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Sell when you can, for you are not for all markets

A.S. P.C. Semblable. It is a wonderful thing, to see the semblable coherence of his men's spirits

As You Like It3) 51 2407 and his Of semblable import

2 Henry ro. 5)

90112 His femblable, yea, himself, Timon disdains

Ant. and Cleop-31 4178341 To make true diction of him, his femblable is his mirrour

Timon of Atbers./4) 3) 819 Semblably. His srame was Blunt, semblably furnish'd like the king himself

Hamier. 5 2 1038) Semblance. If you go out in your own femblance, you die

Hen. iv. 51 31 47011

Merry W. of Windfor. 412
Thofe two Dromio's, ope in semblance
The femblance of a maid

Comedy of Errors: 51 | 1201

M. Ado About Nobing. 2) 2 129
Thy image doth appear in the rare semblance that I lov'd it first
How little is the cott I have bestowed in purchafing the semblance of my foul

Ibid.5 145

Merchant of Venice. 3 4 213
As many other mannish cowards have, that do outface it with their semblances

As You Like II
I have your own letter, that induced me to the semblance I put on

Tw. Nigbr. 51 331
This thip boy's semblance hath disguis'd me quite

K. Yobn. 41 31 405 With cheerful semblance, and sweet majeity

Henry v.41cb 527 As he made semblance of his duty, would have put his knife into him

Henry viä. (1/24 676 To assume a semblance that the very dogs disdain'd

Lear. 51 3 964 An ill-befecming semblance for a feast

Romeo and Juliet. 51 974 Semblative. And all is femblative a woman's part

Twe'fıb Nighi. 4) 316 Semiramis. We'll have to thee a couch, fofter and sweeter than the luftful bed on purpole trim'd up for Semiramis

Induco to Taming of the Shrew. 2) 259 This goddess, this Semiramis

Titus Andron. 2) 183€

Sempronius. D. P. Tim. of Athens. p. 803.

Titus A dronel 83:
Senate. Which will in time break ope the locks o' the fenate

Coriolanus. 3) 1 720 Senators. I'll report it, where senators Ihall mingle tears with smiles

Ibid. 1 91 710 D.P. Jul. Cajar. p. 741.

D. P. Tim. of Atb.

80 D. P. Tit. Andron., p. 831. - D.P. Cymbeline. p. 893.

D. P. Orbello.
The fenator shall bear contempt hereditary

Timon of Aibens.f41 31 81
Sender. We must receive him according to the honour of his sender

Cymbeline.2 31 90
Seneca cannot be too heavy, nor Plautus too light

Sinoys. The Florentines and Senoys are by the ears

All's Well.] 2) 27
Şerije, stomach of

Howsoe'er you have been juftled from your fenfes

Ibid. 5) 1

Meal. for Meal: 11 5
One who never ieels the wanton stings and motions of the sense

7 She speaks this in the infirmity of fense

Ibid. 151 1

Aga nit all sense you do importune her
Their sense thus weak, loft in their fears, thus strong Midf. Night's Dream. 3


A. W.2
And what impossibility would Nay in common sense, sense faves another
Your tenses, unintelligent of our intutficiency, may, though they cannot praife us!

Winter's Tale. I

33 as little accuse us

Ibid. 2

34 You smell this business with a sense as cold as is the dead man's nore Which so drew the rest of the herd to me, that all their other senses stuck in

Ibid.4 3 35

Henry v.!4 52 All his senses have but human conditions


Timor of Atb. I
The five best fenfes acknowledge thee their patron

Troles and Creff :


86 To let his fenre on the attentive bent


85 The spirit of sense hard as the palm of ploughman

Cymbeline. 2 290 And be her sense but as a monument then in a chapel lying

Lear.4) 695 Your other senses grow imperfect by your eyes' anguish

Ibid.4 796
The untun’d and jarring fenfes, o, wind up of this child-chang'd father

Rom.and Jui.1
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A.S. P. C. L. The lord ambaffador sent from a sort of tinkers to the king

Merry Wives of Wind. i


47 Sentences. Drunk himself out of his five sentences

Mu. Ado About Norb.)2

3 1312

9 Shall quips and sentences

Twelfth Night.13

32011 – A sentence is but a cheveril glove to a good wit What is thy sentence then, but (peechless death, which robs my tongue from breath

Ricbard ii. ing native breath


931128 And, with strain'd pride, to come betwixt our sentence and our power

As You Like It - 54 2482 10 Sententicus. He is very swift and sentencious

And the hath the prettiest sententious of it, of you, and rosemary. Romeo and Julieta 12 4 980 1 57 Sepulcbre. What is it but to make thy sepulchre, and creep into it far before thy time

3 Henry vi..


Ibid. 21 51 6151/10
My heart, sweet boy, Mall be thy fepulchre

Mu. Ado Ab. Norb. 3 2 1341) 4
Sequel. So you will say, when you have seen the sequel
And mark how well the sequel hangs together

Richard ui.3) 6 6532150
Hamiet. 3

21022 11 2
- Is there no sequel at the heels of this mother's admiration
Cut off the sequence of pofterity

K. Jobr.2

391126 R.ii.2

42112129 Be not thyself, for how art thou a king, but by fair sequence and succession of degree

Timon of Arbets.s 31 8272)45 - Why lifts the up her arms in fequence thus

Titus Andron. 4 1845 1146 Sequent.

Immediate sentence, then, and sequent death

Meaf. for Meaj: 15
He hath fram'd a letter to a sequent of the stranger queen's

Love's Labor Lot. 42
O Lord, fir, is very sequent to your whipping

All's Well. 2
Yet nature finds itself scourg'd by the sequent effects


9332134 What to this was sequent thou know'st already

Hamle. 5 2 10372/26
The gallies have sent a dozen sequent messengers this very night at one another's

Orbello. 1
Sequefter. This hand of yours requires a sequefter from liberty

Ibid. 34 10650124
Sequestration. It was a violent commencement in her, and thou shalt see an answerable

3 105012131 Sere. He is deformed, crooked, old, and sere

Comedy of Errors.14 1132130 The clown shall make those laugh, whose lungs are tickled o' the serc

Hamlet. 2 2101312123 Serge. Ah, thou say, thou serge, nay, thou buckram

2 Henry vi. 41 7 59612 23 Serjeant at Arms. D.P.

Henry viii. 671 Serjeant. As this fell serjeant, Death, is ftri&t in his arrest


sl 2 1049|123 Sermons in stones, and good in every thing

As You Like Ir. 2291125 In her chamber, making a sermon of continency to her Tam. of tbe Sbrew.14

7 Come, fermon me no further, no villainous bounty yet hath past my heart Tim. of Aib.


4 Serpent. That dare as well answer a man, indeed, as I dare take a ferpent by the tongue

Mu. Ado About Norb.


14219 Thus did he strangle serpents in his manus

Love's Labour Lof. 51 2

172 1/10 Help me, do thy best to pluck this crawling serpent from my breast

M. Ni's Dr.

1822 58

Methought a serpent eat my heart away, and you sat smiling at his cruel prey

I will shake thee from me, like a serpent

1872 1

3 Now to 'scape the serpent's tongue, we will make amends ere long


2/ 196 2 23 What, wouldst thou have a serpent fting thee twice

Mercb.of Venice. 4 1 2151144 When I said a mother, methought you saw a serpent

All's Well.


Look like the innocent Aower, but be the serpent under it

There the grown serpent lies
- France, thou may't hold a serpent by the tongue
- He is a very serpent in my way; and wherefce'er this foot of mine doth tread, he

King John.131 398,2) I
lies before me
Forget to pity him, left thy pity prove a serpent that will Ning thee to the heart

Ricbard ii. 5 3 437156 Their touch affrights me as a serpent's sting

Were there a serpent seen with forked tongue, that Nily glided towards - your ma· jefty



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Serpent. The serpent that did fting thy father's life, now wears his crown
-'if any wretch hath put this in your head, let heaven requite it with the serpent's

Serpent's egg. And therefore think him as a serpent's egg

Otbullo. 4) 210702) Serpigo. Do curse the gout, serpigo, and the rheum, for ending thee no sooner M. for M.31 i

Julius Cæfar.121 747|1|17 Now the dry serpigo on the subject

8712/23 Şervant. Too low a mistress for fo high a fervant

Troilus and Cressida. 2 31 869138 - I cannot be true servant to my master, unless I prove false traitor to myself

Two Gent. of Verona. 21 41

30/227 Heaven bless them, and make them his servants

Ibid. 4) 3) 41437

Mer. W. of Winds: 21.21 54/747 must their masters' minds fulfil Let me be your servant; though I look old, yet I am strong and lufty

Comedy of Errors. 4) 2) 113)) ;

As Y. L. II.2) 3 230/153
Your servant's servant is your servant, madam
There's not a one of them, but in his house I keep a servant fee'd

Twelftb Nigbe. (311 320243

Macberb.3) 41 376/2/25 Both fell by our servants, by those men we lov'd most

Henry viii. 21 1 6801143 Peace, plenty, love, truth, terror, that were the servants to this chosen infant, Thall

) then be his, and like a vine grow to him

Ibid. 5 4 7022 I had rather be a servant in my way, than sway with them in theirs Coriolanus. 2 1 71411 When he had no power, but was a petty servant to the state, he was your enemy 15.21 3 71814

Every good servant does not all commands; no bond, but to do just ones Cymbeline. I 5 1 920111 - Various objects of servants described by lago

Otbeilo. 1 T 104411 Servanted. My affairs are fervanted to others

Coriolanus. 5) 273412 Serue. Then give me leave to read philosophy, and while I pause, serve in your harmony

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 31 1 2641 He is my good lord: whom I serve above, is my master

All's Well. 21 31 2881 Ay, so you ferve us, 'till we serve you

Ibid. 4. 2 Shame serves thy life, and doth thy death attend

Ricbard üi.[41 41 66111 - My leisure serves me, pensive daughter, now

Romeo and Juliet. 4) 1999 Serve God, love me, and mend

Much Ado About Norb. 52 145 Seraid. Had I but ferv'd my God, with half the zeal I serv'd my king

Henry vii. 3) 2 692 Service. He hath done good service

Much Ado Ab. Norb. i The constant service of the antique world, when service sweat for duty, not for meed

As You Like It. 2) 3) 230 The poorest service is repaid with thanks

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 41 31 270 She that would alter services with thee, the fortunate unhappy Twelfib Nigbr. 2) 5) 3199 Commend them or condemn them, to her service, or to their own perdition w.Tale. 41 31 353 All our service in every point twice done, and then done double, were poor and jingle business

Mactetb. I 6 367 - My gracious lord, I tender you my service, such as it is, being tender, raw, and

Ricbard i. 2 young I know not whether God will have it so, for some difpleasing service I have done

i Henry iv. 3) 21 459 The service that I truly did his life, hath left me open to all injuries 2 Henry iv. 5 2 So service shall with steeled linews toil

Henry v. 2 And do some service to Duke Humphrey's ghost

a Henry vi. 3) 2 589

Ricbard in. 4 2 658 Is it even so ? repays he my deep service with such contempt

Henry vii. 3 - I know his noble nature, not to let thy hopeful service perish too Do it at once, or all thy precedent services are all but accidents unpurpos'd

Ant. and Cleop. 4/12


Troilus and Creff 2 Your last service was fufferance, 'twas not voluntary

Cymbeline. 3

2 90 If it be fo'to do good service, never let me be counted ferviocable

Ibid. 31 31 90 This service is not service fo being done, but being so allow'd

Otbello. 5) 2107 I have done the state some service, and they know it

Tam, of the Sbrew.1

25 Serviceable. Be serviceable to my son, quoth he


61 95 able villain

Timon of Arbens.


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As You Like It. 1217 232 2112
Set. In good fet terms

K. John.15
And shall I now give o'er the yielded set

Ricbard ii. 4
Who fets me else? by heaven, I'U throw at all

Julius Cæsar. 2
on your foot; and with a heart new-fir'd, I follow you

Titus Andron. 5
As sure a card as ever won the set

Cymbeline. 4 3 919-25
Sir, my life is yours, I humbly set it at your will

Hamlet. 43/1027213
Thou may’ft not coldly set our fovereign process

Orbello. I
That never fet a squadron in the field

11043 2/10

Ibid. 2
He'll watch the horologe a double set

3105618 Tempeft.

5/2/43 Setebos. His art is of such power, it would controul my dam's god Setebos

i Henry iv. 2

4492130 Settir. 'Tis our setter, I know his voice

6901232 Setting. And from that full meridian of my glory, I hafte now to my setting Henry viii. 3

Romeo and Juliet.3 s 988 2 44 Settle your fine joints


7 3681243 Settled. I am settled, and bend up each corporal agent to this terrible feat

2 Henry vi. 3 See how the blood is settled in his face


Henry viii. 31
No, he's settled, not to come off, in his difpleasure

688 2 8 Her blood is settled, and her joints are stiff

Romeo and Juliet. 4 5 992224 Sertling, Trouble him no more, 'till further settling

Lear.147 960243

Much Ado About Nothing.12
Seven-nigbt. Which is hence a just feven-night

128121 4

Love's L. LA. 2

154 1 19
My lips are no common, though several they be
By fome severals, of head-piece extraordinary

Winter's Tale. 1

336/22 I do not like these several councils

Richard iii. 13

651117 Limit each leader to his several charge



3/ 665|250 and generals of grace exact

Troilus and Creffida. 1 31 8631152 Severally. The counterchange is severally in all

Cymbeline. 5 5 927|2/42 Sever'd. Well, the king hath sever'd you and prince Harry

2 Henry io. 477253 Severing. What envious streaks do case the severing clouds in yonder east Rom. and Jul. 3 5 987-41 Severn. Sandy-bottom'd Severn

i Henry iv. 3

457 2 22 Sex. Think you I am no stronger than my sex, being so father'd and so husbanded

Jul. Cæfar. 2

7492125 Sexton. D.P.

Mucb Ado About Notb.
A stool and a cushion for the sexton


Quaff’d off the muscadel, and threw the fops all in the sexton's face Tamo of the Sbr. 13
Seymour, Lord

Richard ii. 2
Seyron. D.P.


Troilus and Cres: 2

Shadow. I am but a shadow, and to your Madow will I make true love

Two Gent. of Verona. 4)
To worship madows and adore false shapes

Ibid. 14 3

392 33 Come, Shadow, come, and take this shadow up That the time may have all thadow and filence in it

Measure for Measure.3

89 236 Believe me, king of shadows, I mistook

Midf. Night's Dream.3

1801 40 'Tis such as you, that creep like Madows by him, and do figh at each his needlers heavings

Winter's Tale. 2 3] 341 266 So many of his shadows thou haft met, and not the very king

i Henry ju. s 44701253 D. P.

2 Henry iv. I am your shadow, my lord; I'll follow you

(2132 We muft have a number of Madows to fill up the muster-book

Şimon,-Ay, marry, let me have him to fit under; he's like to be a cold foldier
I am but thadow of myself: you are deceiv'd, my substance is not here
Muft he be then as shadow of himself

i Henry vi.2 31 5521 19

2151 That are the substance of that great shadow I did represent

2 Henry vill We'll yoke together, like a double shadow

61 625240 I call'd thee then, poor shadow, painted queen

660110 To-night have struck more terror to the soul of Richard, than can the substance of






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Sbaft. I'll make a shaft or a bolt on't - When I had lost one shaft, 1 shot his fellow off the self-fame way Mercb. of Venice. I : 1952

He would have clapp'd i' the clout at twelve score, and carried you a fore hand) Maft a fourteen and fourteen and a half All your shafts into the court, we will affia the emperor in his pride Titus Android 3843

2 Henry iv.13 21 48912 Sbug-tar'd. Thou ly'st, thou thag-ear'd villain

Macberb.141 2380111 Sbake your shaking

Tempeft. 2 2 Go apart, Adam, and thou shalt hear how he will Make me up

As You Like It. I 1 2232 Many a man's tongue Makes out his master's undoing

All's Well. 21 41 288 Be pleas'd that I Thake off these names you give me

Tw. Nigbl. 5) 11 329 - Fears and scruples shake us: in the hand of God I Stand

Macbeth.21 31 372 And either greet him not, or else disdainfully, which shall shake him more than is not look'd on

Troil and Crefl: 31 31 875 When the seem'd to shake, and fear your looks, she lov'd them moft


31 3110614 And ever will, though he do fhake me off to beggarly divorcement -love him dearly

Ibid.41 211072 He fupp'd at my house; but I therefore thake not

Ibid. 5) 11075 Sbaking. Macbeth is ripe for Making

Macberb. 41 31 382 Sbales. Leaving them but the Thales and husks of men

Henry v. 4) 2) 530 Sball. Mark you his absolute Mall

Coriolanus. 3) 1 720 Sballore. This is a very shallow monster


D. P. M.W.of Wind. p. 45.

2 Henry iv.

471 You are too shallow, Hastings, much too shallow


1.41 21 495 - Tell him, his fears are Mallow, wanting instance

Richard m. 3) 2) 650 Sballoroly. Most shallowly did you these arms commence

2 Henry iv. 4 2 496 Stambles." Far be it from the thoughts of Henry's heart, to make a shambles of the

3 Henry vi.1

Two Gent. of Verona. I
Sbame. A paffing Thame
Better Thame than murther

Merry W. of Windsor. 4 2 I bear the shame moft patiently

Meas. for Meal: 123


Ibid. 4) 4 -Tender shame No man that hath a name, but falsehood and corruption doth it shame' Com. of Er.12

Ibid. 312 hath a baftard fame

Mu. Ado Abs. Noth. 2 My cunning Mall not Mame me

Ibid.31 3 Shame her with what he saw o'er-night Death is the faireft cover for her shame A thousand innocent Thames, in angel whiteness, bear away those bluffies Which I had rather seal with my death, than repeat over to my Mame

Mer. of Venice. I

As You Like Ir. 413 No thame but mine : I must, forsooth, be forc'd to give my hand opposed againn

Taming of the Sbrew. 3

All's Well. 2 Upon them shall the causes of their death appear, unto our shame perpetual W. Tale.3

Macberb. 3

K. Fobr.2 His mother shames him so, poor boy he weeps A fellow, by the hand of nature mark'd, quoted, and fign'd, to do a deed of shame 16.12

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My life thou shalt command, but not my fhame
Take but my thame, and I resign my gage

Live in thy name, but die not shame with thee
- Come you, my lord, to see my open shame
My name will not be shifted with my Meet

then a shame take all


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