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Two Gent. of Verona. 41 1 381125 King. This fellow were a king for our wild faction

Meas. for Meas. 24 852 4 Well-wished king

Much Ado About Notb.3) 41 136'2/26 - If I was as tedious as a king

Mercbant of Venice. 5 i 2201 12 A subftitute Thines brightly as a king, until a king be by

All's Well.

277 112 You shall find of the king a husband, madam ;-you, fir, a father If I could find example of thousands, that had struck anointed kings, and Aourish'd

Winter's Tale. I 2337233 after, I'd not do't - are no less unhappy, their issue not being gracious: than they are in losing them,

348132 when they approy'd their virtues

Macberb. 1 3 365116 · Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none

King Jobn. 31 1

397 155 hail, you anointed deputies of heaven What earthly name to interrogatories, can talk the free breath of a sacred king

Ibid. 31 3972 5 - It is the curse of kings to be attended by Naves, that take their humours for a war

Ibid. 4) 2 40511 5 rant to break within the bloody house of life

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4102 41 The king I fear is poisoned by a monk

Richard i. I

41512) I We are not born to sue but to command

Ibid. 1 31 418 1 45 Their power to thorten but not to prolong life

Ibid. 2 This teeming womb of royal kings

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Ibid.2 The king is not himself but bately led by flatterers

11 422 1115

Ibid. 21 41 4252 43 Events portentous of the death of kings Not all the water in the rough rude sea, can wash the balm from an anointed king

Ibid.

3 427 1 9 Is not the king's name forty thousand names

Ibid. 31 2427144 And tell sad stories of the death of kings

Ibid.

3 2 42712 59 A king, woe's Nave, shall kingly woe obey

Ibid.
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2 42811155 Yet looks he like a king

Ibid. 3) 31 429 1126 What must the king do now? must he submit? the king shall do it

Ibid. 31 31 4292143 And Bolingbroke hath seiz'd the wasteful king

Ibid. 31 41 431 11 9 What subject can give sentence on his king

Ibid.

14 1 4322130 The skipping king, he ambled up and down with Mallow jesters and ralh bavin wits, soon kindled and soon burnt

i Henry iv. 3) 2 46011150 The king hath many marching in his coats

Ibid.

51 31 47011122 What art thou, that counterfeit'st the person of a king

Ibid.sl 4 47012149 Cry'st now, O earth give us that king again, and take thou this 2 Henry iv. I 31 47912 19 For though I speak it to you, I think, the king is but a man, as I am Henry v.41 1 5281149 how far answerable for the death of soldiers that fell in battle

Ibid.41 1 5282123 Henry Vth's soliloquy on the happiness of kings compared with that of other men 16.4 11 5291217 Is this the king we sent for to his ransom

Ibid.41 5 533 1136 He was a king bleft of the King of kings

1 Hen. vi.li 11 544 1115 But I am not your king 'till I be crown'd: and that my sword be staind with heart blood of the House of Lancaster

2 Henry vi. 22 580 2161 Was never subject long’d to be a king, as I do long and wish to be a subject

Ibid.

4 91 5971247 Did I call thee? no, thou art not king

Ibid. 51 - 600123 Richard, enough; I will be king, or die

3 Henry vi. I 2 6062/34 Was ever king so griev'd for subjects woe Edward will always bear himself as king

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Ibid. 41 3 624124
For who liv'd king, but I could dig his grave

Ibid.
Tell her the king, that may command, intreats

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Richard u. 4 41 6622120
Besides, the king's name is a tower of strength

Ibid.
Live and beget a happy race of kings

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Ibid. - The two kings, equal in luftre, were now best, now worst, as presence did present

51 3667 1152 them - Let me be married to three kings in a forenoon and widow them all Ant. and Cleop. 1

Henry viii. I 1 6721 24 Weigh you the worth and honour of a king, so great as our dread father in a scale

21 768/2/19 - And turn'd crown'd kings to merchants

Troilus and Cref. 12

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Macbetb.141 31 381 2157 King of kings. Left he that is the supreme King of kings confound your hidden falfhood

Ricbard i. 2 1 6441 21 Kingdom. Give grandam kingdom, and its grandam will give it a plum, a cherry and a fig

King John. 2

1 392 114 His little kingdom of a forced grave

Ibid. 4 2 404 1 3 Say is my kingdom lost, why, 'twas my care, and what loss is it, to be rid of care

Richard ii. 3) 2) 427 156 And my large kingdom for a little grave

Ibid. 3) 31 429253 Then you perceive the body of our kingdom, how foul it is

2 Henry iv.3

488132 But for a kingdom, any oath may be broken

3 Henry vi. 1 2 6062 12 If I did take the kingdom from your sons, to make amends I'll give it to your daughter

Ricbard iii. 41 41 662 1127 - are clay

Ant. and Cleop. 1 1 7681 1 To give a kingdom for a mirth

Ibid. 1 41 77112/43 Kingdum'd Achilles in commotion rages, and batters down himself Troil. and Crep:2) 31 870 31 Kinjman. Peace, fool, he's not thy kinsman

As You Like It. 241 231'39 Kirtle. What stuff wilt have a kirtle of

2 Henry iv. 2 4 486/2/25 If you be not swing'd I'll forswear half kirtles

Ibid. 5| 41 5052 39 Kiss. Left the base earth should from her vesture steal a kiss Two Gent. of Verona. 21 4 3127 And seal the bargain with an holy kiss

Ibid. 2 2

29113 Giving a gentle kiss to every sedge

Ibid. 27 322/40 Stop his mouth with a kiss

M. Ado About Notb. 2 128 1 20 This is be that kiss’d away his hand in courtesy

Live's Labour Loft. 5 2 1691 34 O, kiss me through the hole of this vile wall. I kiss the wall's hole not your lips at all

Mid. Night's Dream. 5 I 1941/29 And his kissing is as full of sanctity as the touch of holy beard As You Like It. 31 41 2392/22 A Nun of winter's sisterhood killes not more religiously

Ibid. 31 41 2392 25 When you are gravellid for lack of matter, you might take occafion to kiss Ibid. 4 1 24249 To kiss she vy'd so fast

Taming of the Shrew. 2

1 262 2/47 And kiss’d her lips with such a clamorous smack that at the parting, all the church did echo

Ibid. 3 2 266 56 You may ride us with one luft kiss a thousand furlongs, ere with spur we heat an

Winter's Tale. I 2 335 110 with infide lip

Ibid. 1 2 337 21 The ruddiness upon her lip is wet, you'll mar it, if you kiss it

Ibid. 5 31 362 1/43 Upon thy check lay I this zealous kiss

K. Jobn.2 11 39012138 Let me kiss my sovereign's hand, and how my knee before his majesty Richard i. 11 31 416 2 29 I understand thy kisses, and thou mine, and that's a feeling disputation i Henry iv. 3 1 4591 3 It is not a fashion for the maids in France to kiss before they are married Henry v. 5 2 540 2 12 Bear her my true love's kiss

Richard ii.4 41 663/2 3 Just as I do now, he would kiss you twenty with a breath

Henry vni. I

41 677/2 38 Sweet heart, I were unmannerly to take you out, and not to kiss you Ibid. 1 41 678 2133 0, a kiss long as my exile, sweet as my revenge

Coriolanus. 51 31 7352 3 We have kiss'd away kingdoms and provinces

Ant. and Cleop. 38 786 213 Give me a kiss, even this repays me

Ibid. 31 91 78712 23 Die, where thou hast liv'd ; quicken with kissing

Ibid. 4.13 7962 53 That kiss is comfortless, as frozen water to a starved snake

Titus Andron. 3 1 843|2|40 A kiss in fee farm

Troilus and Cressida. 3 2 8731|23 And scants us with a single famish'd kiss, distasted with the salt of broken tears Ibid. 41 41 880130 In kissing do you render, or receive And sighs, and takes my glove, and gives memorial dainty kisses to it, as I kiss thee 1b. 5 2 886-30 I kissed it. I hope it be not gone, to tell my lord that I kiss ought but him Cymbeline. 2/ 3904115 This kiss if it durft speak, would stretch thy spirits up into the air

Lar. 41 2 954 732 And let this kiss repair those violent harms, that my two fifters have in thy reverence made

Ibid.4 71 960 1 34 You kiss by the book

Romeo and Juliet. : 5 9741156 Like fire and powder, which as they kiss consume

Ibid.26 98112119 And then kiss me hard, as if he pluck'd up kisses by the roots

Otbello. 3) 3 10641121 I kiss’d thee, ere I kill'd thee;- no way but this, killing myself, to die upon a kiss 16. 51 21079|2|39 Kising-comfirs. Let it hail kissing comfits

Merry W. of Wind. 5/5 Kitchen trulls.

Cymbeline. 5 5 925/2/16 Kitcben vesial scorn'd you

Comedy of Errors. 4 4 1152 48 Kitcben-quench humourously described by Dromio

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A. S. P. C.L. Kites. To watch her as we watch these kites, that bate, and beat, and will not be obedient

Tam. of tbe Shrew. 4 126y|1|20 Some powerful spirit instruct the kites and ravens to be thy nurses Winter's Tale. 2 31 34-32118 When the kite builds look to lefser linen

Ibid. 4 2 34812135 Fetch forth the lazar kite of Cressid's kind

Henry v. 2

1 515131 Is Beaufort term'd a kite? where are his talons

2 Henry vi. 3 2 5882137 More pity that the eagle should be mew'd, while kites and buzzards prey at liberty R.1.1

635 1117 l' the city of kites and crows

Coriolanus. 41 51 728241
Ravens, crows, and kites, fly o'er our heads

Jul. Ca far. 5
Ah, you kite

Ant. and Clesp.311 7891140
Detested kite

Lear. 1 4 937217 Ere this, I Mould have fatted all the region kites with this Nave's offal Hamlet.2 210162 Kitten. I had rather be a kitten and cry mew, than one of these fame metre ballad mongers

1 Henry iv. 3 1 458130 Knacks. When I was young and handed love, as you do, I was wont to load my the with knacks

Winter's Tale. 41 31 3531 13 That thou no more shalt never see this knack

Ibid.41 31 3531251 Knapt. I wculd she were as lying a gossip in that as ever knapt ginger Mer. of Ven. 3 Knave misshapen

Tempeft. 51 1 21255 That's all one, if he be but one knave

Two Gent. of Verona. 31 1 352 33 At that time the jealous rascally knave her husband will be forth M.W. of Wind. 2

5611153 I will knog his urinals about his knave's costard

Ibid. 31 1

5811118 A couple of Ford's knaves, his hinds

Ibid. 3! 51 - Jealous knave

Ibid. 3 5
Lunatic knave
I leave an arrant knave with your worship

Much Ado About Notb.15 1 144 118 See to my house left in the fearful guard of an unthrifty knave Mer. of Ven. 1 31 202 11 % - I will speak to him like a saucy lacquey, and under that habic play the knave with him

As r. Like I. 3 2 237 1/40 A whorson, beetle-headed, flap-ear'd knave

Taming of the Sbrew. 4 1 2682 34 O, my knave! how does my old lady

All's We!1.21 41 288 2 43 You should have said, fir, before a knave, thou art a knave

Ibid. 2

4 288 A shrewd knave, and an unhappy

Ibid.41 5 3011 4 As thou art a knave, and no knave :-what an equivocal companion is this Ibid. 51 31 3042 55 What means this scorn, thou most untoward knave

K. Jobn. 1 1 390 1 21 Use his men well for they are arrant knaves, and will backbite 2 Henry iv. 51 1 501140 That visor is an arrant knave on my knowledge

Ibid. 5 1 501149 You scurvy, lowsy knave

Henry v. 51 1 537 2 2 A crafty knave does need no broker

2 Henry vi. I 5742160 At what ease might corrupt minds procure knaves as corrupt to swear against you

Henry viii. 5 1 698 110 As an oftler, that for the poorest piece will bear the knave by the volume Cor. 31 31 7251 3 Gentle knave, good night

Jul. Cæfar. 41 31 761217 Othat his fault should make a knave of thee, that art not what thou’rt sure of A.&C. 2 5 778 2112 My good knave

Ibid. 4.12 7942146 All I kept were knaves to serve in meat to villains

Timon of Atbers. 5 1 825111 There's ne'er a one of you but trusts a knave that mightily deceives you Ibid. 5) 21 826213 A scurvy railing knave

Troilus and Cressida.5 41 888 2 50 A Ny and constant knave; not to be shak’d: the agent for his matter Cymbeline. 1 898 2 47 This knave came some what faucily into the world before he was sent for

Lear. 1 1 9291125 Now my friendly knave I thank thee

Ibid. 1 41 9352138 These kind of knaves I know, which in this plainness, harbour more craft and more corrupt ends

Ibid. 2 2 941|2/13 There's ne'er a villain dwelling in all Denmark but he's an arrant knave Hamlet. 1 5 10081115 We are arrant knaves, all; believe none of us

Ibid. 3 1 1017 2156 Whip me such honest knaves

1|1044/2/21 Knaveries. Fery honeft knaveries

Merry W. of Windfor. 41 4 Knagery cannot, sure, hide himself in such reverence

M. Ado About Norb. 2) 3) 130141 Here's no knavery! see; to beguile the old folks, how the young folks lay their heads together

Taming of tbe Sbrew.l1

2 25812129 With amber bracelets, beads, and all this knavery

Ibid. 41 3 271 3 I hold it the more knavery to conceal it

Winter's Tal.. 4) 3 356143 - A royal knavery

Hamlet.51 210371 22

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Troi, and Cref 21 31 870|220 Knee. Let me kiss my sovereign's hand, and bow my knee before his majesty Rickard i. il 31 416 232

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We are amaz’d, and thus long have we stood, to watch the fearful bending of thy knee
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3) 3) 429132 How long is 't ago, Jack, since thou saw'st thine own knee And my arm'd knees who bow'd but in my stirrup, bend like his that hath receiv'd

i Henry iv. 21 41 454||29 an alms A mile before his tent fall down, and knee the way into his mercy

Coriolanus. 2 724127 I could as well be brought to knee his throne

Ibid. 5) 11 733111
And crook the pregnant hinges of the knee, where thrift may follow fawring Hum. 3) 21019):)34

Lear.121 41 945110
Knee-crooking knave
Kneel thou down Philip, but arise more great, arise Sir Richard, and Plantagenet K. Foon. 1) 1) 3891) 27

Orbello. I

11044/1/16 Thus, Brutus, did my master bid me kneel Knell. Be this tweet Helen's knell, and now forget her

Julius Casar. (31 11 753(1147 Contempt and clamour will be my knell

All's Well. 51 31 303|1|28

Winter's Tale. It is a knell that summuns thee to heaven, or to hell

2 3361117

Macbeth. 21 11 369/2123 The dead man's knell is there scarce alk'd for whom And fo his knell is knoll'd

Ibid. 4) 3) 382,25

Ibid. To hear his knell rung out, his judgment—he was stirr’d with such an agony,he sweat

517 386227 extremely

Henry viii. 2 11 679145 Cause the musicians to play me that sad note I nam'd my knell

Ibid. 141 21 695 140 Talks like a knell

Coriolanus. 51 41 737 4140 Let's thake our heads, and say as 'twere a knell unto our master's fortunes, we have seen better days

Tim. of Arbens. 4 2) 819 1 41 Know. He knew me as his wife

Meaf. fir Meal.(511 Knife. That my keen knife see not the wound it makes

Macbeth. 1 sl 36711127 The edge of war, like an ill-theathed knife, no more shall cut his master i Henry iv. 1 1

44211 5 Knives have edges

Henry v. 2

51412122 Why, the devil, should we keep knives to cut one another's throats

Ibid. 2

1) 515148 From treason's secret knife, and traitors rage

2 Henry vi. 3. 5851-1 I wear no knife to Naughter sleeping men No doubt the murderous knife was dull and blunt, 'till it was whetted on thy stone hard heart

Richard it. 41 41.66112 They Nould invite them without knives; good for their meat, and safer for their lives

Timon of Athens. 1 Haft thou a knife, come let me see it, here Marcus, fold it in the oration T. And.41 O, there's a nobleman in town, one Paris, that would fain lay knife aboard R. 5.21 41 980 Do thou but call my resolution wise, and with this knife I'll help it presently Ibid. 41 I

999 Knight. No more was this knight, swearing by his honour, for he never had any

As You Like It.1 There lay he stretch'd along, like a wounded knight

Ibid.31 203 He is knight, dubb’d with unhack'd rapier, and on carpet confideration Tw. Nigbt.13 knight, good mother-Bafilisco like

K. Fubn.) 1 Ask yonder knight in arms, both who he is and why he cometh hither Ricb.ii.1 Thou art the knight of the burning lamp

1 Henry iv.13 He seems a knight, and will not any way dishonour me

i Henry vi. 51 4 Arise a knight; and learn this leffon, -draw thy sword in right

3 Henry vi. 2

5 I will go eat with thee, and see your knights

Troilus and Crel.14

Cymbeline. 5 5 Arise my knights o' the battle

Lear.1 With reservation of an hundred knights, by you to be sustain'd Knights of the Garter were of noble birth; valiant and virtuous, full of haughty courage

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Tempeft.13 31 1512148 - He shall not knit a knot in his fortunes, with the finger of my substance

Merry Wives of Windfir.13

591242 Midf. Night's Driam. 4

1911147 These couples shall eternally be knit

Ibid. 51

Il 1941|18 Thy stones with lime and hair knit up in thee

King John.12

3941142 France, thall we knit our powers

Ibid. 3 1 398132 This royal hand and mine are newly knit

2'Hen. iv. 41 I 494 1 52 And knit our powers to the arm of peace

i Henry vi. 5 2 565125 The earl of Armagnac, near knit to Charles

2 Henry vi. 3 1 58311148 He knits his brow and thews an angry eye

3 Henry vi. 3

2618136 The widow likes him not, she knits her brows

Ant. and Cleop.12 775220
To knit your hearts with an unnipping knot

Ibid. 2) 61 78011 I
Then is Cæfar and he for ever knit together
O, let me teach you how to knit again this scatter'd corn into one mutual sheaf

Tit. Andronicus. 5! 31 854 159
Troilus and Credit

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Otbello. I 3 1050222 And I confess me knit to thy deserving with cables of perdurable toughness

Hen. v.3) 652426 Knobs. His face is full of bubukles, and whelks and knobs and Aames of fire

Tempeft 1 Kno The cry did knock against my very heart

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Measure for Measure. 2 Go to your bosom; knock there

2 257 2115 me at this gate, and rap me well, or I'll knock your knave's pate Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 1 What's he that knocks as he would beat down the gate

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Winter's Tale. 41 2 34812142 Gallows and knock, are too powerful on the highway

Hen. r. 2 I have an humour to knock you indifferently well

5151 8 The knocks are too hot

Ibid.

3 We must have knocks; ha! must we not

Richard i 5 3 665 226 Let the musick knock it

Henry viii. 1

41 67812148 Whether to knock against the gates of Rome, or rudely visit them in parts remote Cor. 41 51 7292 31 To knock out an honest Athenian's brains

Timon of Atb. 1 To the court I'll knock her back

Cymbeline. 31 59122 31 A thing more Navish did I ne'er, than answering a Nave without a knock

9151154 Knocked. 'Twere good you knock'd him

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 4

2912 47 Knog. I will knog his urinals about his knave's coftard

Merry W. of Windh. 31 1

58118 I will knog your urinals about your knave's cogscombs

Ibid.

13 Let us knog our prains together

591 10 Knot. His arms in this sad knot

Tempejt.1 Trust me, a good knot

Merry W. of Winajir. 3 He shall not knit a knot in his fortunes with the finger of my substance

Ibid.

3 There's a knot, a gang, a pack, a conspiracy against me

Ibid.

4 To see a king transformed to a knot

Love's Labor Luft. 41 3 162127 Her knots disorder'd

Richard ii. 31 4 43012159
His ancient knot of dangerous adversaries to-morrow are let blood at Pomfret castle

Ricbard i11.3
So often Mall the knot of us be call’d the men that gave their country liberty 7. Cæjar. 31 1753 138
As knots, by the confiux of meeting sap infect the sound pine Troil. and Crela :
And with another knot, five-finger-tied
To knit their souls in self-figur'd knot

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I'll have this knot knit up to-morrow morning

Romeo and Juliet. 41 2 99111124
Or keep it as a cistern for foul toads to knot and gender in

Othello.

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i Henry iv. 2 41 4532135 I know not that, when he knows what I know

Meal. för Meaj. 2 80

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Winter's Tale. 4 31 3541115 - To know my dced, 'Twere beft not know myself

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Knowing. Let him be entertain'd among you, as suits with gentlemen of your know-

Truilus and Craffida. 2 31 869119
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