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TRUE ONE



True delight. Thou takesl True delight In tho sight . M. N. Dream iii 2 455
We will begin these rites, As we do trust they'll end, in true delights

As Y. Like It y 4 204

Which doth givo nm A more content in course of true delight Pericles HI 2 39
True-derived. Unit.) a lineal true-derm-d course . . Richard III. iii 7 200
True descent. To bar my master's heirs in true descent . . . . iii 2 54
Till we can clear these ambiguities, And know their spring, their head,

their true descent Mow. and Jul. v 3 218

True-devoted. A true-devoted pilgrim is not weary To measure king-
doms with his feeble steps T. G. of Ver. ii 7 9

True diction. To make truo diction of him, his semblable is his mirror

Hamlet v 2 123
True diligence. As ho shall think by our true diligence He is no less

than what we say he is T. of Shrew Ind. 1 70

True disciplines. Ue has no more directions in the truu disciplines of

the wars Hen. V, iii 2 76

True -disposing. O upright, just, and tmo-disposing God ! Richard III. iv 4 55
True-divining. Thou lin ib a tnio-dlvlulng heart . T. Andron. it 8 214
True drop. Thoro'fl m> trim drop of blood In him . . .Much Ado iii 2 18
True drunkard. I will, Ilkn A truo drunkard, nttorall to llioo . . Iil U in
Truo duty. Attorn I mi ym With all trim -Inly . . . . A". John ill 8 73
I'ut meekness In thy mind, Lovo, chanty, obodloncu, and truo duty t

Richard III. 11 2 108

The last true duties of thy noblo son ! T. Andron. v 3 155

True election. If it bo a siu to make a true election, sho is damned Cywb. i 2 30
True English. By mine honour, in trno English, I lovo thee . Ifc.n. V. v 2 237
True enough ; Though 'tis a saying, sir, not duo to me . . W. Title iii 2 58
True event. Lot our just censures Attend tho truo event . Macbeth v 4 15
True evidence. Frum trim evidence of good esteom . . 2 Hen. VI. Iii 2 21
Give true evidftnco to his love, which stands An honourable trial

Ant. and Cleo. i 8 74

True experience. Grave witnesses of true experience . T. Andron. v 3 78
True face. Now, my masters, for a truo face and good conscience

1 Hen. IV. ii 4 550

There is never a fair woman has a true face. No slander Ant. and Cleo. ii 6 105
True faith. You to a lovo that your true faith doth merit As Y. Like It v 4 194
Mends allegiance and truo faith of heart To his most royal person

Richard II. iii 3 37

Thorough the hazards of this untrod state With all true faith J. Ctvsar iii 1 137

True fear. In true fear They gave us our demands . . Coriolanus iii 1 134

O, these flaws and starts, Impostors to true fear . . . Macbeth iii 4 64

True fellow. As honest a true fellow as any is in Bohemia . W. Tale v 2 169

True-fixed. Of whoso true-Ilx'd und resting quality Tlioro is no fellow in

Iho firmament f. Civsttr iil 1 61

True folk. Walk asiilo tho true folk, und let tho traitors stay . /,. L. Lost iv 3 213
True followers. You may not live to wour All your truo lullowurs out

Ant. and Cleo. iv 11 134
True friar. Instruct mo How I may formally in person bear me Like a

true friar Meas. for Meas. i 3 48

True friend. Thou counterfeit to thy true friend ! . . T. O. of Ver. v 4 53

Bring your true friend along Mer. of Venice iii 2 310

True friendship. Where there is true friendship, there needs none

T. of Athens i 2 18

True gait. There do muster true gait, eat, speak, and move All's Wdl il 1 55
True gentleman. If it be ne'er so false, a true gentleman may swear it

in tho behalf of his friend W. Talev 2 175

Why, now you speak LiUn a good child and a truo goutloman Hamli-t iv 6 148
True gentleness. I thought you lord of moro truo gonlluuosa M. N. II ii 2 132

True girl. Jaqunnotta is a true girl L. L. Lost i 1 315

Truo ground. Tho truo ground of all tbo.so piteous wonn Wo cannot

wlUiout clrouniHUincQ itobcry liinn. and Jul. v Ii 180

Truo GuUlorlua. Whom I cull 1'tilydorn, Most worthy prince, an yours,

is Lruo Gnlderhm Cymbdine v 5 358

True hand. That true hand that fought Rome's quarrel out T. Andron. v 3 102
True hate. Yet 'tis greater skill In a truo hato, to pray they have their

will Cymbclitiell 6 34

True heart. With my hand I ncal my truo heart's love . Richard 11 f. it 1 10
Every tongue speaks 'em, And every true heart weeps for't Hen. VIII. ii '2 40

With a true heart And brother-love I do it v 3 172

Good man, those joyful tears show thy true heart . . . . . v 3 175
Or my true heart with treacherous revolt Turn to another Ram,, and Jul. iv 1 58
In my truo heart I find she names my very deed of lovo . . . Lear i 1 72
Thrown such despite and heavy terms upon her As truo hearts cannot

bear Othello Iv 2 117

True hearted. I have true-hearted friends, Not mutinous in peace

8 Hen, VI. iv 8 9
I swear he is true-hearted ; and a soul None better in my kingdom

Hen. VIII. v 1 154

The noble and true-hearted Kent banished ! his offence, honesty 1 Lear i 2 126
True heir. King Edward's fruit, true heir to the English crown

3 Hen. VI. iv 4 24

True honour. Could to no issue of true honour bring . Horn, aiul Jul. iv 1
True hope. Farewell, my Hector, ami my Troy's true hope 8 Hen. VI. iv 8
True hopo Is swift, ami files with swallow's wings . . Richard 111. v 2
True humour. That is my true humour ....
True Indeed. That's her torment. 'Tis true, indeed
The allusion holds in the exchange. 'Tis true indeed
Care for us ! True, indeed I They ne'er cared for us yet
It is true, indeed. 'Tis a strange truth ....
True industrious. Hero is a dear, a true industrious friend
True inheritance. To conquer France, hia true inheritance
True inheritor. Tho quarrel of a true inheritor
True Intelligence. If like a Christian thou badst truly borne Betwixt

our armies true intelligence 1 Hen. IV. v 5 10

True intent. We do not come as minding to content you, Our true

intent is M. N. Dream v 1 114

True Jack Falstaff, valiant Jack Falstaff 1 Hen. IV. ii 4 523

True joints. Against them both my trim joints bonded be Richard II. v 3 98
True Joy. Tears of true joy for his return to Home , . .7*. Andron. i 1 76
True Judgement. Do you question me, as an honest man should do,

for my simple true judgement? Mitch Ado i 1 168

She cannot be so much without true judgement iii 1 88

Your dishonour Mangles true judgement and bereaves the state Coriol. iii 1 158

True king. That rise thus nimbly by a true king's fall . Richard II. iv 1 318

II lliis nO Millions earth Have any resting for her true king's queen . v 1 6

Telljme, even upon thy conscience, la Kdward your true kmg ? & Hen. VI. iii 3 114

But Henry now shall wear the English crown, And bo true king indeed iv 3 50

True knight. Thine own true knight, By day or night . Mer. Wives ii 1 15

A mellifluous voice, as I am true knight T. Night ii 3 54

Speak like a true knight, so defend tboe heaven ! . . Richard II. i 3 34



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Mer. Wives i 3 112
Much Ado ii 3 131
L. L. Lost iv 2 43
Coriolanus i 1 81
OtheUo v 2 1 88

1 Hen. IV. i 1 62

2 Hen. VI. i 1 8a
2 Hen. IV. iv 5 169



True knight. A' should have sent me two and twenty yards of satin,

as I am a true knight 2 Hen. IV. i 2 50

A true knight, Not yet mature, yet matchless, firm of word Tr. and Or. iy 6 96

Give this ring to my true knight, And bid him come . Itoin. and Jul. iii 2 142

He, true knight, No lesser of her honour confident . . . Cyinbeline v 5 186

True knowledge he has in their disposition .... Coriolanus ii 2 15

True labourer. I am a true labourer : I earn that I eat As Y. Like It iii 2 77

True liegeman. And swore the devil his true liegeman . 1 Hen. IV. ii 4 372

You shall become true liegemen to his crown . . . .1 Hen. VI. v 4 128

True life. Which I womler'd Could be so rarely and exactly wrought,

Since the true life on't was This is true . . . Cymbtlitie ii 4 76
True likeness. If conjure up love in her in his true likeness, he must

appear naked and blind Hen. V. v 2 321

True line. Of the true line and stock of Charles the Great . . .1271
True lip. That kiss I carried from thee, dear ; and my true lip Hath

virgin'd it e'er since Coriolunus v 3 47

True love. A contract of true love to celebrate . . . Tempest iv 1 84
Come, temperate nymphs, ami help to celebrate A contract of true lovo iv 1 134
What, gono without a word? Ay, so trno lovo should do T. (1. uf Ver. ii 2 17

With twenty odd-conceited tnto-lovo knota il 7 40

t ..in but a slmiltiw; And to your sluuluw will I nmko truo hive . . iv 2 1^6
No griof did over coino so near thy heart As when thy lady und thy

true love died iv 8 20

How can that be true lovo which is falsely attempted? . . L. L. Lost i 2 176

That sliall express my truo love's fasting pain iv 3 122

The course of true lovo never did run smooth M. N. Dream i 1 134

]to it for thy true-love taku, Love and languish for his sako . . . il 2 28
Thou hast mistaken quite And laid thy love-juico on some true-love's

sight ill 2 89

Some true love turn'd and not a falso tnrn'd true iii 2 91

Between the palo complexion of truo love And the red glow of scorn

Ax Y. Like It iii 4 56
Your true love's coming, That can sing both high and low . T. Night ii 3 41

Nothing but this ; your true love for my master iii 4 233

True love Between our kingdoms and our royal selves . . A". John iii 1 231
It shall be still thy true love's recompense . . . Richard II. ii 3 49

And wash him fresh again with true-love tears v 1 10

Bear her my true love's kiss ; and so, farewell . . . Richard III. iv 4 430
Thou overheard'st, ere I was ware, My true love's passion Ram. and Jul. ii '2 104
My true love is grown to such excess I cannot sum up sum of half my

wealth ii 6 33

Till strange love, grown bold, Think true love acted simple modesty . iii 2 16
What cursed foot wanders this way to-night, To cross myobseqniea and

truo love's rito? v 3 2u

What's huro? a cup, closed in my truo love's hand? . . . . v 3 161
How should I your truo lovo know From another ono? . . Hamlet Iv f) 1-3
Which bewopt to tho gnivo did go With true-love showers . . . iv 6 39
True lover. If then true lovers have been ever cross'd, It stands as an

edict in destiny M. N, Dream i 1 150

We that are true lovers run into strange capers . As Y. Like It ii 4 55

Then there is no true lover in the forest iii 2 320

It' you be a true lover, hence, and not a word iv 3 74

For such as I am all truo lovers are T. Night ii 4 17

Lay me, 0, where Sad truo lover never find my grave, To weep there 1 . ii 4 66
Full of grace and fair regard. And a true lover of the holy church Hen. V. i 1 23
Time loyalty. When I protest true loyalty to her, She twits mo with my

falsehood T. (f. of Ver. iv 2 7

Truo made. 'Tis (ill as easy Falsely to take away a life true made As to

put metal in restrained means To make a false one . Jl/m.t. fur Mats. II -I 47
Trim madness. To dollno Uuomadncus, What is 'I but to bo nothing nlmi

but mad? llumlrt II 1! 91

True maid. Hpoak, sad brow and truo mahl . . .As Y. Like 11 iii 2 3*7
True man. Though the priest o* tho town commended him for a true

man Mer. Wives ii 1 149

Every true man's apparel fits your thief: if it be too little for your

thief, your trim mini thinks it big enough . . Jl/nu./ar Jfau. iv 2 46
If you mcut a thief, you may suspect him, by virtue of your olllco, to bo

no truo man .......... Much Ado iii 3 54

Whither away so fast? A true man or a thief that gallops so? /-. L. Lost iv 3 187
The traitor lives, the true man's put to death . . . Richard II. v 3 73
Tho most omnipotent villain that ever cried ' Stand ' to a true man

1 Hen. IV. i 2 122
Thou shalt have a share in our purchase, as I am a true man . . . ii 1 101

To turn true man and to leave these rogues ii 2 24

The thieves have bound the trno men ii 2 98

And swear it was the blood of true men ii 4 343

So true men yield, with robbers so o'ermatch'd . . .3 Hen. VI. i 4 64
'Tis gold Which makes the true man kill'd and saves the thief; Nay,

sometime hangs both thief and true man .... Cymbeline ii 8 76
True-meant. His givings-out were of an infinite distance From hia true-
meant design Meas. for Meas. i 4 55

True melancholy. O sovereign mistress of true melancholy

Ant. and Cleo. iv 12

Truo Menenlua. Thou oll and truo M.-ucniua . . . Coriohinns iv 1 21
True minute. Knew tho truo minute when Exception bid him speak

All's Well i 2 39
True mother. Between the chaste unsmirched brow Of my true mother

Hamlet iv 5 120
True moving. Mars his truo moving, even as in the heavens So in tho

earth, to this day is not known 1 Ifen. VI. i 2 i

True nature. There the action lies In his true nature . . Hamht iii 3 62
As sin's true nature is, Each toy seems prologue to some groat amiss . iv 6 17
True need. But, for true need, You heavens, give me that patience,

patience I need I tear ii 4 273

True nobility is exempt from fear 2 Hen. VI. iv 1 129

And, like her true nobility, she has Carried herself towards me Ilcn.VIII.ii 4 142

Sith true nobility Wan-ants these words in princely courtesy T. Andrew, i 1 271

True noblesse would Learn him forbearance . . . Richard IL iv 1 119

True obedience. Love, fair looks, ami ti vie obedience . T. of Shrew v 2 153

With grunt of our most just and right desires, And true obedience

2 Hen. IV. iv 2 41

Butif you mind to hold your true obedience, Givemeassurance 3Hen.VI.iv 1 140
True observance. And ever shall With true observance seek All's Well ii 6 79
True of heart. They [women] are as true of heart as we . . T. Night ii 4 109
Hear mo, my lovo : be thou but true of heart, I true ! how now 1

Troi. and Cres. iv 4 60

True of mind and made of no such baseness As jealous creatures are Oth. iii 4 27
True old woe. This borrow'd passion stands for true old woe Pericles iv 4 24
True one. Stealing her soul with many vows of faith Ami ne'er a true one

Mer. of Venice v 1 20



TRUE ONE



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TRULY



True one. Lot me apeak myself, Since virtue finds no friends a wito a

true ono Hen. VIII. iii 1 126

True opinion. How blnst am I In my just censure, in my true opinion !

W. Tale ii 1 37
True order. The manner and true order of tlie light . 2 Hen. IV. iv 4 100

True ornaments to know a holy man Richard III. iii 7 99

True Paulina, We shall not marry till thou bid'st us . . IV. Tale v 1 81
True pay. That you have ta'eu these tenders for trim pay, Which are

not sterling Hamlet i 3 106

True peace. And grant it may with thee in true peace ]jv ! 2 Hfn. 11'. iv , r > 220

Firnt, madam, T ontrr.it true peaeoof yon, Which 1 will purchase Rich. Jll. ii I fa

Trueponny. Hay 'si Umu so? art thou tlwrn, tniopenny? . . llnmlct I G 150

True perfection. Her true perfection, or my false transgression T.d.ofVAi 4 197

How many things by season season '<! are To their right praise and true

perfection ! Jtfcr. of Venice V 1 108

True performing. That will ask some tears in the true performing of it

M. N. Dream i 2 27

True piece of gold. Nevercallatruepiecoofgoldacounterfeit IJIen.IV.il 4 539
True Pisanto, Who long'st, like me, to see thy lord . , Cymbeline iii 2 54
True place. That screws me from my true place in your favour T. Night v 1 126
True Plantagenet. In honour of a true Plantogenet . . 1 Hen. VI. ii 5 52

Rise, Hlchard, likn a true Plantar-neb Iii 1 172

True prayer. With true prayers That shall bo up at heaven and enter

there Kro sun-riso Meas. for Mcas. ii 2 151

Let them havo That mercy which true prayer ought to have Richard II. v 3 no
Truo preferment. lie but duteous, and true preferment shall tender

itsolfto thco Cymbeline iii 6 159

True preserver. My true preserver, and a loyal sir . . . Temjwt v 1 69
True prince. The true prince may, for recreation sake, prove a false thief

1 Hen. IV. i 2 173
Was it for me to kill the heir-apparent? should I turn upon the true

prince? ii 4 2 gg

The lion will not touch the true prince ii 4 300

I for a valiant lion, and thou for a true prince ii 4 303

You ran away upon instinct, you will not touch the true prince . . ii 4 332
Thou show'dst a subject's shine, I a true prince . . . Pericles i 2 124
True Promethean. The academes From whence doth spring the true

Promethean (Ire L. L. Lost iv 3 304

True proof. In the reproof of chanco Lies thn true proof of men 7*. and C. i 3 34
True purchasing. Not without his true purchasing . . Coriolaniis ii 1 155
True quality. O, mickle is the powerful grace that lies In herbs, plants,

stones, and their true qualities Rom. and Jul. ii 3 16

Such rebel blood That will be thaw'd from the true quality . J. Ccesar-iii 1 41
True redress. I defy all counsel, all redress, But that which ends all

counsel, true redress, Death K. John iii 4 24

True repentance. God of his mercy give You patience to endure, and

true repentance Of all your dear offences ! .... Hen. V. ii 2 180

Truo report. If Him bo accused in true report, Bear with her weakness

Richard Ul. I 8 27

]f II 1m a Just and trim report that goes of his having . 7'. nfAtJitu* v 1 18

I ilid Inquire! It ; And havo my lonrning from somo truo reports A.andC. H 2 47

True right. As I in justice and true right express it . .2 lien. VI. v 2 25

True rites. Osar shall Havo all true rites . . . . J. Ctesar iii 1 241

True Romans. Remember What you have said, and show yourselves

true Romans . . . . . . . . . . . ii 1 223

True Romeo. The noble Paris and true Romeo dead . Rom. and Jul. v 3 259
True root. Where it is impossible you should take true root but by the

fair weather that you make yourself Much Ado i 3 25

True rule. I am not so nice, To change true rules for old inventions

T. of Shrew iii 1 81

So long as out of limit and true rule You stand . . 1 Hen. IV. iv 3 39
True seed. How much low peasantry would then be glean'd From the

true seed of honour ! Mer. of Venice ii 9 47

Truo sense. Establish him in his true sense again . . Com. of Errors iv 4 51
Hut a sickly part of ono true sense Could not so mopo . . Hamlet iii 4 80
True servant. Hut cannot bo true servant to my master, Unless I prove

falsn traitor to myself T. G. of Ver. Iv 4 109

He's never any thing but your true servant. I kuow't ; I thank you

Othello iii 3 9

True service. As my true service shall deserve your love Ricliard II. iii 3 199
If thou wouldst not bo a villain, but do me true service . . Cymbeline iii G no
Truo servitor. Henceforth I am thy true servitor . . 3 Hen. VI. iii 3 196
True shrift. I would thou wert so happy by thy stay, To hear true shrift

Rom. and Jul. i 1 165

True sincerity. Make a riot on the gentle brow Of true sincerity K.Johnui 1 248
True sonnet. It is with me as the very true sonnet is . T. Night iii 4 24

True sorrow. Impatience waiteth on true sorrow . . 3 Hen. VI. iii 3 42
True sovereign. Thy constant friend, And their true sovereign . . iv 1 78
True speaking. An bad thinking do not wrest true speaking, I '11 offend

nobody Mitch Ado iii 4 34

True spies. If these bo true spies which I wear in my head, here's a

goodly sight Tempest v 1 259

True spirit. As I am a true spirit, welcome ! . Mer. Wives v 5 33

True state. Bring him on to some confession Of his true state Hamlet iii 1 10
True strength. Hero is the guess of their true strength and forces Lear v 1 52
True subject. I'll swear upon that bottle to be thy true subject Tempest ii 2 130
As the flourish when true subjects bow To a new-crowned monarch

Mer. of Venice iii 2 49
Contrary to the faith and allegiance of a true subject . . IV. Tale iii 2 20

Cam i Ho a true subject ; Leontcs a jealous tyrant iii 2 134

I linvo iloim thn part of a careful friend and a true subject . 2 If en. IV. ii 4 349
A famous n>bol nrt thou, Colevilo. And a famous true subject took him iv 8 70
Like true subjects, sons of your progenitors, Go cheerfully together

1 Hen. VI. iv 1 166
And you wore sworn true subjects unto me ... 8 Hen. VI. iii 1 78

We are true subjects to the king, King Edward iii 1 94

True subjection. I do bequeath my faithful services And true subjection

everlastingly ......... K. John v 7 105

True submission. Find pardon on my true submission . 1 Hen. IV. Iii 2 28
True substances. Grief lias so wrought on him, He takes false shadows

for true substances T. Andron. iii 2 80

True succeeders. The true succeeilors of each royal house Richard III. v 5 30
True swains in love shall in the world to come Approve their truths by

Troilus Troi. and Ores, iii 2 180

True sword. They have galls, Good -inns, strong joints, true swords . i 3 238
Nor you, my brother, with your truo sword drawn, Opposed to hinder

mo, tOiimld stop my way v 8 56

I thought to crush him in an equal force, Truo sword to sword Cnriolnnmti 10 15
True taste. Whoso qualification shall como into no true taste again but

by the displanting of Cassio Othclln ii 1 283



True tears. His napkin, with his true tears all bewot . T. Andron. iii 1 146

Who drown'd their enmity in my true tears v 3 107

True thing. Is it honest in deed and word ? is it a true thing? As Y. L. It iii 3 18
Yet sit and see, Minding true things by what their mockeries be

Hen. V. iv Prol. 53

True time. Had not an ear to hear my tnie time broke . Richard II. v 5 48
True titles. The . . . unhidden passages Of his true titles . Hen. V. i 1 87
True traveller. You area vagabond and no true traveller . All's Well ii 3 277
True use. Like a usurer, abound'st in all, And usflst none in that tnie

use indeed Rom. and Jid. iii 3 124

Truo valour. In a fiilsn quarrel there in no trim valour . . Murk Ado v 1 120
Tun 1 Vdliiur is turned bear-herd : prognnncy Is mado a laps tor 2 lien. JV. i 2 192
True wars. Though I cannot make true wars, 1 '11 frame convenient peace

Coriolamts v 3 190

True wit. It rnioireth my intellect : truo wit ! . . . . /,. /,. Lost v 1 64
True woman. Now, as I am a true woman, holland of eight shillings an

ell 1 Hen. IV. iii 3 82

True word. Speak, and be hang'd : For each tnie word, a blister! T. ofA.v 1 135
True worthiness. As honour without breach of honour may Make tender

of to thy true worthiness L. L. Lost ii 1 171

True wretchedness. Took pity From most true wretchedness Cymbeline iii 4 63
True wrongs. They bring smooth comforts false, worse than true wrongs

2 Hen. IV. lud. 40
True zeal. His prayers arc full of false hypocrisy ; Ours of truo 7oal and

deep integrity Richard II. v 8 108

Truer. You havo spoken truer than yon purposed . . . Tempest l\ 1 20
Hut truer stnis did govern Proteus' birth . , . T. 0. of Ver. ll 7 74

It is not truer ho IN Angolo Than this Is all as truo as It Is fltrango

Meas. for Menu, v 1 43

There are no faces truer than those that are so washed . . Much Ado i 1 27
More fairer than fair, beautiful than beauteous, truer than truth itself

L. L. Lost iv 1 63

Bo out of hope, of question, of doubt ; Be certain, nothing truer M. N. D. iii 2 280
Is there no exorcist Beguiles the truer office of mine eyes? . All's Well v 3 306

Far truer spoke than meant 2 Hen. VI. iii 1 183

That hand, which, for thy love, did kill thy love, Shall, for thy love,

kill a far truer love Richard III. i 2 191

He hath a lady, wiser, fairer, truer, Than ever Greek did compass in his

arms Troi. and Cres. i 8 275

And what truth can speak truest not truer than Troilus. . . . iii 2 106

There was never a truer rhyme iv 4 22

Never man Sigh'd tmer breath Coriolanus iv 6 121

Ne'er did poor steward wear a truer grief For his undone lord T. of Athens iv 8 487

And I the truer, So to be false with her Cymbeline i 6 43

Truer-hearted. But .in honeaterand truer-hearted man . . 2 Hen. IV. ii 4 414
Truest. As tnie as truest horse that yet would never tire M. N. Dream iii 1 98
By thy . . . glittering gleams, I trust to take of tniest Thisby sight . v 1 280
The truest poetry is the most feigning . . . . As Y. Like It iii 8 19
And what truth cnn speak truest nnt truer than TrolliiH Troi. and Crrs. Ill 2 105
lloro is no nso for gold. Tho bent and truest; For hero it tdoops, nml

does no hired harm T. q/Athent iv 8 290

The truest issue of thy throne By his own interdiction stands accursed

Macbeth iv 8 106

Ho is ono The truest manner'd Cymbeline i 6 166

O, never say hereafter But I am tniest speaker v 6 376

The bracelet of the truest princess That ever swore her faith . . . v 6 416
Truie. Le chien est retourne a son propre vomissement, et la tmie lavee

au bourbier Hen. V. iii 7 69

Trull. Am sure I scared the Dauphin and his trull . . .1 Hen. VI. ii 2 28
How ill-beseeming is it in thy sex To triumph, liko an Amazonian trull,

Upon their woes ! 3 Hen. VI. i 4 114

And let my spleenful sons this trull deflour T. Andron. ii 3 191

Gives his potent regiment to a trull, That noises it against us A, and C. iii 6 95

Truly, sir, 1 think you'll hardly win her . . . . T. G. of Ver. I 1 141

I do as truly suffer As c'or I did commit v 4 76


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