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A. S. P. C.L. Home. Look, ye draw home enough

Titus Andronicus. 41 31 848 1117 No further halting : satisfy me home; what is become of her

Cymbeline. 31 5 91232

Ibid. 14) 2 9181135 It confirms me home: this is Pisanio's deed

Lear.2 He charges home my unprovided body

1 9392 14

Ibid. 2 Which I thought it fit to answer from our home

1 940) 147 These injuries the king now bears, will be revenged home

Ibid. 3 3 947 238

Otbello. 51 1 1074 | 7 Wear thy good rapier bare, and put it home Home-affairs.

Two Genl. of Verona. 24 301244

Ibid. 1 2315 Home-keeping youth have ever homely wits Hume-spun. What hempen home-spuns have we swaggering here Mids. Night's Dream. 3

1 1832 43 Henricide. Salisbury is a desperate homicide

i Henryv ios

2 545|2|30 For what is he they follow? truly, gentlemen, a bloody tyrant, and a homicide R.ici. 3) 668 1131 Homily. What tedious homily of love have you wearied your parishioners withal

As You Like II. 3) 223619 Hom. Go to, bomo is a common name to all men

i Henry iv. 2 1449118 Honeft. If I find her honest, I lose not my labour; if she be otherwise, 'tis labour well bestowed

Merry W. of Windsor. 2

:1211 532 40 in nothing but in his cloaths

Meal. for Meal. 51 100136 as the skin between his brows

Much Ado About Nob. 3/ 5/ 13612 17 As honest as any man living, that is an old man, and no honester than I Ibid. 31 5 1362 19 'Tis pity she's not honest, honourable

Winter's Tale. 2

13392/18 No less honest than you are mad

Ibid. 2) 3 342 744 Though I am not naturally honest, I am so sometimes by chance

Ibid. 431 356 213 If I had a mind to be honest, I fee, fortune would not fuffer me

Ibid.41 31 357231 Would you were half so honest! men's prayers then would seek you, not their fears

Henry vii. 5 2 699238 Where I could not be honest, I never yet was valiant

Lear. 5) 1961 145 To be honest, as this world goes, is to be one man pick'd out of ten thousand Ham. 2

2 101112154 - as summer fies are in the Tambles, that quicken even with blowing

Orbello. 4 2 1071|1|r3 Honel man. An honest man, fir, is able to speak for himself, when a knave is not 2 H. iv. 5 I 501154 Do not cast away an honest man for a vilain's accusation

2 Henry vi. 1 3 57713 Honefl men. Ye speak like honest men, (pray God, ye prove so)

Henry viii. 31 1 687 120 Honesty. By mine honesty, welcome to Milan

Two Gent.of Ver. 25 312129 Transated out of honesty into English

Merry W. of Windjor. 13 491/41 If it stand with honesty, buy thou the cottage, pasture, and the flock As You Like It. 2 4 23129 coupled to beauty, is to have honey a sauce to sugar

Ibid. 3 3 2382135 To cast away honesty upon a foul Nut, were to put good meat into an unclean dish 16.131 31 238 2 41 Rich honetty dwells like a miser, fir, in a poor house; as your pearl, in your foul oyster

Ibid. 1 41 248 216 Though honesty be no puritan, yet it will do no hurt; it will wear the surplice of humility over the black gown of a big heart

All's Wul.1 3 281 157 All her deserving is a reserved honeity, and that I have not heard examined

Ibid. 3) 5 2922 59 Of his honesty, he has every thing that an honest man thould not have; what an honest man should have, he has nothing

Ibid. 41 31 299) 135 As my honesty puts it to utterance

Winter's Tale. 1 Il 333 1125 A note infallible of breaking honesty

Ibid. I 2) 337 1 13 If therefore you dare trust my honelty,- that lies enclosed in this trunk, which you Thall bear along impawn'd

Ibid. 1

2 338 218 If it be fo, we need no grave to bury honesty; there's not a grain of it

Ibid. 2

1 340 1/60 If I thought it were not a piece of honcity to acquaint the king withal, I would do't

Ibid.41 31 355742 What a fool honesty is! and trust, his sworn brother, a very simple gentleman Ibid. 41 31 35524 Mine honefty shall be my dower

3 Henry vi. 3 2 6181125 Whose honesty the devil and his disciples only envy at

Henry viii. 5 2 7001122 What other oath than honefty to honefty engaged

Julius Cajar. 2 1 7481/13 I am arm'd so strong in honesty, that they pass by me, as the idle wind Ibid./4) 31 75912 13 Mine honesty Mall not make poor my greatness, nor my power work without it

Antony and Cleop. 2 2 775 140 His honesty rewards him in itself, it must not bear my daughter Tim. of A:bens.1 1 805113 Hi nefty's a fool, and loses that it works for

Oibello. 3) 31063|237 Iloney. That being daily swallowed by men's eyes, they surfeited with honey i Hen. iv. 3 2 46027 Thus may we gather honey from the weed

Henry v. 4 11 52724 The king hath found matter against him, that for ever mars the honey of his language

Henry viii. 3) 2) 688-1 3

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A.S, P. C.L. Honey. You have the honey ftill, but these the gall

Troil. and Crep.1 21 21 868014 The sweetest honey is loathsome in its own deliciousness

Romeo and Julier. 21

98112111 Death that hath fuck'd the honey of thy breath

Ibid.5 3 99512118 Honey-bags. The honey-bags steal from the humble bees Midf. Night's Dream.3 1 184 236

Kill me a red-hip'd humble bee on the top of a thistle, and good monsieur bring me the honey-bag

Ibid. 4 1 1891158 Honey breath.

Titus Andronicus. 2 5 84130 Honey-dew. Then fresh tears stood on her cheeks; as doth the honey-dew upon a gather'd lily almost wither'd

Titus Andronicus. 3 1 942-14 Honey drops.

Tempeft. 41 171113 Honey-beavy dew. Enjoy the honey-heavy dew of Number

Jul. Cafar.2 17491113 Honeying, and making love over the nafty stye

Hamlet, 3) 4 102412124 Honey lord. My good sweet honey lord

i Henry iv.1 2 444-24 Honey love. And now, my honey love

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 4 31 2701459 Honey Monarcb. That's all one my fair, sweet, honey monarch Love's Labour Loft. 5 2 1711144 Honey-mouib'd. If I prove honey-mouth'd, let my tongue blifter Winter's Tale. 22 3411138 Honey nurse.

Romeo and Juliet. 2 5 9801227 Honey-feed. O thou honey-feed rogue ! thou art a honey-feed;

2 Henry iv. 2 1 4801 3 Honey-fialks. With words more sweet, and yet more dangerous than baits to fish, or honey-stalks to sheep

Tit. Andron. 441 850 11 7 Honey-fuckles. Where honey-suckles ripen`d by the fun, forbid the fun to enter

M. Ado About Noth.31 1 13111155 - O thou honey-suckle villain; wilt thou kill God's officers and the king's 2 Hen. iv. 2 11 4801 Honey-fwect husband

Henry v. 2 3 51712/24 lord

Troil. ar.d Cres. 3 1 8711245 queen

Ibid.31 1 872121 4 Horey words. Even in so Mort a space, my woman's heart grossly grew captive to his honey words

Richard i. 41 11 657 128 Honerificabilitudinitatibus,

Love's Lab. Loft. 5 16510 Honour. Whore honour cannot be measured or confined

Tempeft. 5.1

2011153 It is as much as I can do, to keep the terms of my honour precise M.W.of Windfer. 2 541/14 - Hiding mine honour in my necessity

Now doth thy honour stand, in him that was of late an heretic, as firm as faith Ibid. 4. 4 6712144 But it would better fit your honour to change your mind Mu. Ado Abt. Norb.32 133|2147 Two of them have the very bent of honour

Ibid. 4! 1 13812160 - Receive such welcome at my hand, as honour without breach of honour, may make tender of

Love's Lab. Loft.2 1 153/2/18 - And that clear honour were purchas'd by the merit of the wearer Mer. of Venice. 2 9 20811 5

One in whom the ancient Roman honour more appears, than any that draws breath in Italy

Ibid. 3) 2

2121152 My honour would not let ingratitude so much besmear it

2211 23 So honour peeret's in the meanest habit

Tan. of the Shrew. 4 327211 Ś His honour, clock to itself, knew the true minute when exception bid him speak

All's Well. 1 2 280119 See that you come not to woo honour, but to wed it

Ibid. 2 1 283 124 Till honour be bought up, and no sword worn, but one to dance with Ibid. 2! 1283147 true, characterized

Ibid. 2 3] 287|1|12 It is in us to plant thine honour, where we please to have it grow

Ibid. 21 31 28711137 - All the honours that can fly from us, Mall on them settle

Ibid. 1 1 2901147 - Whence honour but of danger wins a scar; as oft it loses all

Ibid. 3 2 29712 26 A scar nobly got, or a noble scar, is a good livery of honour

Ibid. 4) 5 30112118 More it would content me to have her honour true, than your suspicion Winter's Tale. 21 340 2 6 For honour, 'tis a derivative from mo to mine Your honour not o'erchrown by your desires, I am friend to them and you Ibid. 5 1 359 2162 A foot of honour better than I was

King Jobr. 1 11 389124 New made honour doth forget men's names

1 399129 If guilty dread hath left thee so much strength as to take up mine honour's pawn, then stoop

Ricbard ii. 1 1 414 155 described

415141 Mine honour is my life; both grow in one

1 415 145 His honour is as true, in this appeal, as thou art all unjust

1 432 111 Thou map of honour, thou king Richard's tomb, and not king Richard Ibid. 5) 1 4341248 High sparks of honour in thee have I seen

61 4361255 Mine honour lives, when his dishonour dies

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i Heriry iv.1 11 31 44709

- Bu What never dying honour hath he got against renowned Douglas

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For every honour sitting on his helm, would they were multitudes

Ibid. 31 21 461129
Thou art the king of honour

Ibid. 14) 1 463|2|55
If well-respected honour bid me on, I hold as little counsel with weak fear as you,
my lord, or any Scot that this day lives

Ibid. 41 31 4661127
Falstaff's catechism of honour

Idid. 468)2 43
i like not such grinning honour as Sir Walter hath

Ibid. 5! 31 470216
Give me life: which if I can save, so, if not, honour comes unlook'd for

Ibid.'s! 3) 47428
And all the budding honours on thy creft I'll crop, to make a garland for my head 16.5 41 47111448
My honour is at pawn; and, but my going, nothing can redeem it

2 Henry iv.1 2 3 483|1|?
It seem'd in me, but as an honour snatch'd with boisterous hand

Ibid. 4) 41 5001216
What I did, I did in honour, led by the impartial conduct of my soul

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15121 50217138 's thought reigns solely in the breast of every man

Henry v.2 cb. 514) 5 And with spirit of honour edg’d, more Tharper than your words, hie to the field' Ib. 31 5 523(1 27 If it be a lin to covet honour, I am the most offending soul alive

Ibid. 14) 3) 5311141
There the fun fhall greet them, and draw their honours reeking up to heaven

Ibid. 41 31 532
Old do I wax; and from my weary limbs honour is cudgell'd

Ibid.
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il 5381019 And not deface our honour with reproach

i Henry vi.

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6 569219 From top of honour to disgrace's feet

2 Henry vi.fi

257411162 But thou preferr 'ft thy life before thine honour

3 Henry vi.lt

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129 'Tis the more honour, because more dangerous

Ibid.

141 31 62411 23 if honour may be shrouded in a hearse

Ricbard in.) 21 635)3.59 As I belong to woi Mip, and affect in honour honesty

Henry viii.lt 1 6731,39 Thus the cardinal does buy and sell his honour as he pleares

1 67411 Whore honour heaven shield from foil

2) 674/23 All men's honours lie like one lump before him, to be fashion'd into what pitch hel please

2) 681 1 Honour's train is longer than his fore-Skirt

31 68312 Too much honour: 0, 'tis a burden, Cromwell, 'tis a burden too heavy for a man that hopes for heaven

Ibid.31 2 6924 That the great child of honour, Cardinal Wolsey, was dead

Ibid. (412 694 He gave his honours to the world again

Ibid. 4) 2 694 Hali all Coininius' honours are to Marcius, though Marcius earn'd them not

706 I should treelier rejoice in that absence wherein he won honour, than in the embracements of his bed

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If it be honour, in the wars, to seem the same you are not
I rais'd him, and I pawn'd mine honour for his truth

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sl si - Let the gods fo fpeed me, as I love the name of honour more than I fear death

Julius Cæfar.1
We lay these honours on this man, to ease ourselves of divers Nanderous loads Ibid.

And fell the mighty space of our large honours, for so much trash as may be grasped
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The honour is facred which he talks on now, supposing that I lack'd it
'Tis not niy profit that does lead mine honour, mine honour it
If I lose mine honour, I lose myself

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Mine honour was not yielded, but conquer'd merely
Or I will live, or bathe my dying honour in the blood shall make it live again Hiid.
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Lear. 1 93012158 Honur. To plainness honour's bound, when majesty stoops to folly

Hamler. 41 41102826 But greatly to find quarrel in a traw, when honour's at the stake

Orbello. 5) 21078|2118 But why should'honour out-live honesty? let it go all

Ibid.15) 211079|1|25
Nought I did in hate, but all in honour

M. Ado Abt. Notb.4
Honour (Female) She's but the sign and semblance of her honour

Ibid.4

13911 If they wrong her honour, the proudest of them shall well hear of it

Love's Labour Loft.5 2

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All's W ll. 4. 22962126
Mine honour's such a ring: my chastity's the jewel of her house

Winter's Tale. 1 21 337113
I'll give no blemish to her honour
I would, I were so sure to win the king, as I am bold, her honour will remain her's

Cymbeline. 2 4 9041135
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41 90511152 Let there be no honour, where there is beauty

Otbello.
Her honour is an effence that's not scen

11067124 Honcurable. Let her descend, bully, let her descend: my chambers are honourable

Merry W.of Windjor. 41 5 691 2 I would, thou hadít been son to some man else, the world esteem'd thy father honourable

As You Like I.. I 2 2271 5 Honourable-dangerous. An enterprize of honourable-dangerous consequence J.Cæfar. 3) 746143 Honourably. Do this message honourably

Titus Andronicus. 41 41 8501214 Hood. While grace is saying, hood mine eyes thus with my hat

Mer, of Venice. 2 204 153
Now, by my hood, a Gentile and no Jew

Ibid. 2
All hoods make not monks

Henry viii. 3

68611163 My unmann'd blood bating in my cheeks with tby black mantle Romeo and Julier. 3 2 9831-45 Hooded. You must be hooded, must you

Meal for Meal. 5 101122 Hoodman-blind.

Hamlet. 3

4 1024124 Hood-wink. The prize I'll bring thce to, shall hood-wink this mischance

Timpift. 4

1811155 The time you may so hood-wink

Macbeib. 41 31 381135 Hod-wink'd. And the disorders, such as war, were hood-wink'd

Cymbeline. 5

9201237 Hoofs. Many a nobleman lies stark and stiff under the roofs of vaunting enemies

I Henry iv. 51 3 470 444 Hook. Bait the hook well; this fish will bite

Much Ado Ab. Noib, 12

3 130130 But the I can hook to me

Winter's Tale. 2

31 3412125 Will I live?-go with her, with her; hook on, hook on

2 Henry iv. 2 1 481 110 That hook of wiving, fairness

Cymbeline. 5 s 92512 3
Hook-nos'd. That I may justly say with the hook-nos'd fellow of Rome, I came, saw,
and overcame

Cymbeline.
Hop. Who with age and envy was grown into an hoop

31 496 2112 Tempeft. 1

12 Or hoop his body more with thy embraces

Winter's Tale. 41 31 353/2 63 A hoop of gold to bind thy brothers in

2 Henry iv. + 4 497|254
If I knew what hoop should hold us staunch, from edge to edge o' the world I would
pursue it

Ant. and Clesp. -
Hoop'd pot. The three hoop'd pot shall have ten hoops

2 Henry vi. 41 21 5932 Hooted. That she is living, were it but told you, should be hooted at like an old tale

Winter's Tale. 5 3 362220
Still as he refus'd it, the rabblement hooted
Hop. Go, hop me over eyery kennel home, for you shall hop without my custom, fir

Julius Cæfar. 1 744121 I - Would make thee quickly hop without thy head

Taming of tbe Shrew. 4 3 271148 I saw her once hop forty paces through the public street

2 Henry vi, 1 3 576157 Hep-dance cries in Tom's belly for two white herring

21 7762123 Hope.. I will put off my hope, and keep it no longer for my fiatterer

6 All the fair effects of future hopes

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A.S. P. C.L. Hope. I have lost my hopes :-perchance, even there, where I did find my doubts Macberb. 41 31 380,2737 - described

Ricbard 11.2 I see some sparkles of a better hope, which elder days may happily bring forth

2 4231 28 By how much better than my word I am, by so much thall I falsify men's hopes

Ib. 51 31 437 1 12

1 Henry iv. 1 2 445 1 19 The very bottom and the soul of hope

Ibid. 41 1.464 140 – England did never owe so sweet a hope, so much misconstrued in his wantonness 16. 5 2 469213

It never yet did hurt, to lay down likelihoods, and forms of hope
Thus do the hopes we had in him touch ground, and dath themselves to pieces Ibid. 4

2 Henry iv.: 31 4782 30

1 492 143 I had hope of France, as firmly as I hope for fertile England

2 Henry vi. 3) 1 584 133 My hope is gone, now Suffolk is deceas'd

Ibid. 41 41 595 150 Thus do I hope to Make king Henry's head

3 Henry vi. 1 1 603 2 14 Such hope have all the line of John a Gaunt

Ibid. 1

1 603 212 Our hap is lots, our hope but fad despair

Ibid. 2) 3) 613149 'Till then fair hope must hinder life's decay

Ibid. 41 41 624248 He that will not fight for such a hope, go home to bed

Ibid. 5 41 630 139 Shamefully by you my hopes are butcher'd

Ricbard i. 1 3 640 2 8 Who builds his hope in air of your fair looks, lives like a drunken sailor on a mait 16.3) 41 652234 True hope is (wift, and flies with swallows wings; kings it makes gods, and meaner creatures kings

Ibid. 5 2 665213 Farewell my hopes of court! my hopes in heaven do dwell

Henry vi. 3) 2 692 2 64 Their very heart of hope

Coriolanus. 1 67092132 I have an absolute hope

Antony and Cleop:14 3 791146 And with that painted hope she braves your mightiness

Titus Andron. 2/ 3839 127 There my hopes lie drown'd

Troi. and Crelis

1 858 145 - The ample propofition, that hope makes in all designs begun on earth below, fails in the promis'd largeness

Ibid. 1 31 861 242 In these fear'd hopes, I barely gratify your love

Cymbeline. 2 41 9041/41 I do spy a kind of hope, which craves as desperate an execution as that is desperate which we would prevent

Romeo and Juliet.14) 1990 156 Therefore my hopes, not surfeited to death, stand in bold care

Orbello. 2 11051 2 58 Hopeful. To the hopeful execution do I leave you of your commissions Mea. for Mea. 1 Hopeless to find, yet loth to leave unfought

Comedy of Errors.1 1 104214 Hepi. Be that thou hop'st to be; or what thou art resign to death

2 Heriry vi. 3) 1 586157 Hopkins, Nicbolas. He was brought to this by a vain prophecy of Nicholas Hopkins H.viii.li 2675253 That devil-monk Hopkins that made this mischief

Ibid. 2

1679 132 Horace. O, 'tis a verse in Horace, I know it well

Titus Andron. 41 2 8462 13 Horario. D.P.

Hamler. 9991 Horns. I'll do what I can to get you a pair of horns

Merry W.cf Windsor. 51

701144 My horns I bequeath your husbands Let's write good angel on the devil's horn

Meal. for Meal: 2 4 Pluck off the bull's horns, and let them in my forehead

Much Ado Ab, Norb. 1 1123255 God sends a curt cow mor: horns

Ibid. 2 Well, a horn for my money

Ibid. 2 3/ 129238 When shall we set the savage bull's horns on the sensible Benedick's head

Ibid. 5 1 1422 46 We'll tip thy horns with gold

Ibid. 54/ 146 1112 There's no staff more reverend than one tipt with horn

Ibid. 51 41 146 2 51 A cry more tuneable was never halloo'd to, nor cheer'd with horn

M. Night's Dr.14 1 1902 40 Tell him, there's a post come from my master, with his horn full of good news

Merchant of Venice. 5. T

2192/24 As horns are odious, they are necessary

As You Like It. 31 31 238 2/53

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Many a man hath good horns, and knows no end of them
The noblest deer hath them as huge as the rascal

Ibid. 31 31 2391| 4
Why horns; which such as you are fain to be beholden to your wives for

Ibid.41 242 133
It would do well to set the decr's horns upon his head, for a branch of victory Ibid. 1412 243 224

Tam. &fibe Sbrew. 4. 1267 153
Why thy horn is a foot: and so long am I, at the least
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