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Buy, aby, pay for; (Grant DETECT, betray; II. ii. 143.

White,"by," from "abie" Q. DISANNULS, annuls, cancels; III. 1); V. i. 68.

iii. 81.

Done, done with, finished with; CALLET, a woman of bad charac

IV. i. 104. ter; II. ii. 145.

DonE HIS SHRIFT, heard the conCAPTIVATES, makes captive; I. iv. 115.

fession and granted absolu

tion; III. ii. 107. CASE, "if c.," if it be the case, if

Doubt, fear; IV. viii. 37. it happen; (F. 4, “In case); V. iv. 34.

DOUBTED, feared; IV. iii. 19. CHAFED, infuriated; II. v. 126.

DOWNRIGHT, straight down; I. i.

12. CHALLENGE, claim; IV. vi. 6. CHAMELEON, a kind of lizard

EAGER, bitter; II vi. 68. whose color changes; III. ii.

Ean, bring forth young (Ff. 1,

2, Eane”; Theobald, "yean"); 191.

II. v. 36. CHANNEL, gutter (Roderick

EFFUSE, effusion; II. vi. 28. conj. "kennel"); II. ii. 141.

EMBASSADE, embassy; CHARM, silence, as by a charm;

(Capell, V. v. 31.

from Qq., "embassage”); IV.

iii. 32. CHASE, pursuit, game; II. iv. 12. CHEERLY, cheerfully; V. iv. 2.

EMPTY, hungry; I. i. 268. CHID, driven by scolding; II. v.

ENCOUNTER, fight, combat; V. ii.

5. 17. CLOSE, secret; IV. v. 17.

ENLARGEMENT, release from con

finement; IV. vi. 5. COLORS, standards, ensigns; I. i.

EXTRAUGHT, extracted, derived; 91.

II. ii. 142. CONVEYANCE, trickery; III. iii.

160. CONVEY'D, carried off; IV. vi. 81.

FALCHION, scimitar, sword; I. iv.

12. Cony, rabbit (F. 1, “Connie,” F. 2, "Conny”); I. iv. 62.

FEAR, affright, terrify; III. iii.

226. COVERTURE, covert, shelter; (War

FEAR'd, affrighted, frightened; burton, "overture); IV. ii. 13.

(Rowe, "scar'd); V. ii. 2. DARRAIGN, range; II. ii. 72. FEARFUL, timorous, I. i. 25; II. ii. DAZZLE, “d. mine eyes,” are my 30; terrible, dreadful; II. ii. eyes dazzled ?; II. i. 25.

27. DEAREST, best, most precious; V. FENCE, defend, guard; II. vi. 75. i. 69.

FIGURES, reveals; II. i. 32. DECK, pack of cards; V. i. 44. FIRES, dissyllabic; II. i. 83. DELICATES, delicacies; I. v. 51. Foil, defeat; V. iv. 42. DEMEAN'D, behaved; I. iv. 7. Fondly, foolishly; II. ii. 38. DEPART, death, II. i. 110; depar- For, as regards; IV. iii. 48.

ture, going away, IV. i. 92. FORFEND, forbid; II. i. 191. DEPARTING, parting; II. vi. 43. FORGERY, lie, deception; III. iii. DESPITE, spite, malice; II. i. 59. 175.

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FORLORN; "a f.," an outcast; Icarus, the son of Dædalus, who,

(Collier MS., "all forlorn"); attempting to imitate the exIII. iii. 26.

ample of his father and fly on Forslow, delay; (Ff. 1, 2, "Fore- wings, was drowned (Ovid,

slow"; Ff. 3, 4, “Fore-slow”); Meta. viii.); V. vi. 21. II. iii. 56.

IMPALE, encircle; III. iii. 189. FORSPENT, exhausted; (Ff., IMPEACH, reproach; I. iv. 60.

Forespent; Rann (from INDIGESTED, shapeless; V. vi. 51.

Qq.), “Sore spent"); II. iii. 1. INFERRING, bringing forward; II. FORWARD OF, eager for; IV. viii. ii. 44. 46.

INJURIOUS, insulting, III. iii. 78; FRETTING, violently agitating; II. unjust, III. iii. 101. vi. 35.

INLY, inward; I. iv. 171. GALLANT,, spruce fellow; used

INVIOLABLE, not to be broken; II.

i. 30. ironically; V. v. 12. GALLIA, Gaul; V. iii. 8.

Irks; “it i.,” it pains; II. ii. 6. GHOSTLY, spiritual; III. ii. 107. LADE, ladle, bale out; III. ii. 139. Gin, snare; I. iv. 61.

LANE, passage; I. iv. 9. GOVERNMENT, self-control; I. iv. LAUND, lawn, glade; (Capell, 132.

"lawn”); III. i. 2. GRANT, granting, bestowing; III. LEVEL, aim; II. ii. 19. iii. 130.

LIME, join, cement; V. i. 84. HAND; "out of h.," at once; IV.

LIMED, caught by bird-lime; V.

vi. 13. vii. 63. HAPLY, fortunately; II. v. 58.

'Long, along of, owing to; (Ff., HARD-FAVOR'D, hard-featured,

"long); IV. vii. 32. ugly; V. v. 78.

MACHIAVEL, used proverbially for Hasty, rash, passionate; (Wal- a crafty politician; III. i.

ker conj. "lusty; Cartwright 193. conj. "hardy); IV. viii. 2. MAGNANIMITY, heroic bravery; HAUGHT, haughty; II. i. 169.

V. iv. 41. HAVE AT THEE, take care, be MALAPERT, pert, saucy; V. v. 32. warned; II. iv. 11.

MALE, male-parent; V. vi. 15. He, man; I. i. 46.

MAN AT ARMS, armed knight; V. HEAD, making, raising an army; iv. 42. II. i. 141.

MANHOOD, bravery, courage; IV. HEIR, heiress; IV. i. 48.

ii. 20. HENRY, trisyllabic; I. i. 107. MARCHES, country-borders; II. i. Hold, stronghold; I. ii. 52.

140. HOMELY, humble; II. v. 22.

MEEDS, deserts, merits; II. i. 36. HONESTY, chastity; III. ii. 72. MERMAID, siren; III. ii. 186. HOUR (dissyllabic); II. v. 26, 31, Mess, set of four, "as at great 32, 33, &c.

dinners the company was HYRCANIA, a country on the Cas- usually arranged into fours" pian Sea; I. iv. 155.

(Nares); I. iv. 73.

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Mind, mean, have a mind; IV. i. PLEASURE, give pleasure; (Ff. %, 8

3, 4, "please"; Collier MS., MISDOUBTETH, distrusts; V. vi. 14. please you too”); III. ii. 22. MISTHINK, misjudge; II. v. 108. POLTROONS, cowards; (Ff., “PoulMoe, more; II. i. 170.

troones"); I. i. 62. MOTION, proposal; III. iii. 244. Post, messenger; V. i. 1. Mought, the reading of Ff.; Post, haste; I. ii. 48.

might, could; (Capell (Qq.), Post, hasten; I. ii. 55. "could"; Pope, "might"); V. POSTED OFF, put off carelessly; ii. 45.

IV. viii. 40. Muse, marvel, wonder; III. ii. POWER, force, army; II. i. 177. 109.

PRANCING, bounding; II. i. 24.
PREACHMENT,

high-flown

disNAKED, unarmed; V. iv. 42.

course; I. iv. 72. NAPKIN, handkerchief; I. iv. 79.

PREPARE, preparation; IV. i. 131. NARROW SEAS, English Channel;

PRESCRIPTION, right derived from IV. viii. 3.

immemorial custom; III. iii. NEAT, horned cattle; II. i. 14.

94. NESTOR, the oldest and wisest

PRESENTETH, represents (Steevhero before Troy; III. ii. 188.

ens, present"); II. v. 100. Nice, subtile, sophistical; IV. vii.

PRESENTLY, immediately; I. ii. 36. 58.

PRETEND, assert; IV. vii. 57. OBSEQUIOUS, lavish of obsequies ;

PRICK, mark, dial-point; I. iv. 34. II. v. 118.

PRIZE, privilege (Warburton OF, instead of, from being; III.

(from Qq.), "pride"; Walker ii. 25.

conj. "praise”); II. i. 20. Only, alone; (Pope, "alone");

PROTEUS, the marine god, who had IV. i. 45.

the faculty of assuming whatOVERGONE, overcome; II. v. 123.

ever shape he pleased; III. ii. OVERPEER'D, looked down upon,

192. towered above; V. ii. 14.

QUAINTLY, pleasantly; II. v. 24. PALE, enclose, encompass; I. iv. Quit, requite, reward; III. iii. 103.

128. PARCEL, part; V. vi. 38. PASSING, surpassing; V. i. 106. RACKING, moving as clouds; II. i. PASSION, violent sorrow; I. iv. 27. 150.

RAGGED, rugged; (Ff., "raged"); PERIOD, end, finish; V. v. 1.

V. iv. 27. Pies, magpies; V. vi. 48.

RAMPING, rampant; V. ii. 13. PINCH'ı, bitten; VI. i. 16.

RAUGHT, reached; (Ff. 3, 4, PITIFUL, merciful; III. ii. 32. "caught"); I. iv. 68. PLACE; “in p.,” present; IV. i. REMORSE, pity, compassion; III. i. 103.

40. PLEASETH; "him p.," it pleases RENDS, tears asunder; (Ff., him; II. vi. 105.

"rents"); III. ii. 175.

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REPAIR, repairing hither; (Ff. 1, SERVICE; “do thee s.,” become thy

2, "repayre”; Ff. 3, 4, "re- servitor”; V. i. 33. pair); V. i. 20.

SHAME-FACED, bashful; IV. viii. RESOLVE, come to a determina- 52. tion; I. i. 49.

SHIP, take ship; (F. 1, "shipt"; RESPECT; "in r.,” in comparison; Vaughan conj. "shipp'd"); IV. V. v. 56.

V. 21. REST, remain; IV. ii. 8.

Shoot, shot; III. i. 7. RESTETH, remaineth; I. ii. 44. SHRIVER, confessor; III. ii. 108. RETIRE, retreat, flight; II. i. 150. SHROUDS, sail-ropes; V. iv. 18. Revolt, fall off; I. i. 151.

Sicils, Sicilies; I. iv. 122. RHESUS, the Thracian King who SILLY, innocent, helpless; II. v.

came to the assistance of Troy, 43; petty, poor; used contempbut was slaughtered at night tuously; III. iii. 93. by Ulysses and Diomede; IV. SINEW TOGETHER, knit in strength; ii. 20.

(Ff. 1, 2, 3, "sinow t."); II. vi. Rids; “r. away," i. e. gets rid of 91. distance; V. iii. 21.

Sinon, the Greek who persuaded Rook'ı, squatted; V. vi. 47.

the Trojans to carry the woodRoscius, the most celebrated ac- en horse into Troy; III. ii. 190.

tor of ancient Rome; (Pope's Sith, since; I. i. 110. emendation; Ff., Rossius"; SLAUGHTER-MAN, slayer, butcher; Hanmer (Warburton) "Rich- I. iv. 169. ard"); V. vi. 10.

SLEIGHT, artifice, trickery; RUINATE, ruin; V. i. 83.

(Rowe, “slight"); IV. ii. 20. RUTHFUL, piteous; (Ff. 3, 4, SOMETIME, sometimes; II. ii. 30. "rueful"); II. v. 95.

SOOTHE, to assent to as being

true, to humor; (Ff., "sooth; SADNESS, seriousness; III. ii. 77. Rann, Heath conj. "smooth); SANCTUARY, the sanctuary at III. iii. 175.

Westminster, which afforded SORT, crew, set; II. ii. 97. protection from any persecu- SORTS, turns out well; II. i. 209. tion; IV. iv. 31.

SPITE, vexation, mortification; V. SCRUPULOUS, “too nice in deter- i. 18.

minations of conscience”; IV. SPITE OF SPITE, come the worst vii. 61.

that may; II. iii. 5. SELF-PLACE, self-same place, very SPLEEN; "heated s.," fiery implace; III. i. 11.

petuosity, heat; (Warburton, SELFSAME, the selfsame; (Han- "hated 8."); II. i. 124.

mer, th' self-same”); II. i. SPORT, disport, amuse; II. v. 34. 82.

STALE, laughing-stock, dupe; III. SENNET, a particular set of notes iii. 260.

on the cornet or trumpet; I. i. STATE, station, rank; III. ii. 93. 206.

STAY, linger; III. iii. 40. SEPTENTRION, the North; I. iv. STIGMATIC, one branded by na136.

ture with deformity; II. ii. 136.

WA NED,

STOUT, brave; IV. ii. 19.

UNTUTOR'D, uninstructed, raw; V. STRATAGEM), dreadful deeds; (Ff. V. 32.

1, 2, stragems); II. v. 89. UNWARES, unawares; (F. 4, "unSTRIKE; “to s.," to lower sail; V. awares; Hanmer, “unʼwares; i. 52.

Vaughan conj. "unware"); II. STRIKE SAIL, lower, let down sail;

V. 62. III. iii. 5.

Usest, art accustomed; V. v. 75. SUCCESS, result, issue; II. ii. 46. VALUED, rated, estimated; V. iii. SUDDENLY, quickly; IV. ii. 4.

14. SUFFER'D, allowed to have way; VANTAGES, advantages; III. ii. 25. IV. viii. 8.

VENOM, venomous, poisonous SUSPECT, suspicion; IV. i. 142. (Capell, (from Q. 3), "venTACKLINGS, cordage, rigging (tri

om’d); II. ii. 138. syllabic); V. iv. 18.

Via, away! an interjection of enTAINTED, touched, moved; III. i.

couragement; II. i. 182.

VISARD-LIKE, like a mask; I. iv. 40.

116. TAKE ON, be furious; II. v. 104. TEMPER WITH THE STARS, act and

VOWED, sworn; III. iii. 50. think in conformity with fate;

WAFT OVER, carry over the sea; IV. vi. 29.

III. iii. 253. TIME; “take the t.,” improve the

declined; (Ff., opportunity; V. i. 48. TIREON, seize and feed on raven

"wained"); IV. vii. 4.

WATER-FLOWING, flowing like waously; I. i. 269. TITLE, claim, right; (Grey conj.

ter, copious; IV. viii. 43. "tale”); III. i. 48.

WEAN ME, alienate myself; (Ff.

1, 2, "waine"; Ff.3, 4, “wain”); TOWARD, bold; II. ii. 66.

IV. iv. 17. Trow'st, thinkest; (Ff., "trow

WEEPING-RIPE, ready to weep; 88!"); V. i. 85.

(Ff., "weeping ripe"); I. iv. TROY; "the hope of T.," , e. Hec

172. tor; II. i. 51.

When? an exclamation of impaTrull, harlot; I. iv. 114.

tience; V. i. 49. TRUMPET, trumpeter; V. i. 16. TYPE, sign, badge (i. e. the

WILLOW GARLAND, the emblem of crown); (Lloyd conj. "style");

unhappy love; III. iii. 228.

Wind, scent; III. ii. 14. I. iv. 121.

WISP OF STRAW, a mark of disULYSSES, the famous king of grace placed on the heads of Ithaca; III. ii. 189.

scolds; II. ii. 144. UNBID, unbidden, unwelcome; V. Wit, wisdom; IV. vii. 61. i. 18.

Witch, bewitch; (Ff., "'witch); UNCONSTANT, inconstant; V. i. III. ii. 150. 102.

WITHAL, with; III. ii. 91. UNDOUBTED, fearless; (Capell WITTY, full of wit, intelligent; I.

conj. "redoubted); V. vii. 6. ii. 43. UNREASONABLE, not endowed with reason; II. ii. 26.

YOUNKER, stripling; II. i. 24.

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