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A, S. P. C. L. Ruminate. Then she plots, then the ruminates, then the devises Merry Wives of Wind.122 And inly ruminate the morning danger

Henry v. 41cb 527 1 16 I may resolve and ruminate my grief

i Henry vi. 5| 6570126 'Twas dangerous for him to ruminate on this so far


2 67611 32 Strange plots of dire revenge

Titus Andronicus. 5. 2 851 2158 likes an hostess, that hath no arithmetic but her brain, to set down her reckoning

Troilus and Crefida. 3 3 877 112 As thou doft ruminate; and give thy worst of thoughts the worst of words Dibello. 3 3 106012150 Ruminated. But what I know is ruminated, plotted, and set down i Henry iv. 1 31 447 228 'Tis a studied, not a present, thought by duty ruminated

Ant. and Cleop. 21 21 77512 33 Rumination. My often rumination wraps me in a most humourous sadness As You L. 11.41 1 2411253 Rumour. I will be gone; that pitiful rumour may report my flight, to consolate thine ear

Ail's Well. 31 2 29.112132 But this from rumour's tongue I idly heard

K. Jobr. 4 2 4041131 painted full of tongues, D. P.

Induc. to 2 Henry iv. 473 characterized

Ibid.) 473 11 2 doth double, like the voice and echo, the numbers of the fear'd 2 Henry iv. 31 1 48812 45 Let every feeble rumour Thake your hearts

Coriolanus. 3 31 725256 Rump-fed. Aroint thee, witch! the rump-fed ronyon cries

Macbeth. 1 3 364/25 Run. I will run no bare humour

Merry W. of Windsor. 3 1912 19 If I serve not him, I will run as far as God has any ground Mercb. of Venice. 2

2 203 219 I would give a thousand pounds I could run as fast as thou canst i Henry iv. 2 41 453115 That runs o' horse-back up a hill perpendicular

Ibid.2.4) 454 2 46 What need's thou ran so many miles about, when thou may'st tell thy tale the nearest way

Ricbard iii. 41 41 663/247 We may out-run, by violent (wistness, that which we run at, and lose by overrunning

Henry viii, 1 1 673)2 8 I am sorry, that the Duke of Buckingham is run in your displeasure


11 2 67512 10 Runagate. White-liver'd runagate

Ricbard in. 41 4663 2,53 More noble than that runagate to your bed

Cymbeline. 1 7900219 Run-a-tilt at death within a chair

i Henry vi. 3. 2 5571 Runaway. Thou runaway, thou coward, art thou fed

Mids. Nigłe's Dr.3/ 2 188 2 46 Spread thy close curtain, love-performing night! that runaway's eyes may wink

Rom. ard Jui. 3 2 9832737 Runner. 'Tis sport to maul a runner

Ant. and Cleop.41 7 792 2:46 Running. And, starting fo, he seem'd in running to devour the way 2 Hiri, iv. 1

1 474 151 Running banquet

. Some of these should find a running banquet ere they rested H. viii. 11 41.6771214 Rupture. It is a rupture that you may easily heal

Mias. for Meaf:31

Troilo and Crell. s I
Rufbes. In which cage of rulhes, I am sure, you are not a prisoner As You Like It.31 2 23712 54
The ruthes strew'd

Tam. of the Sbrew.4 126712 31
As Tibs rush for Tom's fore-finger

All's Will.2 22851 51 Something rare, even then will rush to knowledge

Winter's Tale.31 1344 1 12 A rush will be a beam to hang thee on

K. Joon. 431 406|2 39 She bids you upon the wanton rulhes lay you down

1 Henry iv. 31

459L14 More rushes

2 Henry iv. 5 5 506I's Our gates, which yet seem fut, we have but pinn'd with rushes Corislonus.1 41 708 1136 And spurns the rush that lies before him

Ant. and Cleep. 31 51 784.236 Our Tarquin thus did softly press the rulhes, ere he waken’d the chastity he wounded

Cymbeline. 21.2902 1,27 Let wantons, light of heart, tickle the senseless rushes with their heels Rom. & Fuld 1 4 972 1:52 Man but a rush against Othello's breast, and he retires

Oibells. 51 2107812 47 Rush-candie. If you please to call it a rulh-candle, henceforth I vow it Mall be so for

Tam. of ibe Shrew.41 5 27311 3.6
Rufhd. Thy fault our law calls death; but the kind prince, taking thy part, hach ruth'd
aside the law

Romico and Juliel. 3 31 98511'51
Rufling. Smelling so sweetly (all musk) and so rusling Merry Wives of Windfor.212 54 2 13
Rullia. This will last out a night in Rusia, when nights are longest there M. fur Meall21
Rujions. And are apparell d thus, like Muscovites or Rullians Love's Lab. L. 5216711 25
A mess of Rusians left us but of late

Ibid. 5 2 36912,17
Ruf I were better to be eaten to death with a ruft, than to be scour'd to nothing with
perpetual motion

2 Henry iv. 1

21 4781 13 Ruftically. He keeps me ruftically at home

As You Like It. I 1223 1.12 Ruftick revery

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A.S. P. Rustling The taylor stays thy leisure, to deck thy body with his rulling treasure

Tam. of rbe Sbrew.41 31 271 - in unpaid for filk

Cymbeline. 31 31 908
Rusy. Who in this dull and long continu'd truce is rusty grown

Troi. and Crep 11 31 864
Do they grow rusty
Rub. Would the nobility lay aside their ruth, and let me use my sword

Cor. 11 11 705
Ruthful. O, that my death would stay these ruthful deeds

3 Henry vi. 25 614 Villanies ruthful to hear, yet piteously perform'd

Titus Andronicus. 511 851 Spur them to ruthful work, rein them from ruth

Troilus and Crer 51 31 887 Rutblejs Naughters

i Henry vi. 5 5 569 The ruthless flint doth cut my tender feet

2 Henry vi. 21 41 582

3 Henry vi. 14) 609 queen And what is Edward but a ruthless fea

630 butchery

Richard üi. 4 3 658

Titus Andronicus. 2 1 837
The woods are ruthless, dreadful, deaf and dull
Forc'd in the ruthless, vast, and gloomy woods ?-fee, see!

Ibid.41 11 845
Rutland, Earl of. D. P.

3 Henry vi.


Merry W. of Windsor. 51 51 ?! Rut-time. Send me a cool rut-time

All's Well. 4) 3) 29€ Ruttish. Count Roufillon, a foolish idle boy, but for all that very ruttish

Tempert. 41 1


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SABBATH. And by our holy sabbath have I sworn

Sables. Then let the devil wear black, for I'll have a suit of fables
Sable filver'd. It was, as I have seen it in his life, a sable filver'd
Sack. Your hearts are mighty, your skins are whole, and let burnt fack be the iftue

Merry Wives of Wind. 3) 1
Go fetch me a quart of fack, put a toast in it

5 That huge bombard of sack

4) 45
Wherein is he good, but to taste sack and drink it
But the lack that thou hast drunk me, would have bought me lights as good cheap 16.3 346
There's that will fack a city
Our sacks, shall be a mcans to sack the city

5) 31 47 I'll either make thee stoop, and bend thy knce, or fack this country with a mutiny Ibid. 3 22 55

And fack great Rome with Romans
Sack-and-Jugar. What says Sir John Sack-and-sugar

If fack and sugar be a fault, God help the wicked

4 45 Sackerson. I have seen Sackerson loose twenty times, and have taken him by the chain Sacrament. I'll take my facrament on't

May know wherefore we took the sacrament
But ere I last received the facrament I did confess it

You shall not only take the sacrament to bury mine intents, but also to effect what-
ever I shall happen to devise

43 A dozen of them here have ta’en the facrament, and interchangeably set down their hands, to kill the king at Oxford

43 As we have ta'en the facrament, we will unite the ruhite rose, and the red 2

Sacrifice. Say that upon the altar of her beauty you sacrifice your tears, your lighs, your
O, the sacrifice ! how ceremonious, folemn, and unearthly it was i' the offering West:

They come like sacrifices in their trim
Crec fer patiently and inly ruminate the mornino

Henry iv.

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A.S. P. C.L. Sacrifcers. Let us be facrificers, but not butchers

Julius Cæfar.2 2 7471154 Sacrificial whisperings. Rain sacrificial whisperings in his ear

Timon of Arbens. 1 80412 5 Sacring-bell. I'll startle you worse than the sacring-bell

Henry viii. 3 21 6911154 Sad talk

Two Gent. of Verona. 1 3

26148 Why are you thus out of measure fad

M. Ado About Nothing. 11 31 12412135 Hand in hand in sad conference

Ibid. 1 3 12527

Ibid. 2 She is never fad but when she sleeps

1 1281152 - First were we sad, fearing you would not come, now fadder, that you come so unprovided

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 3) 2 265|224

Winter's Tale.41 31 35212 25 My father and the gentlemen are in sad talk He was not fad; for he would thine on those that make their looks by his Ant. & Cleo. 1 51 773125 And when you would say something that is sad, speak how I fell Henry viii. 2 1 68011160 You sad-fac'd men, people and sons of Rome, by uproar sever'd like a night of fowl| scatter'd by winds and high tempestuous gusts

Titus Andronicus. 51 31 854 155 hours seem long

Romeo and Juliet. 1 Il 9691142

Mu. Ado About Notb.13 2 133 11 9 Sadder. Methinks, you are fadder Saddles. Fallen out of their saddles into the dirt; and thereby hangs a tale T. of the Shrew. 4 1 267 2142 He comes continually to Pye-corner (saving your manhoods) to buy a saddle 2 H. iv./2

11 47012135 white Surrey for the field to-morrow

Richard it. 5) 31 666142

Mu. Ado About Notb.21 3) 1311124 Sadly. The conference was Sadly borne And with his spirit sadly I survive

2 Henry iv. 512 5032 14

Mucb Ado About Notb. 11 31 124/2 38 Sadness. Therefore the sadness is without limit Such a want-wit sadness makes of me

Mercb. of Venice. I 1 197110 - Causes for sadness from the confideration of wealth trusted in vefsels at sea

1 1972 1 He will prove a weeping philosopher when he grows old, because he is so full of unmannerly sadness in his youth

Ibid. Il 2 19912133 Charg'd my brother on his blessing, to breed me well; and there begins my sadness

As You Like It. 1

1 223 11 9 Too much sadness hath congeald your blood

Induc. to Tam. of the Sbrew.

2 254|237 Brothers, you mix your sadness with some fear

2 Henry iv. 51 2 502 21 S Tell me in sadness, who she is you love

Romeo and Juliet. 1 1 9691223 Safe discretion

Meas. for Meal: 1 7613 Safed. Best you safed the bringer out of the host

Ant. and Cleop.141 6792 219 Safer. The safer sense will ne'er accommodate his master thus

Lear. 41

95712 5 Safety. The heavens give safety to your purposes

Meal. for Meal: 11.1
For he that steeps his safety in true blood, shall find but bloody safety, and untrue

King Jobu. 31 41 401 2110
Deliver him to safety

Ibid. 41 2 404127 To seek (weet safety out in vaults and prisons

Ibid. 512 409120 And, in conclufion, drove us to seek out this head of safety

1 Henry in. 41 3 46716 What I have done my fafety urg'd me to

Ibid. 51 51 4722 13 Such safety finds the trembling lamb, environed with wolves

3 Henry vi. I

Hamlet. 1
Best safety lies in fear

3 1004 2128 Saffron wings

Tempeft. 41 1 17112 face

Comedy of Errors. 41 4 115/230 Whose villainous faffron would have made all the unbak'd and doughy youth of a nation in his colour

All's Well. 41 5 30011151 I must have saffron to colour the warden pies

Winter's Tale. 41 2 34911 Sagg. Shall never sagg with doubt

Macberb. 5 31 384 1139 Sagittary. The dreadful fagittary appals our numbers

Trois and Cred: 51 51 8891115 Lead to the Sagittary the raised search

Orbelio. I 110451 46 Send for the lady to the Sagittary

Ibid. 1 31048129 Said. When I have said, make answer to us both

K. Jobn. 2 39212 41 Had I but said, I would have kept my word

2 Henry vi. 31 2 589 2 32 Sails. We have laugh'd to see the fails conceive, and grow big-bellied with wanton wind

Midj. Nigbt's Dream. 2
And fail upon the land

2 1801142 Will you hoist fail, Sir ? here lies your way

Twelfth Nigbr. 1 5 312 1150 How many nobles then should hold their places, that must strike fail to spirits of vile sort

2 Henry iv. 5 2 502 1117 - I will keep my state, be like a king, and shew my sail of greatness, when I do rouse me in my throne of France

Henry v. 1 2 5132 13 - Now Margaret must strike her fail, and learn a while to serve, where kings command

Henry vi.131 3 619 142

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A, S. P. Sail. Than bear so low à fail, to strike to thee

3 Henrý vi: 51 628 how thou canst, have wind and tide thy friend

Ibid. 5) 1 628 - Forgive my fearful fails

Ånt, and Clep:13 9 787 Sail-maker. Thy father?-Oh, villain!-he is a sail-maker in Bergamo

T. of tbe Sb.51 11 274
Sailors. D. P. Twelfth Nighi, p. 307.

D. P. Hamlet, p. 999. D. P. Orbello.
Sain. That hath before been sain

Love's Labor Loft.3 11 155
Saints. Great men may jest with saints ; 'tis wit in them ; but in the less foul profana-

Meal. for Meas:1212 84 Oh, cunning enemy, that, to catch a faint, with saints doth bait thy hook

Ibid. (21 2 84 From all corners of the earth they come to kiss this frine, this mortal breathing saint

Merchant of Venice.2 71 206 She call'd the saints to surety

Air's Well. 5) 3) 303 Canoniz'd and worship'd as a saint, that takes away by any secret course thy hateful life

K. John. 3) 1 397 My subjects, for a pair of carved saints

Ricbardi. 3 3 429 And seem a faint, when most I play the devil

Richard M. 1 31 649 She must die, the must, the saints must have her

Henry vii. 51 41 705 For saints have hands that pilgrims hands do touch

Rom. and 5197 A damned saint

Ibid. 3 2 St. Colmes' incb. Till he disbursed at St. Colmes' inch, ten thousand dollars to our general ure

Macbeth.lo 2 Sainted king

Ibid. 41 31 38 Salamander. I have maintain'd that salamander of yours with fire, any time this two and thirty years

i Henry iv. 3 3 46

Mer. of Venice.
Salanio. D. P.

19 Salarino. D. P.

Ibid. 19 Sale. The other is not a thing for sale, and only the gift of the gods

Cymbeline. 15189 I raw him enter such a house of sale, (videlicet, a brothel)

Hamlet. 2

As You Like It. 3) 5 24
Sale-work. The ordinary of nature's sale-work

Mer. of Venice.
Salerio. D. P.

19 - D.P. Ricbard ii. p. 413.

- D.P. Hen.v. Salisbury, Lord. D.P. K. Jobn, p. 387.

50 D.P. i Henry vi. p. 543.

D. P. 2 Henry vi. p. 571.

3 Hen. vi. 6c

i Henry vi. 1 41 54 shot when overlooking Orleans, his character - honours paid to his memory Saique. Why the law Salique, that they have in France, or should, or should not, bar

Henry voli
us in our claim

No woman shall fucceed in Salique land
Which Salique, as I said, 'twixt Elbe and Sala, is at this day in Germany called-

Ibid. 1
Šalique laws explained

25 Sallads. 'Twas a good lady! we may pick a thousand sallads, ere we light on such

another herb Sallad days. My fallad days, when I was green in judgment Salat . She was the sweet marjoram of the fallat, or, rather, the herb of grace All's Wel1.41 $ 3€

2 Henry vi. 4/10 59 Sallet. I think this word fallet was born to do me good

But for a fallet, my brain-pan had been cleft with a crow's-bill

And now the word fallet must serve us to feed on
- One faid, there were no fallets in the lines, to make the matter savoury
Sally. When you fally upon him, speak what terrible language you will

No notes of sally, for the heavens, sweet brother
Sálmons. 'Tis so like as my fingers is to my fingers, and there is salmons in both
To change the cod's head for the salmon's tail

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All's Well. 51 51 30 Ant. and Clcop. 1 5 77

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A. S. P. C. L. Salt-petre. That it was great pity, so it was, that villainous falt-petre hould be digg'd out of the bowels of the harmless earth

i Henry iv. 1] 3 4452 36

Troilus and Cressida. 1) 31 865113 Salt-fcorn. In the pride and salt-fcorn of his eyes Sali-water-girdle. You mall find us in our salt-water-girdle : if you beat us out of it, it is yours

Cymbeline. 3 1 907|119

Winter's Tale. 41 Saltiers. They call themselves faltiers, and they have a dance

352 2:45 Salvation. It were pity but they should suffer salvation, both body and soul M. A. Áb. N. 3 3 134/11

All's Well.4) 3 29911 56 Sir, for a quart d'ecu he will sell the fee-limple of his falvation Salve. No salve in the male

Love's Labor Lift. 3 1 1552, I Some salve for perjury

Ibid. 4 3 1631

4 May falve, the long grown wounds of my intemperance

1 Henry iv. 31

4611 42 You may salve fo, not what is dangerous present, but the loss of what is part Cor.31 2 7232 23 Salute. There 's not a man I meet, but doth salute me

Comedy of Errors. 41 31 114140 'Would I had no being, if this salute my blood a jot

Henry vii. 21 31 683222

As You Like II. 2481125 Salutation and greeting to you all

Lear. 41 Samphire. Half way down hangs one that gathers samphire ; dreadful trade

956228 Samingo

2 Henry iv. 51 3 504 2137 Sample. A sample to the youngest

Cymbeline. 1 894118 Sampler. Both on one sampler, fitting on one cushion, both warbling of one song, both in one key

Midf. Night's Dream. 3) 2187113 Sampson. What great men have been in love ? Sampson

Love's Lab. Loft.1 2 1511 - O well-knit Sampson ! strong jointed Sampson

Ibid. 11 21 1511 5 For none but Sampsons, and Goliafles, it fendeth forth to firmith i Henry vi. 1 2 5452138 - I am not Sampfon, nor Sir Guy, nor Colbrand, to mow 'em down before me

H. viii. 5 31 701112 D. P.

Rcineo and Jul! 967

Coriclanus. 41 5 739130 Sanerifies himself with 's hand Sanétimonicus. Thou concludelt like the sanctimonious pirate Meal. for Mol. 2 Sanctimor.y. If fan&imony be the god's delight

Troilus and Cril: 5 2 886 2145 If sanctimony and a frail vow, betwixt an erring Barbarian and a fuper-subtle

Otbello. 1 3.10501245 Venetian Sanctity. In pure white robes, like very fanctity, she did approach my cabin where I

Winter's Tale. 3! 3) 346/212 lay Sanktuarize. No place, indeed, mould murder sanctuarize

Hamlet. 41 7103212 15

Mu. Ado About Notb.2 1 127 2130 Sanétuary. A man may live as quiet in hell as in a sanctuary • The queen your mother, and your brother York, have taken fanctuary Rietardi. 3 | 6481156 - God in heaven forbid we should infringe the holy privilege of bleffed sanctuary 16. 3


648 Oft have I heard of fanctuary men; but fanctuary children, ne'er till now

2 37 Sand. Stairs of land

Merebant of Venice. 3 2 - Alas, poor duke, the task he undertakes, is-numbering sands, and drinking oceans

Richard ii. 2 dry

2 424 1 21 The funds are number'd, that make up my life

3 Henry vi. 1 4 607 2 57 - One land another not more refembles

Cymbeline. 5 5 9251 Sands, Lord. D. P. Henry viii. p. 671. — Sir William. D. P.

671 Sanguine. This fanguine coward

i Henry iv. 21 4 4532152

Tirus Andronicus. 41 2 847 1 39 - Ye sanguine shallow hearted boys Sanguine fiar. Guiderius had upon his neck a mole, a fanguine Atar Cymbeline. 5 5 927 7162

Love's L. Lift. 41 1 158 2131 Sanguis. The deer was, as you know fanguis, in blood Sans fable, me herself revil'd you there

Comedy of Errors. 414 1152 45 -, I pray you

Love's Lab. Loft. 5 2 1701123 intermiffion

As You Like It.271 232 227 - teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, fans every thing

Ibid. 2 7 2332146 Sap. There is some fap in this

Winter's Tale: 41 31 355 1125 of reafon

Henry vini. I Sapient. Thou, fapient fir, fit here

Lear. 31 6 9501147 Suples age

1 Herry vi.41 5 56311 2 Sapling. Mine arm is like a blasted fapling, wither'd up

Richard ii. 31 41 6522 1 · Peace, tender fapling

Titus Andronicus.31 2 844 225 Sappbires.

Comedy of Errors. 3 2 Sarcenet. And givest fuch farcenet surety for thy oaths, as if thou never walkidit further than Finthury

1 Henry iv. 3 1 459 2110 Satan, avoid ! I charge thee, tempt me not

Comedy of Errors. 4 31 1141229 Master, is this mistress Satan

Ibid. 41 31 1141230 Talk'd of Satan, and of limbo, and of furies

All's Well.. 30515 Falstaff, that old white-bcarded Satan

Hežry iv. 21 41 455 11 9


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