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light, 724:
like, 57, 85, 258.
likely, 57.
likes, 105.
listen, 497
lover, 186, 259.
lusty, 54.

over, 282.
overwatched, 633.
owe, 1.
owed, 1.
own, I.

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sick, 209.

main, 194;
make, 1, 680, 724, 793.
make for, 294
make to, 294.
manner, 45.
map, 407.
market, 524
marry, 78.
mart, 524
masters, 401, 636.
may, I.
me, 89, 470.
mercantile, 25, 524.
merchant, 524.
merely, 45
mettle, 102.
mind, 533.
mistook, 46.
moe, 158, 745.
mourn, 740.
must, I.
my, 89, 205.
myself, 54, 56, 598.

palter, 177
paramour, 186.
passion, 46.
path, 161.
patience, 46.
perforce, 619.
piety, 345.
pious, 345.
piteous, 345.
pitiful, 345.
pity, 345
plucked, 160.
portent, 246.
power, 127, 497.
prefer, 788.
prepare, 255.
present, 57
pretend, 65.
prevent, 147, 161, 295,
prick, 351, 490.
proceed, 60.
proceeding, 248.
prodigious, 122.
produce to, 354.
promised forth, 97.
proof, 147, 691.
proper, 12, 45.
provender, 497
puissance, 497.
puissant, 303.

708.

napery, 407.
napkin, 407
neckerchief, 218.
needs, 67.
news, 589.
nice, 523.
niggard, 623.
nor, 227
not, 181.
nuptial, 745.

sign, 679.
sin, 16.
sing, 16.
-sion, 246.
sirs, 636.
sit thee, 760.
sleep, 362.
slight, 493, 521.
slip, 362.
slips, 362.
smatch, 780.
So, 15, 44, 57, 147, 407.
sooth, 267
sore, 186.
sorrow, 186.
sorry, 186.
sort, 211.
sound, 128.
sour, 186.
speak, 646.
springtide, 362.
stale, 50.
state, 50.
statue, 246.
stay, 708.
stirred, 251.
strain, 694.
strange-disposed, 110.
strew, 186.
stricken, 46, 252.
struck, 46, 252.
strucken, 252, 348.
succeed, 228.
success, 228, 734, 735.
such, 57, 177
sue, 282,
suit, 282.
suite, 282.
sway, 107, 352.
swoon, 82, 83, 128.

question, 376, 595.
quite from, 194.

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tag-rag, 87.
taste, 497

rumor, 266.

tidings, 589.
time, 362.
-tion, 246.
to, I, 57, 550, 633.
toward, 53
true man, 87.

unaccustomed, 194.
undergo, 130.
undeservers, 524.
unmeritable, 493.

tempered, 561.
temple, 362.
tenure, 598.
terror, 190, 194.
than, 56, 574.
th and y, 674.
that, 15, 44, 57, 147, 177,

398.
thatch, 16.
themselves, 56.
then (than), 56.
there's, 135.
these, 57
these many, 485.
thews, 124.
thigh, 124.
think, 147, 189.
this, 57
this present, 57
this (time), 130.
thorough, 338.
thoroughly, 338.
thou, 1.
through, 338.
throughfare, 338.
throughly, 338.
thunderstone, 120.
thyself, 56.
tide, 362.

were, wert, best, 468.
when? 143
whe'r, 16, 194, 744, 757.
which, 368, 376.
while (the), 738.
whiles, 67
whirl, 233.
whit, 181.
wight, 181.
will, 1, 181, 238, 248,

490.
wis, see ywis.
wit, 435, 560.
with, 124, 344, 362, 612.
withhold, 398.
worship, 503.
worth, 503.
wrote, 46.

upon, 588.

vile, 574.
villain, 186.
virtue, 209.
void, 277:
vouchsafe, 1.

y-, 389.

ware, 670.
warn, 670.
wary, 670.
was, 559.

ye, 344
ye (the), 674.
yearn, 258.
yon, yond, yonder,

65.

wash, 332.

weep, 16.

you, 344
yourself, 56.
ywis, 389.

well, 503.

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