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Releni. 'Tis cowardly, and womanith. Not to relent is beastly, lavage, devilish

A, S. F Relicks. Now he's gone, and my idolatrous fancy must fan&tify his relicks

R.ü.f1| 41 64 The nature of his great offence is dead, and deeper than oblivion we do bury the

Ail's Well.1 1 27 incenfing relicks of it - Great men shall press for tin&tures, stains, relicks, and cognisance

Ibid. 5) 3) 303 Relief Away for your relief

7. Cafar. 12

759 My relief must not be toss'd and turn’d to me in words

2 Henry vi. 51 2 бо: Religion. In religion, what damnd error, but some fober brow will bless it, and approve

Tim. of Albens. 121 1 805 it with a text It is religion, that doth make vows kept

Mercb. of Venice. 3) 2) 210

K. Jobn. 3/ 1 398 I see you have some religion in you that you fear When the devout religion of mine eye maintains such fallhood, then turn tears to

Cymbeline. 15 897 fires

Rumeo and Juliet. I 2) 970 And sweet religion makes a rhapsody of words

Hamler. 31 4 1024 Relinquished. To be relinquishod of the artists

All's Well. 21 31 285 Rcliques. Shall we go see the reliques of this town

Twelftb Night. 3 3 322 Relisb. I do not relith well their loud applause

Meal for Meal 11 There's not a soldier of us all, that in the thanksgiving before meat doth relish the petition well that prays for peace

Ibid.lt

7812 I begin to relish thy advice

Troi. and Credili

3 865/2 The imaginary relish is so sweet that it enchants my sense

2] 872/2 You may relish him more in the soldier, than in the scholar

Orbello. 2 11053/1 Relumine. I know not where is that Promethean heat, that can thy light relumine 16. 5) 2107512 Remain. And thou shalt still remain the Duke of York

3 Henry vi. 5 1 62811 Let's fetch him off, or make remain alike

Coriolanus.lt

41 708/2 I hope, it remains not unkindly with your lordship

Tim. of Arbens. 31 6 817/2/ Remainders. The gods protect you! and bless the good remainders of the court Cym. (1) 2 89412 Remediate. Be aidant and remediate in the good man's distress

Lear. 4) 41 9551215 Romedy. If not a present remedy

Mu. Ado About Notb. 1 3 124/24 Our remedies oft in our felves do lie, which we ascribe to heaven All's Well. 1 127912 Things without remedy should be without regard

Macbeth. 2 374/2/ Both our remedies within thy help and holy phyfick lies Romeo and Juliet. 2

31 977|2|40 When remedies are past, the griefs are ended

Orbello. 1 3 10491135 Reviember. I'll not remember you of my own Lord, who is loft too Winter's Tale. 3 2 3461 28 Briefly thy self remember

Lear. 41 69591/36 Remember'd. You being then, if you be remember'd, cracking the stones of the forefaid prunes

Meas. for Meas:12

81114 Remembrance. This Lord of weak remembrance

Tempeft. 21 912117 Point of remembrance

Ibid.
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2012.15 Take some remembrance of us for a tribute, not as a fee Mercb. of Venice.14/ 7 218|1/60

2 28011/30 His good remembrance, fir, lies richer in your thoughts, than on his tomb All's Well. i By our remembrances of days foregone, such were our faults

Ibid. 1) 3/ 281|2|49 Myremembrance is very free and clear from any image of offence done to any man T. N. 31 4 324/2/43 Grace and remembrance be to you both, and welcome to our hearing Wi's Tale. 4) 3) 350/23 To rain upon remembrance with mine eyos

2 Henry iv. 2/ 3/ 483/26

Ibid. With this remembrance

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Awake remembrance of these valiant dead
And the remeinbrances of her, to hold the hand fast to her lord Cymbeline. I

61 898/2/48 - Whose remembrance yet lives in men's eyes : and will to cars and tongues, her theme, and hearing ever

Cymbeline. 31906-133 I have remembrances of yours, that I have longed long to re-deliver Hamlet. 31 1101712/16

i Henry vi. 562|1|34 Remiss. That thus we die while remiss traitors Sleep

Hamlet. 4. 7|10322/23 He, being remiss, most generous, and free from all contriving

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A. S. P. C. L. Romcrfe. Without any mitigation or remorse of voice

Twelfth Nigbta121 31 315)1146 Stop the access and passage to remorse

Macbetb.: s 367 1/18 The vileft stroke that ever wall-ey'd wrath, or staring rage, presentod to the tears of soft remorse

King Jobn4 31 40618 What says monsieur Remorse

i Henry iv. 1

2 444133 I feel remorse in myself with his words; but I'll bridle it

2 Henry vi. 41 7 5962137 And gentle, kind, effeminate remorse

Ricbard iii. 37 65512 57 The abuse of greatness is, when it disjoins remorse from power

7. Cæfar.12

1 747111 4 Abandon all remorse

Otbeilo. 31 3 1063222 To obey Thall be in me remorse, what bloody work foever

Ibid.31 3 1064 2.14 Remorseful

Two Gent. of Verona. 41 3 4011 4 day

2 Henry vi. 41 5911132 Remotion. All thy safety were remotion

Tim. of Athens.41 31 823 57 This act persuades me that this remotion of the Duke and her is practice only Lear. 2 4 943255 Remove. In our remove be thou at full ourself

Meaf. for Meal." 76128 Shall your loves woo contrary, deceived by these removes Love's Lab. LOA. 5 2 267 140 Here's a petition from a Florentine, who hath for four or five removes, come thort

All's Well.5 31 30312 39 to tender it herself

Curiolanus.
If they set down before us, for the remove bring up your army

2 7061229 Remov'd. How I have ever lov'd the life remov'd

Meas. for Meal! 4 78/2 14 Your accent is something finer than you can purchase in so removed a dwelling

As You Like It. 3 2 237 2124 house

Winter's Tale. 5 2 3602157 Removedness. So far, that I have eyes under my service, which look upon his removedness

Ibid.41 1348)1144 Remunerate. Yes, and will nobly him remunerate

Titus Andronicus. 1 2 8351166 Remunerationi-explained by Costard

Love's Lab. Loft. 31 1156129 Let not virtue seek remuneration for the thing it was

Troil. and Cr] 3 3 876139 Rend. Sleep and snore, and rend apparel out

Mer. of Venice. 2 51 2051134 To rend our own foldiers

All's Well. 31 6 294 1 2 They suppos’d, I could rend bars of steel, and spurn in pieces posts of adamant i H.vi. 4. 5482 14 We must not rend our subjects from our laws, and stick them in our will Hen. viii. 1

21 6751152

Much Ado Ab. Norb. 41 11 1371153 And he did render him the

most unnatural that liv'd mongft men As You Like It. 4) 3 2442 52° Which I presume will render you no blame

All's Well. 51 11 3012150 May it please your majesty, to give us leave freely to render what we have in charge

Henry v. 1 2 513125 Let each man render me his bloody hand

Julius Cæsar. 3) 1 753 2 55 To Cæfar will I render my legions, and my horse

Ant. and Cleop. 31 8 78612 46 And sends forth us, to make their sorrowed render

Tim. of Arbens. | 31 827132 To satisfy, if of my freedom 'tis the main part, take no ftriéter render of me, than

Cymbeline. 5 4921258 Newness of Cloten's death (we being not known, nor muster'd among the bands) may drive us to a render where we have liv'd

Ibid 41 41 919/2128 My boon is, that this gentleman may render of whom he had this ring

Ibid. 51 51 925/1127 Render up. My hour is almost come, when I to fulphurous and tormenting flames munt render up myself

Hamlet. 1 5 100642 45 Render'd. The castle gently render'd

Macbetb. 517 386 1 13 A gentleman well bred, and of good name, that freely render'd me these news for true

2 Henry iv. I 11 474 1 28 And public reasons Mall be rendered of Cæsar's death

Julius Cafar.|31 275517 Rendezvous. That is my rest, that is the rendezvous of it

Henry v. 2 1 514|216 Renegado. A very renegado

Twelfth Night. 3 21 322112 Reneges all temper

Ani, and Cleop. Renege, affirm, and turn their halcyon beaks, to every gale and vary of their master Lear.21 2 941 1138 Rerew. Therefore Mall he die, and I'll renew me in his fall

Coriolanus. 5 5 738144 Would you renew me with your eyes

Cymbelipe.|31 2 907|2 22 Renouncement. By your renouncement, and immortal spirit

Meas. for Measat 5

7911/46 Renown. So I am driven, by breath of her renown, either to suffer thipwreck H. vi.

61 569 150 Stay we no longer dreaming of renown

3 Henry vi.

1611135 By wounding her belief in her renown with tokens thus and thus Cymbeline. 55 9252 42 Rent off thy filver hair

Titus Andronicus. 3 843 253 Repair me with thy presence

Two Gent. of Verona. 5. 4. 431135 - But only a repair i' the dark

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Repair. It much repairs me to talk of your good father

All's Well.
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Winter's Talc. 51 358|1|12
That we could hear no news of his repair

3 Henry vi. 5) 1 628118
I'll repair the m sery thou doft bear, with something rich about me

Lear. 41 11 95312139
I will forestall their repair hither

Hamlet. 5) 210392)29
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0:bello. 31 2 10591148
Repast. Get me some repast; I care not what, so it be wholesome food Tum. of the Sbr 141 31 2701213
Repaffure. Food for his rage, reparture for his den
Repeals. The banished Bolingbroke repeals himself

I'll pour this pestilence into his ear,—that she repeals him for her body's luft Orbello. 2) 310581) 33
Repeald. These differences Mall all rest under gage, till Norfolk be repeald: repeal'd
he shall be

Ricbard i :. 4

1 432\56 Repent. It my wind were but long enough to say my prayers, I would repent M.W.of w.41 51 69(2/27 I never did repent for doing good, nor shall not now

Mer. of Ven. 31 41 213420
O thou tyrant! do not repent these things

Winter's Tale. 3 21 346 3
All faults I make, when I Mall come to know them, I do repent

Ibid.31 2 3461|18
Well I'll repent, and that suddenly, while I am in some liking

i Henry iv. 3) 3) 461226 at idle times as thou may'st

2 Herry iv. 2 21 482 2 2
Take thou the fee, and tell him what I say; for I repent me that the Duke is slain

Richard ii. 41 6432/53
Must I repent? I cannot do it better than in gyves

Cymbeline. 51 4921255
Repentance. Who by repentance is not satisfy’d, is not of heaven, nor earth Two G. of Ver

. 5) 4) Mu. Ado Abt. Norb.2! I

432150 Then comes repentance, with his bad legs

126 1125 Try what repentance can: what can it not ? yet what can it, when one cannot repent Reperited the ills she hatch'd were not effected

Cymbeline. 5) 5) 924152 Repetition. The repetition in a woman's ear, would murder as it fell

As You Like I.51 4 245 2/24 Reply-churlifb. Report goes

Merry W. of Windf. 3

497144 Who falling in the flower of her own youth, hath blister'd her report

M. for M.2 Volumes of report

931/47 If my gossip Report be an honest woman of her word

Tam, of the Sbrew. 2 - And now I find report a very liar

1 262 These wife men, that give fools money, get themselves a good report after fourteen

Twelfth Night. 4 1 326 2143 - That which I Mall report, will bear no credit, were not the proof so nighw. Tales 1

35911165 I see report is fabulous and false

i Henry vi. 2 31 55112144 That man i’ the world, who fall report he has a better wife, let him in nought be trusted

Henry vi. 2 41 685111,5 Had he died in the business—then his good report would have been my ron

3 707 11 My mind gave me, his clothes made a false report of him

5 7292143 — 'Twas a contention in publick, which may, without contradiction, suffer the report

Cymbelin. 1

5897111 Thou wrong'ít a gentleman, who is as far from thy report, as thou from honour Ibid. I

7 900211 There's gold for you; fell me your good report

3 903116 Never saw I figures so likely to report themselves

41 905111 And my report was once first with the best of note

31 9082 - should render him hourly to your ear

41 94012 And am right forry, that I must report ye my master's enemy Thou wrong'st it more than tears, with that report

9901 me and my cause aright to the unsatisfied

2 104111 All my reports go with the modest truth; not more, nor clipt, but fo Reportingly. Believe it better than reportingly

132/2 Repose. The fofter nurse of nature is repose

41 95512 Riprchend. I myself reprehend his own person

1491 Reprisal . I am on fire, to hear this rich reprisal is so nigli, and yet not ours

46511 Roproach. Is it not Hero? Who can blot that name with any just reproach M. Ado A.N.

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1 Henry iv.1 21 4442157 Reproof. In the reproof of this lies the jest - Those enemies of Timou's, and mine own, whom you yourselves Mall set out for

Timon of Arbens. 51 € 829 120 reproof, fall, and no more

M. Ado Ab. Norb. 2

31 13121 Reprove. 'Tis so, I cannot reprove it

Lear.131 51 94912 49 Reprovable. A provoking merit, set a-work by a reprovable badness in himself

i Henry vi 14

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Comedy of Errors.15
Reputation. Of very reverent reputation

Two Gent. of Verona. 1 3

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M. Ado Ab. Notb. 4 i 13911156 You may conceal her (as best befits her wounded reputation)

All's Well 317) 29412 28 And would not put my reputation now in any staining act

Ibid. 5) 31 3041130
Your reputation comes too short for my daughter

2 3381
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The purest treasure mortal times afford isspotless reputation, that away, men

Ricbard i. 1
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Wherein thou lieft in reputation fick
But answer in the effect of your reputation, and satisfy the poor woman 2 Henry iv. 2 1 48012135
I have offended reputation

Ant. and Cleop. 31 9 787 155

Timon of Albens. 3 5 8161158 Seeing his reputation touch'd to death, he did oppose his foe - I have left the immortal part, fir, of myself, and what remains is bestial.-My reputation, lago, my reputation

Otbello. 2 31057 1153 is an idle and most false impofition; oft got without merit, and loft without deserving

Ibid.21 31057 158 Repuse. In my conscience do repute his grace the rightful heir to England's royal seat

2 Henry vi.si 600 260 Reputing. Yet, by reputing of his high defcent

1 583248 Requeft. 'Tis in request, I can tell you

Winter's Tale. 4) 3 3522 5 At your request, my father will grant precious things, as trifes

Ibid. 5 21 35912151 His great opposer Coriolanus being in no request in his country

Coriolanus. 41 31 7272151
Things small as nothing, but for request's sake only, he makes important Tr. & Cr. 21 31 8701123

Or came it by request, and such fair question as soul to foul affordeth Orbello. Il 31048126
Requiem. We should profane the service of the dead, to sing a requiem Hamler. 5) 110352155
Require. He will require them, as if he did contemn what he requested should be in them
to give

Cori lanus. 2

21 716/1/52 Requiring. Answer his requiring with a plausible obedience

Meas. for Mea. 13

892132 Requital. I profess requital to a hair's breadth

Merry W. of Windfor. 42

652112 You do so grow in my requital, as nothing can unroot you

all's Will. 5

301 145 To make a more requital to your love

K. John.2

39012154 Rescue. I am thy prisoner, wilt thou suffer them to make a rescue Comedy of Errors.14 those breathing lives to die in beds

King John.12

2 39412) 5 Good people, bring a rescue or two.-Thou wo't, wo't thou .

2 Henry joy. 2

1 48011 8 Resemblance. What likelihood is in that?--not a resemblance, but a certainty M. for A1.7

95145 Rejemble as much as an apple doth an oyster, and all one

Tam. of the Shrerv.14 21 2701137
Rejembled. Had he not resembled my father as he slept, I had done't

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I most unfeignedly beseech your lordship to make some reservation of your wrongs Ib. 12 31 288121

31 282223 Refign. He bids you then resign your crown and kingdom Refift

. I see a woman may be made a fool, if she had not spirit to refift Rejolves. How yet refolves the governor of the town

T.of ihe Sbr. 3 21 266 2 44 May it please your highness to resolve me now

Henry υ.

3 31 5212 43 - yourself for more amazement

3 Henry vi. 3 2 617213 O, that this too too folid Aleth would melt, thaw, and resolve itself into a dew

Winter's Tale
Resolv’d. I am resolv'd that Clifford's manhood lies upon his tongue

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2110022 45 Ah, that thy father had been so resolv'd

3 Henry vi. 612 2 24 And be resolv'd how Cæsar hath deserv'd to lie in death

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Timer of Atbers.] 미 80기 9 Respects. What should it be that he respects in her, but I can make tespective in myself

Two Gent. of Verona. 41 3 I would have dafi'd all other respects

Mucb Ado Ab. Notb.21 31 130 231 - You have too much respect upon the world, they lose it that do buy it with much care

Mercbant of Venice.

11981133 - And therefore loft that title of respe& which the proud soul ne'er pays but to the proud

i Henry iv.1 31 445140 For the gain propos'd choak’d the respect of likely peril fear'd 2 Henry iv.:

Il 4751220 - This argues conscience in your grace; but the respeets thereof are nice and trivial

Ricbard ii. 3 7 6552 za Thou art a fellow of a good respect

7. Cæfar.1515) 76511136 He doth deny him, in respect of his, what charitable men afford to beggars T.of Atb.31 21 814 125 - And never learn'd the icy precepts of respect

Ibid. 41 31 822 21:2 You know me dutiful; therefore, dear fir, let me not fame respect Troi. and Cr. 5/ 3] 888:24 Since that respects of fortune are his love, I shall not be his wife

Lear. 1

1 932 11 7 'Tis worse than murder, to do upon respect such violent outrage

Ibid. 21 4 94313 - There's the respect, that makes calamity of so long life

Hamlet. 31 11017145 of thrift

Ibid. 3) 210202111 Refpifted. First, an it please you, the house is a respected house, next this is a respected fellow, and his mistress a respected woman

Meas. for Meal: 2 1

81216 Respective. Though not for me, yet for your vehement oaths, you should have been respective

Merchant of Venice. 5) 1 2202 23 - lenity

Romeo and Juliet. 3 1 9822 55 Respectively. You are very respectively welcome, fir

Timun of Atbers. 3) 1 812 248 Refpice finem.

Comedy of Errers. 4 4 1152) 9 Respite. This, this All-Souls' day to my fearful soul, is the determined respite of my

Ricbard i. 5) 1 6651 24 wrongs - This respite Mook the bosom of my conscience

Henry viii. 214 €852 30 Responsive. Very responsive to the hilts

Hamlet. 5) 21039 11 4 Ref as wretches have o’ernight that wait for execution in the morn Two G. of Ver.22 39/2136

I have set up my rest to run away, so I will not reft ’till I have some ground Mof V.2 2 203 21: No reft be interposer 'twixt us twain

Ibid.32 21212 22 To whom we all rest generally beholden

Tam.of tbe Sbrer. 2 259 255 Why then the beef, and let the mustard rest

Ibid.4 s 27012 25 What I can do, can do po hurt to try, since you set up your rest 'gainst remedy A.W.2 1 284/1.49 I most jocund, apt, and willingly to do you rest, a thousand deaths would die T. N.5 330 113 If what in rest you have, in right you hold

King Jobr. 4 2 403315 Here let us reft, if this rebellious earth have any resting for her true king's queen

Richard ii. 5/ 1434 53 - Left rest and lying still, might make them look too near into my state 2 Henry iv. 4 4 500 27 And now there rests no other Mist but this

i Henry vi. 21 5511 5 We are too bold upon your rest

Jul. Cæfar. 21 1 74712 25 In peace and honour rest you here, my sons

Tirus Andronicus. 1 21 833 124 I lov'd her most, and thought to fet my reft on her kind nursery

Lear. I

29 Execution of the rest, beloved sons, be your's

Ibid. 1

1 9302.44 He hath put himself from rest, and must needs taste his folly

Ibid.2 4 9451241 The county Paris hath set up his reft, that you Thall rest but little

Rom. and Jul.41 5 992|159 - O here will I set up my everlasting rest

Ibid. 5 3 996 110 You reft here in our court some little time

Hamlet. 2 2 10101 29 Reff you fair, good Signior

Mer.of Venice. 3 2002 58 Reafiem. And now they do re-stem their backward course

Ot bello. | 31047150 Refful English court

Richard i. 4 1 43111160 Restoration, hang thy medicine on my lips

Lear.4 71 960|1|3a Reforative. I will kiss thy lips; haply, some poison yet doth hang on them, to make me die with a restorative

Romeo and Julia. 51 31 996221 Reftrained. To put metal in restrained means to make a false one Meas. for Meas.2 41 8512129 Refreint. For the fifth Harry from curb'd licence plucks the muzzle of restraint 2 Hen.iv.4) 4 500 116 Refly noth

Cymbeline. 31 6 913 33 Retail d. Truth Mould live from age to age, as 'twere retaild to all pofterity Ricb. m. 31 649|1|3 Re-tell thee again and again

Orbelio.11 310501213 Retention. Sir, I thought it fit to send the old and miserable king to some retention Lear. 5 3 962 237 Ruantive. Have I been ever free, and must my house be my retentive enemy, my jail

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