Imágenes de páginas
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Ibid. 31

[ocr errors]

Ibid. 41

957 2 2

A. S. P. C.L. Tboxgbt. But thought's the Nave of life, and life time's fool

1 Henry iv.151:41 471121 3 Never a man's thought in the world keeps the road way better than thine 2 H.iv. 21 21 4812/46 For 'tis your thoughts that now must deck our kings, carry them here and there H.v.1cb 5092 ir For we have now no thought in us, but France; save those to God


2 513243 My thoughts are whirled like a potter's wheel

i Henry vi. 1 41 54912 Steel thy fearful thoughts, and change misdoubt to resolution

2 Henry vi. 3 1 586 1 55 Faster than spring-time showers, comes thought on thought; and not a thought, but thinks on dignity

Ibid. 3 1 58661 Then, York, unloose thy long imprison'd thoughts

Ibid. 5) 1 600 118 My thoughts aim at a further matter ; I stay not for love of Edward, but the crown

3 Henry vi.4 1623 1 59 His fault was thought, and yet his punishment was bitter death

Richard ii. 2 1 6451|12 Welcome, dear cousin, my thought's sovereign

Ibid. 3 1 648122 All will come to nought, when such bad dealing must be seen in thought

6654 11 6 Having no more but thought of what thou wert

Ibid. 4 41 66011/35 Holy and heavenly thoughts still councel her

Henry viii. 51 41 7027127 Take thought, and die for Cæsar

Jul. Cafar. 1 7481220 Our worser thoughts heaven made

Ant. and Cleop." 21 7691| 9 Therefore be cheer'd ; make not your thoughts your prisons

Ibid. 1 5 2 800 2 12 That thought is bounty's foe; being free itself, it thinks all others so T. of Atb.12 21 81212 38 And that unbodied figure of the thought that gav'it surmised shape Tr. and Cres: 1 3 861 255 Fair thoughts be your fair pillow

Ibid.31 1 87112125 My thoughts were like unbridled children, grown too headstrong for their mother 1b. 3 21 873 2 46 And almost like the gods does thoughts unveil in their dumb cradles

Ibid. 3 31 8762 14 And, though train'd up thus meanly i' the cave, wherein they bow, their thoughts do hit the roofs of palaces

Cymbelinc. 3 3 909 | 5 Had he been where he thought, by this had thought been past

Lear. 41 6 957

7 Bear free and patient thoughts

6 The main descry stands on the hourly thought

Ibid. 41 69591114 Love's heralds should be thoughts

Romeo and Julice. 2

5) 98012 12 Give thy thoughts no tongue, nor any unproportion'd thought his act

Hamlet. 1 3 10041248 Our thoughts are ours, their ends none of our own

Ibid. 3! 21020243 A thought which quarter'd, hath but one part of our wisdom

Ibid.41 4. 10281111 Even so my bloody thoughts with violent pace, shall ne'er look back, ne'er ebb 10 humble love

0:bello. 31 3106422 Thougbt's compass. They did perform beyond thought's compass

Henry viii. 1 1672 133 Thougbe-executing fires

Lear. 31 2 946236
Thousand good-morrows

Two Gent. of Verona. 2
Tbracian fatal steeds

3 Herry vi. 41 21 6232154 Thralls. The Naves of drink, and thralls of Neep

Macielt. 31

3772 3 Look gracious on thy prostrate thrall

i Henry vi. 1 2 5461220 Long time thy shadow hath been thrall to me

Ibid.2 3 55211 3 And make me die the thrall of Margaret's curse

Richard iii. 4 1656 249 Tbrallid. And let me be a Nave, to archieve that maid whose sudden fight hath thralle my wounded eye

Tam. of the Sbrew. I Il 2571 17 Nor sense to ecstacy was ne'er so thrall’d, but it reserv'd some quantity of choice Ilam: 3 41024/2 Thrasonical. In general behaviour, vain, ridiculous, and thrasonical Love's Labor L ft. 51 1 16415 Cæsar's thrafunical brag, of I came, faw, and overcame

As You Like It. 5 22.4627 Tbread. He draweth out the thread of his verbosity finer than the staple of his argument

Love's Lab. Lot. 51 1164237 Let not Bardolph's vital thread be cut with edge of penny cord

Henry v. 3! 6 5232158 Even when the navel of the state was touch’d, they would not thread the gates Cor. 3! 17202 Threading dark ey'd night

Lear. 2

1940 141 Tbreat the glory of my precious crown

Richard 11.3 2 421 149 What! threat you me with telling of the king

Richard 11. : 31 63812 59 And threats the throat of that his officer that murder'd Pompey Ant. and Cles. 3 5 784 137 Are you fo desperate grown to threat your friends

Titus droton. 21 18361246 To let an arrogant piece of felh threat us

Cymbelor. 4 2 6 7 Tbreaten the threatner

King Jobr. 51 1 407219 Threatend. The things threaten'd me, ne'er look'd but on my back; when they inali see the face of Cæsar, they are vanished

Julius C.rjar. 21 21 750134 Threats. His liberty is full of threats to all 11026 1122 Tbree. These three, three thousand confident, in act as many

Cymbeline. 31 921|14 Three-incha Away, thou thrce-inch fool

Tam of tbe Sbrew. It il 26753 503




[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]


[ocr errors][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]


3 Henry vi. 2

Three-legg d ftool. To comb your noddle with a three-legg'a ftool

A. T bree-mer, song-men all

Tami of the Sbrew.) I bree-rovk'd world.

Winter's Tale. 4 T bree-pile, master, the mercer

Antony and Clesp. 4 I have serv d prince Flor.zel, and, in my time, wore three-pile

Meal.for M14 Three pild. Thou art a three-pil'd piece, I warrant thee

Winter's Talt., 4 Three-juiled knave

Meas. for Meal Three times they breathod, and three times did they drink, upon agreement, of fwilt

Lear. 2 Severn's flood Tbriser. Or like an idie thresher with a fiail, fell gently down, as if they struck their

I Herry iv. I friends Tbrifold. I will not over the threshold, 'till my lord return from the wars Tbrifi. I am about thrift

Cori tanus. I French thriit, you rogues

Mer. Wives of Winds. I I have a mind prelages me such thrist, that I should questionless be fortunate

lbia." My well-won thrift, which he calls interest

Mercb. of Venice. "

Ibidalil This was a way to thrive, and he was bleft; and thrift is blessing, if men steal it not Ib. " How, i' the name of thrift, does he rate this together And make them dread it to the doers thrift

Henry vin. 3 thrift, Horat.o! the tuneral bak'd meats did coldly furnish forth the marriage tables

Cymbeiine 5

Hamier.1 - I have five hundred crowns, the thrifty hire I sav'd under thy father As You Like 11. 2 Tbrill. To thrill and shake even at the crying of your nation's crow K. Jobr. 5 Art thou not horribly afraid? doth not thy blood thrill at it

1 Henry rv. I brill d. A servant that he bred, thrillid with remorse, oppos'd against the act

Lear. 4 Tkrive. I will thrive His friend like physicians, thrive, give him over

Merry W. of Windjer."

Tim. of Asbens: 15 - I'll present how did I thrive in this fair lady's love, and she in mine

Orbelist I broais. 'Tis Niame to stand ftull; it is shame by my hand, and there is throats to be cut, and works to be done

Henry v. 3 Seeking ior Richmond in the throat of death

Richard m.15 Our throats are sentenc'd and ftay upon execution

Coriolanus. 5 his morning, for ten thousand of your throats I'd not have given a doit

Ibid. 5 Fresenied to my knite his throat

Ibid. 5 We have used our throats in Ægypt

Antory and Clepole I breat of war. My throat of war be rurn'd, which quired with my drum, into a pipe small as an eunuch, or the virgin pipe that babies lulls asleep

luid. Ttree. That gave to me many a groaning throe

And a birth, indeed, which threes thee much to yield With other incident throes, that nature's fragil vefsel doth sustain in life's uncertain voyage

Tim. of Arbens.5 Lucina lent me not hor aid, but took me in my throes

Cym:beline. 5 Ibrcne. Here I and forrt ws fit; here is my throne, bid kings come bow to it K. Job.3

There lives, or dies, true to king Richard's throne, a loyal, just, and upright gentleman

And shall I ftand, and thou fit in my throne Ibrongs. So play the fcolith throngs with one that swoons;---come all help him, and so p the air by which he should revive

Meajure for Meajure.)
I'll to the throng, let life be short; else, mame will be too long
Thrfile with his rote so t:ue

If a throftle sing, he falls strait a capering
Thrw. You can fool no more money out of me at this throw

Ribara 1.1
Myrelf I throw, dread fovereig!, at thy foot
Metellus Cimber throws before thy ftat an humble heart
The gods throw ftones of fulphur on me


Ibid. 51 Why did you throw your wesided lady from you Ibrwer-cut. Since fate, against thy better difpofition, hath made thy person for the thrower-out of my poor babe

Winter's Tale. 33

Lear. 1 Ibrow.p. Learn more than thou throwcit

Mind. Ni's Dr. 51 Thrum. Cut thread and thrum; quail, crush, conclude and quell Ilrum-tar. There's her thrum-hai and her muffler too

[ocr errors]

Henry viin


Richard 17.1 3 Henry v.!

Henry vel 4 Midl. N.'s Dream.3

Mer. of Ver. 1 = Twifib Night. 5

7. Cafar. 3


[ocr errors]

Merry W. of Windsor. 4! 2

All's WI. 1



[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

A.S. P. C. L. 3! bruj. Where doth the world thrust forth a vanity

Richard ij./2. | 4202 12 - I am eight times thrust through the doublet; four through the hose 1 Henry iv. 2 453'124 How dare you thrust yourselves into my private meditations

Henry viii. 2

08129 -If the time thrust forth, a cause for thy repeal

Coriolanus. 4 726,2 27 . these reproachful speeches down his throat

Titus Andron. 21

836 2,64 "brufting his report into his ears

Julius Cæfar. 5

764 116 brusting-on. And all that we are evil in, by a divine thrusting-on

L-ar. 1

933 2:55 bumbs. By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes Macietb. 43

378 1138 - I will bite my thumb at them; which is a disgrace to them, if they bear it R.& 7. 1 1968'1:25 IÉTTbum:b-ring.' I could have crept into an alderman's thumb-ring

i Henry iv. 2 4 454 2 32 ter Ibump then, and I fee

Love's Lab. Loft. 31 1 155 1.41 See thou thump thy master

2 Henry vi. 2 3 582 1 6 6. Thump'd. Whom our fathers have in their own land beaten, bobb’d, and thump'd R.iii. 5 3 069 1 10 c: Tbunder. Dread rattling thunder

Tempeft. Si 192 23 Let it thunder to the tune of Green Sleeves

Merry W. af Wintjor. 5 5 712 5 Could great men thunder as Jove himself does, Jove would ne'er be quiet M. for M.,21 2

$32 53 I will board her, though she chide as loud as thunder, when the clouds in autumn crack

Tamir.g of tbe Sbrew. 1 2258145 Heaven's artillery thunder in the skies

Ibid. 1 2 25911.40 With groans that thunder love

Twelfin Night. 1 5 312 2 51 CA.EE When ihail we three meet again, in thunder, lightning, or in rain Macbeth. 13636

The thunder of my cannon shall be heard

K. Jekn. 1 3872 14
Our thunder from the south, shall rain their drift of bullets on this town Ibist. 2 2

3:41 57 Rattle the welkin's ear and mock the deep-mouth'd thunder

Ibid. 5. 2 4091 55 If Talbot do but thunder, rain will follow

i Henry vi. 3 2 557 2. Thy voice is thunder, but thy looks are humble

Richard ii. 1 41 6421244 To tear with thunder the wide cheeks o' the air, and yet to charge thy sulphur with a bolt that thould but rive an oak

Coriolanus: 5 31 73629 Secure of thunder's crack or lightning fiath

Titus Andronicus. 2.' il 836 1:38 By him that thunders, thou hast lusty arms

Troil. and Cref. 4. 5882'2'12 And thou all-thaking thunder, strike flat the thick rotundity o' the world Lear., 3 21 946 2 39 Dread-bolted thunder

Ibid. 4 71 960|1,40 Anon, the dreadful thunder doth rend the region

Hamler. 2 2 10151 43 Tbunder-bearer. I do not bid the thunder-bearer shoot, nor tell tales of thee to high

leo jadging Jove

Lear. 2. 41 9451 26 Thunder-bolt. If I had a thunder-bolt in mine eye, I can tell who should down


As You Like I. I 2 2262 55 Oak-cleaving thunder-bolts

Lear. 3 2 946.2 37 Tbunder-darter. Othou great thunder-darter of Olympus

Troilus and Cref: 21 | 868 2:28 Thunderif. Foul-spoken coward! that thunder'lt with thy tongue Titus Andron. 2! 1837 1 3 Thunder-mafer. No more, thou thunder-matter, mew thy spite on mortal fies Cymb. 5 4 922 1 24 Thunder-fione. Have bar'd my bosom to the thunder-stone

Julius Cafar. 1' 31 7452 26 Thurio D. P.

Two Geni. of Varina.

23 Tbavack. We'll"thwack him hence with diftaffs

Winter's Tale. I

1 2 334'1151 - Why, here's he that was wont to thwack our general

Coriolanus. 4 5 730 1 11 Tbwart. That it may live, and be a thwart disnatur'd torment to her

Lear. 1 4 937239 Thevaried. I am thwarted quite from my great purpose in to-morrow's battle T&C. 5 i 884 2 16

A greater power than we can contradict, hath thwarted our intents Romeo and Juliet. 5! 31 996 2 8 Tiwaring; O mischief strangely thwarting

Mu. Ado Abt. Norbo 3,2

1341 - stars

3 Henry vi. 4, 6625211 Tbywbria.

Prol. to Troilo and Crejjil
Tyyreus. D. P.

Art. and Cleup.
Tiber. One that loves a cup of hot wine with not a drop of allaying Tiber in't C.r.2 1 71211:54
'Tic'd. These two have 'tic'd me hither to this place

Titus Andronicus. 3 2 83812151
Tick. I had rather be a tick in a theep, than such a valiant ignorance Tr. and Crep 3 3 8772,36
Tick-rack. As for the enjoying of thy life, who I would be forry should be thus foolithly
loft át a game of tick-tack

Meaj: for Meal. I 3

781157 Tickle. Thy head itands fo tickle on thy Thoulders, that a milk-maid, if the be in love, may agh it off

781038 If my hair do but tickle me, I muft scratch

Mid. N.'s Dream. 4! 1 1892'49 Nay, I'll tickle ye for a young prince, i'taith

i Henry iv. 2445512,43 I'll tickle your catattrophe

2 Henry iv.2 11 48011.12 The fate of Normandy stands on a tickle point

Ibid. O diffembling courtesy! bow fine this tyiant can tickle where lle wounds Cymbolo1 21 894 25 504



85711 116 7671


Ibid. 13

5732 22


Tickle-brain. Peace, good pint-pot, peace good tickle-brain

A. Tickler. She's tickled now; her fume can need no fpurs

Henry id, 2] Such a nature, tickled with good success, disdains the shadow which he treads on at

2 Henry vi. 1 noon I cannot chuse but laugh, to think how she tickled his chin

Coriolanus. 1 Tickling. Which is as bad as die with tickling


, and Crir Tidn, effect ot, compared to returning reason

Much Ado Abt. Nab.3 It is no matter if the tide were loft; for it is the unkindest ty'd that ever any man

Tempestes ty'd Half my power this night, passing these fats, are taken by the tide

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 What a tide of woes comes rushing on this woeful land at once

K. Hebr. 51

Ric bard i. 2
Now in as low an ebb as the foot of the ladder, and by and by, in as high a flow as
the ridge of the gallows
And think how such an apprehenfion may turn the tide of faction

i Henry

Ibid.4 "Tis with my mind, as with the tide (well d up unto its height

2 H. iv. 2 The river hath thrice flow'd, no ebb between

Ibid. The tide of blood in me hath proudly flow'd in vanity, 'till now : now doth it turn, and ebb back to the sea

Ibid.15 A parted even just between twelve and one, e'en at turning o'the tide

Henry v. 2 Ne'er through an arch so hurry'd the blown tide, as the recomforted through the gates

Coriolanus. 5 There is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune

Julius Calar.141 He keeps his tides well

Timon of A:... Let in the tide of knaves once more; my cook and I'll provide

llid. 3 The waxing tide

Titus Ar:dron. 3: As if the passage and whole carriage of this action rode on his tide Troil. and CrefoI have important business, the tide whereof is now

Ibid. 5! of tears

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 of times

Yulius Cajar. 3 Trdings. I pr’ythee take the cork out of thy mouth, that I may drink thy tidings

As You Like It.31 - When you should be told they do prepare, the tidings come, that they are all arrived

King Jobr.4 The tidings that I bring will make my boldness manners

Herry visi. 5 It is a tidings to wash the eyes of kings

Ant. and Cleo. Tidy. Thou whoreson little tidy Bartholomew boar-pig

2 Henry is. 2 Tie. He'll not feel wrongs which tie him to an answer

Leat. Tigbt. My queen's a squire more tight at this than thou

Ant. and Clesp.14 Tigbtly. Bear you these letters tightly

Merry W. of Windo

Ibid. 4 Tike. Ay, fir Tike; like who more bold

* Lear.3 Or bobtail tike, or trundle tail Tills. France hath in thee found out a nest of hollow bosoms, whom the 'tills with treacherous crowns

Henry v.217 Tilly-fally.

2 Henry je.21 Tilly-valley.

Twelfth Nigbt. 2 Tilt. This is no world to play with mammets, and to tilt with lips

i Henry 10.2

Romeo and Jui.3 But that he tilts with piercing steel at bold Mercutio's breast

As You Like I3 Tilter. As a puny tilter, that fpurs his horse but on one side Tilting. His heart's meteors tilting in his face

Comedy of Errors. 4

Lorie's Labour Loft.15 Lo! he is tilting straight Timandra. D. P.

Timon of Arbens.

Tempeft. 1 Time. The dark back-ward and abysm of time

Ibid. 51 goes upright with his carriage

Two Gent, ef Verona. 1

fte time to councel thee

210 I

[ocr errors]


[ocr errors]

344 1

A. S. P. C. L.

Comedy of Errors.14 2 114 1123 Time characterised

Ibid. 5 1 11912) 9 's deformed hand

Ibid. 51 I 11912 19 Oh, time's extremity

Mucb Ado About Norb. I

1123252 As time ihall try In time the savage bull doth bear the yoke

Ibid. 1 1 123253

Ibidl. 1 2 He meant to take the present time by the top

124/2/18 Ibid. 2

Il 1282 1 goes on crutches, till Love have all his rites

Ibid. 2 1128/21 8 The time shall not go dully by usCormorant devouring time

Love's Labor Loft. 1 1147 118 The extreme parts of time extremely forms all causes to the purpose of his speed Ib. 5) 2 173-147

Ibid. 5) 2 1732121 As bombast, and as lining to the time When we have chid the hafty-footed time for parting us Mids. Night's Dream.31 2 186 2160

Ibid. 5) 1 19212 21 How shall we beguile the lazy time, if not with some delight

Mer. of Venice. 21 8 207 2 4 Stay the very riping of the time

Ibid. 31 2 But 'tis to peize the time; to eke it, and to draw it out in length

Ibid. 3) 4 213/26 Waste no time in words The fool's reflections on time

As You Like It.271 232 2117

Ibid. 21 7 233 1152 Lore and neglect the creeping hours of time

Ibid.31 21 2371148 The lazy foot of time

Ibid. 31 21 2371150 The swift foot of time

Ibid. 31 2 237 152 travels in divers paces to divers persons Well, time is the old justice that examines all such offenders

1 2431157 - We kept time, we loft not our time.--I count it but time loft to hear such a foolish

Ibid. 51 31 24712129 song Not one word more of the consumed time, let's take the instant by the forward top

All's Well. 5) 3 30312157 On our quickest decrees the inaudible and noiseless foot of time steals, ere we can

Ibid. 51 31 3031 1 effect them These moft brisk and giddy-paced times

Tw. Night. 2 4 31612 5 D. P.

Winter's Tale.


Ibid. The time is worth the use on't

31 1


Ibid. 41 1 347 1146 characterized by himself

As ever present time doth boast itself above a better, gone - If you can look into the seeds of time, and say, which grain will grow, and which

Macbeth. 31 36517 will not, speak then to me

Ibid. 1 3 365253 and the hour runs through the roughest day Thy letters have transported me beyond this ignorant present time, and I feel now

5 367133 the future in the instant

Ibid. 1 To beguile the time, look like the time

5) 3671|42 Upon this bank and shoal of time, we'd jump the life to come

7 3681


Ibid. thou anticipat'st my dread exploits

1 379 1146

Ibid. What I can redress, as I fall find the time to friend, I will

41 31 3802/20

*Ibid. 517 3862 43 We shall not spend a large expence of time Old Time the clock-letter, that bald sexton Time, is it as he will K. Jobn31 1 399 110

Ibid. And creep time ne'er so now, yet it Mail come for me to do thee good

31 31 39912131

11 407 132 The present time is so lick, that present medicine must be ministred

Ibid. 5) 14071218
Be stirring as the time,
I am not glad that such a sore of time, should seek a plaister by contemn’d revolt 16.5 2408117

Ricbard ii. 2.
Take from Time his charters and his customary rights

1 421 2 26 To take advantage of the absent time

Ibid. 2 3 42412 5 I wasted time, and now doth time waste me

Ibid. 5) 5 43812 46 The hope and expectation of thy time is ruin'd

1 Henry iv. 3) 2 4601127

I 4641113
I would the state of time had first been whole, ere he by fickness had been vifited 16.4
And time that takes survey of all the world, must have a stop

Ibid. 51 41 471 24
The times are wild

2 Henry iv. 1

1 474 11 6 Some relish of the saltness of time

2 4771 1 We are Time's subjects, and time bids be gone

3) 47912 24 I feel me much to blame, so idly to profane the precious time

41 4872 21 Such things become the hatch and brood of time

11 4882132 - Let time shape

Ibid. 3) 2 492 2 8 Conftrue the times to their necessities

1 49312118 It is the time, and not the king, that doth you injuries

1 493/2/20 The time mif-order'd doth, in common sense crowd us, and cruth us, to this mon. Atrous form, to hold our safety up

Ibid. 4) 21 49511133

Ibid. 5


Ibid. 1

Ibid. I

[ocr errors]

Ibid. 5

[ocr errors]

Ibid. 1
Ibid. 1
Ibid. 2
Ibid. 3

Ibid. 4
Ibid. 4.

« AnteriorContinuar »