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A.S. P Stall this in your bosom

All's Well.] 1) 3 2 We could not stall together in the whole world

Ant. and Cleop. Staild. And see another, as I see thee now, deck'd in thy rights, as thou art falla in

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3 6 Stammer. I would thou could'nt stammer

As You Like It.(31 2:2 Stamos. As the event stamps them

M. Ado Ab. Nob. 1 He has the stamp of Marcius

Coriolanus.[116 'Tween man and man, they weigh not every stamp

Cymbeline. 5)
This is he, who hath upon him still that natural ftamp
Stamp'd. That most venerable man, which I did call my father, was I know not where

when I was stamp'd
Stamped coin. But we pay them for it with stamped coin, not stabbing steel

W.Tale.(413
Stancb. Let my tears ftanch the earth's dry appetite

Titus Andronicus. 3) I Stand not to discourse, but mount you presently

Two Gent. of Verona. 51 2 I stand wholly for you

M.W. of Windswr. 3) 2 Consider how it stands upon my credit

Comedy of Errors. 4 1
You are to bid any man stand in the Prince's name

Mu. Ado Ab. Nob. 3) 3
If he will not stand when he is bidden, he is none of the Prince's subjects
I hope this reason stands for my excuse

Induc. to Tam. of the Sbrew. Nor thou cam 'It not of the blood royal, if thou dar'ft not stand for ten thillings i Hiv.. — And when they 1tand against you, may they fall

2 Henry iv. 41 4 For it stands me much upon, to ftop all hopes, whose growth may damage me K. u. 2 It stands agreed

Henry vii. 5 If it may stand with the tune of your voices

Coriolanus.23 It orly stands our lives upon, to use our strongest hands

Ant. and Cl op.12 - Troilus will stand to the proof, if you'll prove it so

Troil. and Craft
That thou may'st stand, to enjoy thy banith'd Lord, and this great land

Cymbeline 21
Yield up their deer to the stand o' the stealer
Me they shall feel, whilft I am able to stand

Rom. and Juliet. an you be a man : for Juliet's sake, for her fake, rise and stand

Nor stands it safe with us to let his madness range
Stands off. 'Tis so strange, that, though the truth of it stands off as gross as black from
white, my eye will scarcely see it

Henry s. 12
Standard. He's no standard

Tempeft.312 Advance your standards, draw your willing swords

Ricbard 1.151 3 Standing. The danger is in standing to't; that's the loss of men, though it be the get

All's Well.3 2 ting of children How this grace speaks his own standing

Timon of Aibens. 1 Standing water. 'Tis with him e'en standing water, between boy and man

Tw. Night. 5

Ricbard ül Stanley, Lord. D.P.

Sir William

George. After the battle, let George Stanley die
Stannyel.

And with what wing the stannyel checks at it
Stape. He draweth out the thread of his verbolity finer than the staple of his argu-
Star. Auspicious star

Wilt thou reach stars, because they shine on thee
Look, the unfolding star calls up the shepherd
There was a star danc'd, and under that I was born
An you be not turned Turk, there's no more failing by the star
Certain stars shot madly from their spheres, to hear the sea-maid's musick M.N.Dr: 3
Than all the fiery o's and eyes of light
By these blessed candles of the night
It were all one, that I should love a bright particular star, and think to wed it A. Weil
You were born under a charitable star
Eat, speak, ard move under the influence of the most received star
My stars thine darkly over me
In my stars I am above thee; but be not afraid of greatness
Nine changes of the wat‘ry ftar hath been the shepherd's note
The stars, I see, will kiss the valleys first

hide your fires ! let pot light see my black and deep desires
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1 Henry vii] 544 145 Ster. A far more glorious star thy soul will make than Julius Casar What low'ring star now envies thy eitate

2 Henry vi. 31 1 5851138

3 Herry vi. 66252118 Few men rightly temper with the stars

Richard iii. 2 2 646144
All of us have cause to wail the dimming of our shining star
At their birth good stars were opposite

Ibid. 41 41 6611 51
These are stars, and, sometimes, falling ones

Henry viii. 41 11 6932 45 The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings

Julius Cæfar. 1 2 743211

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I cannot by the progress of the stars, give guess how near to day

11 746 1156 Let all the number of the stars give light to thy fair way

Ant. and Cleop. 13 2 7831116 My good stars, that were my former guides, have empty left their orbs, and thot their fires into the abism of hell

Ibid.311 789 2 46 The star is fallen

Ibid. 4112 796117 Was't not a happy ftar led us to Rome

Titus Andronicus. 41

2 846 2126 By the burning tapers of the sky

2 847 1131 By all Diana's waiting women yonder

Troil, and Cred: 5 2 886144 They are worthy to inlay heaven with stars

Cymbeline. 5 5 927 1:48 The reason why the seven stars are no more than seven, is a pretty reason Lear.11 5 9381236 The stars above us govern our conditions

Ibid. 41 31 9551158 Earth treading stars that make dark heaven light

Romeo and Juliet. 1

2 97011136 Two of the faireit Itars in all the heaven, having some business, do intreat her eyes to twinkle in their spheres, till they return

Ibid. 2

2 975 215 Give me my Romeo: and when he thall die, take him and cut him out in little stars Ib. 3) 2 983255 And thake the yoke of inauspicious stars from this world-wearied flesh Ibid.15! 31 995 III Ihone with trains of fire

Hamlet. I 110002 47 Whose phrase of sorrow conjures the wandering stars

Ibid. 5 11036 1 24 Star-blasting. Bless thee from whirlwinds, ftar-blasting, and taking

Lear. 31 41 948127
Star-chamber. I will make a star-chamber matter of it

Merry Wives of Wind. 1
Star-crol. A pair of star-croft lovers take their life

Prol. 10 Rom. and Juliet.
Star-like. Whose star-like nobleness gave life and influence to their whole being T.of A. 5 2 826731
Starchy. The lady of the starchy married the yeoman of the wardrobe Tw. Nigbr.2

5 318/112 Stare. Strange ftare

Tempeft. 331 15255 What is in thy mind, that makes thee stare thus

Cymbeline. 31 4909142
Nay, stare not, master; it is true, indeed

Oibello. 5 2 1078 1113
Staring full ghaftly, like a strangled man
Mortal staring war

2 Herry vi. 3 2 58826

Richard u. 51 3 666 218
Stark, as you fee; thus smiling, as some fly had tickled Number, not as death's dart Cy. 4 2 9162457
Starkiy. As fast lock'd in Neep as guiltless labour when it lies starkly in the traveller's

bones
Starling. I'll have a starling shall be taught to speak nothing but Mortimer

Meas. for Meas:14 2 94126

i Henry iv. 1 31 447 134 Start. How if your husband start some other where

Winter's Talc.3) 2 3451

Comedy of Errors.12 1061 22
I have felt so many quirks of joy and grief, that the first face of neither, on the fart,
can woman me unto't
Seven of my people, with an obedient start, make out for him

All's Well. 31 2 29114
Mangling by starts the full course of their glory

Twelfth Nigbr. 21 5 318-31 When I start, the envious people laugh

Henry v. 51ch 541 2 32

2 Henry vi. 21 41 582 2116 Brutus will start a spirit as soon as Cæsar

Henry viii. 31 2 689 2 18 By starts his fretted fortunes give him hope and fear

Julius Cæjar. 1 27432117 One cannot speak a word, but it straight starts you

Ant. and Cleop.410 794"} Such unconftant starts are we like to have from hiin

Troil. and Cref 5 2 886-156

Lear. I Il 93212114

Hamlet. 41 71033217 Start-up. That young start-up hath all the glory of my overthrow

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Midf. Night's Dream. If I hang, old Sir John hangs with me; and thou know'ft he's no starveling 1H. 10.2

Ibid. 2 Starverb. Need and oppression starveth in thine eyes

Rom. and Juliet. 51 State. Acquaint her with the danger of my state

Meal. for Meaf. - So portent-like would I o'ersway his state, that he should be my fool, and I his fate

Love's Lab. LA.5) That were my state far worfer than it is, I would not wed her for a mine of gold

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 11 Of the revolt, the newest state

Macbeth.1 They'll talk of state; for every one doth fo against a change

Richard it.l31 Thy itate is taken for a joint-stool

1 Henry in. 2 And so my state, seldom, but sumptuous, shewed like a feast verso Thus ftands my state, 'twixt Cade and York distress'd

2 Henry vi./4) By my state I swear to thee

3 Henry vi. 3 My state now but will mock me

Henry vir. 20 And mighty itates characterless are grated to dusty nothing

Troi. and Cred 3 * For my itate stands on me to defend, not to debate Go hence, good night :--and here stands all your state

Rom. and Juliet. 3 State fatues. We should take root here where we fit, or fit state statues only

H. oni. I Station. She creeps; her motion and her station are as one

Ant. and Cleop. 3 Scarift. I do believe, (ftatist though I am none, nor like to be)

Cymbeline. 2 I once did hold it, as our statists do, a baseness to write fair

Hamlet. 5 Statue. Were there sense in his idolatry, my substance should be statue in thy stead

Two Gent. of Verona. 4 If you can behold it, I'll make the statue move indeed; descend, and take you' by the

Winter's Tale. 5 hand Erect his statue then, and worship it

2 Henry vi. 3 But, like dumb ftatues, or unbreathing stones, star'd on each other, and look a

Richard . 3 deadly pale She saw my statue, which, like a fountain with a hundred spouts, did run pure blood

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Midf. Nigbt's Dr. 3 Starures. She hath made compare between our statures

2 H. vi. 4 Statutes. We are like to have biting statutes, unless his teeth be pull'd out

Richard ii. 5 Staves. Look that my staves be found, and not too heavy

Amaze the welkin with your broken staves - You may as well strike at the heaven with your staves, as lift them against the

Coriolanus. 1 Roman Itate

Ant. and Cleop-12 Staunch. If I knew what hoop would hold us staunch

Macberb. 4 Stauncbless avarice

Mu. Ado About Norb. 3 Stay. It is an offence to stay a man against his will

Mercb. of Venice. 4 I stay here on my bond

As You Like It. 1 me here at home, unkept

Ibid. 1 You may stay him from his intendment

Induc, to Tam of the Sbrew. How my men will stay themselves from laughter Whatever fortune stays him from his word

Winter's Tale. 2 Thou art worthy to be hang'd, that wilt not stay her tongue Here's a stay, that takes the rotten carcase of old death out of his rags There are a crew of wretched fouls, that stay his cure

Ricbard a. I And in the falling struck me, that thought to stay him, over-board

i Henry vi. 1 Our English troops retire, I cannot stay them

2 Henry vi. Here my commission stays

Ibid. O thou that judgest all things, stay my thoughts

3 Henry vi. Now thou art gone, we have no staff, no stay

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A.S. P. C. L. Stead. If it be fo, fir, that you are the man must ftead us all Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 21 25912147 It nothing steads us to chide him from our eaves

All's Well.3) 7 29518 Had you that craft, to 'reave her of what should stead her most

Ibid. 51 31 3031149 Were you in my stead, say, could you have heard a mother less

Curiolanus. 5 3 73612153 Lo, my intercession likewise steads my foe

Rom. and Juliet.[2] 3 977 242 I could never better stead thee than now

Otbello. 1 3 10501224 Steaded much

Tempeft. 1 312137 Steal by line and level

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18 2133 Convey, the wise it call, steal

Merry W. of Wind. 1 3 49/1/20 It was a mad fantastical trick of him to steal from the state, and usurp the beggary he was never born to

Meas. for Meas: 32 901252 Bid her steal into the pleach'd bower

Mu. Ado Ab. Norb.3) 11 131.154 And steal out of your company

Ibid. 3) 3/ 134218 Certain it is, that he will teal himself into a great man's favour, and, for a week, escape a great deal of discoveries

All's Well.3 6 294 146 Still 'tis ftrange he Tould thus steal upon us

Winter's Tale. 5) 1 35812156 We steal as in a castle, cock-fure

i Henry iv. 12 1 4491119 *They will steal any thing, and call it-purchase

Henry v. 5201252 To England will I steal, and there I'll steal

Ibid.s) 5381 22 And will lie steal out of his wholsome bed

Julius Cæfar. 2 749 150 I cannot think that he would steal away so guilty-like

Otbello. 3) 3105912 43 Stealers. By these pickers and stealers

Hamlet. 31 2 1022|1| 9 Stealtb. If you like elsewhere, do it by stealth

Comedy of Errors. 3) 2

11012/25 I told him of your stealth unto this wood

Midl. Night's Dream. 3) 2 18712157 - Who, in the lusty stealth of nature, take more composition and fierce quality Lear. 1 2 9321239 Steeds. (The needful bits and curbs for headstrong steeds)

Meas. for Meaj.141

78/2/26 Mounted upon a hot and fiery steed, which his aspiring rider seem'd to know R. 1.5 2 4352 44 Threatens steed, in high and boastful neighs

Henry v.4.ch 5271 2 Hark how our steeds for present service neigh

Ibid. 2] 530146 While their wounded steeds fret fetlock deep in gore

Ibid.

5 7 5341211 The deadly-handed Clifford New my steed

2 Henry vi. 5 2 601 157 Here is the steed, we the caparisons

Coriolanus. Il 9 71012 16 Steel. Then join you with them, like a rib of steel, to make strength stronger 2 H. iv. 2 3 4832 She's as hard as steel

Two Gent. of Verona.1 1 24/249 My defire, more sharp than filed steel, did spur me forth

Twelfth Nigh.33 3221135 And with thy blessings steel my lance's point

Richard ii. 1 31 416 2161 Turn on the bloody hounds with heads of steel

i Henry vi. 41 21 561 2152 Now, York, or never, steel thy fearful thoughts

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11 5861155 If thou turn the edge, or cut not out the burly-bon'd clown in chines of beef Ibid. 4 10 598 2 47 The hope thereof makes Clifford mourn in steel

3 Henry vi. 1 604 141 - thy melting heart, to hold thine own, and leave thine own with him 3 Henry vi. 2

2 611 2136 When steel grows soft as the parasite's filk, let him be made a coverture for the wars

Coriolanus. 1 91 7102160 But metal, Marcus, steel to the very back

Titus Andronicus.141 31 848 - 1 To steel a strong opinion to themselves

Troil. and Cref: 3864/2158 As true as steel

Ibid. 3) 2 874144 His steel was in debt; it went o’the back-side of the town

Cymbeline. 1 3 8952 31 My man's as true as steel

Romeo and Juliet.2 41 9801143 Sreeled. Seldom, when the steeled gaoler is the friend of men Meas. for Meal: 4 941154 Steep. Four days will quickly steep themselves in nights Mid. Night's Dream. 1

175112 Steep'd. Yet are steep'd in favours

Cymbeline.s 41 923 2 7 in blood

Romeo and Juliet. 5! 31 9991156 me in poverty to the very lips

Othello. 4) 210702 48 Steep-dorun. Walh me in steep-down gulfs of liquid fire

Ibid.

2 107812158 Steers. Like youthful steers unyok'd, they take their course; east, west, north, south

2 Henry iv. 141 2495 2 59 - A rarer fpirit never did steer humanity

Ant. ard Cleop.14 21 7981 3 Stelled-fires. Would have buoy'd up, and quench'd the stelled fires

Lear. 3 7952 111 Stem. This is a stem of that victorious stock

Henry v. 2 41 518/2 30 + Sweet stem from York's great stock

i Henry vi. 21 5 554 1127 Step. And make a pastime of each weary step

Two Gent. of Verona. 21 7 32 2 50 And turn two mincing steps into a manly stride

Mercb. of Ven. 31 4 2131221 Step-dame, How flow this old moon wanes ! me lingers my desires, like to a step-dame

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Cymbeline 111 Stép-mo: bers. You shall not find me, daughter, after the fander of moft step-mothers 18.11 Stepbano. D. P.

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D. P. - his wonderful escape from drowning

Tempef. 131 Steril, Either have it steril with idleness, or manur'd with industry

Orbello. Sterility. Into her womb convey fterility

Lear. 1 Sterling. An if my word be fterling yet in England, let it command a mirror hither straight

Ricbard 1.4 Stern. But he, like you, would not have been so stern

Mef. for Meaj2 And fit at chiefest stern of public weal

i Henry vi. 1 Attend you here the door of our stern daughter

Cymbeline. Sterrage. Grapple your minds to fternage of this navy

Henry v.. Sterner. Will you fterner be than he that dies and lives by bloody drops

Ar. L.I.3 - Ambition mould be made of sterner stuff

Julius Cæfar. 3 Stew. I have seen corruption boil and bubble till it run o'er the stew Meas. for Meaj. - He would unto the stews; and from the common'st creature pluck a glove, and wear it as a favour

Richard 11.15 If I could get me but a wife in the stews, I were mann'd, hors'd, and wiv'd 2 Hoivili To mart as in a Romish stew

Cymbeline. 1 Steward. D. P.

All's Weil. Whilft I have gold, I'll be his steward still

Timon of Arbens. 41 - Had I a steward so true, so just, and now so comfortable

Ibid. 5 - One honest mang-mistake me not, but one; no more, I pray,--and he is a steward

Timon of Albens.15 It is the false steward, that stole his master's daughter

Hamlet. 4 Stewards-ipo Shew us the hand of God that hath dismiss d us from our stewardthip

Ricbard ii. 3

Ant, and Cleop. Stew'd in bring

Troilys and Crellida. Sodden business! there's a stew'd phrase indeed

Lear. 2
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As You Like I. I
Sticks. My father's rough and envious disposition sticks me at heart
He, that breaks a stick of Gloster's grove, Mall lose his head for his presumption

2 Henry vi.

Hamlet.15
Your skill Mall, like a stari' the darkest night, stick fiery off indeed
How have I been behar'd, that he might stick the small'it opinion on my great 'n

Orbello. 4 abuse

Macbetb.) 1
Sticking-place. Screw but your courage to the sticking-place
Stickler-like. The dragon wing of night o'erfpreads the earth, and, stickler-like, the ar-

Troil, and Cref.15 mies separates

Henry vii. 4 Stiff Such a noise arcíe, as the shrouds make at sea in a stiff tempest

Ant. and Cleop. This is ftiis news

Cym.beline. ? age How diff is my vile sense

2 Henry iv. I Stiff burne action

Hamler. 1 Stify. And you, my finews, grow not instant old, but bear me stiffly up

Meafure for Meifure. 2 Stift. You thi:ll stifle in your own report

2 Henry vi.s Srigmatic. Foul stigmatic, that's more than thou canst tell But thou art neither like thy Gre, nor dam; but like a foul mis-shapen stigmatic

3 Henry vi. 12

Com.of Errers. 4
Stigmatical in making, worse in mind
Stile, I am much deceived, but I remember the file

As You Like It.14 'Tis a boiftercus and a cruel stile, a stile for challengers

that two and fifty kingdoms hath, writes not so tedious a stile as this

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