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Abraham. O father Abraham, what these christians are

Sweet peace conduct his sweet foul to the bofom of good old Abraham

-The fons of Edward fleep in Abraham's bosom Abram. D. P.

Abridge. Staying will abridge thy life

Abridged. So we are Cæfar's friends, that have abridg'd his time of fearing death
Ful. Cafar. 31
Mid. Night Dr.5 1

Abridgment. What abridgment have you for this evening
This fierce abridgment hath to it circumstantial branches, which distinction fhould

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An abfolute gentleman

- He needs will be abfolute Milan

Abftinence. Firm abstinence

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- Look where my abridgment comes
Abroach. Alack, what mischief might he fet abroach, in shadow of such greatness
2 Henry iv.

- Who fet this ancient quarrel new abroach
Abrogate. So it fhall please you to abrogate fcurrility
Abrook. Ill can thy noble mind abrook the abject people gazing in thy face 2 Henry vi.
Abruption. What makes this pretty abruption
Abfence. I will not be absence at the grace

- The secret mischief that I set abroach, I lay unto the grievous charge of others
Richard iii. 3 6411 9
Romeo and Juliet. 1968241
Love's Labour Loft. 4 2 159136
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Troi. and Cre3
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Her husband would be abfence from his houfe

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Meaf. for Meaf. 3 1

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Cor. 45 729 225
Cymbeline 42 915241
Hamlet. 5 11034 245
Ibid. 5 210382 6
Tempest. 1 2 3133
Meaf for Meaf. I 2 78218
Love's Labour Loft. 4 3 163211
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M. W. of Wind. 4 2
K. John. 2 1 391 211

- His abfence, fir, lays blame upon his promise Abfent. An abfent argument of my revenge Abfolved. Whilft your great goodness out of holy pity abfolv'd him with an axe

Henry viii. 3

Abfolute. Be absolute for death; either death or life fhall thereby be the fweeter

Moft abfolute fir

I am abfolute, 'twas very Cloten

How abfolute the knave is

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M. W. of Wind. 1 31
M. Ado ab. Noth. 4 2

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2 Henry iv. 32 491220
Mer. of Ven. 3 201246
Richard 4 1 432212
Richard iii.43
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engenders maladies

Abstract. He hath an abstract for the remembrance of fuch places
This little abftract doth contain that large which dy'd in Geffrey
You shall find there a man who is the abstract of all faults that all men follow

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- Lend him your kind pains to find out this abufe

I fhall drive you then to confefs the wilful abuse

In thine own perfon answer thy abuse

- Did I let pafs the abufe done to my niece

- To abufe Othello's ear, that he is too familiar with his wife

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Cymbeline. 5 5 927 225
Hamlet. 2 2 1014221

Ibid. 2 2
Macbeth. 3 4
As you Like it. 3 2

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Remove your thought, it doth abuse your bosom

That there be women do abuse their husbands in fuch grofs kind

Abufed. Though all the world could fee, none could be fo abus'd in fight as he

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Ant. and Cleop.

4 771 233 Hamlet. 2 21015228 Ant. and Cleop. 5 2 801113 Abfyrtus did

2 Henry vi. 5 Troi. and Cre

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3 Lear. 4

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Meaf for Meaf 5 99233
Ibid. 5 1 100119

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2 Henry iv. 2 4 48 120 2 Henry vi. 2 1 578240 3 Henry vi. 3 3 621129 Othello. 1 3105128 Ibid. 4 2 1070 151 Ibid. 4 3 10732 4

As You Like It.35 2411 8
Cymbeline.15 897210

Ibid. 3 4 910141
Ibid. 3 4 9102 4
Lear. 2 4 9461 2
Ibid. 3 7952215
Ibid. 4

960117 Abused.

Abafed. I am mightily abus'd

- Thy face is much abus'd with tears

her delicate mouth with drugs or minerals that weaken motion 'Tis better to be much abus'd, than but to know 't a little

- The Moor's abus'd by some most villainous knave

Abafes. If these be good people in a common weal, that do nothing but ufe their abufes in common houfes, I know no law

Abutting. Whofe high upreared and abutting fronts, the perilous

afunder

- For the poor abuses of the time want countenance

Cries out upon abufes, feems to weep upon his country's wrongs
It is my nature's plague to fpy out abutes

Abufing. Here will be an old abufing of God's patience, and the King's English

Aby. Left, to thy peril, thou aby it dear

-If thou dost intend the leaft fhew of love to her, thou shalt aby it Abafm of time

Academes. They are the ground, the book, the academes
Accent. Throttle their practis'd accent in their fears

Your accent is fomething finer than you could purchase in fo removed a dwelling

He that beguiled you in a plain accent, was a plain knave

Thefe new tuners of accent!

A-cept. If you accept them, then their worth is great

Accepted. In most accepted pain

Acceffible is none but Milford way
Accidents happened

And with an accent tun'd in self fame key, returns to chiding fortune Troi. and Creff.
If but as well I other accents borrow, that can my speech diffute

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Oh! 'tis an accident that heaven itfelf provides! of hourly proof

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A. S. P. C. L. Lear.14 71 960|2| 8 Romeo and Juliet. 4 990112 Othello. 1 2 1046222 Ibid. 3 31063|1|45 Ibid. 4 21071249

Meaf. for Meaf. 2 I 8c29
I Hen. iv.

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2 444 21
Ibid 4 3 466|2|44
Othello. 3 31061114
M. W. of Wind.1 4
narrow ocean parts
Henry v.ch.
Mid. Night Dr 3 2
Ibid. 3 2
Tempeft 2
Love's Labour Left. 4 3
Mid. Night Dr. 5 1

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1862 32
1881 24
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But as the unthought-on accident is guilty to what we wildly do
Prizes of accident as oft as merit

Accite. We will accite, as I before remember'd, all our state
Accited. He by the fenate is accited home

Accites. And what accites your most worshipful thought to think fo
Accommodated. A good foldier is better accommodated than with a wife
Accomplifbed. In fuch a habit, that they shall think we are accomplished
lack

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Ibid. 22 941|2|24
Romeo and Juliet. 2 4 978212
Tam. of the Shrew. 2 1 2611
Troi. and Cre3 3 875 6
Cymbeline 3 2 908112
Tempet 51
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Ibid. 5 1
Meaf.for Meaf4 3
Much Ado About Nothing. 2
Winter's Tale. 4 3
Troilus and Cre3 3
2 Henry iv. 52
Titus Andronicus. 1 1
2 Henry iv. 22
Ibid. 3 2
with what we
Mer. of Venice. 3 4
Henry v. 4.

Acceft. Good mistress Accoft, I defire better acquaintance

is, front her, board her, woo her, aflail her Account. To make account of her life

As You Like it 3 2 237223 3 86232 Lear. 1 4 934146

Accordingly. He is very great in knowledge, and accordingly valiant Accords. [Hufbands] Are masters to their females and their Lords: will attend on their accords

Accomplishing the knights

Accomplifement. Turning the accomplishment of many years into an hour glass Henry v.1 ch.
Accord. For your fathers remembrance, be at accord

You to his love must accord, or have a woman to your lord

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You must buy that peace with full accord to all our just demands
How can I grace my talk, wanting a hand to give it that accord
Jove's accord, nothing fo full of heart

This gentle and unforc'd accord of Hamlet fits fmiling to my heart
Accordant. If he found her accordant
According. Within her scope of choice lies my confent, and fair according voice
Romeo and Juliet,
All's Well. 2
Then let your
Comedy of Errors. 2 1106115
Twelfth Night. 1 3 309113
Ibid. 1 3 309117
Much Ado About Nothing. 2 I 1261 8
Ibid. 4

140132 Merchant of Venice. 3 2 211129 Winter's Tale. 2 3 343 234

222 II

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Claudio fhall render me a dear account

- That to stand high in your account, I might in virtues, beauties, livings, friends, exceed account :

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- Sir, their speed hath been beyond account
-The princes both make high account of you, for they account his head upon the
bridge

Richard iii. 32

- When he shall come to his account, he knows not what I can urge against him. Cor.[4] 6

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A. S. P. C. L. Account. And about his shelves a beggarly account of empty boxes Romeo and Juliet.\ 9941139 No reckoning made, but fent to my account with all my imperfections on my head

Hamlet.

Accountant. Peradventure I stand accountant for as great a fin
Accurft. I am accurft to rob in that thief's company
Accufation. Be thou conftant in the accufation

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Othello. 211054149
1 Henry iv. 2 2 4491 36
Much Ado About Nothing. 2 2 1291 27

-We come, not by the way of accufation, to taint that honour every good tongue
bleffes
Henry viii 31 6871 3
Accufe. By falfe accufe doth level at my life
2 Henry vi. 31 584250
Accus'd. For as she has been publickly accus'd, so shall she have a just and open trial|
Winter's Tale. 2 3 343242
2 Henry vi. 1 3 5761 9

Accufer. My accufer is my prentice
Accufing. That he had received a thousand ducats from Don John, for accufing the Lady
Hero wrongfully
Much Ado About Nothing. 4 2
Mid. Night Dream. 5 1
Ibid. '1
Much Ado About Nothing. I
Macbeth. 35 3771 8

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1951 31
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Ace. An ace for him, for he is but one

Lefs than an ace, man, for he is dead

Ach. Charm ach with air-and agony with words

Acheron. At the pit of Acheron meet me i' the morning
I'll dive into the burning lake below, and pull her out of

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Titus Andronicus. 41 3848160

Aches contract and starve your fupple joints!—

The starry welkin cover thou anon with drooping fog as black as Acheron Midfummer Night's Dream. 3 2 188150 Timon of Athens. I 1806142 Smells fo fweet, that the sense aches at thee Othello. 141 21071116 Achiever. A victory is twice itself, when the achiever brings home full numbers Much Ado About Nothing. I 121113 Troilus and Creffida. 857 - Whose smile and frown, like to Achilles' fpear, is able with the change to kill and cure 2 Henry vi. I 600 130 Troilus and Creffida. 2 861141 2476135

Achilles. D. P.

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-a drayman, a porter, a very camel

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Achitophel. A whorefon Achitophel
Aconitum. Shall never leak, though it do work as strong as aconitum, or rash gun-
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Acorn. You bead, you acorn

I found him under a tree, like a dropp'd acorn Acquaintance. I defire more acquaintance of you

Talk logick with acquaintance that you have

- I faw him hold acquaintance with the waves, fo long as I could fee Acquittance. Now muft your confcience my acquittance ftal Acres. Boky acres

Act.

A furtherer in act.

- If I do not act it, hiss me

Acheron by the heels

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Ibid. 4 498
Mid. Night's Dream.
As You Like It.
M. Wives of Wind.
Taming of the Shrew.
Twelfth Night.
Hamlet.

Tempeft.
Ibid.

Merry Wives of Wind.

Now puts the drowsy and neglected acts freshly on me

Meaf for Meaf

Is wicked meaning in a lawful deed, and lawful meaning in a lawful act: where both not fin, and yet a finful fact

All's Well.

7 2952 6 Ibid. 329753 Twelfth Night 4 31047

Winter's Tale. 4 3 3511 20

So fhould I be a great deal of his act

It fhall become thee well to act my woes

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That all your acts are queens

The dignity of this act was worth the audience of kings and princes; for by fuch was it acted

The tyrannous and bloody act is done

And an act hath three branches; it is, to act, to do, and to perform :---
A of darkness. Serv'd the luft of my mistress's heart, and did the act of darkness with

her

Act of port. When the blood is made dull with the act of sport

Actaon. Prevent, or go thou, like Sir Actxon he, with Ringwood at thy heels

Divulge Page himself for a fecure and wilful Actaon

- Thy temples fhould be planted prefently with horns, as was Actæon's

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Ibid. 2 360 2 28
Riehard iii. 43 658 225
Hamlet. 11033141

Merry Wives of Windfor. 2 1
Ibid. 3 2

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Lear. 4 948 2 40
Othello. 2 11053236

Titus Andronicus. 2 3
Aled. How many ages hence, fhall this our lofty scene be acted over in ftates unborn,
and accents yet unknown
Julius Cafar.
Measure for Meafure. 2

Ailing. Or that the refolute acting of your blood
Action. If he took you a box o' the ear, you might have your action of flander too Ibid.

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Ation. When you went onward to this ended action
I'H bring my action on the proudest he that stops my way in Padua

I'll have an action of battery against him

This action I now go on, is for my better grace

Start not; her actions fhall be holy, as, you hear, my spell is lawful
Who hath read, or heard of any kindred action like to this
-To give us warrant from the hand of Heaven; and on our actions fet the name
of right, with holy breath

-There is not a dangerous action can peep out his head, but I am thrust upon it

Have you enter'd your action?

The wearing out of fix fashions which is four terms, or two actions
So may a thousand actions, once a foot, end in one purpose
In fuch business action is eloquence, and the eyes of the ignorant more
their ears

Yea, though our proper fon flood in your action

They have us'd their dearest action in the tented field Action-taking knave

But his whole action grows not in the power on 't
Cheeks and disasters grow in the veins of actions highest rear'd
Sith every action that hath gone before, whereof we have record, trial
and thwart

A. S. P. C. L. Much Ado About Noth. 24/1/29

Then came each actor on his afs

Atute. The gift is good in those in whom it is acute; and I am thankful

Taming of the Shrew. 3 2 266 258
Twelfth Night. 1326256
Winter's Tale. 1340117
Ibid. 15336225
King Jobn.3 4 400 139

- Had he been Adam, he had tempted Eve

Adam. D. P.

―was a gardener

- was the first that ever bore arms

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As if the paffage and whole carriage of this action rode on his tide

If you will make it an action, call witness to 't

If fuch actions shall have passage free, bond-slaves and pagans shall our statesmen be

Ative. He is fimply the most active gentleman in France

Actor. Bring us but to this fight, and you shall say I'll prove a busy actor in their play

As You Like It.

- Here feel we but the penalty of Adam

Thou old Adam's likeness, fet to dreis this garden

Spurn in pieces posts of adamant

True, as iron to adamant

Ibid. 524082

2 Henry iv.
Ibid. 2

A fhewing of a heavenly effect in an earthly actor

As if the tragedy were play'd in jeft by counterfeiting actors
Like a dull actor now, I have forgot my part, and am out

But bear it as our Roman actors do, with untir'd spirits, and formal conftancy

Ibid. 15 Henry v.1 learned than

Coriolanus.

Ant. and Cleop. 3 Troi. and Greff. did draw, bias,

Acutely. I am fo full of businesses, as I cannot answer thee acutely
Adallas. The Thracian king, Adallas
Adam. Have you got the picture of old Adam new apparell'd
Not that Adam that kept the Paradise, but that Adam that
Let him be clapp'd on the shoulder and call'd Adam
's fons are my brethren

- Though the were endowed with all that Adam had left him before he tranfgrefs'd
1bid. 2
Love's Labour Loft. 5
As You Like It.

Ibid. 1 3 861252

Ibid. 2 3 869 239 Cymbeline. 2 3 904121

Othello. 1
Ibid. 1

21046250 31047 235 Ibid. I 31047 253 Lear. 2 2 940 221

Henry v. 3 7 526|1|28

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786 117 861 245

4 240 120 All's Well. 2 3 286112 3 Henry vi. 2 3 613210 Coriolanus. 5 3 735 160

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Adam's profeffion. Gardeners, ditchers, and grave-makers; they hold up Adam's pro

feffion

Adamant. You hard-hearted adamant

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Adders. Profpero's fpirits compared to adders
-And haft thou kill'd him fleeping? Brave touch! Could not a worm, an adder, do
fo much? An adder did it; for with doubler tongue than thine, thou ferpent, never
adder stung
Midf. Night's Dream.
- Is the adder better than the eel, becaufe his painted skin contents the eye?

Taming of the Shrew.

Hamlet. 5 11033229 Mid. Night's Dream.2 2180250 I Henry iv.1 4 548215 Troilus and Creffid 32 874146

Tempest. 2 2

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2 185 236

3 272 1

Adder

Adder. And when they from thy bofom pluck a flower, guard it, I pray thee, with al lurking adder

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-What, art thou, like the adder, waxen deaf? be poisonous too
Whose tongue more poifons than the adder's tooth

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- It is the bright day, that brings forth the adder

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Richard ii. 3
2 Henry vi. 3
3 Henry vi.
Julius Cafar. 2
Timon of Athens.4 3
Tit. And. 2
voice of any true
Troilus and Creffida. 2
Lear. 5
Hamlet. 3

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Each jealous of the other, as the ftung are of the adder

And my two school-fellows,-whom I will trust, as I will adder's fang'd Adder's fork.

Adders' beads and toads carbonado'd

As an adder, when the doth unroll to do fome fatal execution
For pleasure and revenge, have ears more deaf than adders to the
decifion

Addiction. Each man to what sport and revels his addiction leads him
Addition. Where great addition fwells, and virtue none, it is a dropfied honour

titled Goddess and worth it with addition

- This man, lady, hath robb'd many beasts of their particular additions

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Troil. and Creffid. 1 2

Ibid. 4

I came to kill thee, cousin, and bear hence a great addition earned in thy death One I will beat into clamorous whining, if thou deny'st the least syllable of thy addition

They clepe us drunkards, and with swinish phrase foil our addition

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- The worfer, that you give me the addition whose want even kills me Addle. He efteems her no more than I esteem an addle egg

Lear. 2
Hamlet. 1
Othello. 4
Troil. and Cref1
Rom. and Jul. 3

Yet thy head hath been beaten as addle as an egg, for quarrelling

Addrefs. I will then addrefs me to my appointment

Merry Wives of Windfor. 3
Do you think he will make no deed of all this, that so seriously he doth addrefs
himself unto
All's Well. 3 6
2 Henry vi. 5 2

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A dreadful lay!-address thee instantly

It lifted up its head, and did address itself to motion, like as it would speak Ham. 1 21003235
Addrefs'd. Were all addrefs'd to meet you
Love's Labor Loft. 21 152238
- a mighty power

They did fay their prayers, and addrefs'd them again to fleep

Our navy is addrefs'd, our power collected

Addreft. So please your grace, the prologue is addreft

So have I addreft me

As You Like It. 5 4 249 217
Macbeth. 2 2 3701 5
2 Henry iv. 4 4 497 214
Mid. Night's Dream.5 1193138
Merchant of Venice. 29 207 242
Henry v. 3 3 522140
Julius Cafar.37521 44
Macbeth. 736829
Labor Loft. 4 3 163230
K. John. 3 3 399257
I Henry iv. 3 3 461 248

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Macbeth.4 I 3781 3

Winter's Tale. 4 3 352 1 35
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To-morrow for the march are we addrest

He is addreft, prefs near, fecond him

Adhere. Nor time nor place did then adhere
Adjunct. Learning is but an adjunct to ourself

Love's

Though that my death were adjunct to my act, by heaven I would do it
Admiral. Thou art our admiral, thou beareft the lanthorn in the poop
Admiration. Let us bury him, and not protract with admiration what is now due debt

This admiration is much o' the favour of other your new pranks
Admired. Broke the good meeting with most admir'd diforder
Admiringly. The king very lately spoke of him admiringly, and mourningly

Here's ado

We'll keep no great ado

Adonis painted by a running brook

- Thy promifes are like Adonis' gardens Adoption. Under the adoption of abominable terms 'Tis often feen adoption strives with nature Adoration. What is thy foul O adoration

Adore. This gate instructs you how to adore the heavens

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Cymbeline. 4 2 917129
Lear.1 4 937 33
Macbeth. 3 4 376154
All's Well.I
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Admittance. You are a gentleman of excellent breeding, admirable discourse, of great
admittance
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Ibid. 3 3
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The Ship-tire, the tire volant, or any other tire of Venetian admittance
Titus Andronicus.1 2 833238
Admits. The people will accept whom he admits
Richard ii. 2 I 421 4
Admonition. Dar'it with thy frozen admonition, make pale our cheek
Taming of the Shrew.s
Ado. Let's follow, to fee the end of this ado
Winter's Tale. 2

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Romeo and Juliet. 3
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Merry Wives of Windfor. 2 56226
All's Well.13 281 253
Henry v. 41 529 222
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