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A.S. P. C Expoznd. And to expound his beastly mind to us

Cymbeline. 17] 900,2
Express. It charges me in manner the rather to express myself

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Mine integrity being counted fall-hood shall, as I express it, be so received Wis T. 3 2
Expulsd. For ever should they be expuls'd from France

i Hen. vi. 3/ 3/ 55811 Exquifite. The most exquisite Claudio

M. Ado About Noibing. 1 3/ 1251 Thy exquifite reason

Twelftb Nigbr. 2 31 316 1 Is your Englishman so exquisite in drinking

Orbellv. 2 3 10551211 Exfuffolare. When I Hall turn the business of my soul to such exsuffolate and blown surmises

Ibid. 3) 3)106112 Extempore. Sure the gods do this year connive at us, and we may do any thing extempore

Winter's Tale.41 3 3561138 Ezremporal. Affist me some extemporal god of rhime

Love's Labor Loft. 2 1511255 Will you hear an extemporal epitaph on the death of the deer

Ibid. 41 2

159133 Extend. I do extend him, fir, within himself

Cymbeline. I 1893214 Those, that weep this lamentable discourse under her colours are wonderfully to extend him

Cymbeline.1 5 896 2 26 Extended. Labienus (this is stiff news) hath, with his Parthian force, extended Alia

Ant. and Cleop. I 21 769159 Extent. Make an extent upon his house and lands

As You Like It. 3 1 234 143 In this unusual and unjust extent

Twelfth Nigbr.14 I

3271119 Extenuate. The law of Athens yields you up, which by no means we may extenuate

Midf. Night's Dream. 1 1 1762 25 Cleopatra, know, we will extenuate rather than enforce

Ant. and Clevp. 52 799|2|56 Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice

Orbello. 5 2 10792/21 Extenuated. His glory not extenuated, wherein he was worthy

Julius Cæjar. 3 27551/45
Exteriors. She did so course o'er my exteriors with such greedy intention

Merry W. of Windsor. 1 3
Extermin do By giving love, your sorrow and my grief were both extermind

As You Like It.131 5 241/1/20
EX!!!n. In compliment extern

Orbella 1

1/10441137 Extinled. Give renew'd fire to our extincted spirits

11052136 Extirp. It is impossible to extirp it quite

Mel. for Meal.3 2 Extirped. Nor should that nation boast it so with us, but be extirped from our provinces

i Henry vi. 3) 3) 558) 1/60 Exocment. In the verity of extolment

Hamlet. 5 2/1038/2/16
Extort. And extort a poor soul's patience all to make you (port Mid. Nigbt's Dr.131 21 1862 17
Extra£ting. A most extracting frenzy of mine own, from my remembrance clearly
banish'd his

Twelftb Nigbr. 51
Extravagant. To an extravagant and wheeling stranger

Orbello. 1

1/10451/21 Exiraugbi. Sham'st thou not, knowing whence thou art extraught

3 Henry vi. 2 21 6122 45 Extreme. Be not as extreme in submission, as in offence Merry W. of Windsor. 41 41 671247 To chide at your extremes it not becomes me

Winter's Tale. 4) 3) 3492142 Time force and death, do this body what extremes you can Troil. and Cred: 41 2 8792 12

"Twixt my extremes and me this bloody knife Mall play the umpire Rom. and Jul.4.1990 - 50 Extremilies. When extremities speak, I have heard you say, honour and policy, like unsever'd friends i' the war, do grow together

Coriolanus. 3) 2 723:48
Extremity. Any extremity rather than a mischief

Merry W. of. Windfor.141 2
If I find not what I feek, New no colour for my extremity

Ibid. 41 2

6712 Till this afternoon, his passion ne'er brake into extremity of rage Comedy of Errors. 511171/38 You were us'd to say, extremity was the trier of spirits

Coriolanus. 4 1 7261/27 Will you the knights hall to the edge of all extremity pursue each other Troil and Cred: 5881257 Thy tongue may take off some extremity, which to read would be even mortal to

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27/2132 -. Not an eye that sees you, but is a physician to comment your malady Two Gent. of Ver.12, 3

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3이리 13 Love hath twenty pair of eyes

Ibid. 24

3012164 Love hath chased Neep from my enthralled eyes

Ibid. 2
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9 I read your fortune in your eye

34 134 Sun-bright eye

Ibid. 4| 3

421) S are grey as glass : and so are mine I would have scratched out your unseeing eyes The appetite of her eye did seem to scorch me up like a burning-glass M.W.of Wind. 3

Ibid. 31 2

59|2|35 He has eyes of youth

Ibid.
3) 3

602) 8 I see how thine eye would emulate the diamond

Measure for Measure. 2 2

842114 Feaft upon her eyes

Ibid. 43

92 1156 Those eyes the break of day, lights that do milead the moon

962/44 Command those fretting waters from your eyes

Ibid. 51 1 1022 13 Methinks I see a quick’ning in his eye

Com. of Errors.12

106 2145 I know his eye doth homage other-where

Ibid. 511

117|1|40 Hath not else his eye stray'd his affection in unlawful love

Much Ado About Norbing. 1 1232 44 Pick out mine eyes with a ballad-maker's pen

Ibid. 1

1 124 130 I lock'd upon her with a soldier's eye

127 III Let every eye negociate for itself, and trust no agent

Ibid.

3 Il 1321 24
Disdain and scorn ride sparkling in her eyes
In her eye there hath appear'd a fire, to burn the error that those princes hold against
Eler enaiden truth

Ibid.41 133812134
The eye and prospect of his soul

Ibid. 41 1 1391144
Which is the villain ? let me see his eyes; that when I note another man like him,
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Ibid. 51 41 1451246 I do with an eye of love requite her

Ibid.'s 4 145 248 While truth the while, doth falsely blind the eye-light of his look Love's Lab. Loft. 1

i 148 124

1 1541/32 In his eye pride expressed

Ibid. 2

1 15412 I only have made a mouth of his eye

154|2|19 With two pitch-balls stuck in her face for eyes

Ibid. 31 1 1562140 The heavenly rhetorick of thine eye

Ibid. 4) 3) 161 114

Ibid. 41 3 162246 If the treets were paved with chine eyes, her feet were too much dainty for such

Ibid. 4) 3) 163 1146 Where is any author in the world, teaches such beauty as a woman's eye? Ibid. 4) 3 1632129

Ibid. 51 1 164 1150 Once to behold with your sun-beamed eyes

Ibid. 51 21 1672 19 - You were beft call it daughter-beamed eyes

Ibid. 51 21 1672 23 - The virtue of your eye must break my oath

Ibid. 51 21 16912 3 There's an eye-wounds like a leaden (word

170/2140 I would, my father look'd but with my eyes

Midf. Night's Dream.si 11 176/1/21 I could well beteem them from the tempest of mine eyes

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11 177134 Haft thou yet latchd the Athenian's eyes with the love-juice

Ibid. 131 2 185 1155
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1861248 - Sometimes from her eyes I did receive fair speechless messages

Ibid. 51 1 1951158 - I would outstare the sterneft eyes that look

Mer. of Venice. 1991117
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202 1148 - My eye Thall be the stream and death-bed for him

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Ibid. 204122 My eyes, my lord, can look as swift as yours; you say the miltrere

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Henry v.3

Eyes. I have eyes under my service, which look upon his removedness

Stars, stars, and all eyes else dead coals
Mine eyes are made the fools o' the other senses, or else worth all the rest
You see her eyes are open-Ay, but their sense is shut
The shadow of myself form'd in her eye
Drawn in the flattering table of her eye

21 3951 28 Why holds thine eye that lamentable rheum, like a proud river peering o'er its bounds

Ibid.

3) 1 396) 140 Muft you with hot irons burn out both my eyes

1402 1136 Will you put out mine eyes? These eyes that never did, nor never shall, so much as frown on you

Ibid. 4 1 402 757 A fearful eye thou haft

Ibid. 4 2 404112 With eyes as red as new enkindled fire

Ibid. 404214 Or turn'd an eye of doubt upon my face

41 21 4051/32 Thou art come to set mine eye

Ibid. 51 71 411 1164 Securely I espy, virtue with valour, couched in thine eye

Ricbard i. 1 31 4171/26 Even in the glasses of thine eyes I fee thy grieved heart

Ibid. 31 4181 26 Behold, his eye, as bright as is the eagle's; lightens forth controlling majesty Ibid. 3 3 4291 26 Get thee gone, for I do fee danger and disobedience in thine eye

i Henry iv. 1 3 445 1148 A villainous trick of thine eye

Ibid. 2) 41 455155 Their eyes of fire sparkling through fights of steel

2 Henry iv. 41 ? 493 2136 - Lend the eye a terrible aspect, let it pry through the portage of the head, like the brass cannon

il 52011134 - His eyes are humbler than they usid to be

Ibid. 41 7 5342160 - A full eye will wax hollow

Ibid. 5l 2 539/2124 - His sparkling eyes, replete with wrathful fire, more dazzled and drove back his cnemies than mid-day sun

1 Henry vii1 il 543210 One eye thou hast to look to heaven for grace

41 54812154 Fain would mine eyes be witness with mine ears

Ibid. 2) 3) 551234 These eyes-like lamps whose wasting oil is spent

51 5532/45 I'll prepare my tear-ftain'd eyes to see her miseries

2 Henry vi. 21 41 582 153 Beaufort's red sparkling eyes blab his heart's malice

1 58412144 Mine cyes should sparkle like the beaten flint

Ibid.

13 2 598113 Oppose thy stedfart gazing eyes to mine

Ibid. 41 6 5982/35 With fiery eyes, sparkling for very wrath

3 Henry vi. 21 51 615-131 Thefe eyes, that now are dimm'd with death's black veils have been as piercing as the mid-day fun

Ibid. 51 262911138 These eyes, which never shed remorseful tear

21 6362153 Your eyes drop mill-stones, when fools eyes drop tears

Ibid. 1 3 641 1140 The vigilant eye

1 704|215 Such eyes the widows in Corioli wear, and mothers that lack sons

1 713231 And turns up the white o' the eye to his difcourse

Ibid. 51 31 735157 It is no little thing, to make my eyes to sweat compassion

Ibid. 51 31 736 2158

Jul. Cafar. The eye fees not itself, but by reflection

2 742 2/39 And that same eye, whose bend doth awe the world, did lose his lustre

21 7431153 Pays his heart, for what his eyes eat only

2] 776 2118 I'll never fee it; for, I am sure, my nails are stronger than my eyes

Ibid. 5 2 801 1110 What mental power this eye thoots forth

1 804113 But we worldly men have miserable, mad, mistaking eyes and ears, two traded pilots 'twixt the dangerous shores of will and judgement

2 8671141 Lend me ten thousand eyes, and I will fill them all with prophetic tears

2) 86712/21 Nor doth the eye itself (that most pure spirit of sense) behold itself

Ibid, And let thy eyes fpout blood

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Ibid.31 71 952119 Upon these eyes of thine I'll set my foot Methought, his eyes were two full moons

957137 Her eye discourses, I will answer it

Romeo and Julier. 2 2 975|213 Men's eyes were made to look, and let them gaze

Ibid. 3) 1982 135 To prison, eyes! ne'er look on liberty

Ibid. 31 2 984144 For still thy eyes, which I may call the sea, do ebb and flow with tears

Ibid. 3) 519881219

Hamlet. 1 21001 2117 With one auspicious, and one dropping eye

Ibid. 1 Make thy two eyes, like stars, start from their spheres

1007 1 4 Their eyes purging thick amber, and plum-tree gum

Ibid. 21 210121119 Then I have an eye of you

Ibid. 2) 21013739

Ibid. 2 like carbuncles

2 1015121 An eye like man to threaten and command

Ibid. 31 4 10242 42 without feeling

Ibid. 3 4 10242 6 What an eye The has; methinks it sounds à parley of provocation

Orbello. (2 31055'| 7

Ibid. 2 3.10551" An inviting eye, and yet methinks right modeft

9 For you are fatal then, when your eyes roll so

Ibid. 5 2 1076 1127

As You Like It. 3) S 2402/26 Eye-balls. Your bugle eye-balls Upon thy eye-balls murderous tyranny fits in grim majesty to fright the world

2 Henry vi. 3 2 5871154 Eye-glass. Your eye-glass is thicker than a cuckold's horn

Winter's Tale. 1 2 33612150

Lear. Ey-less rage

3) 1 9461 24 Eye-lids. The fringed curtains of thine eyes advance

Tempef. 1 2 advanced

Tempel. 41 18 119 And on my eye-lids Thall conjecture hang

Much Ado About Nothing. 4 7 138 132 Humour it with turning up your eye-lids

Love's Labor Loft. 3 1 1542 42

Hamlet. I
Do not for ever with thy vailed lids seek for thy noble father in the dust

2 1002 130 Eyes' windorus. Thy eyes' windows fall, like death, when he shuts up the day of life

Romeo and Julie:. 41 1 99012129 Eye-wink. They could never get an eye-wink of her Merry Wives of Windsor. 2 Eyliads. Examined my parts with most judicious eyliads

490 1 Eyne. Upon our watery eyne

Love's Lab. Luft. 5 2 167 2163 To what, my love, shall I compare thine eyne? crystal is muddy Midf. N.'s Dr. 3 2 186 1156 While counterfeit supposes blear'd thine eyne

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Twelfib Nigbr. 307 Fables. He fables not, I hear, the enemy

i Henry vi. 41 Fabrick. Shake the fabrick of his folly

Winter's Tale. 1 2 338 2 10 With other muniments and petty helps in this our fabrick

Coriolanus. 11 11 704219 Fabulous fory. That former fabulous story, being now seen po.Tible enough, got credit H.viii. 1 1 672133 Face. Here's a villain that would face me down, he met me on the Mart Com. of Enr. 3! 1 1091112 His heart's meteors to cling in his face

Ibid. 41 21 113213 Saffron face

Ibid. 4 41 115|230 And with no face, as it were, outfacing me

Ibid. 5 2 1191119 This grained face of mine be hid in fap-consuming winter's snow

Ibid. s 1 1192/24
There are no faces truer than those that are so wash'd

Mu. Ado Abt. Norb. I
Predestinate scratch'd face

Ibid. 1 1 1222 43
It is a witness still of excellency to put a strange face on his own perfection

Ibid. 2) 3) 12912123 - She shall be buried with her face upwards

Ibid. 3) 2 133 1159 February face

Ibid. 51 4 1461119 Vouchsafe to Thew the sunshine of your face, that we, like savages, may worship it

Luove's Labour Loft. 51 2 1671257

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He is a god or a painter ; for he makes faces

51 21 1722 4 I am marvellous hairy about the face

Mid. Night's Dream. 41 1 1892 48 To gaze on christian fools with varnish'd faces

Mer. of Venice. 2 5 205 4 Do all they can to face me out of my wits

pw. Nigbr. 41 2 328713 One face, one voice, one habit, and two persons

Ibid. 51 1 33111113

Winter's Tale. 41 31 3501149 Her face o'fire with labour

Macbeti. 1 41 366127
There's no art, to find the mind's construction in the face

Ibid. 1 5 367141
Your face, my Thane, is as a book, where men may see Atrange matters
My face fo thin, that in mine ear I durft not fick a rose

K. John.fil il 389/11 6

Face,

Face. Your face hath got five hundred pound a year, yet sell your face for five pence,

A. S. P. C.L. and 'tis dear Then call them to our presence, face to face

K. John. 1 1 389117

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Was this the face, that, like the sun, did make beholders wink

Ibid. 141 1434 1 19 I never see thy face, but I think upon hell-fire, and Dives, that liv'd in purple

Ibid.41 434 122 Yet he will not stick to say, his face is a face-royal

i H.iv. 3) 31 461 255 His face is full of bubukles, and whelks and knobs, and flames of fire

2 Henry iv.1 21 4761 22 I will trot to-morrow a mile, and my way shall be paved with English faces

Henry v.3) 652426 Fair Margaret knows, that Suffolk doth not flatter, face, or feign

Ibid. 31 7 526112 Hath his lovely fáce ruld, like a wand'ring planet over me

i Henry vi. 5) 41 5671 29 But that thy face is, vizor-like, unchanging

2 Henry vi.141 41 5951 2 For by his face straight shall you know his heart

3 Henry vi. 1 41 6082 38

Ricbard ii. 31 41 652144
Had their faces been loose, this day they had been lost
How long her face is drawn

Henry vii. 4 11 694 1114

Ibid. 4) 2 695 2 27 When my face is fair, you mall perceive whether I blush or no

Coriolanus. 1 9 711 1 27 Thou hast a grim appearance, and thy face bears a command in't

Ibid.41 5 729" Ş I knew by his face there was something in him

Ibid. 41 51 729 2 46 Thinking, by this face, to faften in our thoughts that they have courage Jul. Cæsar. 511762115 All mens faces are true, whatsoe'er their hands are

Ani. and Cleop: 2 6

779243 There is never a fair woman has a true face

Ibid. 2 61 77912 45 Round to a faultiness,--for the most part too, they are foolish that are so

Ibid. 3) 3) 78312) 3
His face was as the heavens; and therein stuck a fun and moon

Ilid. 5 2 7991154
With faces fit for masks, or rather fairer than those for preservation cas'd, or
Thame

Cymbeline. 51 31 92117
God hath given you one face, and you make yourselves another

Hamler. 31 11018117 Faced. Thou haft fac'd many things

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 4) 3) 271 2 12 That fac'd and brav'd me in this matter so

Ibid. 5 2742 56 Facere, as it were, replication

· Love's Labor Loft. 41 2 158243 Facile. So may he with more facile question bear it

Orbello. Il 310471133 Facinorous. He is of a moft facinorous spirit

All's Well. 21 31 2861-18 Fall. As you are part all Mame, (those of your fact are so) fo pait all truth Wint. Tale. 3) 3442 48 Faktion. I will bandy with thee in fa&tion

As You Like It. 5 1 246 121 Their fraction is more our wish, than their faction

Troil. and Cred: 21 31 86924 Faftionary. Always factionary on the party of your general

Corinlanus. 5 2 Fattious. Be factious for redress of all these griefs

Julius Cæfar. 11 31 7461 36 Fattor. Percy is but my factor

i Henry iv. 3 2 4611 34 Not as protector, steward, substitute, or lowly factor for another's gain Ricbard iii. 31 71 655 141 Richard yet lives, hell's black intelligencer; only reserv'd their factor, to buy fouls 16.41.41 659 2157 The senators alone of this great world, chief factors for the gods

Ant. and Cleap. 26 77812154 Faculty. Unseen, yet crescive in his faculty

Henry v.1

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Faded. It faded on the crowing of the cock
Fadge. We will have, if this fadge not, an antick

Love's Labor Loft. 51 1652 57
How will this fadge

Tw. Nigbl. 2 21 314 137 Fadings. With such delicate burdens of dil-do's and fadings

Winter's Tale./41 31 3511221 Faery.

Mid. Nigbe's Dream. 2

Tirus Andronicus. 31 1 842 136 Fuggot. Or brought a faggot to bright burning Troy

Lear.2 41 944 1134 Fail. I cannot think, my sister in the least would fail her obligation

Mu. Ado Abou? Notb. I
I will not fail him
Goodly and gallant shall be falle and perjur'd by thy great fail

Cymbeline. 31 41 909253

Com. of Er.3 Fain. Here is neither cheer, fir, nor welcome; we wou'd fain have either

Much Ado Ab. Norb. 2 I would rain have it a match

2 Henry vi. 2 Yea, man and birds are fain of climbing high

Ibid. 3 No man alive so fain as I

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