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A. S. P. C.L. Perfeet. For my own part, I am, as they say, but to parfe& one man in one poor man

Love's Labour Loft. 5 2 1710114 Paris. Lucentio fall make one, though Paris came in hope to speed alone T. of ebe

2591227 Governor of. D. P.

i Henry vi.

5431 Thus he goes, as did the youthful Paris once to Greece


570210 - D. P. Troilus and Cress. p. 857.

D. P.
Romeo and Juliet.

926) Paris-balls. To that end, as matching to his youth and vanity, I did present him with those Paris-balls

Henry v.2 4 51912121 Paris-garden. Do you take the court for Paris-garden

Henry vži. 51 3 700247 Parish. I'd let a parish of such Cloten’s blood

Cymbeline. 4 2 91621 Paritors. Sole imperator, great general of trotting paritors

Love's Lab. Loft.3 1 1562/25 Park'd. How are we park'd and bounded in a pale

i Henry vi. 41 21 563124 Parle. That ev'ry day with parle encounter me

Two Gert. of Verona. I 25/11: Their purpose is, to parle, to court, and dance

Love's Lab. Lol.51 21 167 11:5 Though the nature of our quarrel never yet brook'd parle Taming of tbe Sbrew. i 1 2561117 Or sound so base a parle

Richard ii. I 1 4151107 Through brazen trumpet send the breath of parle into his ruin'd ears Ibid. 31 31 428245 Break the parle

Titus Andronicus. 51 31 853/2153 When, in an angry parle, he smote the Nidded Polack on the ice

Hamlet. 1 1 100014 Parley. What 's the business, that such a hideous trumpet calls to parley the Deepers of the house

Macbeth.21 31 371121 Well, by my will, we shall admit no parley

2 Henry iv. 41 4941133 Dare any be so bold to sound retreat or parley, when I command them kill 2 Hen. vi. 4) 8

59710125 What an eye she has! methinks it sounds a parley of provocation

Orbeilo. 2

31055 11 Parliament. Who hath not heard it spoken, how deep you were within the books of God ? to us, the speaker in his parliament

2 Henry iv. 41 2 495117 My mouth Mall be the parliament of England

2 Henry vi. 41 7 595257 The bloody parliament shall this be callid, unless Plantagenet, duke of York, be king

3 Henry vi.1 16041115 Parlous. By'r lakin, a parlous fear

Midf. Night's Dream. 3) 1 183 - 23 Thou art in a parlous state, shepherd

As You Like It. 3) 2 3342 57 O, 'tis a parlous boy; bold, quick, ingenious, forward, capable Ricbard iii. 3 1 6491237 A parlous boy :-go to, you are too shrewd

Ibid. 46472126 Parmacity. Telling me the sovereign'st thing on earth was parmacity for an inward bruisc

i Henry iv. 1 3 445 234 Parolles. D. P.

All's Well.

277 'Parrel. I'll bring him the best 'parrel that I have, come on't what will Lear. 41 1 95326 Parricide. Not confessing their cruel parricide, filling their hearers with strange invention

Macbetb. (3) 373:22 -- But that I told him, the revenging gods 'gainst parricides did all their thunders bend

Lear. 21 il 939129 Parrots. Some [men] will evermore peep through their eyes, and laugh like parrots at a bag-piper

Mer. of Venice. i 1 198)11 8 And discourse grow commendable in none only but parrots

Ibid. 31 5 2141123 More clamorous than a parrot against rain

As You Like It.[4] 1 2436 That ever this fellow Thould have fewer words than a parrot, and yet the son of a woman

i Henry iv.2 41 45213161 The parrot will not do more for an almond, than he for a commodious drab Tr.&C. 5 2 887143 Drunk ? and speak parrot

0:bello.2 311057210 Parrot-teacber. Well you are a rare parrot-teacher

Much Ado About Norbei 122 2146 Parson. Sometimes the comes with a tithe-pig's tail tickling a parson's nose, as a 'lies alleep, then dreams he of another benefice

Romeo and Juliet. 4 9722150 Part. In debating which was best, we Mall part with neither Comedy of Errors. 31 1 III 3 - For which of my bad parts didst thou first suffer love for me Mm. Ado Abi. Norb. 51 2 144|2|43 For which of my good parts did you first suffer love for me

Ibid. 5 21 1442148 My better parts are all thrown down

As You Like It. I 2 227 1138 That part was aptly fitted, and naturally performid Induc. to Tam. of the Sbrew. 1 25212/44 Alas, the part I had in Glofter's blood, doth more solicit me than your exclaims Ricb. ii. 1 21 45215 This part of his conjoins with my disease, and helps to end me 2 Henry iv. 4 4 490 1155 It is a part that I fall blush in acting

Coriolanus. 2 2 7161135 My train are men of choice, and rarest parts

Lear. 1 Partake. You may partake of any thing we say; we speak no treason man

16342 22 Parted. That man-how dearly even parted, how much in having, or without, or in

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A, S. P. C.L. Parebia. Now darting Parthia art thou struck

Ant. and Cleop:13 11 7811:57 Partbian, Or, like the Parthian, I thall Aying fight

Cymbeline. 117 899127 Partial. I am not partial to infringe our laws

Comedy of Errors.1 1 103 110 I cannot be so partial, Goneril, to the great love I bear you


4 938 110 Partialize. Such neighbour hearness to our sacred blood, should nothing privilege him, nor partialize

Ricbard ii. I 1 41412 40 Participation. Thou hast lost thy princely privilege with vile participation i Henry iv. 3 2 4601224 Particular. And every course in his particular

2 Henry iv. 41 41 498/1150 Who lov'd him in a most dear particular

Coriolanus. 5) 11 7331| 9 For his particular, I'U receive him gladly, but not one follower

Lear. 21 4) 945 243 Parting from his family described by Launce

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 3 is such sweet forrow, that I shall say good night, 'till it be morrow Rom. and Jul. 2 2 9771133 Partirion. It is the wittiest partition that ever I heard discourse Midf. Night's Dream.5 1 1932 47

And can we not partition make with spectacles fo precious 'twixt fair and foul Cym. 171 899 147 34 Partizans. Clubs, bills, and partizans

Rumeo and Juliet.[1] . 698/1160 I had as lief have a reed that will do me no service, as a partizan I could not heave

Antony and Cleopatra.271 7801145 And make him with our pikes and partizans a grave

Cymbeline. 4 2 918/261 And made Verona's ancient citizens cast by their grave beseeming ornaments, to wield old partizans

Rom. and Juliet. I 1 968 230 Shall I ftrike it with my partizan

Hamlet. 1 1 10011 16 Partlet. Unroosted by thy dame Partlet here

Winter's Tale. 2 31 3421151 How now, dame Partlet, the hen

i Henry iv. 331 462125 Partridge's. Then there's a partridge's wing fav'd

Mucb Ado About Notbing. 2

1 1261239 Who finds the partridge in the puttock's neft, but may imagine how the bird came dead, although the kite foar with unbloody'd beak

2 Henry vi. 3 2 5882132 Pass. Thou want'st a rough pash, and the shoots

Winter's Tale.lil 2335151 If I go to him, with my armed fift I'll pash him o'er the face Troi. and Crej: 21 3 87012 to Pafoed. Waving his beam upon the pashed corses of the kings

Ibid. 5 5 88911 II Pass. To pass assurance of a dower in marriage

Tam. of tbe Sbrew.41 2 270154 my daughter a sufficient dower

Ibid. 41 4! 2721215 Lord, let me never have a cause to figh, 'till I am brought to such a filly pass Ibid. 5 2 27658 Nay, an thou pass upon me, I'll no more with thee

Twelfth Nigbt. 6 1 320738 As for these filken coated Naves, I pass not

2 Henry vi. 41 2 5941 14 Please you, that I may pass this doing

Coriolanus. 2 2 7161127 What, have his daughters brought him to this pass

Lear. 3) 4 9481213 Though well we may not pass upon his life without the form of justice Ibid. 31 7 9511221 Thus might he pass indeed

6 And in a pass of practice, requite him for your father

Hamlet. 41 7 1032227 Some strange indignity, which patience could not pass

Otbello. 21 31057)1 31 Pelable. His body's a paffable carcase, if it be not hurt

Cymbeline.1 3895228 Pallado. The passado he respects not

Love's Labor Loft.

2 1512 54 Ah, the immortal paffado

Romeo and Juliet. 2 4 97828 Come, fir, your parrado

1 982218 Pajage. This young gentlewoman had a father (O, that had ! how fad a passage 'tis)

All's Well. 1 1 277125 Must I not serve a long apprenticehood to foreign passages

Richard ii. i 3) 41812 32 O, uncle, 'would come part of my young years might but redeem the passage of your age

i Henry vi. 21 5 55412 36 If such actions may have passage free, bond-Naves and pagans shall our statesmen be

Otbello.1 210462150 What, ho! no watch? no passage ?

Ibid. 5 1 1074 2 6 Pass'd. The women have so cry'd and Ariek'd at it, that it pass’d Mer. W. of Winds. 1 1 Make thee beg pardon for thy passed speech

2 Henry vi. 3) 2 588 1 4 How pass'd it

Henry viii. 2 1 670 1 20 Paffes. This passes

Merry W.of Winds. 4 2

66221 Like power divine hath look'd upon my passes

Meas. for Meal. 5) 101144 The king, fir, hath lay'd, that in a dozen paffes between yourself and him, he Mail not exceed you three hits

Hamlet. 5) 210311117 Palletb. But I have that within, which palleth show

Ibid. 1

2 100211 46 Paffing. You apprehend passing Mrewdly

Much Ado Ab. Norb. 2 126 127 For Oberon is paffing fell and wrath

Midf. Night's Dream. 2 1 17.0/25 It will be paftime passing excellent, if it be husbanded with modefty

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Tam. of tbe Sbrew./21 11 2611118 viy falcon now is tharp and passing empty

Ibid. 41 : 26911115 I find you puffing gentle

Ibid. 2 1 262 0137 'Tis pailing good

Ibid. 41 31 270217 This is a pafling merry one

Winter's Tale. 4 3) 352 2 2 - And our ar shakes them paffing scornfully

Henry v. 4 2 530232 O paffing traitor, perjur'd, and unjust

3 Henry vi. 5 1 628 261 pieaiit.g tongue

Ricbard iti. 1 1634/2/27 Yet are they palling cowardly

Coriolanus. I il 7052 3 well

Hamlet.21 2 1014211 In faith, 'twas strange, 'twas passing strange

Orbello. 3|1048/229 Paffion. Passion change not shortly

Mu. Ado Abt. Notb. I 1123211 There never was counterfeit of passion came fo near the life of paffion Ibid. 2) 3) 13011/26 And counsel him to fight against his passion

Ibid. 31 1 13225 How all the other passions fleet to air, as doubtful thoughts, and raih embrac'd despair

Merchant of Venice. 3 2 2102 36 What passion hangs these weights upon my tongue

As You Like It. 1 2 227 149 Methinks, his words do from such passion fly, that he believes himself; fo do not i

Twelftb Night. 3) 4) 3262) 4 If much you note him, you thall offend him, and extend his passion Macberb. 31 4 3752 53 His passion is so ripe, it needs mus break

K. Jobn. 4 2 4032/45 'Till that his paffions, like a whale on ground, confound themselves with working

2 Henry iv. 41 41 4972 50 Her passions are made of nothing but the finest part of pure love Ant. and Cleop. 1/ 2769/2/55 Our own precedent pasfions do instruct us what levity is in youth Timon of Athens. 1 1 804/217 Then be my passions bottomless

Titus Andronicus. 3 1 8431 3 - Your passion draws ears hither

Troiland Crel: 15 2 8871/28 She was a queen over her passion; who, most rebel-like, sought to be king o'er her

Lear. 41 3) 955734 But passion lends them power

Rom. and Jul. 1 5 974 2 53 Give me that man that is not passion's Nave

Hamlet. 3 2 1019745 Well painted passion

Orbello. 4. 1/1069/260 Pallionate. And cannot passionate our ten-fold grief with folded arms Tit. Andron. 3 2 844141 Pallport. Look on this letter, madam; here's my passport

All's Well.31 2 291111 Paly-measure. Then he's a rogue, and a pally-measure pavin; I hate a drunken rogue

Twelftb Night. 51 3302 43 Paft and to come, seem beft; things present worst

2 Henry iv. 11 31 479221 Paffe. Some model of the barren carth, which serves as parte, and cover to our bones

Richard ii. 3) 2) 4272 57 I will grind your bones to dust, and with your blood and it I'll make a paste Tit. Ar. 5 2 8532S Paftics. And make two pasties of your shameful heads

Ibid. s 2 8532 10 Pastime of each weary Itep

Two Gentlemen of Verona. 27 To see no pastime, I:--what you would have, I'll stay to know at your abandon'd

As You Like It. 5. 41 2500! Till our very pastime, tired out of breath, prompt us to have mercy on him Tw. Night.3) 4 3241 * - Make their pastimes at my sorrow: they mould not laugh if I could reach them

Winter's Tale. 21 31 3412 46 Paffer. It is the pastor lards the brother's fides, the want that makes him leave Tim. of Arb. 4. 3 8192 36

Do not, as some ungracious pastors do, few me the steep and thorny way to heaven

Hamlet. 3.10042 32 Paft-proportion. Will you with counters sum the past-proportion of his infinite Tr. & Cr. 2 3 867: 3 Pallure. They sell the pasture now to buy the horse

Henry v.[21c6514" 1
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can say no more

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Ibid. 5 1 194 111 Nor could come pat betwixt too early and too late, for any suit of pound Henry vii. 1 3 6831:48 he comes, like the catastrophe of the old comedy

Lear. 1 2 93419 Now might I do it, pat

Hamlet. 3) 310231153 Pataie. This daftard at the battle of Pataie-like to a trusty squire did run away

i 1 559|2 44 Paick. Scurvy patch

Tempet. 3 2 14:11 What patch is made our porter

Comedy of Errors. 3) 1 1094/ST

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A. S. P. C.L. Parcb. So were there a patch set on learning, to fee bim in a school Love's Lab. L. 41 21 159117 - A crew of patches, rude mechanicals, that work for bread upon Athenian stalls

Midf. Nigbi's Dream. 31 2 1851.26
The patch is kind enough; but a huge feeder, snail flow in profit Mer. of Venice. 2 51 2052118
Yonders my lord, your son, with a patch of velvet on's face; whether there be a
fcar under't or no che velvet knows

All's Well.41 5 3012/13
What soldier's patch

Macberb. 5 3 3941148 As patches fet upon a little breach, discredit more the hiding of the fault, than did the fault before it was so patch'd

K. John 424031153 And begin to patch up thine old body for heaven

2 Henry iv. 241 480124 We go to gain a little patch of ground

Hamlet. 41 4 10272 44. Patch'd. Man is but a patch'd fool, if he will offer to say what methought I had

Midf, Night's Dream. 41 11 1912 15 explained

Twelfib Night. 1 5 311 1 2 with foul moles and high offending marks

K. J br.311

39612115 You patch'd up your excuses

Ant. and Cleop12 77412 54 Patchery. Know his gross patchery

Tim. of Albens. 51 21 826217 Here is such patchery, such juggling, and such knavery Troilus and Creffida. |2 31 869134 Pate. Pass for pate

Temp f. 41

18 2 There is either liquor in his pate, or money in his purse, when he looks so merrily

Merry Wives of Windsor. 12

531144 If I return, I shall be post indeed, for the will score your fault upon my pate

Comedy of Errors.1 1051148
Back, Nave, or I will break thy pate across

Ibid. 2
Break any thing here, and I'll break your knave's pate

Ibid. 3
Fat paunches make lean pates

Love's Labor LA." 1472
And through the instrument my pate made way

Taming of obe Sbriw. 2 1 2612 Was this taken by any understanding pate but thine

Winter's Tale. 1

21 3361157 A curld pate will grow bald

Henry v.15

2 5392123 Crop away that factious pate of his

2 Henry vi. 51 To melt the city leads upon your pates

Coriolanus. 41 6 73112 20 You have broke his pate with your bowl

Cymbeline 12

Il 901137 This might be the pate of a politician, which this als now o'er-reaches Hamler. 5 T/1034 1 26 My invention comes from my pate

Obcllo. 2

1 1052 132 Patent. By his authority he remains here, which he thinks is a patent for his fauciness

All's Well. 41 51 3011 1 If you are so fond over her iniquity, give her patent to offend

Orbells. 4) 11067144 Path. Go, tread the path that thou shalt ne'er return

Ricbard u. I 1 6342156 For if thou path thy native semblance on

Julius Cæjar. 2 17472120 Parb-way. In suffering thus thy brother to be Naughter'd, thou Mew'st the naked path-way to thy life

Ricbard 1.1 214152146 Parbetical. I will think you the most pathetical break promise

As You Like II.4 12431150 Patience says, it is past her cure

Tempefl. 51 2002/18
Content, the sovereign aid of patience

Ibid. 51 1
My patience, more than thy desert, is privilege for thy departure hence TwoG.of Ver. 31 1

34/2/43 Shew your wisdom, daugiiter, in your close patience

Meas. for Meas: 43

96 2114 Fool-begg'd patience

Comedy of Errors. 2
God give me patience

Much Ado About Nob. 2/ 3/ 1302/11
Bring me a father who fo lov'd his child, whore joy of her is overwhelm'd like
mine, and bid him speak of patience

Ibid. 51 1 141126 Bring him yet to me, and I of him will gather patience

Ibid. 5

Il 14138 'Tis all men's office to speak patience to those, that wring under the load of forrow,

Ibid. 5.1 1411 46 · We will not wake your patience

Ibid. 5 14223 I know not how to pray your patience, yet I must speak

Ibid. 51 1 143223 I have as little patience as another man; and therefore I can be quiet Love's L. LAI 21 15112139 Malter Muftard-feed, I know your patience well

Midf. Nigbe's Dr. 31: 1851-12 Thou driv'it me past the bounds of maiden's patience

Ibid. 3) 2 1851231 Her very filence, and her patience, speak to the people, and they pity lier As r. L. I. 1 3 2284153 herself would startle at this letter, and play the swaggerer

Ibid. 41 3 24312 57 For patience the will prove a second Griffel

Taming of tbe Sbrew. (2

1 2622132 Think upon patience

All's Well.32 29111 She sat like Patience on a monument, smiling at grief

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A. 3. P. C. La Partence. Take your own patience to you, and I'll say nothing

Winter's Tale./31 21 34611129 Oh, patience ; the statue is but newly fix'd, the colour's not dry

Ibid. 51 31 36112163 Do you find your patience so predominant in your nature, that you can let this go

Macbeth.31 1 3731230 Yet can I not of such tame patience boaft

Ricbard ii. 1 14141133 - Call it noe patience, Gaunt, it is despair

Ibid. 1 2 41512145 That which in mean men we entitle patience, is pale cold cowardice in noble breasts

Ibid. I 21 413249 And prick my tender patience to those thoughts, which honour and allegiance cannot think

Ibid. 2 11 4211233 is stale, and I am weary of it

Ibid. 31 51 439|1150 * You knew I was at your back; and spoke it on purpose to try my patience 2 H. iv. 21 41 487 116 Though patience be a tir’d mare, yet Me will plod

Henry v. 2 1 514 2 24 is for poltroons

3 Henry vi. I

1 604145 With patience calm thy storm

Ibid. 3 31 619|225 By your patience, I may not suffer you to visit them

Ricbard iii. 4 1 656151 D. P.

Henry viii. And, sweetly, in all the rest Mew'd a most noble patience

Ibid. 12

1 6797149 - I laugh'd him out of patience; and that night I laugh'd him into patience

Ant. and Cleo.2 / 51 7772123 is rottinn

Ibid. 4 13 797214 herself what goddess e'er the be, doth lesser blench at sufferance than I do Tr. and Cr. 1 Il 858/1/22 - Hector, whose patience is as a virtue, fix'd, to-day was mov'd

Ibid. 1 2 859 '14 There is between my will and all offences a guard of patience

Ibid. 5) 2 8852155 - Have I hurt him ?--No faith, not so much as his patience

Cymbeline. 1 3 896 2/26 Quite besides the government of patience

Ibid. 21 41 90512150 and sorrow strove who should express her goodliest

Lear.4) 31 955137 perforce, with wilful choler meeting, makes my flesh tremble in their different greeting

Rom. and Juliet. 1 5 974 229 But he bears both the sentence and the sorrow, that to pay grief, muft of poor patience borrow

Orbello. 3/10491/44 How poor are they, that have not patience

Ibid. 21 3105812 13 - I should have found in some place of my soul a drop of patience

Ibid. 41 210701251 , thou young and rose-lipp'd cherubim

Ibid.4) 211071110 Patient as a gentle stream

Two Gent. of Verona. 27 322 50 - I will procure-a you de good guest, de earle, de knight, de lords, de gentlemen, my patients

Merry W. of Windfor. 2 3 $72 139 Sit, my preferver, by thy patient's fide

All's Well.2 32861 37 Therein the patient must minister to himself

Macbetb. s338412 26 - Were I as patient as the midnight Reep, by Jove, 'twould be my mind Coriolanus.31 : 7201110 yourself

Titus 21 83212152 Patricians. I tell you, friends, most charitable care have the patricians of you Coriolanus. 1 704 120 Where great patricians Thall attend, and thrug, i' the end, admire

Ibid.19 710 23 Patrick. Friar Patrick's cell

Two Gent. of Verona. 41 3 401136 By St. Patrick

Hamlet. 11 S10081131 Patrimony. I pray you stand good father to me now, give me Bianca for my patrimony

Tam. of the Shrew. 41 41 2721115 Patroclus, D.P.

Trois and Cref. Patron. And will repute you ever the patron of my life and liberty Tam.of ibe Sbrew.41 2 270 1150 As my great patron thought on in my prayers 1 9302 50 Pattens. Look, how the floor of heaven is thick inlay'd with pattens of bright gold

Merchant of Venice. 51 1 219|2|37 Pattern. Let mine own judgment pattern out my death

Meas. for Meas: 2 in myself to know, grace to stand and virtue go

Ibid. 3 2

92221 Which is more than history can pattern, though devis'd and play'd to take spectators

Winter's Tale. 31 21 344157 By the pattern of mine own thoughts I cut out the purity of his

Ibid. 41 31 3531154 Behold th s pattern of thy butcheries

Richard in. I 2 635 2154 Pattend by that the poet here describes

Titus Andronicus. 41 18452 14 Pauca verba

Merry W. of Wind. i

4612144 You Mall not say me nay, pauca verba

Love's Lab. Loft. 41 21 160 150 Paucas pallabris : let the world side, Sessa!

Induc. to Tam, of obe Shrew. 1 251122 Pavilion'd. Whose hearts have left their bodies here in England, and lie pavilion'd in the fields of France

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