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Richard iii 2 4 4251256 unrest

Ibid.31 3) 429121
As doth the blushing discontented sun from out the fiery portal of the east
And the blessed sun himself, a fair hot wench in flame-colour'd taffata i Henry iv. 1

2 443111.3

Ibid. 4) 1464 2146 And gorgeous as the sun at Midsummer

Ibid. 51 1 467 114

How bloodily the sun begins to peer above yon busky hill
On whom, as in despight, the sun looks pale, killing their fruit with frowns H. v.3 5 52315
You may as well go about to turn the sun to ice, with fanning in his face with a

Ibid. 41
peacock's feather

1529 1135 The fun with one eye vieweth all the world

i Henry vi. 1 4 5482155 As plays the sun upon the glassy streams, twinkling another counterfeited beam 16. 54566160 And these dread curses, like the fun 'gainst glass

2 Henry vi. 3 2 59017117 Dazzle mine eyes, or do I see three suns

3 Henry vi. 2 1 6092 33 Edward's fun is clouded

Ibid. 2 3 613145
When the morning sun shall raise his car above the border of this horizon Ibid. 47 627 12I
The sun shines hot, and, if we use delay, cold biting winter mars our hop'd for

Ibid. 4. 8 627 2 49
- Witness my sun, now in the shade of death; whose bright out-thining beams thy
cloudy wrath

Ricbard i. (1 3) 6401 SI When the sun sets, who doth not look for night

Ibid. 21 31 647 128 The weary sun hath made a golden set

Ibid. 51 3 6652 44 Then he disdains to Mine; for, by the book, he thould have bray'd the east an hour ago

* Ibid. 5 3 668 29 The sun will not be seen to-day; the sky doth frown and lour upon our army Ib. 51 3 668 2114

No fun thall ever usher forth mine honours, or gild again the noble troops that
waited upon my smiles

Henry viü. 3 21 6921212
As certain, as I know the sun is fire

Coriolanus. 51 41 737 210 And the shouting Romans make the sun dance

Ibid. 51 41 737218 O setting fun! as in thy red rays thou doft fink to-night, fo in this red blood Caffius' day is set ; the fun of Rome is set

Julius Cæfar. 5) 31 764114 O sun, thy uprise Tall I see no more

Ant, and Cleop. 4104 794116 O fun, burn the great sphere thou mov'st in

Ibid. 4/13) 796 2 18 Men thut their doors against a setting fun

Timon of Atbens. I

2 808137 O bleffed breeding fun, draw from the earth rotten humidity

Ibid. 4. 3 8192 25 The sun's a thief, and with his great attraction robs the vast sea

Ibid. 41 3824/2/11 As when the golden sun salutes the morn

Titus Andronicus. 2 1836 1140
And ftain the sun with fog, as sometime clouds, when they do hug him in their
melting bosoms

Is the sun dimm'd, that gnats do fly in it

1 843161

What, hath the firmament more funs than one
As when the sun doth light a storm

Ibid. 51 3 853251

Troi. and Crefl: 1 1858 133
The sun borrows of the moon when Diomed keeps his word
By the Aame of yonder glorious heaven

Ibid. 5 I 885730
We had many there, could behold the sun with as firm eyes as he

Ibid. 51 61 88912 45 - If Cæfar can hide the sun from us with a blanket, or put the moon in his pocket,

Cymbeline. 15 896 2117 we will pay him tribute for light · By the sacred radiance of the sun


3 190612 41 - An hour before the worshipp'd fun peer'd forth the golden window of the east

Lear. 1

19302 12 Arisc, fair fun, and kill the envious moon

Romeo and Juliet. 1 1 968 256

Ibid. 21 21 9752 4

Hamlet. I
Thus goes every one to the world but I, and I am sun-burn'd

Tempeft. 411 171219
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A.S. P. C. Sunder'd. Away! vexation almost ftops my breath, that funder'd friends greet in the hour of death

i Henry vi. 41 31 562114 Super fluity comes sooner by white hairs, but competency lives longer Mercb. of Venice." 19:12 Then we Mall have means to vent our musty superfluity

Coriolanus. 1 1 70511 Superfiuous. I see no reason, why thou Mouldnt be fu fuperfluous to demand the time of the day

i Henry iv. 1

2) 443

Let the fuperfluous and luft-dieted man that Naves your ordinance
Superflux. Expose thyself to feel what wretches feel : that thou may'st shake the super-

Ibici. 31 41 94314 flux to them Supernal. From that supernal judge, that stirs good thoughts

King fobr. - 1 39112': Superpraife. To vow and swear and superpraise my parts Midj. Nigbt's Dream. 3 2 1862 : Super-fer viceable rogue

Lear.12 Super-jubtle Venetian

Orbelle. 3 10501-15 Superftitious. Been out of fondness fuperftitious to him

Henry vui.[3 6872 Supervisor. Would you, the supervisor, grossly gape on

Orbell.3) 3.1063! Supervize. That, on the supervize, no leisure bated

Hamlet. 5 2 1037133 Supper. If not in heaven, you'll surely sup in hell

2 Henry vi. 5

1 6011: - About the sixth hour, when men sit down to that nourishment, which is called supper

Love's Lab. Loft." 1 149 And come again to supper to him, of purpose to have him spend less

Timon of Athens. 3 7 8 31 And, as I guess, to make a bloody supper in the Tower

3 Henry vi. 5 51 6311115 Supplant. And so supplant us for ingratitude

Titus Andronicus. I 2 8351 Supple. A brace of draymen bid-God speed him well, and had the tribute of his supple knee

Rickard 1.1 44192 I will knead him, I will make him supple

Troil. and Cred:12 3 87012: knees feed arrogance, and are the proud man's fees

Ibid. 3 3 8751: Suppler. We have suppler souls than in our priest-like fasts

Coriolarus. 5 Suppliance. The perfume and suppliance of a minute

Hamlet. I

3 100411 Suppliant. What shrill-voic'd fuppliant make this eager cry

Risbard ii. 5 3 437121. Scandal'd the suppliants for the people

Coriolanus. 3

7191-1. Supplyant. Whereunto your levy must be supplyant

Cymbeline. 3 71 914123 Supplyment. Your means abroad you have me, rich; and I will never fail beginning, nor supplyment

Ibid. 31 41 911111 Supportance. Give some supportance to the bending twigs

Ricbard i. 31 41 430124 Suppojal. Holding a weak fuppofal of our worth

Hamlet. 1 2 TOO1:23 Suppoles. While counterfeit supposes blear'd thine eyne

Tam. Of ibe Shrew. 5 I 27412 Lore not so noble a friend on vain suppose

Tit. Andronicus. I 2 83524 Suppofirion. Yet his means are in supposition

Merch. of Venice. 1 3) 20021 Only to seem to deserve well, and to beguile the supposition of that lascivious young boy, the count, have I run into this danger

All's Wel. 41 3 299121 Supt. I have supt full with horrors

Macbeth. 5 5 38511 Sur-addition. So gain’d the sur-addition, Leonatus

Cymbeline. I 1894 Suranie. Give them fome 'surance that thou art Revenge

Tit. Andronicus. S! 21 852,1 Surivase. And catch with the furcease, success

Macbcb. 1

7 368111: I will not do't; left I surcease to honour mine own truth

Coriolanus. 3 No pulse shall keep his natural progress, but furceale to beat Romeo and Juliet. 4 99023 Sure. You are both sure, and will assist me

Much Ado About

3 12521 I have paid Percy, I have made him sure

i Henry rv. 51 3 4701 Sure-card. Master Cure-card, as I think

2 Henry io. 31 2 485/2! Sure enough. If we recover the forest, we are sure enough Tavo Gent. of Verona. 5 I

421115 Surety. Then you Mall be his furety, give him this, and bid him keep it better than the other

Mer. of Venice. 5 1 One of the greatest in the christian world mall be my surety

All's Wal. 4 4 3001 - He is a man, who with a double furety binds his followers

2 Henry We'll surety him

Coriolanus. 3

1721 17 The wound of peace is surety, surety secure

Troil. and Crel12

2 856 Surfeit is the father of much fast

Meal. for Mica 113 As a furfeit of the sweetest things, the deepest loathing to the stomach brings

Midf. Night's Dream. 2


1822 So thou my surfeit and my heresy, of all be hated

1:23 18:43 Now comes the sick hour that his surfeit made

Rickard u. 2 2 431 As one that surfeits, thinking on a want

2 Henry 4.31 2 590129 Though not by var, by surfeit die your king

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A.S. P. C.L. | 7031|21 Surfeits. What authority surfeits on, would relieve us

Thou art too full of the war's surfeits, to go rove with one that's yet unbruis’d Ib. 4) 1 726235 Surfeiting. His purpose surfeiting, he sends a warrant for my poor brother's head

Mias. for Meas. 511


2 Henry iv. 5 5 506212 Surfeit-Swvell de So surfeit-swell'd, fo old, and so profane

Surges. I saw him beat the surges under him, and ride upon their backs
Leak'd is our bark; and we, poor mates, stand on the dying deck, hearing the surges

Timon of Athens. 41 21 819 - 40
Expecting even when some envious surge will in his brinish bowels swallow him

Titus Andron. 3) 1 8421 63 Surgeon. Have by some surgeon, Shylock, on your charge, to stop his wounds, left he

Mercb. of Venice. 4) 1 217 1| 7 do bleed to death

Julius Cæfar.1 1 74121-5
I am, indeed, sir, a surgeon to old shoes.

Lcar. 41 6 958 2 32
Let me have a surgeon, I am cut to the brains
Surgery. Our hands are often tarr'd over with the surgery of our sheep As You Like Ir. 3 2 235 1117
Surly borne

Troi. and Crell: 2 38701241
Surplice. Though honesty be no puritan, yet it will do no hurt; it will wear the surplice

All's Well. 1 3 28111159 of humility over the black gown of a big heart

361216 Surplus. It is a surplus of your grace, which never my life may last to answer W.'s Tale. 5 3 He hath faults, with surplus, to tire in repetition

Coriolanus. I Il 7032123 Sur-reyn'd jades

Henry v.3) 51 52311 6 Surrey, Duke of. D.P.

Richard ü. 413 Earl of. D. P. Richard iii. p. 663.

D. P. Henry viii. 671 Survey. Whose beauty did astonith the survey of richest eyes

All's Well. 5) 31 3022 27 Surveyor to the duke of Buckingham. D. P.

Henry viii.

6711 My surveyor is false ; the o'er-great cardinal hath thew'd him gold

Ibid. I 1 674 149 Sufpet. And draw within the compass of suspect the unviolated honour of your wife

Comedy of Errors. 31 1

11011135 Do not thou suspect my years

Mu, Ado About Notb.42 14012 57 As the suspect is great

2 Henry vi. 1 31 576156 If my fufpect be false, forgive me, God

Ibid.31 2 588131 My lord, you do me shameful injury, falsely to draw me in these vile suspects

Ricbard it. I

31 638 2/32 He liv'd from all attainder of suspect

Ibid. 31 51 653129 ftill comes where an estate is least

Timon of Athens.

5825151 Sufpend. If it shall please you to suspend your indignation

Lear. 1 2 933/26 Suspicion. Wear his cap with suspicion

Mu. Ado Ab. Norb. I 1 1231150 - Out of all suspicion, she is virtuous

Ibid. 21 31 13012 22 I have too much believ'd mine own fufpicion

Winter's Tale. 3) 2 34523 See what a ready tongue suspicion hath

2 Henry ivalo

14741236 All our lives will be stuck full of eyes

1 Henry iv. 51 246918 - always haunts the guilty mind

3 Herryvi. 5 6 637 228 Thus have we swept suspicion from our seat

Ibid. 571 632 2113 Your suspicion is not without wit and judgment

Olbello.141 21072 2 7
To him that did but yesterday suspire

King Jcbn. 31 41 4001249
Did he suspire, that light and weightless down perforce must move

2 Henry iv. 41 41 499 116 A better never did itself sustain upon a coldier's thigh

Oibello. 51 2 1078237
On their sustaining garments not a blemish
And all the idle weeds that grow in our sustaining corn

Tempeft. 2

4139 Sutler. For I fhall futler be unto the camp

Lear. 41 4 955237 Suum. Says fuum, mun, ha no nonny

Hemry v. 2 il 5152/12

Lear. 31 41 9482 52
No, good swabber, I am to hull here a little longer Twelfth Nigbl. 1 5 31252
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Richard ii. 1st 21 6631

Ant. and Cleop. 4110 79312) - The fwallow follows not summer more willingly, than we your lordfhip; nor more willingly leaves winter

Tim. of Asbens. 3 ( 67 81742424 And run like fwallows o'er the plain

Titus Andron. zł 2 83814 Now to the Gothis, as swift as swallow fies, there to difpose this treasure in my

Ibid. 4) 2) 847-163
Swan. You were also, Jupiter, a swan, for the love of Leda Merry W. of Winds: 51 5711147

Let mufick sound, while he doth make his choice; then, if he lose, he makes a swan-
like end, fading in mufick

Mercb. of Venice. 3 2 210115
Wheresoe'er we went, like Juno’s fwans, ftill we went coupled, and infeparable

As You Like It. 1 3 228149 ce I am cygnet to this pale faint swan, who chants a doleful hymn to his own death

K. Joon. $) 7) 4179 So doth the swan her downy cygnets fave, keeping them prisoners underneath her wings

i Henry vi.(514 566|1|s3 - As I have seen a swan with bootless labour fwim against the tide

3 Henry vi. 1 3 6071252 For all the water in the ocean can never turn the swan’s black legs to white 7. An. 4

847(1144 And I will make thee think thy fwan a crow

Romeo and Juliet. 1) 2 970246 I will play the swan, and die in music

Ötbello. st 2 1078 lei Swan's down fearber. The swan's down feather, that stands upon the swell at full of tide, and neither way inclines

Antony and Cleop. (31 2782341
Swan's neft. Our Britain seems of it, but not in it; in a great pool, a fwan's neft Cym. 3 4 9101313
Swart, like my shoe, but her face nothing like so clean kept

Com. of Errors. 3 2
Crooked, swart, prodigious

King Jobr. 31 1

I Hen, vi. I
I was black and swart before
Swartbs. An affe&ion'd ass, that cons ftate without book, and utters it by great swarths

Twelfth Nigbt. 2 31 31611

Henry v.3) 2
Swashers. As young as I am, I have observ'd these three swashers

As You Like It. il 31 22812
Swashing. We'll have a swashing and a martial outside

Romeo and Juliet.' 1 698" - Remember chy fwashing blow

Tim. of Alb.4 3 8222
Swarb. Hadft thou, like us, from our firft fwath proceeded
And there the strawy Greeks, ripe for his edge, fall down before him, like the

Troi. and Creff: 5588911
mowers swath
Swarbing cloaths. Thrice hath this Hotspur Mars in swathing cloaths, this infant war-

i Henry io. 3 2146012 rior, in his enterprizes discomfited great Douglas

Ma. Ado About Norb.f41
Sway. Let my counsel fway you in this case

2 Henry iv. 4 1 4922 Let us (way on, and face them in the field

i Henry vi. 3 2 55811 A gentler heart did never sway in court - Are you not mov’d, when all the fway of earth shakes, like a thing unfirm 7. Casar. 3 345)

Lear. 41 71 9600 Proceed i’ the fway of your own will

Mercb. of Venice. I

3 Sway'd and fashion'd by the hand of heaven

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 3 2 26511 in the back - Heaven forgive them, that so much have sway'd your majesty's good thoughts away

i Hen. iv.13

21 461 from me

3 Henry vi. 21 6 615 - And, Henry, hadft thou sway'd as kings should do Swaying. Rather swaying more upon our part, than cherishing the exhibiters againīt

Henry v. 1


Tempeft. 2
Swear upon that bottle

Two Gent. of Veruna. 4

39 By this pale queen of night, I swear

Mercbant of Venice. 2 204 Talk with respect, and swear but now and then

Mu. Ado About Noth. 2
by his affection

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Swear. Who should I swear by? thou believ'ft no god

Tit. Andron. Ist 11 851111
When a gentleman is difpos’d to swear, it is not for any stander-by to curtail his

Cymbeline. 2 1 901 1|49
a prayer or two, and falls asleep

Romeo and Juliet. 14 973|| 4 Swearer. I do believe the swearer

Mer. W. of Winds: 2

54/1/34 Swearing 'till my very roof was dry with oaths of love

Merchant of Venice. 3 2 211 2116 - Why should I think you can be mine, and true, though you in swearing thake the throned gods

Ant, and 31 7701235
Sweat. The ploughman loft his sweat

Midf. Night's Dream. 2
When service sweat for duty, not for meed

As You Like 1..2 3 2301215
Where none will sweat but for promotion

Ibid. 2 3 23021 7
Is not the grease of a mutton as wholesome as the sweat of a man

Ibid. 3 2 235 119
If I do sweat, they are drops of thy lovers, and they weep for thy death 2 Hen. iv. 41 3 4961 41
Drops bloody sweat from his war-wearied limbs

1 Henry vi. 41 41 5622 25
He was stirr'd with such an agony, he sweat extremely

Henry viii. 2 1 679 1 46
with wrath

Coriolanus. 1 4 708 149
It is no little thing to make my eyes to sweat compassion

Ibid. 51 3 73612158
I have sweat to see his honour

Tim. of Arbenis. 3 2 813|2|24
A chilling sweat o'er-runs my trembling joints

Titus Andronicus. 21 41 840118
'Till then, I'll sweat, and seek about for eafes

Troi. and Cri1.511 891 2 21
Sweating. Here comes the sweating lord

Ricbard u. 3 1648152
Sweary. This sweaty hafte doth make the night joint-labourer with the day Haviler. 1

11000 216
Sweeps. She sweeps it through the court with troops of ladies

? Henry vi. 3 575|2|40 And lo, where George of Clarence sweeps along

3 Henry vi. 51 | 628 2.25
- You shall have letters from me to some friends, that will sweep your way for you

Ant. and Cleop: 31 9 78711118
What a sweep of vanity comes this way

Timon of Arbens."
Sweep-ftake. That sweepstake, you will draw both friend and foe, winner and loser Ham. 41 510292 49
Sweet as spring-time flowers

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 2

il 262141 As the last taste of sweets, is sweetest last

Richard ii. 2

draught : sweet, quoth a! sweet sink, sweet sewer

Troilus and Cref. 511 8857
I have given him that, which, if he take, Ahall quite unpeople her of liegers for her

Cymbeline 116 898 2.51
Sweet gloves. You promis'd me a tawdry lace, and a pair of sweet gloves Wi's Tale. 41 33521 20
Sweet-beart. Give me some fack; and sweet-heart, lye thou there 2 Henry iv. 241 485|210
Sweet boney Greek

Troil. and Creft:15 3 88526
Sweet -marjoram

Lear. 4

Sweet scrolls, to fly about the streets of Rome

Titus Andronicus. 41 41 8490/45
Sweet and twenty

Twelfth Night. 2 3) 314252
Sweeting. Ay, marry, sweeting, if we could do that

i Henry vi. 31 31 558 159
Thy wit is a very bitter sweeting

Romeo and Julier. 241 979113
Sweetly. How most sweetly a' will swear

Love's Lab. Loft:41 1158 2120
Swell. For 'tis Polixenes has made thee swell thus

Winter's Tale. 2 1 339 2 10
And, not to swell our spirit

Timon of Atb.31 5 817132
Unless it swell past hiding, and then it is past watching

Troil. and Crell1

2 8612 2 Swelling. Between these swelling wrong-incensed peers

Richard iii. 2

Three lads of Cypruso-noble swelling spirits, that hold their honours in a wary

Otbello. 21 31055/44
Swelter'd venom, Neeping got

Macbeth. 4

3772153 Sweno, the Norways' king, craves compofition

2 364 1 41
Swerve. Were I the fairest youth that ever made eye swerve

Winter's Tale. 4 3 353 14%
But alas, I swerve

Cymbeline. 5 41 92515
Swerving. Not swerving with the blood

Henry v. 2 517 9
A moft unnoble (werving

Ant. and Cleop.131 91 78752
Swift. He is very swift and sententious

As You Like It. 51 41 2481210
A good swift fimile, but something currith

Tam. of the Shrew. 5 227512135
Swifter. That it was, which caus'd our swifter compofition

Curiolanus. 3) 17191119
Swift-wing'd souls

Richard ii. 2 2 645 2141
Swill'd with the wild and wasteful ocean

Henry v. 3 320/139
Swills your warm blood like wash

Ricbard m. 3 21 665 1150
Swim. Dar'st thou, Cassius, now leap in with me into this angry flood, and swim to
yonder point

Julius Cæfar. 1 7437133
Swimmers. Doubtful it ftood; as kvo spent swimmers, that do cling together, and

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