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A. S. P. C. L. Bat. Wool of bat

Macbeth. 41 11 378|1| 2 -Ife try whether your costard or my bat be the harder


959151 Bat-fowling

Tempeft. 211 9115 Batch. Thou core of envy, thou crusty batch of nature

Troil. and Crel 5 1 884 1 26 Batchelor dismissed loves broom groves

Tempeft.41 1 of threescore

Much Ado About Notbing. I 123151 He Thews me where the batchelors fit

Ibid. 2

125 256 When I said, I would die a batchelor, I did not think I should live to be married Ibid.2 31 131 213 Batchelorship. She was the first fruit of my batchelorship

i Henry vi. 5 5 567 2148 Bate. Rather than she will bate one breath of her accustom'd crossness Mu. A. A. Notb.2 31 13012138 - Am I not fallen away vilely, since this last action, do I not bate? i Henry iv. 31 31 4612 23 And breeds no bate with telling of discreet stories

2 Henry iv. 241 486145 You bate too much of your own merits

Timon of Atbens. 1

2 80917 Bated. Were the world mine, Demetrius being bated, the rest I'll give to be to you translated

Midj. Nigbt's Dream. 1

Il 177 141 These griefs and losses have so 'bated me, that I fall hardly spare a pound of flesh

Merchant of Venice. 31 31 212 2163 All plum'd like estridges, that with the wind bated

i Henry iv. 41 | 464/2/43 That, on the supervize, no leisure bated

Hamlet. 5) 210371125 Bates. D. P.

Henry v. 5091 Who bates mine honour, shall not know my coin

Tim. of Athens. 3) 31 814/2/23 Barbe. Let us bathe our hands in Cæsar's blood

Julius Cæfar.3 1 753124 Bating. Hood my unmann'd blood, bating in my cheeks, with thy black mantle

Romeo and Juliet. 31 21 983245 Bartalia. Our battalia trebles that account

Richard . 51 3 6651234 Batten. Follow your function, go, and batten on cold bits

Coriolanus. 4) 51 728 2132 Could you on this fair mountain leave to feed, and batten on this moor Hamlet. 31 4 102411153 Batter his skull

Tempeft. 31 2 141/39 Batter'd. The tyrant has not batter'd at their peace?

Macbeth. 41 31 3821138


Meas. for Meas: 211
Battery. I'll have mine action of battery on thee
- I'll have an action of battery against him

Twelfth Nigbr. 41 1 326/2/56
Her fighs will make a battery in his breast

3 Henry vi. 3) 1 616|2|44 Ant. and Cleop. 2

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Make battery to our ears with the loud music
The seven-fold Thield of Ajax cannot keep the battery from my heart

Ibid./4.12 7951132
Ee it but to fortify her judgment, which else an easy battery might lay flat Cym. 1 5896 227
Battle. Have I not in a pitch'd battle heard loud larums, neighing steeds, and trumpets

Taming of the 2) 2591/41
This feast of battle with mine adversary

Ricbard ii. 1 31 4171 20

i Henry iv. 4 1465122 What may the king's whole battle reach unto We would not seek a battle as we are, nor as we are, we say, we will not run it

Henry v. 3

6 Each battle fees the other's umber'd face

Ibid. 41cb 5271 I When all those legs, and arms, and heads, chopp'd off in a battle, shall join together

Ibid. 4 1 52812/24 at the latter day, and cry all-We dy'd at such a place When without stratagem, but in plain shock and even play of battle was ever

Ibid. 4

653612/27 known fo great and little loss Many a battle have I won in France, when as the enemy hath been ten to one compared to the morning compared to the sea

Richard ii. 5 31

6651249 I'll draw the form and model of our battle The noise of battle hurled in the air

Their battles are at hand
Their bloody sign of battle is hung out

As You Like It. 21 41 231|1|20
Battlet.' And I remember the kissing of her battlet
Batty wings. 'Till o'er their brows, death counterfeiting Neep, with leaden legs and
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Julius Cæsar. 2 2 7501146

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Midf. Night's Dream. 31 2 1881158

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A.S. P. C. I. Bauble. Hither comes the bauble

Othello.141 11106812131 Bavin. The kipping king, he ambled up and down with shallow jesters, and rath bavin wits

i Henry iv. 3 2 4601155 Baulk'd. This was look'd for at your hand, and this was baulk'd Twelfth Nigbr. 3 2 3212/23 Bawbling. A bawbling vessel was he captain of

Ibid. 51 13291 48 Bawcock. Why, how now, my bawcock ? how doft thou chuck


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Winter's Tale. I That's my bawcock

2 335 142 Good bawcock, bate thy rage

Henry v. 3 2 52012133

Lid. The king's a bawcock, and a heart of gold

5272 41 Bawd. If it be not a bawd's house, it is pity of her life, for it is a naughty house

Measure for Measure. 2 1 8012133 Is it a lawful trade if the law will allow it

Ibid. 2

82 1123 - If your worship will take order with the drabs and the knaves you need not fear the bawds

81131 Thy sin 's not accidental, but a trade, mercy to thee would prove itself a bawd

88|246 The wickedness of that profession


901|24 Ever your fresh whore, and your powder'd bawd To be bawd to a bell-wether

As You Like It. 3) 2235-38 A most intelligencing bawd

Winter's Tale. 2) 3) 342141 France is a bawd to fortune

King Jobr. 3 1 39612 28 So shall my virtue be his vice's bawd

Ricbard i. 51 31 437124 Poor rogues and usurers men! bawds between gold and want Timon of Albens. 22 81012 41 One that would'st be a bawd, in way of good service

Lear. 2 21 940224 Yet, the 's a fimple bawd that cannot say as much

O:hello. 41 2107026 Bawd-bern. Bawd, he is of antiquity too; bawd-born

Measure for Measure. 3. 2 901225 Bawdry. We must be married, or we must live in bawdry

As You Like It. 3) 3) 239147 Bawdy. It is a bawdy planet

Winter's Tale. 1 2 336130 Bawdy-beuse. Went to a bawdy-house, not above once in a quarter-of an hour 1 Hen. iv. 3 3 46112 39

Ibid. This house is turn'd bawdy-house, they pick-pockets

31 31 462224 For we cannot lodge and board a dozen or fourteen gentlewomen, that live honestly by the prick of their needles, but it will be thought we keep a bawdy-house Atraight

Henry v. 2 1 51412136 Bawdy Song. Come fing me a bawdy fong; make me merry

i Henry iv.3) 31 461 2135 Bay. I'll rent the faireft house in it, after threepence a bay Measure for Measure. 2 1 'Tis thought your deer doth hold you at the bay

Taming of the Sbrew. 5 2 275/2137 To rouse his wrongs, and chase them to the bay

Richard ii. 2) 3) 425145 And make the cowards stand aloof at bay

1 Henry vi. 41 21 56112 53 I had rather be a dog and bay the moon, than such a Roman. Brutus, bay not me, I'll not endure it

Julius Cæfar. 41 31 759122 Uncouple here, and let us make a bay

Titus Andronicus. 2) 8372 37 I would we had a thousand Roman dames at such a bay

Ibid.141 284612 36 What moves Ajax thus to bay at him

Troi. and Crus: 21 31 8691156 Set the dogs o' the streets to bay me

Cymbeline. 5 5 926 3 Bay'd. Here wast thou bay'd brave hart

Julius Cajar.311 754117 We are at the stake, and bay'd about with many enemies

Ibid. 41 0 7581 44 Baying. He leaves his back unarmed, the French and Wellh baying him at the heels

2 Henry iv. 1 3 479116 Baynard's Caftle. If you thrive well, bring them to Baynard's Castle Richard u. 31 51 6531235 Bayonne, Bishop of

Henry viii. 21 41 685|2 21

Richard 17.21 41 4251243 Bay-trees. The bay-trees in our country all are wither’d Bay-windows. Why it hath bay-windows transparent as barricadoes Twelfth Night. 4. 2 327|2'15 Be. Than be so, better to cease to be

Cymbeline. 41 41 91912 52 to be or not to be, that is the question

Hamlet. 31 110171130 Beacb. Which can distinguish 'twixt the fiery orbs above, and the twinn'd stones upon the number'd beach

Cymbeline. 17 85911145 Beacon. See noble Charles! the beacon of our friend

i Henry vi. 312 557|1/21 But modeft doubt is call'd the beacon of the wise

Troi, and Cref. 2 21 866 2151

Lear. 2 2 Approach, thou beacon to this under globe

942 143 Bead. You bead, you acorn

Midf. Night's Dream. 3) 2 188 1118 Beadle. A very beadle to a humorous figh

Love's Labor Loft. 31 1 1562118 Thou rascal beadle hold thy bloody hand : wby dost thou lalh that whore Lear. 4! 6958141 Beads. Oh, for my beads! I crop me for a finner

Comedy of Errors. 2

108 2 21 - I'll give my jewels for a set of beads

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A. S. P. C.L. Beads. That beads of sweat have stood upon thy brow, like bubbles in a late disturbed stream

i Henry iv. 2

3 450 When holy and devout religious men are at their beads, 'tis hard to draw them thence

Ricbard in.31 7 654 256 of Sorrow

Julius Cæfar. 31 1 754/2 44 Bead's-man

Two Gent. of Ver. 1

23 121 Beads-men. Thy very beads-men learn to bend their bows of double-fatal yew against hy state

Richard 7.2 21 42712/15 Beagle. She's a beagle, true-bred, and one that adores me

Twelfth Night. 21 31 3161 70 Get thee away, and take thy beagles with thee.

Timun of Albens. 41 31 821|233 Beak. Now on the beak (of the ship]

Tempeft. I Beam. Of her view

Merry Wives of Windfor.1 3 You found his mote: the king your mote did see, but I a beam do find in each of three

Love's Labor Loft. 41 31 162 122 A rush will be a beam to hang thee on

King John. 41 31 40612 39 Thy very beams will dry those vapours up

3 Henry vi. 15 3 6292/28 - Whose bright faces cast thousand beams upon me, like the sun

Henry vii. 4 2 6952 16 Stands Colossus-wise, waving his beam

Trøi. and Cref: 51 5 889110 Bear, How I may bear me here

Tempeft. thou this letter to Mrs. Page

Merry Wives of Windfor. 3 49/2/14 me to the prison

Measure for Measure. 1 3 77234 She bears some breadth then

Comedy of Errors. 31 2 them to my house

1171 20 They say I will bear myself proudly

Much Ado About Nothing:123) 1311128 thee well in it - to Athens will I bear my folly back

Midf. Night's Dream. 3) 2 187262 Let me the knowledge of my fault bear with me

As You Like It. 1

3) 228118 I had rather bear with you than bear you : yet I should bear no crop, if I did bear you

Ibid. 2

4/ 23012141 - your body more seeming

Ibid. 5) 41 248215 She bears me fair in hand

Taming of the Shrew. 41 2 269144 We'll direct her how 'tis best to bear it

All's Well. 31 7 294245 Behold thine indignation, mighty heaven, and tempt us not to bear above our power

King Jobr. 5 5 41012157 Bear you well in this spring of time, let you be cropt before you come to prime

Richard ii. 5) 21 4361] 28 out a knave against an honest inan

2 Henry iv. 5 1 501 57 They by observing him do bear themselves like foolish justices

Ibid. 51 Between two horses which do bear him belt

i Henry vi. 2
He bears him on the place's privilege

Ibid. 2
She bears a duke's revenues on her back

2 Henry vi, 1
Hence forward will I bear upon my target three fair shining suns

3 Henry vi. 2 1609/247 You mean to bear me, not to bear with me

Richard 11.3

1649/2/ As loth to bear me to the naughter-house

Ibid. 13 41 652221 Thy face bears a command in't

Coriolanus. 41 51 7296
What else more serious importeth thee to know this (letter] bears

Art. and
He bears him like a portly gentleman

Romeo and Juliet. 1 5 974/7| 3
How strange or odd foever I bear myself

Hamlei.1 [ Animals] Be there bears i' the town

Merry Wives of Windfor.1

Ibid. 1
You are afraid if you see the bear loose, are you not

Ibid. 1

1219 I have feen Sackerson loote twenty times, and have taken him by the chain

Itid. I

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A. S. P. C.L. Bear. (Arimal] Approach thou like the rugged Russian bear

Macbeb.131 41 3761144 They have ty'd me to a stake; I cannot fly, but beurlike I must fight the course Ibid. 517 385239 And then our arms, like to a muzzled bear

King Jibn.2 1 39212155 I am as melancholy as a gib cat, or a lugg d bear

i Henry iv.1 2 443 233 Call hither to the stake my two, brave bears

2 Henry vi. 51 16001223 Are there thy bears, we'll bait these bears to death

loid 51 600 2 28 Old Nevil's creft, the rampant bear chain'd to the ragged staff

Ilid. 5 11 6011 26 And from thy burgonet I'll rend thy bear

Ibid. 51 1

60111132 or, as a bear, encompass'd round with dogs

3 Henry vi 12 16091151 Whose hand is that, the foreft bear doth lick


2 61112) 8 With them the two brave bears, Warwick and Montague

Ibid. 57 6322 9
As children from a bear, the Volces Munning him
He's a bear, indeed, that lives like a lamb

Ibid.217 712 1 16 (may be betrayed) with glaises

Julius Cajar. 2 1 7481241 Meek bears

Timon of Aibens. 131 68182 3 Wert thou a bear, thou wouldit be kill'd by the horse

Ibid. 41 3 8231153 if you hurt these bear-whelps, then beware: the dam will wake Titus Andronicus.141 8461114 Churlish as a bear

Troi. and Cref. 1 2 85211133 One bear will not bite another, and wherefore thould one bastard

Ibid.5 8 890134 The cub-drawn bear

Lear. 1 946128 Thou’dft fhun a bear; but, if thy fight lay toward the raging sea, thou'dft meet the bear i' the mouth

Ibid. 31 41 948111 - Whose reverence the head-lugz'd bear would Ick

Ibid. 4 21 95412 Chain me with roaring bears

Romeo and Juliet. 4 - 0, she will sing the savageness out of a bear

Orbello. 4 11067133 Bear-bеrd. Take fixpence in earnest of the bear-herd Much Ado About Norbing. 12 1251249 By transmutation a bear-herd

Induc, to Taming of the Sbrev.

2253/2/18 That true valour is turn'd bear-herd

2 Henry iv. 21 4772 17 Bear-ward. And manacle the bear-ward in their chains

2 Henry vi. Despight the bear-ward that protects the bear

Ibid. 5 601 1134 Bear-qubelp. Like to a chaos, or an unlick'd bear-whelp

3 Henry vi.

2) 61812163 Bear (Constellation.] The wind-Mak’d surge, with high and monstrous main, seems to caft water on the burning bear

Orbelio. 2

I 1051 147 Beard. Doth he not wear a great round beard like a glover's paring knife M.W.of Win 11.11 501124 A little yellow beard, a cain-coloured beard

Ilid. 5011127 Whose beard they have singed off with brands of fire

Com dy of Errers.

1181150 - I could not endure a husband with a beard on his face Much Ado About Nabirg. 2 1252137 You may light on a husoand that hath no beard

125/2/40 He that hath a beard is more than a youth, and he that hath no beard is less than a man

12512144 But that the white-bearded fellow speaks it

1301141 The old ornament of his check hath already stuffed tennis-balls

Ibid. 31 2 133 138 By the loss of a beard

1331141 If such a one will smile, and froke his beard; and forrow wag

leil 1 141133 God's blessing on your beard

Love's Labor Luft. 2 153257
A beard, faii health and honesty

Ibid. 5
Let me not play a woman; I have a beard coming

MAS. Night's Dramli

2 178144 What beard were I best to play it in

Ibid. 1 2 1782131 In either your straw-colour'd beard, your orange-tawney-beard, your purple-ingrain beard, or your French-crown-coloured beard, your perfect yellow

2 17812134 The green corn hath rotted, ere his youth attain'd a beard

Ibid. 21 21
Good ftrings to your beards

Ivid. 42
You that did void your rheum on my beard

Mer. of Venice 3
Lord worshipp'd might he be! what a beard halt thou got! thou hast more hair
on thy chin than dobbin my thill horse has on his tail

Bid. 12 2203121
Stroke your chins, and swear by your beards

As Yvu Like It. 22512133 Is his head worth a hat, or his chin worth a beard

Ibid. 3 2 2361214 Let me stay the growth of his beard, if thou delay me not the knowledge of his chin

Ibid. 3 2 236 217
Your having in beard is a younger brother's revenue

His beard grew thin and hungerly, and quem'd to ask him sops as he was drinking

Taming of the Sirew.32 2661153
And writ as little beard

All's Well. 21 31 2861 52 - Or the baring of my teard

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A.S. P. Beard. By my old beard, and every hair that's on't

All's Well. 51 31 303 Now Jove, in his next commodity of hair, send thee a beard Twelfth Night. 3 320 You should be women, and yet your beards forbid me to interpret that you are fo

Macbetb. 1 3 369 We might have met them dareful beard to beard, and beat them backward home Ibid. 5 5 385 Whole valour plucks dead lions by the beard

King Jobn. 2 I 392 White beards have arm'd their thin and hairless scalps, against thy majesty

Ricbard ii. 31 2 427 Thy father's beard is turn'd white with the news

i Henry iv. 2 41 455 No man so potent breathes upon the ground, but I will beard him

Ibid.41 1 463 . I will sooner have a beard grow in the palm of my hand, than he get one on his cheek

2 Henry iv. 1

21 476 Whose beard the silver hand of peace hath touch'd

Ibid. 492 'Tis merry in hall, when beards wag all


5. 31 504 Whose chin is but enrich'd with one appearing hair

Henry v. 3.cb. 520 What a beard of the general's cut


3 524 A black beard will turn white


5 539 Do what thou dar'it; I beard thee to thy face

i Henry vi. 3 547 His well proportion'd beard made rough and rugged, like to the summer's corn by tempeft locg'd

2 Henry vi. 32 588 If e'er again I meet him beard to beard, he is mine, or I am his

Coriolanus. I 10 711 And your beards deserve not so honourable a grave, as to stuff a botcher's cushion, or to be entombed in an ass's pack saddle By Jupiter, were I the wearer of Antonius' beard, I would not have 't to-day

Antony and Cleopatra. 21 2 774 By this white beard

Troilus and Cred: 41 5 883 Art not asham'd to look upon this beard

4 499 'Tis most ignobly done to pluck me by the beard

Ibid. 3) 71 9511 And told me, I had white hairs in my beard, ere the black ones were there

957 His beard was grizzl'd

Hamlet.1 2 1004
Old men have grey beards
Com'st thou to beard me in Denmark

Ibid. 2 2 1014
That we can let our beard be hook with danger, and think it pastime

Ibid.41 71031 Beardless. Shall a beardless boy, a cocker'd filken wanton brave our fields

K: Jobn. 15

1 407 Bearing thence rings, jewels, any thing his rage did like

Comedy of Errors. 51 1 118
I know him by his bearing

Mucb Ado About Norb.2
For shape, for bearing, argument and valour

132 We shall see your bearing

Mer.of Venice. 2 204 Take and give back, affairs, and their dispatch, with such a smooth, discreet, and ftable bearing

Twelfth Night. 4
With thy brave bearing I Tould be in love, but that thou art so fast mine enemy

2 Henry vi. 5
Scaling his present bearing with his past

Coriolarus. 2
If there be such valour in the bearing, what make we abroad Tim. of Atb.31 5 816
Women are more valiant, that stay at home, if bearing carry it

Ibid. 31 5 816 Bearing-ciob. Here's a light for thee: look thee, a bearing-cloth for a squire's child

Winter's Tale. 3) 3 347 Thy scarlet robes, as a child's bearing-cloth I'll use to carry thee out of this place

i Henry vi. 1 31 547 Bearns. They say bearns are blessings

All's Well

.. Bear ft. And yet, in faith, thou bear'lt thee like a king

i Henry iv. 5 4 471 Leaf. Not that

, I being a beast, the would have me, but that the, being a very beastly creature, lays claim to me

Comedy of Errors. 3 2

194 A very gentle beast, and of good conscience

Mid. Night's Dream. 5

194 The very best at a beast, my lord, that ever I saw

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