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Such forms which here were presupposed Upon thee in the letter T. Night v 1
Such furniture as suits The greatness of his person . . Hen. VIII. ii 1
Such gifts that heaven shall share with you . . . Meas. for Aleas. ii 2
Such head. Given unto the house of York such head . . 3 Hen. VI. i 1
Suah honour. If it wcro not for one trilling respect, I could come to

hiirh honour 1 Jl/cr. Wires it 1

Suoh Integrity. And frame somo feeling line Tlmt may discover such

integrity T. (J. of Vcr. iii 2

Your daughter, whom who born in lumd to love With nucli Integrity

CymbeHne v 6
Such Intent. Though then, God knows, I had no such intent 2 Hen. IV. iii 1

Such juggling and such knavery 1 Troi. and Crcs. ii 3

Such leisure. Had you such leisure in the time of death? Richard III. i 4
Such like. And even with such-like valour men hang and drown Their

proper selves ......... Tentjte-st iii 3

And I for such like petty crimes as these . . . T. G. of Ver. iv 1

Prating mountebanks, And many such-like liberties of sin Com. o/ .Errors! 2
Such like toys as these Have moved his highness to commit mo Jlich. III. i 1
Gentleness, virtue, youth, liberality, and such like. . Troi. and Crcs. i 2
AH money, plain, jewels, mid BUcll-llKQ tiilluH . . T, of Athens 1112

And nifiiiy such-lildi ' AH'CH of great chaigo .... J tumid v 2

Such matter. Wo 'II wait upon you. No such matter . . . . II 2

Such means As you yourself have forged 1 Hen. IV. v 1

Such men. He thinks too much : such men are clangorous . J. Ca'sar i 2
Such men as ho bo never at heart's ease Whiles they behold a greater . i 2
Such offence. A young man More fit to do another such oflciice Than

die for this Mcas. for Metis, ii 3

Such patchery, such juggling, and such knavery ! . . Troi. and Crcs. ii 3
Such pay. Shall receive such pay As thy desires can wish . Pericles v 1
Such people. O brave new world, That has such people in't! Tempest v 1
Such perfection. I would with such perfection govern, sir, To excel the

golden age ii 1

Such pity. Pity me I Such pity as my rapier's point affords . 3 Hen. VI. i 3
Such power. His art is of such power, It would control my dain's god,

Setebos ........... Tempest i 2

Such provision, I have with such provision in mine art So safely

ordered i 2

Such report. I made no such report Ant. and Cleo. ii 6

Such resort. Do you know this house to be a place of such resort? Per. iv 6
Such sanctity. Relieved him with such sanctity of love. . T. Night iii 4
Such senses. And hath such senses As we have, such . . Tempest i 2
Such shes. For apes and monkeys 'Twixt two such shes would chatter

this way and Contemn with mows the other . . . Cynibeline i 6
Such sights. You can behold such sights, And keep the natural ruby of

your chocks Macbeth iii 4

Such sin. Tliis is his pardon, purchased by such sin For which tho

pardoner himself is in Mean, for Mean, iv 2

Such strings. When such strings jar, what hopo of harmony? 2 Hen. VI. ii 1
Such terms. Tls not well That you and I should moot vi]K)n such terms

As now wo meet 1 Hen. IV. v 1

Such thing. For I would commune with you of such things That want

no ear but yours MtOS, for Mm,*, iv 8

Can such things be, And overcome us liko a summor'a cloud? Macbeth iii 4
Have you not read, Koderigo, Of some such thing'/ . . . Othello i 1
Why, methinks, by him, This creature's no such thing . Ant. and ClfO. iii 3
Some such thing I said, and said no more but what my thoughts Did

warrant me was likely Pericles v 1

Such thoughts. There was no need to trouble himself with any such

thoughts yet Hen. V. ii 3

How I would think on him at certain hours Such thoughts and such

Cymbcline i 8
Suoh time. And when aucli timn they have begun to cry, Lot them not

ceaso Coriolanvs iii 3

T.O confound such time, Tlmt drums him from his sport Ant. and Cleo. i 4
Such two that would by all likelihood have confounded one the other

Cymbcline i 4
Such uses. Heaven me such uses send, Not to pick bad from bad, but

by bad mend 1 Othello iv 3

Suoh vianda. Lot their beds Be mado as soft as yours and let their

palates Be season'd with such viands .... Mcr. of Venice iv 1
Such vigilance. They Will not, nor cannot, nso such vigilance As when

they am fresh Tcmj^st iii 3

Such whales have I hoard on o' tho land Pcriclrs il 1

Such woman. I do not think thmo is any such woman . . Othello iv J{

Such words that are but roted In Your tongue . . . Coriolanvs iii 2

Suoh wrong. And make tlmo rich for duhuj mo such wrong . 2 Hen. IV. i \

Do not yourself Such wrong, who nro In this Holiovod . Ant. and Cleo. v 2

Suck. All the infections that tho sun sucks up From bogs, fens Tempest ii 2

Where the bee sucks, there suck I : In a cowslip's bell I lie . . . v 1

They'll suck our breath or pinch us bliic.k and blue . Com. of Error :* II 2

I can suck melancholy out of a song, at* a weasel Rucks eggs As Y. Like lt\\ 6

My pride is to see my ewes graze and my lambs suck . . . . iii 2

Continue your resolve To suck the sweets of sweet philosophy T. of Shrew i 1

When my knightly stomach is sufficed, Why then I suck my teeth K. Johni 1

Spiders, that suck up thy venom, And heavy-gaited toads Richard IL iii 2

The noisome weeds, which without profit suck The soil's fertility . . iii 4

The weasel Scot Comes sneaking and so sucks IIPV princely eggs Hen. V. i 2

Liko horse-leeches, my boys, To suck, to suck, the very blood to suck I ii 3

Your fair nhow shall suck away thoir souls Iv 2

AH I mirk blood, I will soino mm'cy show . . . . . . iv 4
Whnn at Ilinlr mothmn' moist, yoB Imbrs shall nuck . . 1 Hen. VI. \ \
Drones nuck not en^los' blood but rob buo-hlvos . . 2 Hcn t VI, Iv 1



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Suck. Now Btoiw thy aprlng : my aw uhall luck tiiem dry 3 Ufa. VI. iv 8 55
There is no lady . . . Moni spongy to suck in the sense of fear T. and ('. ii 2 12
Praise him that got thoo, she that gave thoo mick ..... il ii 252

Ami feed un curds and whey, and suck the goat . . T. Andron. iv 2 178
Oo, suck the subtle liluod o' the grape T. of Athens iv 8 432

Is Brutus sick? and is it physical To walk unbraced ami suck up the

humours Of the dunk morning? ...... J. Vcesur ii 1 262

Front you great Rome shall suck Reviving blood ..... ii 2 87

1 have given suck, and know How tender 'tis to love the babe tliat

milks me .......... MtuMhi 7 54

See my baby at my breast, That sucks the nurse asleep ? A lit. and L'leo. v 2 313
With sands that will not bear your enemies' boats, But suck them up

to. the topmast ......... OymibMiu iii 1 22

Sucked. He was The ivy which had hid my princely trunk, And suck'd

my venture out on 't ....... Temjxat i 2 87

As in rovcngo, huvii Mirk'd up from tlio sea Contagious logs II. N. Dnomll 1 89
Food to the snuk'il and hungry llouosa .... AY.UkH\V 8 iaj

(Inn that was .i man Whun Hector's grandslro suck'd . 7'roi. and ('res. 1 3 292
Worn not I Ihliio only nurse, 1 would nay tholl hadsl bUCk'il wisdom

from Lhy Ic'iit ........ Hum. iiiulJnl. I A 68

Death, that 1m thsuck'd tho honoy of thy breath ..... y 8 92

That suck'd the honey ol 1 his music vows ..... Hamlet iii 1 164

He did comply with his dug, before he sucked it ..... V 2 196

Suckedst. I would tho milk Thy mother gave thee when thou suck'dst

her breast Had been u little ratsbane I . . . .1 Hen. VI. y 4 28

Thy valiantness was mine, thou suek'dst it from mo . Coriolanus iii 2 129
The milk thou suck'dst from her did turn to marble . T. Andron. ii 3 144
Sucking. I will roar you as gently as any sucking dove . M. N. Dream i 2 85
Pluck tho young sucking Cuba from the she-bear . . Mer. of Venice ii 1 29
His approaches makes as fierce As waters to the sucking of a gulf Hen.l r .ii 4
Was iu the month of every sucking habo .... 1 Hen. VI. iii 1

As Is tho sucking lamb or Inn ndess dove .... 2 lien. VI. iii 1

And from her womb chddrcn of divers kind We sucking on her natural

bosom 11ml ......... JiVwl. and Jitl. ii 8 12

Suckle. Tho breasts of Hecuba, When sho did suckle Hector, look'd not

lovelier ........... Coriolanus i 3 44

To do what ? To suckle fools and chronicle stnall beer . . Othello ill 161
Sudden. Then let us both be sudden ...... Tempest ii 1 306

Notwithstanding all her sudden quips .... T. G. of Ve r. iv 2 12

Upou a sudden, As Falstatl', she, and I, are newly met . Her. Wives iv 4 51
The guiltiness of my mind, the sudden surprise of my powers . . v 6 130
To-morrow I O, that's sudden I Spare him I . . . Ideas fur Mcas. ii 2 83
But lest my liking might too sudden seem, I would have salved it with

a longer treatise ......... Much .-Ida i 1 316

Such eruptions and sudden breaking out of mirth . . . /.. L. Lost v 1 121
The sudden hand of death close up mine oyo I . . . . v 2 825

Lot us talk in good earnest: is it possible, on such a sml. Ion, you should

fall into so strong u liking? ...... As Y. Like It i 3 27

Jealous in honour, siuhlrn and quick in quarrel ..... ii T 151

The small acquaintance, my sudden wooing, nor her sudden consenting v 2 8
There fl.-i* never any thing so sudden but tho light of two rams . . v 2 33
Is il |..>.-,sutlu That love should of a sudden take such hold ? T.o/Shrewl 1 152
Thill maid Whoso sudden sight Irnth thi.ill'd my wouudcd oyo . . i 1 ^25
His approach, So out of circumstance and sudden W. Tale v 1 90

I will be sudden and dispatch ....... K. John iv 1 27

That you might Tho better arm you to the sudden time . . . . v 6 26

Sudden storms are short ; He tires betimes that spurs too fast betimes

Richard U. ii 1 35

Join not with grief, fair woman, do not so, To make my end too sudden y 1 17
When men restrain their breath On some great sudden hest 1 Hen. IV. ii 3 65
For I am, on the sudden, something ill .... 2 Hen. IV. iv 2 80

Sincii sudden sorrow Serves to say thus, 'some good thing comes to-

morrow" ............ iv 2 83

Mi/ii As flaws congealed in the spring of day ..... iy 4 34

Never was such a sudden scholar made ... . Hen. V. \ 1 32

Some sudden mischief may arise of it ....... iv 7 186

None durst come near for fear of sudden death . . .1 Hen. VI. i 4 48
Had your watch been good, This sudden mischief never could have

fall'n ...... ...... ii 1 59

Roused on the sudden from their drowsy beds . . . . . ii 2 23

I with sudden and extemporal speech Purpose to answer . . . iii 1 6
One sudden foil shall never breed distrust ...... iii 8 n

I '11 direct thee how thou shalt escape By sudden flight . . . . iv 5 n

Somewhat too sudden, sirs, the warning is ...... v 2 14

I know it will excuse This sudden execution of my will . . . . v 5 99

Some sudden qualm hath struck me at the heart . . .2 Hen. VI. i 1 54
Vii:\v his breathless corpse, Anil comment then upon his sudden death iii 2 133
Madam, what makes you in this sudden cliange? . . 3 Hen. VI. iv 4 i
He's sudden, if a thing comes iu his head ...... v 5 86

Bo sudden in the execution, Withal obdurate . . . Richard III. i 8 346
This sudden stab of rancour I misdoubt ....... iii 2 89

To-morrow, in mlno opinion, is too sudden ...... ill 4 -45

My sudden llooila and lull of waters, Jlui-ldnglmni'n army In dispersed . Iv -1 511
Dashing I ho garment of Ihls PLMCU, abodcd The suddim blench on't

Hell. nil. 1 1 94

lie biles his Up. and starts; Mtnps on ii sudden, loolis upon tho ground ill 2 114
What should this mean? What suddon angor's this? how have I

reap'd it? ............ iii 2 204

That's somewhat sudden : But he's a learned man ..... iii 2 394

Do you note How much her grace is alter'd on the sudden? . . iv 2 96

W!.ii-h reformation must be sudden ........ v 3 20

You were ever good at sudden commendations ..... v 3 122

But sorrow, that is conch 'd in seeming gladness, Is like that mirth fate

turns to sudden sadness ...... Troi. and Cres. i 1 40

Who, upon the sudden, Clapp'd to their gates .... Coriolanns i 4 50

On the sudden, I warrant him consul ....... iii 237

With a sudden re-inforcement struck Corioli like a planet . . . ii 2 117
Revoke Your sudden approbation . . . . . . . ii 8 259

If thou be pleased with this my sudden choice, Behold, I choose thee

T. Andron. 1 1 318

The subtle Queen of Goths Is of a sudden thus advanced in Ilome . i 1 393
Too rash, too unadvised, too sudden ; Too like tho lightning K. and J. ii 2 118
Where on a sudden ono hath wounded mo That's by me wounded . . 118 50
I stand on sudden haste. Wisely and slow ; they stumble that run fast ii 8 93
i 1...I 1 thou no poison mix'd, no sharp-ground knife, No sudden mean of

death? ............. iii 8 45

A sudden day of joy, That thou expect st not nor I look'd not for . . iii 5 no
Without a suddon calm, will overset Thy tempest-tossed body . . Iii 6 137
You have your hands full all, In this BO sndilen business . . . iv 3 12
Casca, be sudden, for we fear prevention ..... J. Cccsar iii 1 19



Sudden. Let mo not stir you up To such a suddon Mood of mutiny ,/.('. iii 2
Sudden push gives them tho overthrow ..... . v 2

Sudden, malicious, smacking of every sin That him a name . Macbeth Iv 3
Witli a sudden vigour it doth posset And curd. . . . Hamlet IB

This sudden sending him away must seem Deliberate pause . . . iv 3
Recount the occasion of my sudden and more strange return . . . iv 7
Ho could nothing do but wish and beg Your sudden coming o'er . . iv 7
Put to sudden death, Not shriving-time allow'd ..... y 2

They for sudden joy did weep, And I for sorrow sung . . . Lear i 4
He is rash and very sudden in choler ..... Othello ii 1

Returned me expectations and comforts of sudden respect and acquaint-

ance ............. iv 2

On the sudden A Roman thought hath struck him . . Ant. and Cleo. i 2
Report that I am sudden sick : quick, and return . ... i 3

Tremblingly she stood And on tho sudden dropp'd ..... y 2

Sudden-bold. Hut pardon me, 1 am too suddm-luild . . /.. /.. Lust ii 1

Suddenly. Muse not that 1 I bus suddenly pi oceod . . T. ('.(/ I'ei: i 3
When I suddenly call you, como lorth .... tier, II too ill 3

Mistress Ford desires you to come suddenly.- I '11 be with hi-r by and by iv 1
And upon the grief of this suddenly died ..... Much Ado iv -I

(Suddenly resolve me in my suit. Madam, 1 will, if suddenly 1 may

/,. L. Lost ii 1

Yet do not suddenly, for it may grieve him . . . Mer. of Venice ii 8
Three of your argosies Are richly come to harbour suddenly . . . v 1
His malice 'gainst tho lady Will suddenly break forth . A3 Y. Like It i 2
Do this suddenly, And let not search and inquisition quail . . . ii 2
Buy it with your gold right suddenly ....... ii 4

Suddenly, Seeing Orlando, it unlink'd itself ...... iv 3

Was ever match clapp'd up so suddenly? . . . . 'i'. of Shrew ii 1

I, with a troop of Florentines, will suddenly surprise him . All's Well iii
The great Apollo suddenly will have The truth of this appear II'. Tale ii 3
A resolved villain, Whose bowels suddenly burst out . . A'. John v i>
Grievous sick, my lord, Suddenly taken ..... Richard 11. 1 4

When time is ripe, which will bo suddenly .... 1 lien. IV. i 8

I '11 repent, and that suddenly, while I am in some liking . . . iii 3
Our scions, put iu wild and savage stock, Spirt up so suddenly Hen. V. iii 5
We will suddenly Pass our accept and peremptory answer . . v 2

What chance is this that suddenly hath cross'd us?. . . lHen.VI.il
Do it without invention, suddenly ........ iii 1

Nature makes me suddenly relent ........ iii 3

Great rage of heart Suddenly made him from my side to start . . iv 7
May ye both be suddenly surprised 1 ........ v 3

Had not your man put up the fowl so suddenly, We had had more sport

2 Hen. 17. ii 1
Sight limy distinguish of colours, but suddenly to nominate them all, it

is impossible ............ ii I

That's not suddenly to be porform'd. Hut with udvlni . . . . ll 2

Suddenly a grievous sickness took him, That makes him gasp . . iii 2
Speak suddenly, my lords, are we all friends ? . . . 3 Hen. VI. iv 2
I would have it suddenly perform'd. What sayest thou? speak suddenly

Kicla.nl III. iv 2

Fiends roar, saints pray, To have him suddenly convey'd away . . iv 4
How to make ye suddenly an answer, In such a point of weight

Jlcn. V11I. ill 1

Ho fell sick suddenly, and grew so ill He could not sit his mule . . iv 2
I defied 'em still : when suddenly a Ille of boys behind 'em, loose shot,

delivered such a shower of pebbles ....... v 4

I'll lay ye all By the heels, and suddenly ....... v 4

And suddenly; where injury of chance Puts back leave-taking T. andC.lv 4
I myself Am like a prophet suddenly enrapt ...... v 8

Hearing it Should straight fall mad, or else die suddenly T. Andron. ii 3
Suddenly I heard a child cry underneath a wall ..... v 1

I rush'd upon him, Surprised him suddenly ...... v 1

Suddenly arose, and walk'd about, Musing and sighing . . J. Ccesar ii 1
Suddenly contrive the means of meeting between him and my daughter

Hamlet ii 2
Gasted by the noise I made, Full suddenly he fleil .... Lear ii 1

Why the King of Franco is so suddenly gone back know you the reason? iv 3
It came in too suddenly ; let it die as it was born . . . Oymbeliitei 4
Hie thee, whiles I say A priestly farewell to her : suddenly, woman Per. iii 1
Come, let's have her aboard suddenly ....... iv 1

Sue. My master sues to her, anil she hath taught her suitor T. a. of Ver. n 1
I desire more acquaintance of you. Good Sir John, I sue for yours M. W. ii 2
When maidens sue, Men give like gods .... Meas. for Meas. i 4

I^ay by all nicety and prolixious blushes, That banish what they sue for ii 4
To sue to live, I tlnd I seek to die ; And, seeking death, find life . . iii 1
I am so out of love with life that I will sue to bo rid of it . . . iii 1
My soul should sue as advocate for thee .... Com. of Kno-rs i 1

What, I I I love 1 I sue ! I seek a wife I ..... L. L. Lost iii 1

Well, I will love, write, sigh, pray, sue, and groan ..... iii 1

How can this be true, That you stand forfeit, being those that sue? . v 2
Wo wore not born to BUO, but to command . . . . Richard II. 1 1

Call In the letters patents Unit he hath lly his atlnrnoys-gonoml to sue

Ills llvory ............ II 1

I am denied to BUO my livery hero ........ II u

KUind up.- -I dn not sue to stand ........ v II

To sue his livery and Leg his \ieiic, With tears of Inuoceiicy 1 Hen.1V. iv 8
They humbly sue unto your excellence To have a godly pence 1 Hen. VI. y 1
Begin your suits anew, and sue to him ..... Z Hen. VI. i 8

What love, think'st thou, I sue so much to get? . . 3 Hen. VI. iii 2
My proud heart sues ami prompts my tongue to speak . Richard III. i 2
Who sues to thee and cries ' God save the queen ' ? ..... iv 4

For one being sued to, one that humbly sues ...... iv 4

For further life in this world I ne'er hope, Nor will I sue . Hen. VIII. ii 1
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Men prize the thing ungain'd more than it is : That sho was never yet

that ever knew Lovo got so sweet as when 'desire did sue Tr. and Cr. i 2
To sue, and be denied such common grace . . . T. of Athens iii 5



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I must love you, and sue to know you better ..... Lear l 1

Sue to him again, and he's yours. I will rather sue to bo despised Othetloii 8
Or sue to you to do a peculiar profit To your own person . . . iii 3
Whiles we are suitors to their throne, decays Tho thing wo sue for

Ant. (inilCko. ii 1

Sues To let him breathe between the heavens and earth, A private man iii 12
This if she perform, Sho shall not sue unheard ...... iii 12

Sued. 1 never sued to friend nor enemy .... Kichard III.' 2

Who sued to me for him? who, in my rage, Kueel'd at my feet? . . ii 1
For one being sued to, one that humbly sues ...... iv 4

That therefore such a writ be sued against you . . lien. VIII. iii 2
To whom I sued for my dear son's life . . . T. Andron. i 1

When you sued staying, Then was the time for words . -int. and Clco. i 3



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Suffer. O, I have sulTor'd With thoso that I saw suffer '.

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'Tis my faidt, Master Pago : 1 suffer for it. You suffer for a pad conscience

Mer. Wives iii 3 233
So you must bo the first that gives this sentence, And ho, tli.it suffers.

O, it is excellent To have a giant's strength . . Metis, for Meas. ii 2 107
Either You must lay down the treasures of your body To this supposed,

or else to let him suffer ii 4 07

An ass. Many, so it doth appear By the wrongs I Buffer Com. of Errors iii 1 16
I am thy prisoner : wilt thou suffer them To make a rescue? . . . iv 4 113
Tho abbess shuts tho gates on us And will not suffer us to fetch him out v 1 157
It were pity but they should suffer salvation, body and soul . Much Ado iii 3 3

Make those that do offend yon suffer too v 1 40

For which of my good parts did you first suffer love for me? Suffer

love I a good epithet I I do suffer lovo indeed .... v 2 65

1 snllor for the truth L _ /,. j i0st { l

You must suffer him to tnko no delight nor no pouanco . . . . I 2 133
Why will you suffer her to flnut me thus? . . . M. N. Dream iii 2
Am arm'd To suffer, with a quietness of spirit . . . Mer. of Venice, iv 1

What, will you not suffer me? T. of Shrew iii

Dian no queen of virgins, that would suffer her poor knight surprised

All's II'cHi 3 119

lou 11 run again, rather than suffer question for your residence . . ii 6 42
You, Diana, Under my poor instructions yet must suffer Something . iv 4 27

I am yours Upon your will to suffer iv 4 30

Whose age and honour Both suffer under this complaint. . . . v 3 163
Tho palate, That suffer surfeit, cloyment, and revolt . . T. Night ii 4 101

That suffers under probation ii 5 ,. 2

In tho which three great ones suffer \V. 3'a'teill 128

If your more ponderous and settled project May suffer alteration . . iv 4 536
Not he alone shall Buffer what wit can make heavy and vengeance bitter iv 4 800
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How lung Shall tender duty make mo suffer wrong?

Wo see the very wreck that wo must suffer

Detraction will not suffer it

What wrongs our arms may do, what wrongs wo suffer
And suffer the condition of these times



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Richard II. il 1 164
. il 1 267

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Heavens, can you suffer hell so to prevail?

Ere that we will suffer such a prince ... To be disgraced

And suffer you to breathe in fruitful peace

Either to suffer shipwreck or arrive Where I may have fruition of her

love v58

Suffer them now, and they '11 o'ergrow tho garden . . 2 Hen. VI. iii 1 32
Shall we suffer this? let's pluck him down .... 3 Hen. VI. i 1 59
O Clod, that scest it, do not suffer it I .... Ricluinl III 1 8 271
By yovir patience, I may not suffer you to visit them . . . . iv 1 16

You sulfer Too hard an exclamation Hen. VIII. i 2 51

As not thus to suffer A man of his placo . . . To dauco attendance . v 2 29
If wo suffer, Out of our easiness and childish pity To one man's honour v 8 24
Do you think, my lords, The king will suffer but the little linger Of this

man to be vex'd ? V 3 I0 g

Never suffers matter of the world Enter his thoughts . Troi. and Crcs. ii 3 196
You'll ne'er be good, Nor suffer others iv 2




Who lather hail, Though they themselves did suffer by't, behold Dis-

sentions numbers pestering streets iv 6 6


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