's malice and his potency together

Henry viii. 1

1 673; 115 And those about her, from her Mall read the periect way of honour

Ibie. 5 41 702 136 not my blemishes in the world's report

Ant. and Cleop.12 31 776:2 52 By her election may be truly read, what kind of man he is

Cymbeline 1 18941123 To write and read be henceforth treacherous

Ibid. + 2 918,722 Who is't can read a woman

Ibid. 51 51 924140 And recks not his own read

Hamlet.

3 1004:2 36 Readiness. Yet it will come : the readiness is all

Did.51 21039;2 35 Realm. The earl of Wiltshire hath the realm in farin

Richard i. 2 11 422,132 Thou shalt think, though he divide the realm, and give thee half, it is too little Ibid. 51 435 140

Your realms in one! as man and wife, being two, are one in love Henry v. 1 2 541 2 11 Reap. But little 'vantage shall I reap thereby

Rickard ii. 1 31 418:1137 This is a thing, which you might from relation likewise reap

Cymbeline. 2 41 905122 Reap'd. What sudden anger this ? how have I reap'd it

Henry viii. 31 2 690,2 11
Reapers, spirits. D. P.

Tempos.
Rear. I'll not rear another's issue

Winter's Tale.2 3 343.227
She is as forward of her breeding, as she is i'the rear of birth

Ibid. 141 31 355.145 up his body

2 Henry vi. 31 2 587 1136 Casca, you are the first that rear your hand

Julius Cæfar. 131 1752 145 Let us rear the higher our opinion

Antony and Cicop.12 1774.1 7 Rear'd aloft the bloody battle ax

Tirus Andronicus.3 2 843110 Rearmice. Some war with rearmice for their leathern wings to make my small elves coats

Mid. Night's Dream. 21 31 1812 15 Rearward. Myself would, on the rearward of reproaches, strike at thy life M. A. A. Nctb. 4) 1 1381 58

But with a rearward following Tybalt's death, Romeo is banished Rom. and Jul. 32 984'2 52 Rzafon. Returning reason, compared to the effect of the tide

Tempeft. 51 201
devoured by admiration
Reasonless to reason thus

Two Gent. of Virona. 2. 4
There is no reason but I shall be blind

3112117 I will do, as it shall become one that would do reason Merry W. of Winds: 1 1 4815 Nor do not banish reason for inequality

Meas. for Meal. 51 Your reasons at dinner have been sharp and sententious; pleasant without scurrility, witty without affection, audacious without impudency

L've's Labor Lof. 51 164 140 The will of man is by his reason sway'd ; and reason says you are the worthier maid

Midf. Night's Dream. 2 3 182 224 becomes the martial of my will

3) 1822 29 and love keep little company together now-a-days

Ibid.31 1 184 26 "His reasons are as two grains of wheat hid in two bushels of chaff Mer. of Venice. I 1 19812 24 So can I give no reason, nor I will not

Ibid. 4 1 215 1134 When the one hould be lam’d with reasons, and the other mad without any Asr.L.I. i 31 2272 36 When oil and fire, too strong for reason's force, o’erbears it, and burns on Al's Well.s 3 302 2 16 thus with reason fetter

Twelfth Night.31 1

3211 44 my fon should chuse himself a wife

Winter's Tale. 41 31 3531221 Were such things here, as we do speak about? or have we caten of the insane rooi that takes the reason prisoner

Macbeth. 1 3 3651135 The receipt of reason a limbeck only

Ibid. I

71 368/2127 Strong reasons make strong actions

King J bn.3 41 40112 46 - Our griefs, and not our manners, reason now

Ibid. 41 31 405246 If reasons were as plenty as blackberries, I would give no man a reason upon coin pulsion

i Henry ir 41 4531248 And stop all fight-holes, every loop from whence the eye of reason may pry in upon us

1 46412 10 For your own reasons turn into your bofoms

Henry v. 2 - 'Tis York that hath more realun for his death

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A. S. P. C. L Reafim. But I have reasons strong and forcible

3 Henry violaf | 606159 You cannot reason almost with a man that looks not heavily and full of dread Ř. ii. 2 31 647 133 My reasons are too deep and dead ;-cwo deep and dead, poor infants in their graves 16. 4 41 If with the fap of reason you would quench, or but allay, the fire of passion H. vii. 1673 2 14 And alledg’d many sharp reasons to defeat the law

Ibid. 2

1679|1 24 But the Tharp thorny points of my alledg'd reasons, drive this forward Ibid. 21 41 6862 1 But reason with the fellow, before you punish him

Coriolanus. 41 6731 134 And public reasons shall be rendered of Cæsar's death

Julius Cæfar.13 21 755 1 1 Good reasons must, of force, give place to better

Ibid. 41 31 7611 : Your reason ?--I see it in my motion, have it not in my tongue Ant. and Cleop.2 31 777|3 It cannot hold; no reason can found his state in safety

Timon of Arbens. 2 1 80911 56 And resolv'd withall to do myself this reason, and this right Titus Andronicus. I 2 834 1 39 No marvel, though you bite so sharp at reasons, you are so empty of them Ir. G Cres: 12 2 867 6 You fur your gloves with reason

2 867 113 characterized

Ibid. 2 2 867213 - Blind fear, that seeing reason leads, finds fafer footing than blind reason stumbling without fer

Ibid. 3) 2 873147 - Where reason can revolt without perdition

Ibid. 5 2 886 249 The reason why the seven Itars are no more than seven, is a pretty reason Lear. 1 5 938 235 He has some reafun, else he could not beg

Ibid. 4. 1953125 Now see that noble and most sovereign reason, like sweet bells jangled, out of tune and harsh

Hamlet. 3) 11018135 - He is embark'd with such loud reason to the Cyprus' war

Otbello 1 110451 37 Reasonable. You thall find me reasonable

Mer. Wives of Windf. 1 47234 Reajon'd. I reason'd with a Frenchman yesterday

Mer. of Venice. 21 8 207 151 Why is this reason'd

Lear. 5) 1961 151 Renne. Had you that craft, to reave her of what Tould stead her most All's Well. 5) 3/ 303 148 Rebate. Doth rebate and blunt his natural edge with profits of the mind, study and fait

Meas. for Meas. 1) 5 792/19 Rebeck. What say you, Hugh Rebeck

Romeo and Juliet. 41 5993232 Rebel. What is me but a foul contending rebel

Tam. of ebe Sbrew. 5 2 276231 'I he merciless Macdonel worthy to be a rebel

Macbetb. 1 2 363 2 7 - A hundred thousand rebels die in this

i Henry iv. 31 2461 147 Vell, God be thanked for these rebels, they offend none but the virtuous Ibid. 31 31 463 224 And rebels' arms triumph in massacres

Ibid. 51 4 47012129 But for you, rebelsg-look to taste the due meet for rebellion

2 Henry iv. 4 2 4961115 There is not now a rebel's sword unsheath'd

Ibid.141 41 498146 The rebels are in Southwark: fly, my lord! Jack Cade proclaims himself lord Mortimer

2 Henry vi. 41 41 5951/18 Look where the sturdy rebel fits, even in the chair of state

3 Henry vi.li

1 6041 30 Rebellion of a cod-piece

Meas. for Meaf- 3 2 91 124 w Now God delay our rebellion, as we are ourselves, what things are we All's Well. 41 31 297|1|24 Natural rebellion, done i'the blade of youth

30212/15 One who, in rebellion with himself, will have all that are his, so too Winter's Tales 2 337 2130 Unthread the rude eye of rebellion

King Jobn. 541 4092 44 ·lay in his way, and he found it

i Henry iv. 5 1 467 258 To face the garment of rebellion, with some fine colour

Ibid. 5) 1 468 2 43 Thus ever did rebellion find rebuke

Ibid. 51 5 47224 in this land shall lose his fway

Ibid. 51 5 4722150 He told me that rebellion had bad luck

2 Henry iv. s I 4747 45 For that same word rebellion, did divide the action of their bodies from their souls 16. 1 11 475231 This word rebellion, it had froze them up, as fish are in a pond

Ibid.

14752 36 characterized by the earl of Westmoreland

Ibid. 41 1492235 Archbishop of York's apology for rebellion

Ibid.4) 1 493110 That you should real this lawless bloody book of forg'd rebellion with a seal divine 16.4 1 4932) 4 In a rebellion, when what's not meet, but what muft be, was law Coriolanus. 3) 1 72012151 What is the cause, Laertes, that thy rebellion looks so giant-like

Hamlet. 41 510292123 Rebellious liquors

As You Like It. 21 3 2307156 Rebound. But I do feel, by the rebound of yours, a grief that shoots my very heart at root

Ant. and Cleop. 5) 2799|2|27 Rebuke. For living murmurers there's places of rebuke

Henry viii. 21 2682139 She's a lady so tender of rebukes, that words are strokes, and strokes death to her Cym. 351 911/2/24 Rebus’d. Sir! whom should I knock? is there any man rebus'd your worship T. of tbe Sb. 1

2/ 257211 Recanter. The public body which doth seldom play the recanter Timon of Athens,isl 31 827/1/29

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A. S. P. C.L. fcep Keceipt. That his good receipt shall, for my legacy, be sanctified by the luckiest farsi in heaven

All's Well. 1 3 282 2 45 Three parts of that receipt I had for Calais, disburs’d I to his highness' foldiers R. ii. 1) 1 414 2146 Receiving. To one of your receiving, enougla is shewn

Twelfth Nigbr.13)

321 1 6 Recbeat. But that I will have a recheat winded in my forehead Mu. Ado About Notb. 1 1 123|23

My master is of churlish disposition, and little recks to find the way to heaven by
doing deeds of hospitality

As You Like It.12 41 2371186 · I reck not, though I end my life to-day

Troil. and Crep 3 5 889 248 And tell the fishes, he's the queen's son, Cloten: that's all I reck Cymbeline. 4 2 916139 And recks not his own read

Hamlet. 1 3 1009|2|36 Recking as little what betideth me

Two Gent. of Verona.14 3 40438 Reckless Silvia

Ibid. 5 21 422 54 Careless, reckless, and fearless of what's past, present, or to come Meas. for Meas.42 94 2 58 I am reckless what I do to spight the world

Macberb. 31 1 3732155 So fies the reckless shepherd from the wolf

3 Henry vi. 151 6 63112/16 You grave, but reckless senators

Coriolanus. 3 720 121 Like a puft and reckless libertine

Hamlet. 1 3 1004 2134 Reckoning. By this reckoning, he is more shrew than the Taming of the Shrew.41 11 2681110 - It strikes a man more dead than a great reckoning in a little room As You Like It.13) 323812 20 Or I will tear the reckoning from his heart

i Henry iv. 3 2 4611 39 Take from them now the sense of reckoning, if the opposed numbers pluck their hearts from them

Henry v.41 1530 11 - The pig, or the great, or the mighty, or the huge, or the magnanimous, are all one reckonings

Ibid. 41 7 534 | 2 Of honourable reckoning are you both

Romeo and Juliet. 1 2 970114 Such, amongst view of many, mine being one, may stand in number, though in reckoning none

Ibid. 1 2 9701144 Recoil. Looking on the lines of my boy's face, methoughts, I did recoil twenty-three years

Winter's Tale. I

1 2 335/2/27 A good and virtuous nature may recoil at an imperial charge

Macbeth.41 31 38012 31 And you recoil from your great stock

Cymbeline. | 7 9001158 Recoiling. Her will, recoiling to her better judgment, may fall to match you with her country forms

Orbelio. 31 310621/24 Recollected terms

Twelftb Night.2 4 316 2 Recompence. In friendly recompence

Much Ado About Nothing. 15! 4 1462 Do not look for further recompence, than thine own gladness that thou art employed

As You Like I1.131 5) 241129 My master, not myself, lacks recompence

Twelftb Nigbr. 5 313124 ES Thou art so far before, that swiftest wing of recompence is now to overtake thee Macb. - 41 366 - 33 Reconciles them to his entreaty, and himself to the drink

Ant. and Cleop. 127780 140 Record. My villainy they have upon record

Mucb Ado About Notb.5 143 1/48 it with your high and worthy deeds

Ibid. 51 14312/21 Heaven be the record to my speech

Ricbard i. I

1 414110 Away, burn all the records of the realm : my mouth shall be the parliament of England

2 Henry vi.141 71 5952158 Recordation. For recordation to my nobie husband

2 Henry iv. 2 314832) 8 - To make a recordation to my soul of every syllable that here was spoke Tr. and crel: 151 28862 17 Recorder. He hath play'd on this prologue, like a child on a recorder Mid. Nigbe's D. 5) 1193158 - Come, some music; come, the recorders

Hamlet. 31 2 1021/2/18 Recovered the most dangerous piece of lechery that was ever known in the commonwealth

Much Ado About Notb. 3) 3) 135/1/60 Recovery. Is this the fine of his fines, the recovery of his recoveries

Hamlet. 51 1 1034 2 10 Recountments. Tears our recountments had most kindly bath'd As You Like It.4) 3 245 113 Recourse. Their eyes o'ergalled with recourse of tears

Troil, and Crel: 51 31 8881 Recreant. Come, recreant; come, thou child; I'U whip thee with a rod M. Nigbt's õ. 3 2 188/2153 and most degenerate traitor

Ricbard ii. 1 1 4151 3
A caitiff recreant to my cousin Hereford

Ibid. 1 2 416
On pain to be found false and recreant

Ibid. 11 31 417/1135
Ditrustful recreants ! fight 'till the last gasp; I will be your guard Henry vi.fi 2 5462 33
But you are all recreants and daftards

2 Henry vi. 141 8] 59753 Either thou must, as a foreign recreant, be led with manacles thorough our streets Cor. 5 3 736 1 27 And may that soldier a mere recreant prove, that means not, hath not, or is not in love

Troi. and CreDL. 386411 47 Recream. Hear me, secrcant ; on thine allegiance hear me

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Comedy of Errors. 51 1 11729 Is there no quick recreation granted

Love's Labor Lot. 1 14913 If I do not gull him into a nayword, and make him a common recreation Twelfib 1.2.3 3152 43 Rectify. That 's to say, I meant to rectify my conscience

Henry vui. 21 4 68 siz|52 Restorfhip. Or had you tongues, to cry against the rectorship of judgement Coriclanus. 2 3 7181156 Recure. Which to recure, we heartily folicit your gracious self to take on you the charge and kingly government of this your land

Riçbard iii. 31 71 6551137 Red. And let's be red with mirth

Winter's Tale.41 31 3501143 Ked-breaft. 'Tis the next way to turn tailor, or be red-breast teacher 1 Henry iv. 31 1 4592/19 Kid-latrice. Your red-lattice phrases

M. Wives of Wind. 2 2 54119 He called me even now through a red-lattice

2 Henry iv. 2 248211 % Red-murrain. A red-murrain o'thy jade's tricks

Troilus and Cre: 2 86555 Red-pestilence. Now the red-pestilence strike all trades in Rome, and occupations perith

Coriolanus. 4 1 726133 Red-plague rid you

Tempeft. 1 2

S131 Red-tail'd humble bee

All's Well. 41 5 300 2 3 Redeem. Alas, I sent you money to redeem you

Comedy of Errors. 4 41 1152157 I will redeem all this on Percy's head

i Henry iv. 3 2 461 119 Redeemed. It is a thing I make, which hath the king five times redeem'd from death Cymol. 6 898 2 33 Redeemer. And defac'd the precious image of our dear Redeemer

Ricbard ii. 2 1 6441130 Redeeming time when mon least think I will

i Henry iv. I 2 445125 Redemption. You bid me seek redemption of the devil

Meas. for Meals 98126 Will you send him, mistress, redemption, the money is in the desk Como of Errors. 4 2 114116

O villain! thou wilt be condemn’d into everlasting redemption for this M. A. A. Notb. 41 2140 2140 Ridime te ceptum quam quods minime

Tam. of tbe Sbrew.) 1 25612 10 Redubted. These assume but Valour's excrement to make themselves redoubted

Merchant of Venice. 3 2 2102116 Redress. What I can redress, as I Mall find the time to friend, I will Macberb. 41 3 380 2119 pin' Things past redress, are now with me past care

Ric bard ii. 21 31 425.2 30 That thou wilt use the wars as thy redress, and not as our confusion Tim. of Atb.151 68291113 And now he writes to heaven for his redress,

Tit. Andronicus. 414 8491 42 Reduce. Abate the edge of traitors, gracious lord, that would reduce these bloody days again

Richard iii. 5 41 669243 Beechy. The reechy painting

Much Ado About Nothing. 3 34 135 126 Reachy kisses.

Hamler. 31 4 1025215 Reed. And speak between the change of man and boy, with a reed voice Mer. of Ven. 3 4 213223 Reek. Saw siyhs reek from you, noted well your passion

Love's Labor Loft.41 31 16112 57 How under my oppression Idd reek, when I first mov'd you

Henry viii. 21 41 6861) 1 You common cry of curs ! whose breath I hate as reek o' the rotten fens Coriolanus. 3 31 7251252 The violence of action hath made you reek as a sacrifice

Cymbeline. 1) 31 895 220 Recking. And draw their honours reeking up to heaven

Henry v. 41 31 5321 8 - Where he did run reeking o'er the lives of men

Coriolanus.[2 21 7151257 - villainy

Timon of Aibens. 31 681812 : Came there a reeking post, stewed in his hafte

Luar. 21 4 943120 Reeky neck

Coriolanus. 2 17141 114 With reeky sanks, and yellow chapless sculls

Romeo and Julier. 4 1990 29 Reel. I'll make my house reel to night

Coriolarus. 2 11 713,1) 9 Drink thou, encrease the reels

Ant. and Cleop. 21717812 33 Reeling pipe

Tempel. 51
It is a reeling world indeed my lord

Richard m. 31 2 650 2123 Refelld. How I pray'd, and kneelid, how he refelld me, how I reply'd M. for Miaj 51 98241 Refer. Only refer yourself to this advantage

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All's Well.

5 3 3022/43 Make your full reference freely to my lord

Ant. and Cleop. 5 2 7982135 Referr'd, Hath referr’d herself unto a poor, but worthy gentleman Cymbelino. 1 1 893113 Refleétion. Nor feels not that he owes but by reflection

Troil. and Crelli 31 31 8752-4 Reflex. May never glorious sun reflex his beams, upon the country where you make abode

i Henry vi. 5 5 568:

23 I'll say, yon grey is not the morning's eye, 'tis but the pale reflex of Cynthia's brow

Rom. and Ful. 3 5 98711155 Reformation. Never came reformation in a flood, with such a heady current

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Comedy of Errers. 1 1045 156 Nor my bad life rest me so much of friends

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Cymbeline. 31 31 909125
Refuge. Like filly beggars, who, sitting in the stocks, refuge their shame Ricbard ii. 5 5 438 2,23
Regal seat. And this the regal seat: pofless it York, for this is thine, and not king
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Inict. 1 profession of love to her father

1 930127 Regard. You throw a strange regard upon me

Twelfth Night. 51 3319 Sick in the world's regard, wretched and low

i Henry iv.4 31 4662 20 Your loss is great, so your regard should be

i Henry vi. 41 5 563120 In regard King Henry gives consent

Ibid. 5 51 5681242 Our reasons are so full of good regard

Julius Cafar. 31 7541139 Full of regard and honour

Ibid. 41 21 7582) 2 Princes all, lay negligent and loose regard upon him

Troilus and Creffida.31 31 8751120 Nature, what things there are, most abject in regard, and dear in use Tr. and Cred: 3 3 575 256 Bites his lip with a politic regard

Ibid.31 31 877114 Love is not love when it is mingled with regards, that stand aloof from the entire

Lear. 1 point

19311255 In which regard

Othello. 1 1104549 Even 'till we make the main, and the aërial blue, an indiftin&t regard Ibid. 2

11051 2146 Regarded. The best regarded virgins of our clime have lov'd it too Mer. of Venice. 2 202 1130 Regenerate. Whore youthful spirit, in me regenerate

Ricbard ii. 11 31 41612 57 Regent. Why cousin, wert thou regent of the world, it were a Mame to let this land by lease

Ibid. 2 1| 420 250 Regiment. And gives his potent regiment to a trull that noises it against us A. & CI.31 6785139 Region. He is of too high a region, he knows too much

M. W. of Wind'. 31 2 51241 In every region of his face

Orbell.41 110681125 Regreets. From whom he bringeth sensible regreets

Mer. of Ven. 21 91 2081-22 Unyoke this seizure, and this kind regreet

K. John.3 1398 1146 Lo as at English feasts, so I regreet the daintieft last, to make the end more sweet

Ricbard u. 3 41612154 Shall not regreet our fair dominions

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3) 4171216 Reguerdon. And, in reguerdon of that duty done, I gird thee with the valiant sword of York

i Henry vi. 3 1550-12 Reguerdon'd. Or been reguerdon'd with so much as thanks

Ibid.31 41 5591216
Rehearsal. Here's a mavelous convenient place for our rehearsal Midf. Nigbt's Dr. I 1830 18
Rebearse. Like an old tale ftill; which will have matters to rehearse, though credit be
asleep, and not an ear open

Winter's Tale. 5 2 360149
Reign. Thus have I politically begun my reign, and 'tis my hope to end successfully

Taming of the Sbrew. 4

12691113 For all my reign hath been but as a scene acting that argument 2 Henry iv. 4450012-12 Reignier, Duke of Anjou. D.P.

i Henry vi. 543 Reins. My belly's as cold as if I had swallow'd snow-balls for pills to cool the reins

Merry Woof Windfør. 3 5 6312 thy tongue

Love's Labor L 1.5 217212118 He will bear you easily, and reins well

Twelftb Night.31 43252/38 When she will take the rein, I let her run; but she'll not stumble

Winter's Tale. 21 31 3421119 - First the fair reverence of your highness curbs me from giving reins and spurs to my free speech

Richard ii. 1 1 414 1136 Give your dispositions the reins, and be angry at your pleasures

Coriolanus. 2 1712135 Ajax is grown self willd; and bears his head in such a rein

Troilus and Crelli 31 863211 Spur them to ruthful work, rein them from ruth

Ibid. 5 31 887253 Or the hard rein which both of them have borne against the old kind king

11 94611145 Reined. Being once chif'd, he cannot be rein'd again to temperance Coriolanus.

372412148 Rejuice beyond a common joy

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Rejoicing. Made Lud's town with rejoicing fires bright

Cymbeline. 3

1 906228 Rejoindure. Rudely beguiles our lips of all rejoindure

Troilus and Cred: 44
Rejourn the controversy of three-pence to a second day of audience

Coriolanus. 2

712222 Reitcrate. Which to reiterate were fin as deep as that, though true Winter's Tale. 337177 Relarje. Killing in relapse of mortality

Henry v. 41 31 532 1114 Relations. Auzurs and understood relations

Macbeth. 31 41 3762119 Relative. I'll have grounds more relative than this

Ilamler. 2 2/10161228 Releas'd. He hath releas'd him from the world

Meal. for Meat 1 962/10 Relent. Will ye relent, and yield to me:«; wlulit 'tis offer'd you 2 Henry vi. 141

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