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No man could better command his servants v 1 83

Will you command me to use my legs? ....... pH. 19

Keep close, I thee command . . . . ' . . Hen. V. \\ 3 65

As bootless spend our vain command Upon the enraged soldiers in their

spoil iii 3 24

Take pity of your town and of your people, Whiles yot my soldiers are

In my command . ' . HI 3 29

A servant, under his master's command transporting a sum of money . iv 1 158
Canst thou, when thou command'st the beggar's knee, Command the

health of it? W 1 =74

Virtue ho had, deserving to command 1 n. I I. i 1 9

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Command. Thou art protector And lookest to command the princo and

realm 1 lien. VI. i 1 38

Poel'd priest, dost thou command me to be shut out? . . . . i 8 30
We charge and command you, in his highness' name . . . . i 8 76
Command the citizens make bonlires And feast and banquet in the ojien

streets . . . . . . .... . . i 6 12

This plitce commands my patience '. . . . . . . iii 1 8

Compassion on the king commands me stoop . . ' " t '. ' , . Iii 1 119
And then your highness shall command a peace . . ' '';' ' ". . iv 1 117
Upon my blessing, I command thee go ; ,' ; ; : . iv 5 36

Command the conquest, Charles, it shall bo thine . ,, ( , . ' '. ( '|' |. v 2 19

Command in Anjou what your honour pleases . v 8 147

She is content tn be at your command ; Command, I mean, of virtuous

chaste intents v 6 .19

Hast thou not worldly pleasure at command? . ' ..' ' , .2 Hen. VI, 1 2 45

The Nevils are thy subjects to command il 2 8

Suffolk's imperial tongue is stern and rough, Used to command . . iv 1 122

Command silence. Silence I : : . . iv 2 39

Such aid as I can spare you shall command iv 6 7

I charge and command that, of the city's cost, the pissing-conduit run

nothing but claret wine iv (> 3

Away with him ! and do as I command ye iv 7 125

We charge and command that their wives be as free as heart can wish

or tongue can tell iv 7 132

Dare any be so bold to sound retreat or parley, when I command them

kill? iv 8 5

Was ever king that joy'd an earthly throne, And could command no

more content than I ? iv 2

Command my eldest son, nay, all my sons, As pledges . . . . v 1 49
Stern Falconbrklge commands the narrow seas . . .3 Jlen. VI. i 1 239
As doth a sail, til I'd with a fretting gust, Command an argosy to stem

the waves ii 36

The king shall bo commanded ; And be you kings, command, and I'll

obey iii 1 93

What service wilt thou do me, if I give them ? What you command . iii 2 45

Why, then I will do what your grace commands iii 2 49

Since this earth affords no joy to mo, But to command, to chock, to

o'erboar iii 2 166

Margaret Mnst strike her sail and learn awhile to serve Where kings

command iii 3 6

Why commands tho king That his chief followers lodge in towns about

him? Iv 8 12

Let me entreat, for I command no more iv 6 59

Unmanner'd dog ! stand thou, when I command . . Richard III. i 2 39

What we will do, we do upon command i 4 198

He may command me as my sovereign ; But you have power in me as

in a kinsman iii 1 108

Say that the king, which may command, entroats . . . . . lv 4 345
Out of anger Ho sent command to the lord mayor straight lltn, V1U. It 1 151
That good follow, If I command him, follows my appointment . . II 2 134
Hoar Inn king's pleasure, cardinal : who commands you To render lip

the groat seal l' f '-.''. IH 2 228

Yo shall )>o my guests : Something I can command . . " ' '"' ; . Iv 1 116

You mny command us, sir lv 1 117

The eastern tower, Whoso height commands as subject all the vale

Troi. and Cres. 1 2 3

Achievement Is command ; ungain'd, beseech 12 319

Agamemnon commands Achilles ; Achilles is my lord ". . ' .' . ' . if 3 56
Agamemnon is a fool to offer to command Achilles . . - . Y ' " . . . H 3 67

Disguise the holy strength of their command ii 3 136

To Diotned You shall be mistress, and command him wholly . . . iv 4 122
What shall be done To him that victory commands? . . . . iv 5 66
Shall I, sweet lord, be bound to you so much . . .? You shall com-
mand me, sir iv 5 286

Ajax commands tho guard to tend on you v 1 79

I''our shall quickly draw out my command, Which men arc best inclinnd

Coriolann.1 \ 84

Necessity Commands mo nnmo myself iv 6 63

Thou hast ft grim appearance, and thy face Bears a command in't . iv 6 67
I parted hence, but still subsisting Under your great command . . v C 74
And bring you up To be a warrior, and command a camp T. Andron. iv 2 180
He commands us to provide, and give great gifts, And all out of an

empty coffer T. of Athens i 2 198

One business does command us all ; for mine Is money . . . . ill 4 4
Nor has he with him to Supply nis life, or that which can command it lv 2 47
Tho sweet degrees that this brief world affords To such as may tho

passive drugs of it Freely command . <; "'; '.','. . . iv 3 255
He (lid command me to call timely on him \ . Macbeth H 8 51

Let your highness Command upon me . . . . ."..'. lit 1 16

We shall, my lord, Perform what you command us Hi 1 127

What I am truly, Is thine and my imor country's to' command . . Iv 8 132
She has light by hor continually ; Us hor command . . ' . v 1 27

Those ho commands move only in command, Nothing in love . . v 2 19
Set your ontreattnents at a higher rate Than ft command to parley JIamtft \ 8 123

As you did command, I did repel his letters il 1 108

Put your dread pleasures more Into command Thau to entreaty . . il 2 28
His antique sword, Rebellious to his arm, lies where it foils, Kopugimnt

to command : . II 2 493

Such answer as I can mnkn, you filial! command Hi 2 335

ThoHo ftro the stops. But UIOHU cannot I command to nny uUoninco of

harmony HI 2 377

The front of Jove himself; An oyo like Mars, to threaten ami command lit 4 57
That, lapsed in time anil passion, lets go by Tho important acting of

your dread command ; - . . . iif 4 108

Who commands them, sir? The nephew to old Norway '. . ' . iv 4 13
And, but that great command o'ersways the order, She should In

ground unsanctified have lodged . v 1 251

An exact command, Larded with many several sorts of reasons . . v 2 19
The dear father Would with his daughter speak, commands her service

Lear il 4 103
When nature, being oppress'd, commands the mind To suffer with the

body ii 4 109

How, in one house, Should many people, under two commands, Hold

amity? ii 4 244

What need you (Ivo and twenty, ton, or flvo, To follow in a house where

twice so many Havo a command to tend you? il 4 266

My duty cannot suffer To obey in all your daughters' hard commands Iii 4 154
To hear, If you dare venture in your own behalf. A mistress's command iv 2 21
And turn our imprdss'd lances in our eyes Which do command them . v 3 51
At every house I'll call ; I may command at most .... Othello i 1 182



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Command. You sliall more command with years Than with your weapons

Othello i 2 60

1 have served him, and the man commands Like n full aotdier . . 11 1 35
Watch you to-night ; for tho command, I'll lay 't upon you . . . 11 1 272
1/iL hint command, And to obey ahull IHJ In mo ruinorsu, What bloody

business over ........... Ill 8 467

:s!m ini^lit, lie by an emperor's Hide and command him tasks . . . Iv 1 196
As I think, they do command hint home, Deputing Cassio in his govern-

ment ............. fv 1 247

Your power and your command la taken off, And Cassio rules In Cyprus v 2 331
Si- vi m Pompoms Hath given the daro to i .. .. , and commands The

empire of the sea ........ Ant. and Cleo. i 2 191

The 8trong necessity of time commands Onr services awhile . . . i 8 42
That Herod's haul I'll have : but how, when Antony is gone Through

whom I might command it? ........ Ill 8 6

Choose your own company, and command what cost Your heart has

mind to ............. HI 4

Leave me, I pray, a little : pray you now : Nay, do BO ; for, Indeed, I

Itave l'- .1 command .......... Ill 11

Thy beck might from the bidding of the gods Command me . . . iil 11
Whose mlnlNUirs would prevail Under tho service of a child as soon As

1* the commnud of UfDW ......... Ill 13

One that but porforms The bidding of the fullest man, and worthiest

To ttavo command obey'd ......... ill 13

Make as much of me As when mine empire was your follow too, And

sutfer'd my command . . . . . . . . . . Iv 2

That, on my command, Thou then wouldst kill me. , . . . . iv 14

'I'ii tho I,L ,t. service that I shall command you ..... iv 14 132

As thereto sworn by your command, Which my love makes religion to

obey ............. v 2 198

If after this command thon fraught the court With thy unworthluess,

thoudiest .......... Cymlflinel 1 126

You have done Not after our command. Away with her, And pen her up 1 1 153
Why came you from your master? On his command . . . .11 170

I ,"i (. these ih'U'H Of what commands I should be subject to . . .11 172
That you in all obey her, Save when command to your dismission tends ii 3 57
How I that I should murder her? Upon the love and truth and vows

which I Have made to thy command? ...... Ill 2 13

By her own command Hhall give thee opportunity ..... ill 2 18

Hi nee I received command to do this business I have not slept one wink ill 4 102
You must forgot to bo a woman ; change Command Into obedience . ill 4 158
Command our present numbers lie mustor'd ...... Iv 2 343

Kvory good worvant dons not all commands : No bond but to do Just ones v 1 6
And Hum, that luut Upon thu winds command, bind Ilium In bnuwl

/'eri'/filll 1 3
Certain Jewels Lay with you In your coflor: which aro now At your

command ............ ill 4 3

Got this done as I command you. Performance shall follow . . . Iv 2 66
Neither of these are so bad as thou art, Since they do better thoe In

tholr command ........... Iv 172

To perform thy just command. I horo confute myself the king . . v 8 i
Ojuimande. II me commaude do vous dire que vous faltes vous pret

Hen. V. Iv 4 36

Commanded. To close prison lie commanded her .
I li'i father hath commanded her to slip Away . .
It was commanded so. Had you a social warrant?
How many bo commanded that command ! . .
A woman's gift To nun a shower of commanded tears



. T. Q. of Ver. ill 1 335
Mer. H'nrj Iv 6 33
. Meas. for A/eoj. v 1 463
Mer. of Venice 11 45
T. of Shrew I ml, 1 12$

I commanded the sloevos should bo cut out and sowed up Again . . iv 8 147
I am commanded here, and kept a coil with 'Too young and ' the next

year* and ''tis too tuirty ' ....... Alt'* it'cll II 1

I have, sir, as I was commanded from you, Bpoko with the king . . 11 A
He hath not slept to-night : commanded None should come at Mm

W, Tale II 8

With a love even such, 80 and no other, as yourself commanded . . HI 2
We wore all commanded out of the chamber ...... v 2

I beg no favour, Only convey me whcro thou art commanded '1 Hen. VI. 11 4
We have dispatch'd the duke, as he commanded ..... Hi 2

Commanded always by the greater gust .... 3 Urn. VI. Hi 1

The king shall bo commanded ; And be you kings, command, and I'll

obey ............. ill 1

I am commanded, with your leave and favour, Humbly to kiss your

hand ............. ill 8

I am, in thin, commanded to deliver Tho noble l)uko of Clarence to your

hands . ......... Richard III, 1 4

What we will do, we do upon command. And he that hath commanded

is the king ............ t 4 199

Tho great King of kings Hath in the tables of his law commanded That

thou Mi ill do no murder ......... 14 aoi

They have not been commanded, mighty sovereign . . . . Iv 4 487

To bo commanded Fur ever by your grace, whose hand has raised mo

Hen. VIII. H 2 119
Lot Hltonco bo command o<I. What 'B tho neod? ..... H 4 3

I stood not in the ttmllu of hoavun ; who had Commanded nature . . II 4 188
Hath commanded To-morrow morning to the council-board Ho bo con-

vtmted ............. v 1 50

I could not personally deliver to her What you commanded mo . . v 1 63
I have brought my lord the archbishop, As you commanded me . . v 1 81
Achilles is a fool to be commanded of Agamemnon . . Trot, and Ores, ii 3 68
I do wonder His insolence can brook to bo commanded . . Corio&iriiu 1 1 266
We are the empress' eons. And therefore do we what we are commanded

T. Andron. v 2 164

Hut one word more, He will not be commanded . . . Macbeth iv 1 75
And here give up ourselves, In the full Unit To lay our service freely at

your feet, To be commanded ...... Hamlet ii 2 32

Commanded me to follow, and attend Tho leisure of their answer Lenr il 4 36
I am commanded home. Get you away ..... Othello iv 1 269

Ho hath commanded mo to go to bod, And bade me to dismiss you . Iv 8 13
E'en a woman, and commanded By such poor passion as tho maid that

milks And does the meanest chares ..... 4 nt. and Cleo. iv 16 73

Wherefore you have Commanded of me these most poisonous compounds

Cymbeline 1 6 6
I am ignorant in what I am commanded ....... iil 2 23

'TU commanded I should do so ......... Hi 4 128

That is the second thing that I have commanded thee . . . . iii 6 157

Commander. Wo must prepare to meet with Caliban. Ay, my commander

Tempest iv 1 167

Bo ruled by thee. Love thee as our commander and our king T. 0. of Ver. iv 1 67
When in the world I lived, 1 waa the world's commander . L. L. Lost v 2 565
It is reported that ho has taken their greatest commander . All's Well iil 6 6



Commander. The troops aro all scattered, and tho commanders very

poor rogues .......... All's Well iv 8

Commander of this hot malicious day . . . . .A'. John ii 1

Such follows aro perfect In tho great commanders' names . // .. V. Ill i)
A good old commander and a immt kind gnntlnnmn . . . . iv 1

While thu vulture of sedition Foods in tho bosom of mich great com-

manders ......... 1 Hen. VI. iv 8

Hoyal commanders, bo in readiness ...... 3 Hen. VI. 11 2

Agamemnon, Thou great commander, nerve and bouo of Greece Tr. and t'r. i 3
What's Agamemnon? Thy commander, Achilles ..... ii 3

To Saturnine, King and commander of our commonweal . . T. Andron. i 1
Ixml of my life, commander of my thought* ...... iv 4

Hid our commander* luud their charges oil A little from this ground

J. Ccesar iv 2

Bid tho commanders Prepare to lodge their companies to-night . . iv 3
I will rather sue to be despised than to deceive so good a commander

Othdlo ii 3
Gommandest. Canst thou, when thou command's! tho beggar's knee,

Command the health of it? ..... . . Hen. V. Iv 1

Shalt find Men well inclined to hoar what thou command'st 3 Hen. VI. iv 8
Commanding. Subjected tribute to commanding lovo . . K. Jokni \
Ho sjwaks with such a proud commanding spirit . . 1 Hen. VI. Iv 7
Tho great commanding Warwick Is thither gono . . 3 Hen. VI. Hi 1
Where every horse bears his commanding rein . . . Richard III. II 2
For one being fear'd of all, now fearing one ; For one commanding all,

obey'd of none ........... Iv 4

By whose virtue, The court of Rome commanding . . Hen. VIII. ii 2
Wife-like government, Obeying In commanding ..... H 4

Commanding peace Kvoii with the bame austerity and garb AH ho

controlld the war . . ... . . - Corivlanu* Iv 7

O, what a precious comfort 'tis, to have so many, like brothers, com-

manding one another's fortunes I .... T. of Athens I 2
Commandment. Like the sanctimonious pirate, that went to sea with

the Ten Command men U, but 8crai>ed one out of tho table V fur M. i 2
Why, 'twas a commandment to command the captain and all the rest

from their functions .......... i 2

Lot Ills deservings and my love withal B valued 'gainst your wife's

commandment .... ... Mcr. of Venice Iv 1

Therefore put I on the countenance Of stern commandment A* Y. Like It ii 7
To the contrary I have express commandment . . . W. 'l\\lr. 11 2
Have I commandment on tho pulso of life? . . . .A'. John iv 2

Hail the boat of them all at commandment ... 2 !i< >< IV. Ill 2
Tim laws of England are nt my commandment ...... V 3

From him 1 havo ox proas conimandmmit ..... 1 It* n. VI. i 8

I'ld not my ton coinmandmunU In your fuco . , . .2 Hrn, VI. 1 8
And pout*, llku tho comnianilmont of a king, Warm chock to K<K! und

bad .......... Tni. and (VeJ. i 3

Say, you chose him More after our commandment than as guided hy

your own true affections ....... Coriolanus ii 3

Thy commandment all alone shall live Within tho book and volnmu of

IM> brmln . . ...... Hamlet I 6

If It snail please you to make me a wholesome answer, I will do your

mother a commandment . . . , ..... Ill 2

Trll hint his commandment ia fulllll'd ....... v 2

He never gave commandment for their death . .... v 2

Commence. Many a wooor doth commence his suit To her he thinks not

worthy, yet he wooes ........ Much Ado 11 3

Most Bhallowly did you these anus commence . . . .2 Hen. IV. iv 2

Sack commences It and U it In act and uso ...... iv 3

And, like a hungry lion, did commence Rough deeds of rugo 1 Hen. VI. iv 7
Thy nature did commence hi aufl'orance, timo Uath made thee hard in't

r. of Athens Iv 8
Nover did my actions yet commence A deed might gain hor lovo or yuur

displeasure .......... ferules 11 6

Commenced. And breathe short-winded accents of now broils To bo

commenced in stramls afar remote ..... 1 Hen. IV. 1 1
Still unfold Tho acts commenced on this ball of earth . 2 Hen. IV. Ind.
When he to madding Dido would unfold His father's acts commenced

in burning Troy ........ 2 Hen. VI. Hi 2

Commencement. Tho origin and commencement of his grief Sprung from

neglected love ......... Hamlet Hi 1

It was a violent commencement, and thou shall sou an answerable

soquoat ration ......... Othrllo 1 3

Commencing. Why hath It given me earnest of success, Commencing in

a truth? .......... Maclvth I 8

Commend thy grievance to my holy prayers . . . T. G. of Ver. i 1
I'll commend you to my master . . . . . . 1 1

To Hahite the emperor And to commend their service to his will . . i 3
Flatter and praise, commend, extol their graces ..... Hi 1

When to her beauty I commend my vows, She bids me think how I have

been forsworn ........... iv 2

What Is she, That all our swains commend her? ..... iv 2

If thou secst her before me, commend me .... Her. H'trej i 4

My desires hud instance and argument to commend themselves . . H 2
Sir, I commend you to your own content. He that commends me to

mine own content Commends me to the thing I cannot get Com. of Err. 1 2
I did commend the black -oppressing humour to the most wholesome

physic of thy health-giving air ...... / L. Lost f 1

I-i'ly, I will commend you to mine own heart ...... HI

Ami to her white hand see thou do commend This seal'd-up counsel . iii 1
Well learned is that tongue that well can thee commend . . . Iv 2
Besides commends and courteous breath, Gifts of rich value Mer. ofVen. ii 9
This letter from Belkirlo doth commend A young and learned doctor . iv 1
Buttered with his own learning, the greatness whereof I cannot enough

commend ............ Iv 1

Your daughter and her cousin much commend Tho parU and graces of

the wrestler ......... At Y. Like It fi 2

I pray you, commend my counterfeiting to him ..... Iv 3

Say she be mute and will not speak a word ; Then I'll commend her

volubility ......... T. of Shrew ii 1

They shall be no more than needful there, if they were more than they

can commend ......... All'* Well iv 3

Commend the paper to his gracious hand ..... 1

She did commend ray yellow stockings ..... T. Night H 5

Commend my best obedience to the queen .... IV. Tale 11 2

Hath brought you forth a daughter; Here 'tis; commends it to your

blessing ........... . ii 3

Commend it strangely to some place Where chance may nurse or end it ii 8
Commend them and condemn them to her servico Or to their own

perdition ............ Iv 4



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Commend. Commend these waters to those baby eyes That never saw

tho giant world enraged K. John v

Therefore commend me ; let him not come there . . . Richard II. 1

Tell her 1 send to her my kind commend* Hi

Ills glittering arms he will commend to rust Hi

Speak to his gentle hearing hind commends . . . . . . iii

York commends the plot and the general course of the action 1 Hen. IV. \\
I commend me to thee, I commend thee, and I leave thee . 2 Hen. IV. ii

You can do it: I commend you well iii

Commend my service to my sovereign Hen. V. iv

I commend this kind submission 2 Hen. VI. v

First, he commends him to your noble lordship. And then? Richard III. Hi
To thro I do commend my watchful soul, Ere I let fall the windows of

mine eyes v

The king's majesty Commnnds hla good opinion of you . Ilr.n. VIII. H
I love you ; And durst commend a secret to your ear . v

But what the repining enemy commends, That breath fame blows

Troi. and Cres. I

Commends himself most affectionately to you ill

The beauty that is borne here in the face The bearer knows not, but

commends itself To others' eyes iii

We'll but commend what we intend to sell iv

She's well, but bade me not commend her to you iv

Commend my sorvico to her beauty v

We did commend To your remembrances Coriolanus ii

Let me commend theo first to those that shall Say yea to thy desires . Iv

Commend mo to their loves T. of Athens ii

Commend me bountifully to his good lordship iii

His silver hairs Will purchase us a good opinion And buy men's voices

to commend our deeds /. Ctesar ii

Commends the ingredients of our poison'd chalice To our own lips Macb. i
I wish your horses swift and sure of foot; And so I do commend you

to their backs iii

O, well done 1 I commend your pains ; And every one shall share i' the

gnins iv

Farewell, ami lot your haste commend your duty . . . Hamlet \
Ho, goiitlomnn, With all my love I do commend me to you ... 1

1 commend my duty to your lordship v

He does well to commend it himself; there are no tongues else for's

turn v

Whose virtue and obedience doth this instant So much commend itself

Lear ii

I did commend your highness' letters to them ii

And dare, upon the warrant of my note, Commend a dear thing to you . iii
To this great fairy I'll commend thy acts . . . . Ant. and Cleo, iv
Commend unto his lips thy favouring hand : Kiss it, my warrior . . iv
Whom I commend to you as a noble friend of mine . . . Cymbcline i

To your protection I commend me, gods II

For thin Immediate levy, ho commends Ills absolute commission . . Ill
Ho had nnnd mnan better than his outward show Can any way speak In

his just commend . . . . . . , Pericles ii

Or morn tlmti *s lit, Slnco every worth In show commends itself . . It
Well, I do commend hor choice ; And will no longer have It be dolny'tl . 11
It Is your grace's pleasure to commend ; Not my desert . . . .11
The unborn event I do commend to your content . . . . iv Gowi
Commends him Mtr. of Venice iii 2 ; As Y. Like It lv 8 ; Richard II. ii 1 ;

2 Hen. IV. iii 2; Hen. f. iv 6

Commend me to M. N. Dream iii 1 ; Mtr. Wives ii 2 ; Mitch Ado i 1 ;
T. of Shrew iv 3 ; All'* Well ii 2 ; K. John v 4 ; Richard II. I 1 ; i 2 ;
2 Hen. IV, \ 2 ; Hen. V. iv 1 ; 8 Hen. VI. v 2 ; Richard III. iii 1 ; iv 6 ;
Hen. VIII. It 1 ; Coriotonu* iii 2 ; Rom. and Jul, H 4 ; i!f 4 ; 2'. of
Athens i 1 ; ii 1 ; ii 2 ; iii 2 ; v 1 ; J. Caesar ii 4 ; iv 3 ; Othello v 2 ;
Cymbclinc 1 4

Commendable. Sure, sure, such carping is not commendable Much Ado Hi
Not to bo so odd and from all fashions As Beatrice Is, cannot be com-

mondablo HI

Silence fs only commendable In a neat's tongue dried and a maid not
vendible ......... Mer. of Venice \

The best grace of wit will shortly turn into silence, and discourse grow

commendable in none only but parrots iii

More quaint, more pleasing, nor more commendable . T. of Shrew lv
Good phrases are surely, and ever were, very commendable 2 Hen. IV. iii
And, commendable proved, let's die in pride ... 1 Hen. VI. Iv
And power, unto itself most commendable, Hath not a tomb so evident

as a chair To extol what it hath done . . . Coriolanvs iv
Tis sweat and commendable In your nature .... Hnmtet \
Commendation. 'Tis a word or two Of commendations . T. G. of Ver. i
This gentleman Is come to me, With commendation from great poten-
tates H

Mistress Pugo hath hor hearty commomlatlons to you . Mer. Wires H

Only this commendation I can afibrd her JlfucA Ado \

Thn commendation is not In his wit, but In his villany . . . . H


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