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ill i,. i . . . Ant, nno Hen, 11 2,

General grievance's. This' schedule, For this contains our general

grievances ...* * lien, u . iv i

General groan. Never alone Did the king sigh, but with a generol^roan^ ^

General honour. Revenges to your heart, And general honour

Meets, for Mrn.i. Iv 8
General hunting. Who hath abandoned hnr holy grovos To see (lie

general hunting In this forest ... . T. A,,,lr,m. II 8

General Ignorance. Where gentry, title, wisdom, Cannot conclude but

by tho yea and no Of general ignorance . . . lonolania in
General Joy. But that time offer'd sorrow ; This, general joy Hen. VII . iv 1
Fill full. I drink to the general joy o' the whole table . . Macbeth in 4
General leprosy. Itches, blains, Sow all tho Athenian bosoms ; and

their crop Bo general leprosy I ? of Athens iv 1

General louts. Show our general louts How yon can frown torwlanns ni 2
General mock. Would ever have, to incur a general mock, Run from

her gimrdago to tho sooty bosom Of such a thing as thou Othello i 2
General name. However It is spread In general name, llclates in pur-

poso only to Achilles Tnt.amiOni.ll

Tho blot ami enemy to our general name ! ... J. Andran. it J
General offence. Mothinks, thou art a general offence, and every man

should beat thee . M ' \f " 3

General part. Though in general part we were opposed, Yet our old

love made a particular force . . . . . T. of A thent v 2
General peace. Have earnestly implored a general peace . 13m. VI. v 4
General petition. They [your lips) should sooner persuade Harry of

En"land than a general petition of monarchs . . . lien. r. v ^
General praise. Andheropitaphslnglitteringgoldencharactersexpicss

A general praiso to her I\nda Iv 8

General prophecy. And, not consulting, broke Into a general IJ?"^ f { l

General riot. Thou wonldst have plunged thyself In general riot;

moiled down thy youth \- "/Athens Iv 8

General services. Alike conversant In general services, and more re-

markable in single oppositions . . . Cv^eline Iv
General sex. To square the general sex By Cressid's rule Trot, and Cm. v 2
General shout. Another general shout I I do believe that these ap-

plausos are For some new honours that are heap d on Ciesar J. C<rsar i 2
General sovereignty. Such as his reading And manifest experience Imd

collected For general sovereignty . . Alls Hell I
General state. The other half comes to the general state Her. of Venice iv 1
Is it so concluded ?-By Priam and th- general state of Troy Tr .and Cr. iv 2
The general state, I fear, Can scarce entreat yon to bo odd with him . IV
General suit. Only their ends You have respected; stoppd your ears

against The Ronoral suit of Rome . . . . . Cbrfefcmui T 8
General sway. To gripe tho general sway Into your hand .1 am. IV. v 1
General synod. Out, thou strumpet, Fortune 1 All yon gods, In general

synod, take away her power I "JSf? "

General taint. With a general taint Of tho whole state . lien. V III. v .1



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General throng. Follow'd with thogeneral throng and sweat Of thoivsa^u^^^

GeneraTtongue. Rome, the nurse of judgement, Invited by your noble

self, hath sent One general tongue unto us . . . ^
Speak to me home, mince not the, general tongue . . Ant a nA Cleo i 2
General trumpet. Now let the general trumpet b ow Ins blast 1 2 Ht . \ . v 2
General use. Ten thousand dollars to our general use . iM>

General voice. For all the country in a general voice Cried '^^'I' , y j

Gonorai'wiirr'anty. lint with such 'general warranty of heaven As \^ ^ ^

General way'!! have 'been' bold-For that I knew'lt the most general
way To them to use your signet . . , . . J ' "{, ,' c " 3

General weal. Take the bridge quite away Of linn that, his particular

to foresee, Smells from the general weal . . . . . 3

General welcome. Ladies, a general welcome from his grace BdnHsj^^ ( ^

General woe. ' Our present business Is general woe . . . . l-mr v 8
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dst thou disgorge into tho general world. . . ^ J -^' ' \\
General wreck. Hence grow the general wreck and miissacre 1 Hen. II. I I
General wrong. They are pitiful; And plly to the BOiioral wrong of

Eomo-S lire drives out flro, BO plly pity-Hath done this j 1 ^ ,., ,

GeneraSy allowed for your many' war-like '. . . 'preparations '.Her. WimsH 2
You were best to call them generally, man by man . . M. N. Dream i 2
ftLnk God I am not a woman, to be touched with """jJjWft,...

offences as he hath generally taxed their whole sex withal As ?" \
To whom we all rest generally beholding . . . T. n/Stocia i 2
He that so generally is at all times good must of necessity hold h.s

virtue to you ......... *" "': i

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This R i's <1 no'tod: f And a g C euera,,y, whoever the king favours I ll/n, IW. II
How If hohad bolls? full, all over, generally? . . Trl. an.!. I a.
And, generally, in all shapes that man goes up and down in 1. of Athens h
Generktion. More gentle-kind than of Our human generation To.ij.est in
Ere twice the sun hath made his journal greeting To the under genera-

tion, you shall find Your safety manifested . .Ntos. /or Heas.lv
When the work of generation was Between these woolly breeders M. of V.I
Fourteen they shall not see, To bring false generations . . II . litle
Doing but the second generation Removed . . n . , ,,,'
And these two beget A generation of still-brceding thoughts Kichttrd II. v
So suece.s of mischief shall bo born And heir from heir shall hold this

quarrel up Whiles England shall have generation . 2 Weil. II. iv
Is tWs the generation of love ? hot blood, hot thoughts, and hot deeds

Why they are vipers : is love a generation of vipers? /rot. and lies, n
Thy mother'fof my generation: what's she, if I be a dog? T.o/Alhensi
He that makes his generation messes To gorge his appetite . . Lear,
The gods revenge it upon me and mine, To the end of generation 1 Per. hi
She's able to free thVgod Priapus, and un< o a whole generation v

Generative. He is a motion generative ; that's infallible Meat. f'f'"*- '
Generosity. To break the heart of generosity . . . . Comolanus i
QeneroUB. The generous and gravest citizens Have hent th^gato ^^ ^

The posterior of the day, most generous sir, is liable, congruent , and

measurable for the afternoon . . .-L.L.M-T

This is not generous, not gontle, not humble .... ,',,,, ',,,.,

Oenorous, guiltless and of free disposition . . 7. A !/ I

Can It bo That flodegeuemlo a strain as this Should onco set fooling lii
your generous bosoms? ...... y roi. .in,! Ofs. II

They in fiance of the best rank and nlaHon Are of a most A<Ktiml
generous chief in that ..... , ,.',' U ^i,

He being remiss Most generous and free from all contriving . . iv
Let my disclaiming ?rom a purposed evil Free me so far in your most ^

My Mhnen'stons'ar'o 8 as 3 well compact, My mind as generous . 'f. ar ..\
The Bcnerous islanders By yon invited do attend your presence Olheilo in
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Ay.-0enitivo,-horum. liarnin, lionim . . . Jlfrr II tws v
Gonitivo. Nominative, hig, hag, hog ; pray yon, mark : genitivo hujus iv
Genius. Tho strong'st suggestion Our worsor gvmns can, shall ^imcr



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us'Ld'lhVmortal'instnunents Are then in council . 1 C.rsnr II 1 66
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Geoa What new, from Oenoa? hast thou found my dan, -^ '"//, ' *<

Antonio, as I heard in donna,- What, what, what? Ill luck, I I luck (
InOenoaT-YourdaughterspontlnGonoa.asIheard.l.iononlghtfoir- ^ ^ ^

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Gentile Now, by my hood, a Gentile and no Jew . . Mtr. o/Vcnit
GeStilhornme Jo pense que vous etes gentilhomme de bonne quaM^

Jo snis gentilhomme de bonne maison



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Gentle. Make not too rash a trial of him, for Ito n . -I " r,j.

O, she Is Ten times more gentle than her Ihthert ci . "

In truth, sir, and she Is pretty, and linnnrt, and Konllo . . Mer. H tool

I'll make him danco. Will you BO. gontlen? .

(ientlo and fair, your brother kindly gree .. you . . *'' f ^.""'*\. (
Pretty and witty, wild and yot, too, gcnllo



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GENTLE KING



le sovereign grace, Of such enchanting presence and

GontlO. Knell u gent . Cum. of Errors iii 2 165

disfuiirsii ingling ; but, gentles, agree . . . /.. L. Lost ii 1 225
Good wit-s will bn ji a| . at t |, e ir game, and we will to our recreation . iv 2 172

Away! the goiilli-s B not gentle, not humble v 2 632

Tliis ia nut gi 'in 'i'1'iyou wonder at this show . . . Itl. N. Dream v 1 128



Gentles, perchance re | ien d : if you pardon, we will mend



v 1 436



Gentles, do not n 'l' Bc h O oled and yet learned . . . As Y. Like It i 1 172

He's gentle, never . you j An ,j wherefore are you gentle, strong and

Why do people lovBS ii 3 6

valiant r . , e ntle. 'Twas told me you were rough T. of Shrew ii 1 244
I Hud you passing 1^ f Q en tles methinks you frown . . . . iii 2 95
How does my fall in- you s)ia ]i ),avo one too, And not till then . . iv 8 71
When you are gentry, ()ur gentry than our parents' noble names, In
Which no less adu^ednjgontij IK. Tale i 2 394

whose success fctrangi,) s ,,ch thoughts as those . . . . iv 4 46

Il.i moriy, gentle; ,, ow wo are gentlemen v 2 164

We must bouvnll<. ol n,|, ls to jest. Uo 1 to light . . . Richard II. 1 8 95
As gentle and as jo 9 al | i'ho flat unraised spirits . . . lien. I'. Prol. 8
Kul pardon, gentle,,,, transported, gentles, to Southampton . . ii Prol. 35
And the scene Is fc,|._o then belike she was old and gentlo . . iii 7 55
Mine was not brldlj rj e hold, as may unworthiness define . . iv Prol. 45
Mean and gentle al T |,is day shall gentle his condition . . . . iv 3 63
Be he ne'er so vile, ttli t | in cradle-babe .... 2 Hen. VI. iii 2 392
AH mil.l and K''"i 'HIM and virtuous ! The fitter for the King of heaven,
O, he was gentle, m Richard III. I 2 104

that hath I. lerness of heart And gentle, kind, effeminate remorse ill 7 211
We know your ti'n' n tlo in my speech. And brief, good mother . . iv 4 160
I will be mild arid ftrects Of disposition gentle . . Hen. VIII. ii 4 87
And display .1 the -gentle, noble temper, A soul as even as a calm . iii 1 165
horses Pace 'em not in their hands to make 'em

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I know you have aji

Those that tame wj

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moro ,, on tio, and altogether moro tractable

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, ) and too free a man ....... iv 5 139

Thou art too gently va ij an t Hector, welcome ..... iv 5 227

Must gentle and m^r what honour was This Cressida in Troy? . . iv 5 287
As gentle tell me, w accolm t gentle ...... Coriolanus ii 3 104

'Tis a condition tin, | unbind my sons T. Andron. iii 1 23

O gentle, aged nieij, e|ltle iu llis view should be so tyrannous and rough

Alas, that love, so ;" ........ Ram. and Jul.i \ i ? i

in proof I . , iee Eenl i e Apemantus ! Till I be gentle, stay thou
(luotl morrow to t\ orra " v ' ..... T. of Athens i 1 179

for thy goo. n,, hioeding piece of earth, That I am meek and gentlo
O, im-dim me, tln> cllol . a | ........ J. Ctcmr ill 1 255

with these lint allll (ho elements So mlxM In him . . . . v 5 73
His life was genllo forci ,, ( nccor d of Hamlet Sits smiling to my heart llam.i 2 123
Tins gentle and un. sof . Gentle, and low, an excellent thing in woman
Her voice was ever. ' i j^,,. v 3 273

v hardly I was drawn into this war ; How calm and
You shall see Hov^,,,, stm In all my writings . . Ant. and lira, v 1 75

gentle I procei, boat . oe gBn ti e to her ...... v 2 68

It shall content nn^if to our intents, Which towards you are most

If you apply you^u unu A benefit in this change ..... v 2 127

gentle, you shi M soft as airi as gentle, O Antony I . . . . v 2 314
Assweetas balm, , tle but unfortunate ; Dishonestly afflicted Cymlelineiv 2 39
lie said ho was goi As zo ,,hyrs blowing below the violet . . . . Iv 2 17:
They are as gentle, Rlll | midwife gentle To those that cry by night Per. iii 1 n
Divinest patroness tll y llfo | _ _ Quiet and gentle thy conditions ! . ill 1 29
Now, mild may !>.)_ Anii t hon, of so gentle a condition ! Ay, too

Othello ly 1 204
157



'"". '""" ""Y "". "And then, of so gentle a
Gentle a condition that's certain

gentle. Nay , ev e r raven sing so like a lark ? . . T. Andron. iii 1
Gentle Aaron I Did, are all um i on e ] Now help, or woe betide thee ever-

O gentle Aaron, w. iv 2 55

more I . . ltain ' 110 j ot| [ c harge thee : write to him I will sub-
Gentle adieus. I). adiell3 and greetings .... Ant. and Cleo. Iv 6 14

;,.! ibe gentle^ llotu cherish weeds but gentle air ? 3 Hen. VI. ii 6 21
Gen tit. air. IMII- wr e all ,, xpect a gentlo answer, Jew . Mer. of Venice iv 1 34
Gentle answer. \\_ Qood morrow to theo, gentlo Apemantua I Till I
Gentle Apemantus, tlloll for t h y g 00 ,i lllorrow . . . T. of Athens i I i 7 %

be gentlo, staV jj e j g no ^ ^j ie fl owel . o f courtesy, but, I'll warrant
Gentle as a lamb as a ]amb Rom. and Jul. ii 6

him, as gmi l<y e s h a n j|mi a time, Audrey ; patience, gentlo Audrey.
Gentle Audrey V )riost was g0ll ,i moneh . . . .AsY. Likr, It v 1

., ~J'"v ' ,'," 'senile babe Marina Ptrielet iii 8

Gentle babe. My &M w ish You were conducted to a gentle bath Coriol. i 6 63
Gentle bath. lco int posture for me. Not so, gentle beast . L. L. Lost ii 1 222
Gentle beast, ''"st, and of a good conscience . . . M. fif. Dream v 1 230

A very gentle t>ea. e a hedge-born swain That doth presume to boast of
Gentle blood. I,ik j jj en j,-/ iv |

gentlo blood ' nd lap tlieir g e ' n tie blood .' .' .' Richard III. iv 4 50

ivorry lambs a, leremw( , - -



To worry lambs ; "herein we step after a stranger march Upon her gentlo
Gentle bosom. \V_ ' ....... K.JahnvZ

bosom



bosom . bosom of peace with pillage and robbery . Hat. V. iv 1 i
(.until t he ig.ml In Mlloll ' H ir,,nUn brain (.onld not drop forth such giiint-

Gonlle brain. W, ,, B ' At If . like It iv t

rndoniveiili..i )uramy( . ailsMustnll Tempest Epil.

Gentle breath uf yf ith gentle breath, calm look . . Rom. and Jul. iii 1 i

All this uttered \V you in aga j n ; Comfort my sister . Com. of Errors iii 2
Gentle brother, geU r3i Have we thus met? .... Cymleline v 5 3

O my gentle bi..tl. e a riot ou tlie gen tle brow Of true sincerity A'. John iii 1 2,,
Gentla brow. MaV nd be not jealous on me, gentle Brutus . J. C (csar i 2 71
Gentle Brutus. Ap ortia _j should not need, if you were gentle Brutus ii 1 275
Kneel nut, gentle j^ was a g en ti o business, and becoming The action of

Gentle business. llm _ y, 1L u 8 5<

BII .1 won. en n U3 ,h e manner of it, gentle Casca . . /. Cfesnr I 2 23
Gentle oasca. 1 .'Q O g ,,tie Catesby, And, as it were far oft', sound thou
Gentle Oatosby. ' " _ ' _ _ Richard III. ill 1 165

I.onl Haslin l / folm ,i tlie nri nce in the next room, Washing with



Gentle cheeks. I



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2 lien. IV. iv 5 8.



kindly tears 1'j'hanks, guntlo citizens and friends,' quoth I
Gontle citizens, j Richard III. ill 7 3!

velcome unto Warwick ; And welcome, Somerset
Gentle Clarence, ^ 3 , lell vl iv 2 6

I hope it is some pardon or reprieve For the most
Gentle Claudlo . Meat, for M ,.-. iv 2 7

gentle Clan Jg owcomea Ulja ge i, t ie concord in the world? M. N. D. iv 1 14
Gentle concord. Y ou are my eldest brother ; and, in the gentle con-
Gentle condition. ^ ynu should so know me . . . As Y. Like It I 1 4

dition oi bloc. With gentle conference, soa and affable T. of Shrew ii 1 25
Gentle conference



Gentle Constance. Patience, good lady I comfort, gentle Constance I

A'. John iii 4 22
entle convertlte. But since you are a gentle convertite, My tongue

shall hush again this storm of war v 1 19

^entle counsel. What, dost thou scorn me for my gentle counsel ?

Richard 111. i 3 297

jentle cousin, Let us go thank him and encourage him . As Y\ Like It i 2 251
I kiss your hand. Farewell, gentle cousin. Coz, farewell . A*. John iii 3 17
O my gentlo cousin, Hear'st thou the news abroad, who are arrived ? . iv 2 159
Then let me hear Of you, my gentle cousin . . . .1 Hen. IV. i 1 31
Health to my lord and gentle cousin, Mowbray . . 2 Hen. IV. iv 2 78
entle coz. Content thee, gentle coz, let him alone . . .Rom. and Jul. i 5 67
rentle creditors. Which, if like an ill venture it come unluckily homo,

I break, and yon, my gentlo creditors, lose . . 2 Hen. IV. Kpil. 13
lentle daughter. On Thnrio, whom your gentle daughter haUa

T. (i. of Ver. iii 1 14

Fear mo not. Nor, gentlo daughter, fear yon not at all 71/cu.s. for Menu, iv 1 71
If e'er the Jew her father come to heaven, It will be for his gentle

daughter's sake Mer. of I'eiiice ii 4 35

Loving wife, and gentle daughter, Give even way unto my rough aflairs

2llen.li: ii 3 i
Jentle day. The gentle day, Before the wheels of Phoebus, round about

Dapples the drowsy east with spots of grey . . . Much Ado v 3 25

And here will rest me. Come, thou gentle day 1 . . M. N. Drann iii 2 418

Jentle Desdemona. But that I love the gentle Posdemona . . Ittliclto i 2 25

Jentle duke. In brief, he led me to the gentle duko . As Y. Like It iv 3 143

Gentle earl. Be patient, gentle Earl of Westmoreland. Patience is for

poltroons, such as he 8 Hen. VI. i 1 61

Gentle earth. Feed not thy sovereign's foe. my gentle earth Richard 11. iii 2 12
Jentle empress, 'Tis thought you have a goodly gift in horning T. Antlron. ii 3 66
Gentle entertainment. The queen desires you to use some gentle enter-
tainment to Laertes before you fall to play . . . Hamlet v 2 216
Jentle Eros. Nay, weep not, gentle Eros ; there is left us Ourselves to

end ourselves Ant. and C'leo. iv 14 21

Jentle exercise. To gentle exercise and proof of arms . . 1 Hen. It: v 2 55
Gentle eye. And snarleth in the gentle eyes of peace . . A'. Jnhn iv 3 150
O thou eternal Mover of the heavens, Look with a gentle eye upon this

wretch 1 O, beat away the busy meddling fiend I . 2 Hen. VI. iii 3 20
Jentle eye-drops. Would, by beholding him, have wash'd his knife With

gentle eye-drops 2 Hen. IV. iv 6 88

Jentle fine. The gentle line is this : My lips, two blushing pilgrims,

ready stand To smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss /.' and J. I 6 96
Jentle name. Our gentle flame Provokes itself . . T. of Athens i 1 23
Gentle Wend, for lovo and courtesy Lie further off . . M. N. lircam ii 2 56
Joy, gentle friends I joy and fresh days of love Accompany your hearts ! v 1 2j
Good oven to yon, sir. Good oven, gentle friend . . As Y. Like It v I



Gentle friend, Let thy fair wisdom, not thy passion, sway . T. Nitjht iv 1
hary? Tell me, gentle friend, How went ho under him?



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llichard II. v 6

Let there be no noise made, my gentle friends . . 2 Hen. IV. iv 6 i

Farewell, good cousin ; farewell, gentle friends . . Richard III. iii 7 247

Gentle friends, Let's kill him boldly, but not wrathfully . J. Ca~sar ii 1 171

We will hear Cajsar's will. Have patience, gentle friends . . . iii 2 145

jontlo gentlemen. Fare you well, gentle gentlemen . 2 Hen. IV. iii 2 321

Gentle girl, assist me ; And even in kind love I do conjure thee T. G. of V. ii 7 i

Come, let's fall to ; and, gentle girl, eat this : Here is no drink 1 T. An. iii 2 34

Gentle gods. You gentle gods, give mo but this [wile] I have, And sear

up my embracoments from a next I ..... dymMine i 1 115

Gentle Gratlano. And pardon mo, my gentle firattano . Mcr. of Venice v 1 260
Gentle grave. Bather a ditch in Egypt Bo gentle grave unto mo I

Ant. and Clco. v 2 58
Gentle greeting. This is the most despiteful gentle greeting, The noblest

hateful love ......... Troi. and Ores, iv 1 32

Gentle Gulldenstern. Thanks, Kosencrantz and gentle Guildenstern.

Thanks, Guildenstern ar.d gentle Rosencrautz . . . Hamlet ii 2 33
Gentle gusts. What did I then, but cursed the gentle gusts? 2 Hen. VI. iii 2 88
Gentle hands. Your gentle hands lend us, and take our hearts All's IV. Epil. 340
Gentle Harry Percy. And 'gentle Harry Percy, 'and 'kind cousin ;' O,

the devil take such cozeners ! ...... 1 lien. IV. i 8 254

Gentle head. Rest your gentle head upon her lap, And she will sing . iii 1 215
Gentle hearers. For, gentle hearers, know, To rank our chosen truth

with such a show ........ Hen. VIII. Prol. 17

Gentle hearing. Speak to his gentlo hearing kind commends Ituhurd II. iii 3 126
Gentle heart. Yon, ladies, yon, whoso gentle hearts do fear The Hiuallrst

monstrous mouse ........ At. N. /'mint v 1 222

Much good do it unto tliy gentle heart ! .... T. of Shrew iv 3 51

He hath a stern look, but a gentle heart ..... A". John iv 1 88

And their gentle hearts To fierce and bloody inclination . . . v2 157
Teach a soldier terms Such as will enter at a lady's ear And plead his

love-suit to her gentle heart ...... Hen. V. v 2 101

Nor with sour looks alilict his gentle heart . . . . T. Andron. i 1 441

Send thy gentlo heart before, To say thou 'It enter friendly T. of Athens v 4 48

And your looks foreshow You liavo a gentle heart . . . I'critics iv 1 87

Gentle hearted. And hero's to right our gontlo-hoartod king 8 Hen. VI. I 4 176

Gentle heavon. Smile, gunlle heaven I or strike, ungentle death I . .118 6

O, pity, pity, gentle heaven, pity I ........ ii 6 96

But, gentle heavens, Cut short all intermission . . . Macbeth iv 3 231
Gentle Helena. Stay, gentlo Helena ; hear my excuse . M. N. Drram iii 2 245
Gentle help. By whose gentle help I was preserved . . T. Niyht v 1 262
Gentle herald. Come thou no more for ransom, gentle herald J/ii. V. iv 3 122
Gentle Hermla. There, gentle Hermia, may I marry thee M. N. lircum i 1 161
Gentle hind. The tiger now hath seized the gentle hind . liichard III. ii 4 50
Gentle Hubert. O my gentle Hubert, Wo owe thee much I . K. John iii 3 19
Gentle husband. I did not, gentle husband, lock thee forth Coin, of Kr. iv 4 joo
Gentle Isabella, Turn you the key, and know his business Metis, far Meas. 14 7
Gentle Jessica. Tell gentle Jessica I will not fail her . Her. uf Venice ii 4 20
Gentle Jew. Hie thee, gentle Jew. The Hebrew will turn Christian . 18 179
Gentle Joan. Deny me not, I prithee, gentle Joan . . .1 Sen. VI. v 4 20
Gentle joy. And kiss thy fair largo ears f my gentle joy . M. N. Dream iv 1 4
Gentle Julia. Have patience, gentle Julia. I must, where is no remedy

T. (1. iifl'cr. ii 2 i

Gentle Kate. This evening must I have yon, gentle Kate . 1 Hen. IV. ii B 109
Thou wilt not niter what thou dost not know ; And so far will 1 trust

thee, gentle Kate. How! so far? ....... ii 8 115

Gentle keeper, stay by me ; My soul is heavy . . . Richard III. i 4 73
Gentle-kind. Their manners are more gentle-kind than of Our human

generation you shall find Many ...... Tempest iii 8 32

Came of a gentlo kind and noble stock ..... I'ericles v 1 68

Gentle king. And we, in pity of the gentle king, Had slipp'd our claim

until another age ......... 3 Hen. VI. ii 2 161



GENTLE KING



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GENTLE TRUCE



Gentle king. Not willing any longer conference, Since then deniest tho

gentle king to speak 3 lien. I'l. ii 2 172

Gentle kinsman, go, And thrust thyself into their companies K. John iv 2 166
Gentle kiss. Giving a gentle kiss to every sedgo . . T. ff. of Ver. ii 7 29
Give Mistress Shore one gentle kiss tho inoro . . . Richard 111. Iii 1 185
Gentle knave, good night; I will not do thee HO much wrong to wake

thee j, Ccrsar iv 3 269

Gentle knight. My gentle knight, give me your thoughts . Urn. V. ii 2 14

Go, gentle knight. Stand by our AJM . . . . Trni. ami Crcs. iv 6 88

Gentle lady. Sir Proteus, gentle lady, nnd your servant 7'. (!. of Ver. iv 2 91

Good morrow, gentle lady. Good morrow, kind sir . . . . iv 3 46

He and his competitors in oath Were all address'd to meet yon, gentle

lady, Before I came L. L. Lost ii 1 83

The princess comes to hunt here in the park, And in her train there is a

gentle lady iii 1 166

If yon wore men, as men yon are in show, You would not use a gentle

lady so ; To vow, and swear M . N. Dream iii 2 152

My gentle lady, I wish you all the joy that you can wish Mer. of Venice iii 2 191
(Jentlo lady, When I did first impart my love to you, 1 freely told you,


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