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A.S. P. C.L. 2 Henry vi.141 2 5932

12113 Lawyers. The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers

Tim. of Aib. 4 3 8212 5 - Crack the lawyer's voice, that he may never more false title pleid - I will make one of her women lawyer to me;; for I yet not understand the case

Cymbeline. 2 3 9031/47

Lear. I 41 936124
It is like the breath of an unfee'd lawyer; you gave me nothing for't

Romeo and Juliet.1 4 972 243
O'er lawyer's fingers, who straight dream of fees

Hamlet. 5| 1 1034/2
Why may not that be the scull of a lawyer? Where be his quiddits now
Lays. That she will light to listen to their lays, and never mount to trouble you again

2 Henry vi. I 3 57611

Ibid. 5) 26012120 - A dreadful lay!-address thee instantly On him I lay what you would lay on me, the right and fortune of his happy stars

Richard iii. 31 76551215 his finger on his temple

Henry viii. 3 2 6891220
l'll cheer up my difcontented troops, and lay for hearts

Timon of Arbens. 3 5 817 146
I will have it no lay 5 897 2 45
Othello. 2

3 1057 2 59
My fortune against any lay worth naming
Lay-by. Got with swearing-lay by; and spent with crying-bring in i Henry iv. 1 2 443 1132
Lay'd. All the country is lay'd for me

2 Henry vi. 4110 5981148

Hen. vii. I Lay-tboughts. Had my lord Cardinal but half my lay-thoughts in him

4 6772113 Lazar. Fetch forth the lazar kite of Cressid's kind

Henry v. 2 1 515131
She never shrowded any but lazars

Troil. and Cred: 2 3) 86812154
For I care not to be the louse of a lazar, so I were not Menelaus

18842 46 Lazar-like.

Hamlet. I 5 10071217 Lazarus. Slaves as ragged as Lazarus in the painted cloth, where the glutton's dogs lick'd his fores

1 Henry iv. 41 2 46512 5 Lazy-pacing clouds

Romeo and Juliet. 2

975 2133 Leach. Make each prescribe to other, as each other's leach

Timon of Aibens. 5) 682912127 Learberies. He is full of leacheries and iniquity

Merry W. of Windsor. 5 5

72131 Lead. In God's name, lead; your king's name be obey'd

3 Henry vi. 3 Il 617 1151 'Tis best to give him way; he leads himself

Lear. 2

4 9452 53 Left his ungovern'd rage diffolve the life that wants the means to lead it Ibid. 41 41 9552153 Lead, [metal.] As swift as lead, fir

Love's Labor Lof.3

Thou meagre lead, which rather threat'nest, than doft promise aught Mer. of Ven. 3 2102132
I am as hot as molten lead, and as heavy too; Heaven keep lead out of me i H.iv. 5 3 4701133
All the rest turn'd on themselves like dull and heavy lead

2 Henry iv. 1

- Let us be lead within thy bosom, Richard, and weigh thee down to ruin, shame, and

Ricbard in. 51 31 667/145
Swims with fins of lead

Coriolanus. 01
Feather of lead

1 705 1136

Romeo and Juliet.1 1969 1
In leaden contemplation, have found out such fiery numbers Love's Lab. L. 41 31 1632 37
Then leaden age, quicken'd with youthful spleen, and warlike rage
If he be leaden, icy, cold, unwilling; be thou so too

i Henry vi. 41 6 563 2,10

Richard iii. 3
To you our swords have leaden points

I have this while with leaden thoughts been pressid

Jul. Cæfar. 3 1 7532 43 Leaden Slumber. Left leaden Number poize me down to-morrow

Othello. 31 4 1066/2/18 Leading. I wonder much, being men of such great leading as you are, that you see not

Richard . S 31 66612133 what impediments drag back our expedition Leaf. Why wither not the leaves, that want their sap

1 Henry iv. 41 31 4661 36 When great leaves fall, then winter is at hand

Richard iii. 2 26451239
. There is such a league between my good man and he

Ibid. 2 31 647 1127
With league, whore date 'till death shall never end

Merry W.of Wind. 3 2

59147 And the conjunction of our inward souls marry'd in league

Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 31 2

188/21 6 You peers continue this united league

1 3981134 wow princely Buckingham Seal thou this league, with thy embracement to my wife's

Richard ii. 2

11 644 1 8 Now has he crack'd the league between us and the Emperor, the queen's great

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Leans. She leans me out at her mistress's chamber window Mu. Ado About Nob. 31 3) 1351439 Los
The lives of all your loving complices lean on your health

2 Henry iv. 1 | 4754159
Yon Cassius has a lean and hungry look; he thinks too much: such men are dan-

Julius Cæfar. 1) 2 744116 What shalt thou expect, to be depender on a thing that leans

Cymbeline. 1 6 89812 27 For every thing is seal'd and done that else leans on the affair

Hamler. 4 3 102726 Leander. How young Leander cross'd the Hellefpont

Two Gent. of Verona. Il 1 23123 the good iwimmer

Mu. Ado Ab. Notbing: 5) 2 144215
He would have liv'd many a fair year, though Hero had turn'd nun As You Like It. 41 242/2/15
Lean'd. 'Twere good, you lean'd unto his sentence, with what patience your wisdom
may inform you

Cymbeline. 1 2 894 4159
Leanness. Whose large style agrees not with the leanness of his purse 2 Henry vilt 1572 2732
Lean-witred. Thou a lunatic lean-witted fool

Richard i. 2 1 421|1| I Leap. How will he triumph, leap, and laugh at it

Love's Labor Lef. 431 16218 Our king being ready to leap out of himself for joy of his found daughter Wi's T. 5) 2) 360159 Methinks it were an easy leap, to pluck bright honour from the pale fac'd moon

i Henry iv.1 3447 18 I should quickly leap into a wife

Henry v. 5 2 539-63 If Cæsar please, our master will leap to be his friend

Ant. and Cleop.3(11788|2|44 For all beneath the moon I would not leap upright

Lear. 4) 6956241 O, bid me leap, rather than marry Paris, from off the battlements of yonder tower

Romeo and Juliet. 4) 1 9902) 3 Leaped. He parted frowning from me, as if ruin leap'd from his eyes

Henry vii. 31 269012/13 Leap-frog. If I could win a lady at leap-frog

Henry v. 51 3 539 160 Leaping time. And turn'd my leaping time into a crutch, than have seen this

Comb. 4 2 916 2 44 LZAR, KING.

9291 -'s imprecation on Gonerill

Lear. 1) 4) 937 2124 Learn. Are you yet to learn, what late misfortune hath befallen king Edward 3 H. vi. 41 41 624233 Learned. With a learned spirit of human dealings

Ot bello.) 3) 31062)2
Learning. Inconveniences from want of

Tempeft. -
Ill use made of it by Caliban

Ibid.Il 2

51213 - is but an adjunct to ourself

Love's Lab. Loft.4 31 163/213 Here let us breathe, and happily institute a course of learning, and ingenious studies

Taming of the Sbrew.1) 1 255)1 - O this learning! what a thing it is

Ibid. I 21 25812 a mere hoard of gold kept by a devil; till fack commences it, and sets in act and use

2 Henry iv. 41 31 4971 I did enquire it; and have my learning from some true reports Ant. and Cleo.2 21 77412 There will little learning die then that day thou art hang'a

Tim. of Atb. 2

2] 810 Puts to him all the learning that his time could make him the receiver of


Il 894 Leas. Dry up thy marrows, vines, and plough-torn leas

Tim. of Atb. 4) 3) 822 Lease. That they are out by lease

Two Gent. of Verona. 51 2 42 Five years! by’r lady a long lease for the clinking of pewter

i Henry iv.) 2) 4) 451 Leash. Not following my leash unwillingly

Winter's Tale. 41 31 354 I am sworn brother to a leash of drawers

i Henry iv.2 4 454 Leashed like hounds, nould famine, sword and fire, crouch for employment Hen, v. 1 D. 509 Leasing. Now Mercury indue thee with leasing

Twelfth Nigbi. 11 5 31

( And in his praise have almost stamp'd the leasing

Coriolanus. 5)

73 Leather. . If I lart in this service, you must cafe me in leather

Comedy of Errors.12
He that went like a bass-viol in a case of leather
Learber aprens.
The Nobility think scorn to go in leather aprons 2 Henry vi. 4 2

Leather coats.
There is a dish of leather coats for you

2 Hinry iv. 51 315 Leather jerkin. A plague of opinion ! a man may wear it on both sides like a leather ierkin

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A. S. P. C. L. Leave. You'll leave your noise, anon

Henry viii. 51 31 700|2/47 - your gaping

Ibid. 5 3 709 249 your tears

Coriolanus. 4

11 726/1/23 That I might so have rated my expence, as I had leave of means Tim. of Atbens. 2 2) 811 2) 7 It is the pastor lards the brother's fides, the want that makes him leave Ibid. 41 3 819236 to plead my deeds

Titus Andronicus. I

2 8352130 What some men do, while some men leave to do

Troi. and Crel 331 8761 1 I will rather leave to see Hector, than not to dog him

Ibid. 5 1 885132 He hath, my lord, wrung from me my low leave, by laboursome petition Hamlet. 1

2 1002 1/14 Leave-taking. Therefore to horse ; and let us not be dainty of leave-taking, but shirt away

Macberb. 21 31 3721130 Leaven. Speak then, thou unsalted leaven

Troi. and Cred2 So thou Posthumus, wilt lay the leaven on all proper men

Cymbeline. 31 41 909 250 Leaven'd. We have with a leaven'd and prepared choice proceeded to you Mea. for Mea. i Leavy. Since summer first was leavy

Mu. Ado About Nob. 2) 3) 129/2 54 Le Beau. D.P.

As You Like It. 223 Lecber. I will now take the lecher

Mer. W. of Winds. 3 5

64/2/30 You, like a lecher, out of whorith loins are pleas'd to breed out your inheritors

Troilus and Creffida. 4 1 878143 Now a little fire in a wild field, were like an old lecher's heart

Lear. 31 41 9491

6 The wren goes to't, and the small gilded Aily does lecher in my fight


9572 40 Lecbery. A little more lenity to lechery would do no harm in Him Meas. for Meal: 32

911 s The vice is of great kindred, it is well ally'd

911110 We have recover'd the most dangerous piece of lechery that ever was known in the commonwealth

Mu. Ado Ab. Notb.31 3 13521 I defy lechery

Twelftb Nigbr. 1 31 311 225 Effect of drinking on lechery described

Macbeth.2) 3) 370 2 47 A man can no more separate age and covetoufness, than he can part young limbs and lechery

2 Henry iv. 1 2 478125 Nothing but lechery! all incontinent var

Troi. and Cri]:15

885134 Still wars and lechery, nothing else holds fashion

Ibid. 5 2 887 146 Yet, in a sort, lechery eats itself

Ibid. 5 4 8882 56 Lestures. And see you read no other lectures to her

Tam.of the Sbrew. 1 2 258 239 Leda. You were also, Jupiter, a swan, for the love of Leda

M. W. of Wind. 5 5

711147 Fair Leda's daughter had a thousand wooers

Ibid. 1 2 2592 24 Leck. I'll knock his lcek about his pate upon St. David's day

Henry v. 4) 1 5272 51 · But why wear you your leek to-day

Ibid. 5. 1 537 140 To eat look you, this leek; because look you, you do not love it


5) 3 537 2 10 I pray you fall to; if you can mock a leek, you can eat a leek

Ibid. 5 1 537 2 24 Leer of invitation

Merry W. of Windsor. 1 3 491

49 1 37 He hath a Rosalind of a better leer than you

As You Like It. 41 1 242 141 I will leer upon him as 'a comes by

2 Henry iv. 5 5 5061 12 I will no more trust him when he lçers, than I will a serpent when he hisses

Troilus and Cred: 5 1 885 126 Here is a young lad fram'd of another leer

Titus Andronicus. 41 21 847 1 62 Lect. And say you would present her at the leet

Induc. to Tam.of ibe Sbrew. 2) 25411 32 Who has a breast so pure, but some uncleanly apprehensions keep leets and law days

Orbello. 3) 31061 1 6 Left. Search for a jewel, that too casually hath left mine arm

Cymbeline. 2 3 9041 S Legacy. No legacy is so rich as honesty

All's Well. 3 5 2922 Legerity. And newly move with casted Nough and fresh legerity

Henry v.14) 152712-17 'Leges. Nay, 'tis no matter, what he 'leges in Latin

Taming of the Sbrew. 1 2 2572 35 Legion. If all the devils in hell be drawn in little, and Legion himself pofseft him, yet I will speak to him

Twelfth Nigbr. 3) 41 3232 S Legitimate. I will prove it legitimate, fir, upon the oaths of judgment and reason Ibid. 312 3212 12 Sirrah, your brother is legitimate

King Fobn. 1 3882 36 As to the legitimate : fine words-legitimate !

Lear. 1 21 932 2.46 Legitimation, name, and all is gone

King Jobr. 1 il 390 1127 Legs. As proper a man as ever went on four legs

Tempeft. 22

11/1 26 Four legs and two voices

II 158 - I am there before my legs

All's Well. 21 21 285241 My legs do better understand me, fire than I understand what you mean by bidding me taste my legs

Twelfth Nigbr. 3) 1 3202 19 - If my legs were two such riding-rods

K. Jobril

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de S. P. C.L.
Legs. Why have thosc banishid and forbidden legs, dar'd once to touch a dull of Eng-
land's ground

Richard ii. 21 31 4251116
Make a leg, and Bolingbroke saysmay
Because his legs are both of a bigners

Henry iv. 21 41 486|1|39
I thought, upon one pair of English legs did march three Frenchmen

Henry v.

31 525/4/4 A good leg will fall Thy leg a stick compared with this truncheon

2 Henry vil4/10 598|2|39 Your legs did better service than your hands

3 Henry vi.(21 21 612 1152 I came hither on my legs

Richard ii. 11 41 642125 They have all new legs, and lame ones

Henry viii. 11 3 6762/34 My legs, like loaded branches, bow to the earth, willing to leave their burden Ibid. 14 369412136 Our steed the leg

Coriolanus. 1 1 704|2|17 I doubt, whether their legs be worth the sums that are given for 'em Tim. of Atb. il 31 809|2|it His legs are for necessity, not for flexure

Truil. and Cre]:12 3 869 2 12 Leiceftor. At last with easy roads he came to Leicester

Henry vi. 41 21 694/2134 Leiger. Where you shall be an everlasting leiger

Meas. for Meas: 3871252 Which if he take, Mall quite unpeople her of leigers for her sweet

Cymbeline. | 61 89812151 Leisure. Pick'd leisure

Tempeßt. 5) ?

21)2 39 Wait for no man's leisure

Mu, Ado About Notb. I

3) 1241245 If your leisure served

Ibid. 32 1332111 I am sorry, that your leisure serves you not

Mercb. of Venice. 4 1 218|14 Which then our leisure would not let us hear

Ricbardi. Il il 4131412 Ere further leisure yield them further means

Ibid. 1 41 41912 Had you such leisure in the time of death to gaze upon these secrets of the deep R.i.341 64113 The leisure, and the fearful time cuts off the ceremonious vows of love

Ibid. 5) 3) 666)2

Titus Andronicus. 1 2 834
I'll truft, by leisure, him that mocks me once
Leman. As jealous as Ford, that search'd a hollow wall-nut for his wife's leman

Merry W. of Windsor. 41 2 67)
I sent thee fixpence for thy leman; hadit it

Twelfıb Nigbt. 21 31 3145 And drink unto the leman mine

2 Henry iv. 5) 31 504

Love's Labor Loft. 5
Lemon. A lemon; stuck with cloves

172 Lend. If God lend me life

Tam. of the Sbretu. 2279 O Lord that lends me life, lend me a heart replete with thankfulness

2 Henry vi. 1

1 57 favourable ear to our requests

Ricbard it.31 71 65 And lend my best attention

Cymbeline. 5 5 92
Lendings. Mowbray hath received eight thousand nobles, in name of lendings for your

Ricbard iz.)
highness' soldiers
Off, off, you lendings
You shall not grieve lending me this acquaintance

Coriolanus. 2
Lengtb. Leave nothing out for length

Ant. and Cleop-1452
So it must be, for now all length is torture
Lenity. When lenity and cruelty play for a kingdom, the gentlest gamefter is the
roonest winner

Henry v.316
Away to heaven, respective lenity, and fire-ey'd fury be my conduct now

Rumeo and Juliet. 3

Lenox. D.P.
Lent. You have lent him visitation

Meas. for Meas:13
Thall be as long again as it is

2 Henry vi. 4

Twelfth Nigbt. i
Lenten. A good lenten answer

Hamier. 2

Romeo and Juliet.
Lenten pye. No hare, fir; unless a hare, fir, in a lenten pye

Love's Lab. Loft. 3
L'envoy. The meaning of l'envoy

Mer. of Verice.
Leonardo. D. P.

M. Ado About Norb.
Leonato. D.P.
Epitaph on

Winter's Tale.
Leontes. D.P.

Richard ii. 1
Lecpards. Lions make leopards tame-yea, but not change their spots

Timon of them
'Wert thou a leopard, thou wert german to the lion

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A. $. P. C. Loe Leffer than a little

Coriolanus. 11 41 70811130 Lefon. Any hard lesson that may do thee good

Mu. Ado Abt. Norb. 1 1 124 124 My leffons make no mufick in three parts

Tam. of the Sbrew. 3 1 26457 Leffened. Could you not have told him, as you were leflon'd

Coriolanus. 2/ 3/ 71811125 Well haft thou leffon'd us; thus Thall we do

Titus Andronicus. 512 8522 44 Left you do repent

Meaj. for Meal 2 31

851119 Lets. What lets, but one may enter at her window

Two Gent. of Verona. 31 1 34 159 If nothing lets to make us happy

Twelfıb Night. 5 | 331|149 I'll give you my commission to let him there a month

Winier's Tale. 1 2 334 1156 But let him from my thoughts

i Henry iv. 1 il 4422123 My speech intreats that I may know the let

Henry v. 5 2 53812 37 By heaven I'll make a ghost of him that lets me

Hamlet. 1 4.10061225 If your name be Horatio, as I am let to know it is

Ibid. 4 6 1031111 Let alone. The let alone lies not in your good will

Lear. 5 31 963122 Lebargy. How are you come so early in this lethargy

Twelfth Night. I 5 311 2 24 So that in this time of lethargy, I pick'd and cut most of their festival purses Wi's T. 4 3 35512 24

Troilo and Creps 1 88442

The lethargy must have his quiet course: if not, he foams at mouth


I 10671231

Lear.111 41 937125 Lerbargy'd. Either his notion weakens, or his discernings are lethargy'd Lebe. Let fancy still my sense in Lethe steep

Twelfth Nigbr. 4 1 327 128 May this be wash'd in Lethe, and forgotten

2 Henry iv. 5 2 502 2 35 So in the Lethe of thy angry soul thou drown the sad remembrance of those wrongs

Richard i. 4. 4 6611231 Here thy hunters stand, fignid in thy spoil, and crimson'd in thy Lethe F. Cafar. 3 1 7541 20 'Till that the conquering wine hath steep'd our sense in soft and delicate Lethe

Antony and Cleop. 2778127 Duller thould'ft thou be than the fat weed that rots itself in ease on Lethe's wharf

Hamlet. 1 5 10071121 Letbe'd. That deep and feeding may prorogue his honour, even 'till a Lethe'd dulness

Antuny and Cleop. 2 1 7731252 Let A Nip. Before the game's afout, thou still let'st Nip

1 Henry iv.3447 232 Lefters. I likewise will visit thee with mine letters

Two Gent. of Verona. I 2411122
I have writ your letter, unto the secret nameless friend of yours
I'll be so bold to break the seal for once


13 34/2/24 At your important letters

Comedy of Errors. 51

1181115 Might you not know, she would do as she has done, by sending me a letter All's W. 3. 41 291 2162 Peruse that letter, you must not now deny it is your hand, write from it if you can

Twelfth Nigbr. 51 3321115

Orbello. I
Preferment goes by letter and affection, not by the old gradation

1 1044/16 I will steep this letter in sack, and make him eat it

2 Henry iv. 2 2 482217 Stanley, look to your wife: if the convey letters to Richmond, you mall answer it

Ricbard iii. 41 2658447 I heard no letter from my master, since I wrote him, Imogen was Nain Cymb. 41 2 91911156 Letters patents. Call in his letters patents that he hath by his attornies general to sue

Ricbard ii. 2 1421|2|33. Level. According to my description, level at my affection

Mer. of Venice. 1 2 199221 Out of the blank and level of my brain

Winter's Tale. 2 31 341224 My life stands in the level of your dreams

Ibid. 312 3442 43 consideration

2 Henry iv.2 1 480 2.16 And every thing lies level to our with


4 41 497213 - not to hit their lives

Ricbard iii.

41 41 I stood i' the level of a full charg'd confederacy

Henry viii. 1 167411163 With such accommodation and befort as levels with her breeding,

Othello. 113/1049/2/17 Lovers. Have you any levers to lift me up again, being down

i Henry iv. 21 21 449/2/12 Leviarban. Be thou here again, ere the Leviathan can swim a league Midf. Night's D. 2 2 1801227 As send precepts to the Leviathan to come alhore

Henry v. 31 3 522 | 7 Levies. And give away the benefit of our levies, answering us with our charge Cor. 5 5 73812 13 Levity. Our graver business frowns at this levity

Ant. and Cleop.12 778112/24 Elle might the world convince of levity as well my undertakings, as your counsels

Troilus and Crefida. 2 2 867 2151 Levy. Forthwith a power of English shall we levy

i Henry iv. 1 1 442 119 Lewd. But you must trouble him with lewd complaints

Richard iii. 1 3 63812 3 Lewdness. They may, cum privilegio, wear away the lag-end of their lewdness, and be Laugh'd at

Henry viii.(il 31 6771 4 X 3


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