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A. S. P. C.LK Forfeit. All the souls that were, were forfeit once Stand like the forfeits in a barber's shop, as much in mock as mark

Meal. for Meal.2' 21 83/2/11 Thy Nanders I forgive, and therewithal remit thy other forfeits

Ibid. 5 1 100244 Let the forfeit be nominated for an equal pound of your fair Aesh

Ibid. 5. 1 102 241 The forfeit, sovereign of my servart's life, who new to day a riotous gentleman R. ii. 2,

Mer. of Venice. ; 31 201|234 Forfeiture. What Mould I gain by the exaction of the forfeiture

645116 I am sure, the Duke will never grant this forfeiture to hold

Mer. of Ven. I 31 2012 50 Forge. Come to the forge with it then, Ihape it

Ibid. 3 31 212 2 56

Merry W.of Winds. 4 2 6712110
To me, the difference forges dread

Winter's Tale. 4 3 3492155
That I Mould forge quarrels unjust against the good, and loyal
In the quick forge and working house of thought

Macbeth. 4 3 381 1146
What his breast forges, that his tongue must vent

Henry v. 5. c537 1 12 Whate'er I forge, to feed his brain-lick fits, do you uphold

Coriolanus. 3 1 722 11 6

Titus Andron. 5 21 8522 4 By the forge that stithy'd Mars his helm

Troilus and Crep 4 5 883/2/27 I should make very forges of my cheeks

Oibello. 4 2 10711 22 Forgd. The best wishes that can be forg'd in your thoughts, he servants to you All's W.1 1 278128 I will turn thy falfhood to thy heart, where it was forged

Richard ii.14! 1 432 16 He was a thing of nothing, titleless, till he had forg'd himself a name i' the fire of burning Rome

Coriolanus. 5 1 733121 Forgeries of jealousy

Mid. Night's Dream. 2 2 179 2 41 Put on him what forgeries you please; marry, none fo rank as may dishonour him

Hamler. 2

11009114 In forgery of mapęs and tricks

Ibid. 41 711032 122 Forget. But we now forget our title to the crown; and only claim our dukedom 3 H. vi.41 7 626 240 Urge me no further, I fall forget myself

Julius Cafar. 41 31 759 30 When I do forget the least of these deserts, Romans, forget your fealty to me

Titus Andronicus. 1 2 834/112 Forgetive. Make it apprehensive, quick, forgetive, full of nimble, fiery, and delectable Thapes

2 Henry iv. 41 3 497 119 Forgive. I as free forgive you, as I would be forgiven: I forgive all Henry vila 1679 255 Forgiveness. Exchange forgiveness with me, noble Hamlet

Hamler. 5) 21041915 Forgot. That is not forgot which ne'er I did remember

Ricbard ii.21 3! 424/27 How comes it, Michael, you are thus forgot

Orbelio. 2) 31056/2/26 Fork. The soft and tender fork of a poor worm

Meas. for Meal: 31 1

87042 Let it fall rather, though the fork invade che region of my heart

Lear. 1

1 9302153 Behold yon fimpering dame, whose face between her forks presageth snow Ibid./4/ 61 957 246 Forkid. Inch thick, knee deep! o'er head and cars a fork'd one

Winter's Tale. 1 2 336113 Forked plague. This forked plague is fated to us, when we do quicken

Orbello. 3) 3 1062 2 18 Form. Be my aid for such disguise as, haply, shall become the form of my intent

Twelfıb Night. 1

2) 308/2) 2 How easy is it, for the proper false in women's waxen hearts to set their forms Ibid. 21 21 314 34

All form is formless, order orderless, save what is opposite to England's love K.Zobr. 3) 1 398|1|59 -- In this the antique and well-noted face of plain old form is much disfigured Ibia. 4. 2 403142 Acquitted by a true substantial form

2 Henry iv. 4. 1 4941148 For now a time is come to mock at form, Harry the fifth is crown'd

Ibid.41 41 499254 Take to you as your predecessors have, your honour with your form Coriclarus. 2)

2 716134 Fain would I dwell on form, fain fain deny what I have spoke Romeo and Juict. 2/ 2976144 Who stand so much upon the new form that they cannot fit easy upon the old bench

Ibid. 2) 41 978/2/18 Form of Wax. Even as a form of wax, resolveth from his figure 'gainst the fire

K. Jobr. 5 4.409258 Formal. To make of him a formal man again

Comedy of Errors. 5 1 117237 capacity

Twelfıb Nigbt. 21 5 318241 Thou should't come like a fury crown'd with snakes, not like a formal man

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A.S. P. C. L. Forfwear. Thou useft to forswear thyself ; 'twas fin before, but now 'tis charity 3 H.zi.'s, 5, 6311 46 Forfwire. And that self chain about his neck, which he forswore, most monitrously, to have

Comedy of Errors. 5 1 116 254 Forfworn. They are both forsworn, in this the madman justly chargeth thein Ibid.'5.1 1182 37 - So you may miss me: but if you do, you'll make me with a fin, that I had been forsworn

Mercbant of Venice. 3 2 209|2 57 Never was forsworn

Macbetb.4 3 3812 33 I have forsworn his company hourly any time this two and twenty years i Hen. iv. 2 21 449

42 The things, I have forsworn to grant, may never be held by your denials Coriolanus. 5 3 735250 Forted. It deserves with characters of brass a forted refidence Maf. for Meal. 51 98116 Fortb. Whom it concerns to hear this matter forth

Ibid. 51

100/128 Indeed, I will not forth

Coriolanus. I 3 707 2134 - I am promis'd forth

Jul. Ca far. I 2 7442 SE The boy Fidele's fickness did make my way long forth

Cymbelini. 4 2 9160133 Fortb-coming. Your lady is forth-coming yet at London

2 Henry vi. 2 1 580119 Fortb on. But flies an eagle flight, bold, and forth on

Tim. of Arb. 1 1 8040120 Fortbnigbt hold we this folemnity, in nightly revels, and new jollity M. Night's Dream.5 1 1952 35 Fortb rigors and meanders

Timperf. 3 3 1412150 - If you give way or hedge aside from the direa forthright, like to an entred tide, they all rush by

Troi. and Credl: 3 3 8761 26 the tilter

Meal. for Meas. 4 3 952/24 Fortified. He's fortified against any denial

Twelfth Nigbr. 5 3112 46 Fortify. Or else we fortify in paper, and in figures, using the names of men instead of

2 Henry iv. 1 3 4782 51

Hamlet. Fortinbrass. D. P.

999 Fortitude. The fortitude of the place is best known to you

0:bello. I 31049152 Fortress. This fortress built by nature for herself, against infection, and the hand of war

Ricbard i. 21 11 420132 Fortune. Thou let'st fortune seep

Tempeft. 21 91158 If crooked fortune had not thwarted me..

Two Gent. of Verona. 4 1 381111 If fortune thy foe were not

Merry W.of Windsor. 31 3 602118 To be a well-favoured man is the gift of fortune

Mucb Ado About Nob.31 3 134 1 24 If fortune be a woman, The's a good wench for this geer

Mer. of Ven. 2 2 204119 - All my fortunes are at lea; nor have I money, nor coinmodity to raise a present sum

Ibid. 1 I 1991231 Let fortune go to hell for it,—not I Herein fortune Mews herself more kind than is her custom

Ibid. 4) 1 217 1117 - Or give me the poor allotery my father left me by teftament; with that I will go buy my fortunes

As You Like It. 1 1 2241735 and nature the distinct offices of each

Ibid. I 2 2252 I Yet fortune cannot recompense me better, than to die well, and not my master's debtor

Ibid. 2 3 23012/23 Give me your hand, and let me all your fortunes understand

Ibid. 21 71 2,412 11 - He comes armed in his fortune

Ibid. 4) 1 2427135 My father dead, my fortune lives for me; and I do hope good days Tame of the Sh.1 2) 2591 24 The fouler fortune mine

Ibid. 5 2 2761127 The mightiest space in fortune nature brings, to join like likes

All's Well. 1 1 2792 12 she said was no goddess, that had put such difference betwixt their two estates Ibid. 1 3 281 214 Muddy'd in fortune's moat

Ibid. 5 2 30211 Fortune's displeasure is but sluttish

Ibid. 5 2 3027

5 - A paper from fortune's close-ftool to give to a nobleman

Ibid. 52 302116 Here is a pur of fortune's, fir, or of fortune's cat

Ibid. 5 2 302120 A man whom fortune hath cruelly scratched

Ibid. 5 2 3021129 Not worthy to touch fortune's fingers

Twelfth Nigbr. 2 5 319-30 I'll put my fortunes to your service, which are here by this discovery lost Wi's Talc. 1 2 338 223 on his damned quarrel smiling, Mew'd like a rebel's whore

Macberb. I 21 3632 12 That strumpet Fortune

K. Jobr.31 3962129 When Fortune means to men most good, she looks upon them with a threatning eye

Ibid. 3 4 4011/29 - As thy caufe is right fo be thy fortune in this royal fight

Richard ii. 3 4162 42 And crossly to thy good all fortune goes

Ibid. 24 4252 59 - It rain'd down fortune showering on your head

1 Henry iv. 51 1468 1 16 Will Fortune never come with both hands ful, but write her fair words still in fouleft "letters

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Fortani. The godders Fortune described and moralized

A.S. P. C. - Though Fortune's malice overthrow my state, my mind exceeds the compass of her

Henry v.
Thus far our fortune keeps an upward course

3 Henry vi. 41 31 6242 Since you will buckle Fortune on my back, to bear her burden whe'er I will or no,

Ibids 31 6292
I must have patience to bear the load
And put thy fortune to the arbitrement of bloody strokes and mortal staring war Ib. 15 3 6662

Ricbard ii. 31 7 656 11
'Tis for the followers Fortune widens them, not for the fliers
fall deep in love with thee; and her great charms guide thy opposers swords Ibid. 1 57097

Coriolanus. 1 41 70812 's blows, when most struck home, being gentle wounded craves a noble cunning Ibid. 4) 1 7261

is merry, and in this mood will give us any thing
Give me good fortune.—I make not, but foresee

Julius Cæsar. 3 27571
You have seen and prov'd, a fairer former fortune than that which is to approach Ib. 1 2768

Ant. and Clesp. 1 276812-
Our fortune lies upon this jump
Our fortune on the sea is out of breath, and links most lamentably Ant. and Cleop. 3

Ibid. 31 81 786 knows we scorn'her most, when most the offers blows

Ibid. 31 91 787 It much would please him, that of his fortunes you would make a staff to lean upon

Ibid. 3 11) 788 O, my fortunes have corrupted honest men

Ibid. 41 51 792 and Antony part here

Ibid. 4.101 794 Let me rail so high that the false huswife fortune break her wheel

Ibid.41131 797 Whom Fortune with her ivory hand wafts to her

Tim. of Atb.

1 804 Fools of fortune

6) 818 Safe out of Fortune's thot

Titus Andron. 2 1 836 The fineness of which metal is not found in Fortune's love

Troil. and Cref.: 31 862 But 'tis not so with me: fortune and I are friends

Ibid. 31 31 875 How some men creep in skittish Fortune's hall, while others play the ideots in her

Ibid. 31 31 87 brings in some boats that are not steerd

Cymbeline. 41 31 91A good man's fortune may grow out at heels

Lear. 2) 2 94 good night; smile once more; turn thy wheel

Ibid. 2 94 that arrant whore, ne'er turns the key to the poor

Ibid. 21 41 94 Myself could else out-frown false fortune's frown

Ibid. 51 31 99 O, Fortune, Fortune! all men call thee fickle

Rom. and Jul. 3) 5198 In the secret parts of Fortune? O, most true; she is a strumpet

Hamlet. 2) 2.10. What have you, my good friends, deserved at the hands of Fortune, 'that she sends you to prison hither


· Ibid. 2) And let her down the wind to prey at Fortune

Orbello. 31 310 That handkerchief thou speak'it of, I found by fortune

Ibid. 5) 210 Fortune's alms. And shut myself up in some other course, to Fortune's alms Ibid. 31 410 Fortunc's cap. On Fortune's cap we are not the very button

Hamler. 2 Fortuned. You will wonder what hath fortuned

Two Gent. of Verona. 51 41 Fortune's-frol. 0! I am fortune's fool

Romeo and Julier. 31 1
Fortune's-knave. 'Tis paltry to be Cæsar; not being Fortune, he's but Fortune's knave

Antury and Cleopatra. 5 2
Fortune's steward. My lord Shallow, be what thou wilt, I am Fortune's steward 2 H. iv. 5 3
Fortune-ielling. We do not know what is brought to pass under the profession of for-

Merry Wives of Windsor. 4
Forty-pence. How tastes it? is it bitter? forty-pence, no

Henry vir. 31 Forweary'd, in this action of swift speed

King Joba. 2 Fofered. For that our kingdom's earth should not be foild with that dear blood which it hath fostered

Ricbard i 1/ 3

3 One bred of alms, and foster'd with cold dishes, with scraps o' the court Cymbeline. 2 Foter-nurse. Which I did fore, to be my foster-nurse

As You Like It. 2

Our foster-nurse of nature is repose
Fougbi. He hath fought to-day, as if a god, in hate of mankind, had destroy'd in such
a shape

Ant. and Cleop./4 Foul words are but foul wind, and foul wind is but foul breath, and foul breath is noisome

Mu, Ado Abt. Norbing. 5

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A.S. P. C. L. Foul. For nothing can seem foul to those that win

1 Henry iv. sl | 467|1156 If you grow foul with me, Piftol, I will scour you with my rapier Henry v. 2 11 51519 Al is loft, this foul Ægyptian hath betray'd me

Ant. and Cleop. 4/1079417 Foul deeds will rise (though all the earth o'erwhelm them) to men's eyes Hamlet. I 2 1004 131 Fouler. The fouler fortune mine

Taming of the Sbrew. 5 2 276127 Fcully. Doft thou defire her foully for those things that make her good Meas. for Meas. 12 Fouiness. Who loved her so, that speaking of her foulness walh'd it with tears

Mucb Ado About Notb.14.1 138/225 Praised be the gods for thy foulness! Nuttishness may come hereafter As You Like It.3 3 238 244 He's fallen in love with her foulness

Ibid. 3 5 2402 46 Foul-spoker coward

Tirus Andrunicus. 2 1 837 1 3 Found. In what he did profess, well found

All's Wdll. 2

1284 14 Foundation. There is no sure foundation set on blood

King Jobn. 41 21 404 | 9 O Jove, I think, foundations fly the wretched

Cymbeline 3 6 913 - 1

| I Founded. A man that all his time, hath founded his good fortunes on your love Orbello. 31 4 1065232 Founder. In this point all his tricks founder

Henry viii. 3 2 6881233 Founder'd. I have founder'd nine score and odd posts

2 Henry iv. 4 3 49612 7 Fount. Consecrated fount

Measure for Meagire. 41 31 96 1152 You are the fount, that make small brooks to flow

3 Henry vi. 41 8 627243 From proofs as clear as founts in July

Henry vin. 1

1 6731221 Fountain. Paved fountain

Midf. Nigbr's Dream. 2 2 1792 44 Thou sheer, immaculate and filver fountain

Ricbard ii. 3) 437 159 The fountain from the which my current runs, or else dries up


14 2 1071 116 Foutra. A foutra for the world, and worldlings base

2 Henry iv. 5 3 50511113 A foutra for thine office

Ibid. 5) 31 505133 Forl. Even for our kitchens we kill the fowl of season

Meas. for Meas.122
When fowls have no feathers, and fith have no fins

Com. of Err. 31 1
Alas! poor hurt fowl

Mu. Ado Abt. No:b. 2 1 127 136
Strange fowl light upon neighbouring ponds

Cymbeline. 1 5 897144 Fax. Thou hast entertained a fox to be the Mepherd of thy lambs Two Gent. of Verona. 4) 3

411125 I'll warrant, we'll unkennel the fox;-let me stop this way first;--so now uncape

Merry Wives of Wind. 3) 3
Come you here to seek the lamb of the fox

Meas. for Meal. 5: 100 2 18
We'll fit the kid-fox with a pennyworth

Mu. Ado Abt. Norb.21 3) 129218 This lion is a very fox for his valour

Midf. N. Dream. 5) 1 194214 Tut! a toy! an old Italian fox is not so kind my boy

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 2 1 263 2140 - 0, will you eat no grapes, my royal fox? yes but you will, my noble grapes, an if my royal fox could reach them

All's Well. 2 1 2832135 Sir Toby will be sworn, that I am no fox

Twelfth Nigbr. 51 311 1 36 Nor no more truth in thee than in a drawn fox

i Henry iv.3) 31 462 2 39 For treason is but trusted like the fox

Ibid. 5 246911

9 To wake a wolf, is as bad as to smell a fox

2 Henry iv. I 21 477 21 1 O fignieur Dew, thou dy'lt on point of fox

Henry v. 41 41 5322 4 The fox barks not when he would steal the lamb

2 Hen. vi. 31 1 5832155 - And were't not madness then, to make the fox surveyor of the fold



1 5852 29 - Let him die in that he is a fox, by nature proved an enemy to the flock, before his chops be stain'd with crimson blood

131 1 58512 33 - But when the fox has once got in his nose, he'll soon find means to make the body follow

3 Henry vi. 4. 7 626 210 - This holy fox, or wolf, or both, for he is equal ravenous as he is subtle Henry viii. i 1 6732 26 - He that trufts in you, where he should find you lions, finds you hares; where foxes, geese

Coriolanus. I il 4051 28 If thou wert the fox, the lion would suspect thee

Tim. of Arb. 41 31 823 744 in stealth

Lear. 3 41 948 2146 Fexhip. Hadst thou foxlip to banish him that struck more blows for Rome than thou haft spoken words

Coriolanus.141 21 727 1123 Foyns, Ch' ill pick your teeth; zir: come; no matter vor your foyns

Lear. 41 61 95911155 Foysen, The bare fallow brings the teeming foyson

Meas. for Meas. 15 791 54 Scotland hath foysons to fill up your will, of your merc own

Macbeth.4) 3) 381153 Frated. His heart is fracted, and corroborate

Henry v.2 515 427 My reliance on his fracted dates has smit my credit

Timon of Arbens. 211 809 252 Fractins. After distasteful looks and these hard fractions

2 812213 · Their fraction is more our with, than their faction

Troi. and Cred: 2 31 869 2 3 of her faith, osts of her love

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Fragil. Nature's fragil veftels

A.S. P. C.L
Fragments. The body of your discourse is sometime guarded with fragments

Timon of Arbens.15, 31 827 2134
Go, get you home, you fragments

Mu. Ado Ab. Notb.) 1 124116

Coriolanus, 1
You were a fragment of Cneius Pompey's

From whence, fragment

Ani, and Cleop. 311 789/2/14
Frail fins.

Troil. and Cref: 51 | 884 130
Frailties. When we have our naked frailties hid

Tempeft. 4 1 181 24

Macbeib. 2/ 3/ 372 11 8
Frailty. Tho' Page be a secure fool, and stand so firmly on his wife's frailty
Bid her think what man is; let her consider his frailty

Merry W. of Winds: 2

531235 Yet had he framed to himself, by the instruction of his frailty, many deceiving pro

Ibid. 3 sl 63|2|37 miles of life Alas, our frailty is the cause, not we

Meaj. for Meas. 3 2 92123

2 And from the organ-pipe of frailty, ings his soul and body to their lasting rest

Twelfib Nigbr.23 314 1135

K. Jobr. 5 17 411 131 thy name is woman

Hamlet. 1 211003) 112
Is’t frailty, that thus errs; it is so too

Othello.4) 3.1073|2|51
Frame. The maid will I frame and make fit for his attempt
Her madness hath the oddett frame of sense, such a dependency of thing on thing Ib. 5) :

Measure for Measure.311 8912 43
Chid I for that at frugal Nature's frame

Much Ado About Norb. 4 1 1381160 Whose spirits toil in frame of villainies

Ibid.41 11 1391112 your mind to mirth and merriment

Induc. to Tam. of the Sbrew. 2) 254|240 your manners to the time

Taming of ibe Sbrew.{1 1 257 1125 Now were I happy, if his going I could frame to serve my turn Winter's Tale. 4) 3) 3542121 I never yet could frame my will to it: and therefore frame the law unto my will

i Henry vi. 21 4 552 21 7 By wicked means to frame our sovereign's fall

2 Henry vi. 31 1 58312 53 But you frame things, that are known alike

Henry viii. 1 21 67412157 But thou wilt frame thyself, forfooth, hereafter theirs

Coriolanus. 3) 2) 72312 39 If he can thereto frame his spirit

Ibid.31 27232158 Thou art my warrior; I holp to frame thee

Ibid. 5 31 735|2|26 Though I cannot make true wars, I'll frame convenient peace

Ibid. 1 3 7362 52 That the preparedly may frame herself to the way she 's forc'd to Ant. and Cleop. 15 11 798|1|31 the business after your own wisdom

Lear. I

2 933225 Our state to be disjoint and out of frame

Hamlet. I
Put your discourse into some frame

Ibid. 3
Framed. I framed to the harp many an English ditty

1 Henry iv. 3
For thou art fram'd of the firm truth of valour

Henry v.4) 31 53112to make women false

Orbello. 11 310511211 Frampold. She leads a very frampold life with him

Merry W. of Wind. 2 France? In her forehead ;, arm’d and reverted, making war against her hair Com. of Err: 3 2 is a dug-hole

All's Well. 21 31 2881 is a stable; we that dwell in ’t, jades How widely then walks my estate in France

K. Zobr.4 There is no bar to make against your highness claim to France but this, which they produce from Pharamond

Henry v. I

Ibid. 1
If that you will France win, then with Scotland first begin

Ibid. 1
being ours, we'll bend it to our awe, or break it all to pieces

Ibid. 12

Henry 5th's claim to the crown of France
For I love France so well that I will not part with a village of it

Ibid. 5) 2 539
Remember where we are, in France, amongst a fickle wavering nation 1 Henry vi. 4
Now the time is come, that France must vail her lofty-plumed creft, and let her
head fall into England's lap
I foresee with grief the utter loss of all the realm of France

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