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Swimming described
Swine. Pearl enough for a swine

Tempef. 21. 1 8,41
O monstrous beast! how like a swine he lies
Killing fwine
To hug with swine

3 3641 This foul swine lies now even in the centre of this ifle


Ribardini. s 2 6051 Swine-dru nk. Drunkenness is his best virtue, for he will he rwine-drunk Swinge. If they deny to come, swinge me them foundly forth unto their husbands

Tam of the Sbrew. 51 21 276 Swinge-bucklers. You had not four such swinge-bucklers in all the inns of court again

2 Henry iv. 3) 2 483 Swing d. I would have swing'd him, or he should have swing'd me

Merry W. of Wind. 5 5 73 - Had he been lay, my lord, I had swinged him soundly

Measure for Meafure.5 11 99 I will have you foundly swing'd for this

2 Henry iv. 51 41503 Swirish sleep When in swinih Deep their drenched natures lie, as in a death

Macb. 171 302 Sevinstead. Toward Swinstead, to the abbey there

K. Yobr. | 31 400 Switcbard Spurs. Switch and spurs, or I'll cry a match

Romeo and Juliet.2 4 97 Switzers. Where are my Switzers

Hamlet. 4 3 102 Swoons. So play the foolish throng with one that swoons, come all to help him, and fo) stop the air by which he should revive

Meas. for Meas | 2 41 I swoon almost with fear

Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 2 31 18 Many will fwoon when they do look on blood

As You Like It. 41 31 2 Did your brother tell you how I counterfeited to swoon, when he showed me your handkerchief

Ibid. 5 2 Or else I swoon with this dead-killing news

Ricbard ni. 41 What, did Cafar (woon

Jul. Cæfar.

Troilus and Creil 3 ? Sewerning destruction Swoop. What all my pretty chickens, and their dam, at one fell fwoop

Macberb.141 31 Sword. If I were young again, the sword should end it

Merry Wives of Wind. - I bruised my thing the other day with playing at sword and dagger with a master of

Ibid. 1) fence - I have seen the time, with my long sword, I would have made you four tall fellows

Ibid. 2 skip like rats The sword and the word! do you study them both, master parson

Ibid. 31 1 Lay your swords to pawn

Ibid.31 1

Much Ado Ab. Norb. 41 1 - Do not swear by it, and eat it

M. N.Dr.I · I woo'd thee with my sword, and won thy love, doing thee injuries

Let the prologue seem to fig, we will do no harm with our sword
Or, witli a base and boisterous sword, enforce a thievin living on the common road

As You Like It. 2 3 - An old rusty sword ta'en out of the town armory, with a broken hilt

, and chapelers, 7

Tam. of the Shrewv.131 2 with two broken points

All's Well.2
My sword and yours are kin, good (parks, and lustrous
Tell him, that his sword can never win the honour that he loses

Tw. Night. 4
Therefore on, or strip your sword stark naked

Winter's Tale.12

3 Swear by this sword, thou wilt perform my bidding

Macberb. 43
Let us rather hold fast the mortal fword

King Jobr. 21
Left, unadvised, you stain your fiords with blood
Put up your sword betime, or I'll co nául you and your toasting iron

Ricbard i. II
What my tongue speaks, my right drawn sword may prove
And by that sword I swear, which gently laid my knighthood on my shoulder

I Henry jo.l2
My sword hack'd like a hand-saw
If the man were alive, and would deny it, I would make him eat a piece of my

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A. S. P. C.L. Sword. But I'll make thee cat iron, like an oftridge, and swallow my sword like a great i pin

2 Henry vi. 4/10 598 2 17. -- Let this, my sword, report what speech forbears

Ibid. 4 10 5981244 I will h.llow thee, for this thy deed, and hang thee o'er my tomb, when I am dead

Ibid.4.19 5991 Thus doth he force the swords of wicked men to turn their own points on their masters broms

Ricbard iii. 5 2 6651128
Advance your ít ndards, draw your willing swords

Ibid. 5 3 668 149
Our strong arms be our conscience, swords our law
I know his sword hach a Marp edge; it's long, and, it may be said, it reaches tar

Henry viii.

1673 120 He had rather see the swords, and hear a drum, than look upon his school-malter Cor.1 31 70711154 Filling the air with swords advanc'd

Ibid. 1 67091239 His sword (deach's stamp) where it did mark it took

Ibid. 2 2) 71512145 To you our swords have leaden points

F. Cafar. 3 1 753 2142 With this good sword, that ran through Cæsar's bowels, search this bosom Ibid. 51 31 763241 This is a Roman's part; come, Cassius' sword, and find Titinius' heart Ibid. 51 3764234 She made great Cæfar lay his sword to bed; he plough'd her, and she cropt Ant. & Cleo. 2) 277612/20 My sword made weak by my affection, would obey it on all cause

Ibid.3) 9 287 2 19 • This is his sword, I robb’d his wound of it

Ibid. 51 1 7972150 He thould eat swords first

Troie and Crefy: 2 3 870 - 17_ When thou hast hung thy advanced sword i' the air, not letting it decline on the declin'd

Ibid.41 5 8831 13 Rest, sword; thou hast thy fill of blood and death

Ibid. 519 890 1147 That such a Nave as this should wear a sword, who wears no honesty Lear.24 21 94131 To be tender minded does not become the sword

Ibid. si 3 952/2/17 Give me my long sword

Romeo and Juliet. 1 1 965214 With his sword prepar'd

Ibid. 1 9682 46 Swear by my sword

Hamlet. 1 5.100827 Sverd and buikler. And that same sword and buckler Prince of Wales 1 Henry iv. 3 447,1 40 Sworn. Our general has sworn you out of reprieve or pardon

Coriolanus. 512 7341149 Her attendants are all sworn and honourable

Cymbeline. 24 9052-14 Sworn bror ber.

Much Ado Ab. Notb. 122133 - We'll be all sworn brothers to France

Henry v. 2 I 5142 Sybil's. The angry northern wind will blow these lands, like sybil's leaves abroad Tis. rind, 14

1 84011113 Sycamour Underneath the grove of sycamour

Romco and Juliet. 11 11 6932159 Sycorax the foul witch

Temper. 412127

2112 58 Sylla. And, like ambitious Sylla, over-gorg'd with gobbets of thy mother's bleeding heart

2 Henry vi. 4 IS. 2 132 Syllable. To the utmost syllable of your worthiness

All's Welt

6 234,1123 Sylvius. D. P.

As You Like It 223 Sympathies. If that thy valour stand on sympathies, there is my gage, Aumerle, in gage to thine

Richard i. 4

1/ 431/2/61 Sympatbize. Then with the loosers let it sympathize; for nothing can seem foul to those that win

1 Henry iv. 1 46711155 And the men do fympathize with the mastiffs, in robustious and rough coming on H.v.3 526,2 34 Sympathized. By this sympathized one day's error

Com, of Errors. 5

8 A message well sympathized, a horse to be embassador for an afs Love's Lab. L.31 1 1551124 Sympatby, marks of

Merry Wives of Wind). 2 - If sympathy of love unite our thoughts

2 Henry vi. 11 5711214 O, what a sympathy of woe is this

Titus Andronicus. 3 8422155 Synagogue. Go, go, Tubal, and meet me at our fynagogue

Mer. of Venice. 31 2092136 . Synod. Thus Rosalind of many parts by heavenly fynod was devised r. L. II. 3 2 236,712 Sym. Our fyons, put in wild and savage stock

Henry w. 3 5 522 259 Syrer:. Sing Syren for thyself, and I will dote

Comedy of Errors. 312 util 7 This fyren, that will charm Rome's saturnine

Titus Andronicus. 2 1836,158


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TABLE. Who are the table wherein all my thoughts are visibly characters and engrav'd

Two Gent. of Ver sna. 217 32,219 - If any man in Italy have a fairer table which doth offer to swear upon a booli, I shall have good fortune

Mercb. of Venice. 21 2 20411\12 SN 4


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Hamlet.2 2.

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Mer. of Venice. 31 5

Troi. and Cre). 41

Ibid. 41

Coriclanus. 4)

Ibid. 5

Table. Drawn in the Aattering table of her eye
And therefore will he wipe his tables clean; and keep no tell-tale to his memory 2 Hotell i

And wide unclasp the tables of their thoughts to every ticklish reader Troi. and Crej:
Table book. If I had play'd the desk, or table book
Tabli-sport. Let me for ever be your table-sport

Merry W. of Windfor. Table-talk. Let it serve for table-talk Tabled. Though the catalogue of his endowments had been tabled by his fide, and I to peruse him by items

Cymbeline. 115 Tabor. Rather hear the tabor and pipe

Mu. Ado About Notb. 2 3 Or I will play on the tabor to the worthies, and let them dance the hay Love's L. - Dost thou live by thy tabor

Twelfth Night.31 Taborer. I would I could see this taborer

Tempeft. 312 Tabourines. Make mingle with our rattling tabourines

Ant. and Cleop. 418 - Beat loud the tabourines Taciturnity. The secrets of neighbour Pandar have not more gift in taciturnity Tackies. Our Naughter'd friends the tackles

3 Herry vi. 51 Though thy tackle's torn, thou shew'st a noble vessel

Romeo and Julier. 21 Tackled stair. And bring the cords made like a tackled stair Tadpole. I'll broach the tadpole on my rapier's point

Titus Andronicus. 4

Love's Labur Luf. 5 Taffata. Beauties no richer than rich taffata

phrases, filken terms, precise Taffaty punk. As your French crown for your taffaty punk

All's Well.

Coriolanus. Tag. Will you hence before the tag return

Julius Cæjar. Tag-rag. If the tag.rag people did not clap him and hiss him Tail. This body hath a tail more perilous than the head

Cyn:belire. 4

Merry Wives of Windjer. Tailor. This secrecy of thine shall be a tailor to thee

i Henry iv. 3 "Tis the next way to turn tailor, or be red-breast teacher - When it pleaseth their deities to take the wife of a man from him, it shews to man

Ant. and Cleop. 1 the tailors of the earth

Lear. 2 Nature disclaims in thee; a tailor made thee

Romeo and Juliet. 1 And the tailor with his last

Macberb. 5 Taint. Till Birnam wood remove to Dunsinane I cannot taint with fear

1 Henry vi.15 - A pure unspotted heart, never yet taint with love

What follows then? commotions, uproars, with a general taint of the whole state H. vias
If he were foild, why, then we did our main opinion crush in taint of our best man

Treilus and Creil 1

Lear. 1 Or your fore vouch'd affection fall into taint

Hamlet.1 - not thy mind, nor let thy soul contrive against thy mother aught

Meal for Mcaj.14 Tainted. Pray heaven his wisdom. be not tainted

Twelfıb Nigbt. 3 For, sure, the man is tainted in his wits

Henry vui. 4 And brought him forward (as a man forely tainted,) to his answer

Otbeils. 2 Tainting his discipline Tainture. Glofter, see here the tainture of thy nest

Merry Wives of Wind.14 Takes the cattle and makes milch kine yield blood

Meas. for Meaj. 41 Oh, take those lips away

Much Ado About Nob. 2 him to be valiant

Winter's Tale. When at Bohemia you take my lord

3 Henry vi. - O, let me pray, before I take my death

Coriolanus. 2 to you, as your predeceffors have, your honour with your form

Ant. and Cicap. 419 Bring me word how he takes my death

Cymbeline. 4 And swore, with his own single hand he'd take us in

Hamlet. 2 you, as '(were, some distant knowledge of him Take in. And undergoes more goddess-like than wise-like, such assaults as would take

Cymbeline. 3 in some virtue

Merry W. of Wind. on on wonder with my husband

2 Henry wi. 2

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A. S. P. C. L. Talbot, Lord, overcome by the French

1 Henry vi. 5442/44

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His account of his treatment when a prisoner

Ibid. 2 1
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Ibid. 2 1 551 111
The cry of Talbot serves me for a sword
Is this the Talbot, so much fear'd abroad, that with his name the mothers still their

Ibid. 2 31 551 2142 babes The world will say he is not Talbot's blood, that basely fled, when noble Talbot

Ibid. 41 51 563 1115 stood

Ibid. 41 6 5632 52 If son to Talbot, die at Talbot's foot

Ibid. 5) 1 564 2129 his titles

Ibid. 51 3 56527 I trust, the ghost of Talbot is not there

Richard ii. 41 51 66412 44 Sir Gilbert

M. Ado About Norbing. 2 Tales. I had my good wit out of the hundred merry tales

Ibid. 31 2 133|152 That tells a heavy tale for him

Ibid. 3/ 31 135734 Shifted out of thy tale into telling me of the fashion

Mer. of Venice. I 2 1992/31 He hears merry tales, and smiles not

Tam of the Shrew. 41 I 267 2 43
Thereby hangs a tale

This is to feel a tale, not hear a tale

41 1 267 2148

Macbetb. 1 31 3651 51
As thick as tale came post with post

Ibid. 51 51 385 1/47
Life compared to a tale told by an ideot
This act is as an ancient tale new told

K. Zobr. 41 21 4030 39

Or bid me tell my tale in express words

4 405133 Then give me leave that I may turn the key, that no man enter till my tale be done

Richard ii. 51 31 437 1133 Mark how a plain tale fhall put you down

i Henry iv. 2 4 454110

Ricbard ii.
An honest tale speeds best, being plainly told

41 41 6622 37 Let him tell the tale ; your hearts will throb and weep to hear him speak Tit. And. 5 3 854/2/20

Romeo and Juliet.2 | 4 9791129
Thou desirest me to stop in my tale against the hair
I would have made it short; for I was come to the whole depth of my tale

Ibid. 21 4 9791133

Hamlet. I
I could a tale unfold, whose lightest word would harrow up thy loul

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Oibello. 1 3 1047 2 59 I will a round unvarnih'd tale deliver Talent. If a talent be a claw, look how he claws him with a talent

Love's Lab. Loft. 41 21 159 1149 Well, God give them wisdom, that have it; and those that are fools, let them use their talents

Twelfth Nigbt. 1 5 3102/26 I do return those talents doubled, with thanks, and service Timon of Athens. 1

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Winter's Tale. 4 3 352 2 40 Taleporter. Here's the midwife's name to’t, one mistress Taleporter

Mu. Ado About Noth.31 1 1311247
Talk. Our talk must only be of Benedick
Without any lips of prolixity or crossing the plain highway of talk Mer. of Venice. 3 1 2081 59

As You Like It. 31 5 241 21 5
Yet he talks well ;--but what care I for words
If thou'lt see a thing to talk on when thou art dead and rotten, come hither W.'s Tale. 3 3 347 1115
And talk so like a waiting gentlewoman, of guns, and drums, and wounds i Hen. iv. i

3 445 2130 * My lord Talbot there shall talk with him, and give him chastisement for this abuse

i Henry vi. 41 1 560 1 44 How can I grace my talk, wanting a hand to give it that accord

Titus Andronicus. 51 2852 9

Richard iii. I Talkers are no doers

31 641 1138 My good lord, have great care I be not found a talker

Henry viii. 2

2 6812128 Tall. You were good soldiers, and tall fellows

Merry W. of Wind/. 2

Much Ado About Notb. 31 1 132 138
If talla lance ill-headed
He's as tall a man as any in Illyria

Twelftb Night. 3 308238

Winter's Tale. 5) 2.361157 Thou art a tall fellow of thy hands Tallow. Send me a cool rut-time, Jove, or who can blame me to piss my tallow

Merry W. of Wind.5 51 711156 Tallow-face. Out you baggage ! you tallow-face

Romeo and Juliet. 31 5 9882 48 Tallow-keecb.

i Henry iv. 21 41 4532 37 Tame. Thou must be married to no man but me, for I am he am born to tame you, Kate

Tam. of the Sbrew. 2) Il 262 2 10 Trust him not in matter of heavy consequence; I have kept of them tame, and know their natures

All's Well. 21 5 28912115 And make them tame to their obedience

King 7 bn. 41 2 405 1162 His remedies are tame



73012123 You must be watch'd ere you be made tame

Troi. and Crejf.3) 28731116 To tame these vile offences

2 954 2 6 A most poor man made tame to fortune's blows

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Lear. 41

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Tame. I'll watch him tame, and talk him out of patience
Tamer than feep
Taming kuburi. Faith, he is gone unto the taming-school
Tamora. D. P.
Tang. Let thy tongue tang arguments of state

1831 Fanglc. She means to tangle mine eyes too

Stands with the snares of war to tangle thee
Tangled. His speech was like a tangled chain, nothing impair’d, but all disorder'd

My king is tangled in affe&tion to a creature of the queen's, Lady Anne Bullen H.vii. 31 26884 Tanner. A tanner will last you nine year

Hamlet. Tanulirgs. But to be still hot summer's tartlings, and the shrinking slaves of winter Cym.: 112 Tap'd. That blood already, like the pelican, halt thou tap'd out, and drunkenly carows'd Tapers. Tapers they are, with your sweet breath puff'd out

Love's Lab. LA 5 2 16842 My inch of taper will be burnt and done, and blindfold death not let me see my ron

Ricbard . 3418 - Get me a taper in my study

Julius Cæfar.2 1748) Now fit we close about this taper here

Ibid. 41 31 760 How ill this taper burns

Ibid.4 31701 Which like a taper in some monument doth shine upon the dead man's earthy cheeks

Titus Andronicus. 21 41 84cTake not away the taper, leave it burning

Cymbeline. 2 2 90 Tapesiry. Turkith tapestry

Comedy of Errors.14 1 11

Mucb Ado Ab. Norb. 3) 3) 19 Worm eaten tapestry My hangings all of Tyrian tapestry

Tan. of the Shrew.2 Taphouse. I never come in any room in a taphouse but I am drawn in Meas. for Meal.l2l i Tapier is a good trade

Merry W. of Wina. 3| A wither'd serving-man, a fresh tapster I'll be your tapiter still

Meas. for Meas.) 2 A poor widow's tapster

Ibid, 2 I would not have you acquainted with tapiters, they will draw you

Love's Lab. · I am ill at reckoning, it fitteth the spirit of a tapster

As You Like It. 31 4 The oath of a lover is no stronger than the word of a tapster Thou gav'ft thine ears, like tapsters, that bid welcome to knaves, and all ap

Timon of Albens. 4 3 proachers' Tapler's aritbmetic. Indeed a tapster's arithmetic may soon bring his particulars therein

Troilus and Crelli to a total Tar. Civet is of baser birth than tar; the very uncleanly flux of a cat As You Like 11.33 Tar liness. A tardinefs in nature, which often leaves the history unspoke, that it in

Lear. I tends to do

Comedy of Errors. 2 Tardy. Is your tardy master now at hand

As You Like It. 4 Nay an you be so tardy, come no more in my fight

Ricbard ni. 4 - Be not ta'en tardy by unwise delay

Julius Cæfar.1 However he puts on this tardy form

Troi. and Cr.141 The prince must think me tardy and remifs

Winter's Tale. 13 Tardy'd. The good mind of Camillo, tardy'd my swift command

Henry v. 4.0 Tardy-gailed night. And chid the cripple, tardy-gaited night Targe. Whofe naked breast stept betore targe of proof This 'greed upon, to part with unhack'd edges, and bear back our targes undinted

Antony and Cleop.2 Targel. I made co more ado, but took all their seven points in my target, thus i Hitila

3 Henry wi. 2 Hanseforward will I bear upon my target three fair shining suns

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