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a-, an-, 65, 559.
abide, 326.
abjects, 497
aboard, 65.
aby, 326.
addressed, 299.
advantage, 357.
aleard, 244
aim, 57.
alderliefest, 54
alight, 724.
alive, 65.
all over, 175.
aloft, 65.
along by, 200.
and (an), 89.
apace, 738.
apparent, 194
approve, 147
apt, 344
aptitude, 344.
are, 129, 559.
arrive, 54
art (noun), 614.

art (verb), 559.
- as, 44, 57, 177, 328, 407,

703
ascended (is), 373.
aside, 65.
assembly, 246.
astir, 251.
as well, 56.
at, 507:
Ate, 362.
attempered, 561.
augurer, 194.
aweary, etc., 559.
awful, 671.
ay, 54, 529.
aye, 674.
ay me ! 278.

bastard, 177
bate, 528, 529.
battle, 670.
bay, 348, 528, 529.
be, 559
be (are), 67.
be-, 389, 459
bear hard, 105
become, 389
been, 268.
beest, 559.
befall, 69, 707.
behaviors, 45.
beholden, 389.
believe, 389.
belike, 459
belong, 389.
beloved, 389.
beseech, 389.
beshrew, 186.
beside, 347
bestow, 139, 787
betimes, 668.
betoken, 389.
bid, 1.
bills, 713;
bloods, 56.
break with, 182.

charactery, 214
charm, 209.
check, 559.
cheer, 324.
chew, 57
chide, 568.
clean, ito.
clever, 347
color, 147
come home, 104.
comfort, 211.
command, 278.
commend. 278.
commerce, 524.
compact, 351.
companion, 577.
company, 577
con, 559
conceit, 142.
condemn to, 524.
condition, 205
consort, 703
constant, 262, 309.
content, 518.
continence, 54
contrite, 259.
contrive, 259.
council, 262, 497.
counsel, 262, 497.
countenance, 54.
court, 304
courteous, 304
courtesies, 304.

bring, 106.

business, 495.

bustle, 266.
busy, 266
by, 124, 344.

creature, 181.

cunning, 559

curse, 186.
curst, 186.

curtsies, 304

can, 1, 559.
carrion, 177
cast, 122.
cause, I.
cautel, 177.
cautelous, 177
censure, 374
ceremonies, 16, 194.
chafe, 54
chance, 69.

damage, 147
danger, 147
dare, 1.
dear, 348, 559.
dearth, 348.

bait, 528, 529.
base, 147

her, 54

decent, 16.
deck, 16.
decorate, 16.
degrees, 147
deliberate, 347
deliver, 347
dent. 425.
desire, 306.
die, 16.
difference, 45.
dint, 425
direct, 299.
disserve, 524.
distract, 589.
distraught, 589.
do, 1, 16, 147, 229, 386,

502.
doom, 328.
dost, do'st, 734.
dotage, 304.
dote, 304,
dreadful, 671.
dress, 299.
drown, 128.

fellow, 577
feverous, 130.
fire, 345
firm, 107.
fleer, 129.
flourish, 282.
fond, 304
fondling, 304
forbid, 1.
force (of), 619.
fore, 45;
foreign-built, 110.
forth, 45, 716.
fray, 266.
freedom, 306.
friend (to, at), 341.
friends (friend), 352.
from, 110, 194•
funerals, 745.
further, 45

herd, 128.
herself, 56.
hie, 139
hilts, 725, 775.
himself, 56, 598.
hind, 128
hinder, 161.
his, 54
hit (it), 54
home, 624.
home-, 110.
hour, 255.
however, 103.
humor, 105, 205, 240,

560.
hurl, 233
hurtle, 233

1, 54

garden, 143.
ge-, 389.
general, 147
genius, 155
get me, 277
get thee gone, 260.
give sign, 679.
give way, 259.
given, 66.
glare, 109:
go along by, 200.
gore, 425.
go to, 530.
greet, 241.
griefs, 129, 435.
grievances, 129.
guess, 389.

I (me), 122.
idle, 177.
improve, 186.
in, 65, 122, 743.
incorporate, 134.
indirection, 550.
-ing, 1.
instance, 506.
insuppressive, 177.
intend, 1.
is, 559
itching, 524.
i' the, 53
itself, 54, 56.
-ius, 61, 501, 559.

early, 493•
earn, 258.
earnest, 258.
-ed, 16, 246.
either, 227
element, 130.
emulation, 259.
endure, 1.
enforce, 376.
enlarge, 518.
ensign, 714.
entertain, 787
envy, 187
ere, 493
errand, 493.
errant, 493.
erroneous, 493.
error, 493
esteem, 57
eventide, 362.
every, 674.
exigent, 675.
exorcise, 221.
expedition, 597

it, 54

its, 54

jealous, 50, 57
jig, 577

had best, 468.
had like, 57
had rather, 57, 550.
hail, 241.
hale, 241.
hand (at, in, on), 507.
handkerchief, 218.
hap, 69.
happen, 69.
happy, 69.
hark thee, 760.
have, 1.
havoc, 362.
hawk, 362.
he, 54.
health, 533
heap, 109.
hear, 1.
hearse, 421.
heart's ease, 67.
heir, 194.
help, 1.
hence, 624

keep, 211.
ken, 559
kerchief, 218.
kin, 559.
kind, 559.
kindred, 559.
king, 559.
knave, 646.
know, 559.

factious, 129.
fall, 177, 358, 507, 707.
fantasy, 194.
far, 48, 716.
fare thee, 760.
farther, 45, 716.
fasten, 671.
fault, 120, 143.
favor, 54, 130, 160.
favored, 54
fear, 190, 244.
fearful, 671.

lament, 740.
lease, 362.
leash, 362.
let, 1, 362.
Lethe, 348.
let's, 707
liable, 67, 248.
lie along, 333.
lief, 54

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

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

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, 45.
moe, 158, 745.
mourn, 740.
must, I.
my, 89, 205.
myself, 54, 56, 598.

scandal, 50.
scandalize, 50.
see, i.
self, 54, 56.
sennet, 39
sense, 497
separate, 443.
set on, 225, 668.
sever, 443.
several, 443.
shake, 348.
shall, I, 181, 238, 248,

350, 357, 490, 619.
she, 54.
shew, 186.
should, 56, 181, 238, 550-
shrew, 186.
shrewd, 186, 342.
shrewishness, 186.
sick, 209.
sign, 679.
sin, 16.

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,

708.
prick, 351, 490.
proceed, 60.
proceeding, 248.
prod.gious, 122.
produce to, 354.
promised forth, 97.
proof, 147, 691.
proper, 12, 45.
provender, 497
puissance, 497
puissant, 303.

sing, 16.

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question, 376, 595.
quite from, 194.

-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, 229, 734, 735
such, 57, 177
sue, 282.
suit, 282.
suite, 282.
sway, 107, 352.
swoon, 82, 83, 128.

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rascal, 550.
rathe, 54
rather, 54.
redress, 299.
regard, 374.
remorse, 147
render, 248, 348, 370.
repeal, 305,
resolved, 338.
respect, 48, 374, 550.
retentive, 126.
rived, 107
Rome, 56.
rostrum, 372.
rote, 559
round, 147
ruminate, 57.

ope, 89.

or, 227
orchard, 143.
order, 354
o the, 53.
other, 78.
others, 633.
ought, 1.
ourself, 56.

out, 8.

tag-rag, 87.
taste, 497

rumor, 266.

tidings, 589.
time, 362.
-tion, 246.
to, 1, 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.

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y-, 389.
ye, 344
ye (the), 674
yearn, 258.
yon, yond, yonder,

65 719.
you, 344
yourself, 56.
ywis, 389.

weep, 16.

well, 503.

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