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He calls mo to a restitution large Of gold and jewels . . Othflln v 1 15

Most large In his abominations Ant. and Clcn, III 93

You have nt largo received Tho danger of tho task . . . Pericles 1 1 i
Let me entreat to know at largo the cause Of your king's sorrow . . v 1 62
Large enough. My library Was dukedom largo enough . . Tempest i 2 no
Havo you nuns no farther privileges? Are not these large enough?

Meas, for Meas. i 4 2

Make this match ; Give with our niece a dowry large enough . K. John ii 1 469
Not all the whips of heaven are large enough ... 7". nf Athens v 1 64
jarge-handod robbers your grave masters are, And pill by law . . Iv 1 TI
largely. Have given largely to many to know what she would have given

Mer. Wives ii 2 207

I '11 tell you largely of fair Hero's death Much Ado v 4 69

Our supplies live largely in tho hope Of great Northumberland 2 Hen. IV. i 3 12
O, let those cities that of plenty's cup And her prosperities so largely

taste, With their superfluous riots, hear these t*>ars I . Pericles i 4 53
jargeness. The ample proposition that hope makes In all designs begun

on earth below Fails in the promised largeness . . Troi, and Cres, i 3 5
jarger. It lends ... A larger dare to our great enterprise 1 Hen. IV. iv 1 78
And with a larger tether may he walk Than may bo given you Hamlet i 8 125
I am to pray you not to strain my speech To grosser issues nor to larger

roach Tlian to suspicion Othe.Hn\\\ 8 219

And what may follow, To try ft larger fortune . . . Ant. and Cleo. II 34
Tim kings of Medo and Lycaonia, With a more larger list of sceptres . ill 76

Largess. I'll mend it with a largess 2*. of Shrew i 2 151

For our coffers, with too great a court And liberal largess, are grown

somewhat light Richard II. i 4 44

A largess universal like the sun His liberal eye doth give to every one

Hen. V. iv Prol. 43
The king's a-bed : He hath been In unusual pleasure, and Sent forth great

largess to your offices Macbeth ii 1 14

Largest. That we our largest bounty may extend Where nature doth with

merit challenge Lear i 1 53

And merry larks are ploughmen's clocks . . . . L. L. Ijost y 2 914
More tuneable than lark to shepherd's ear . M. N. Dream i 1 184

The finch, the sparrow, and tho lark, The plain-song cuckoo gray . . iii 1 133
Attend, and mark : I do hear the morning Ifirk . . . . iv 1 99

Tho crow doth slug as swuotly as tho lurk WJiOli liolUior in attended

Mer. of Venice v 1 102

Thou Imst hawks will soar Ahove the morning Inrk . . T. of Shrew hid. 2 46
Is the lay more prncloim than tho lark Uecjumo his fnnthors are more

beautiful? Or Is the adder better than the oolV . , . . iv 8 177



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Lark. My dial goes not true : I took this lark for a bunting
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Htir with the lark to-morrow, gentle Nprlolk . . . "< .,.,,, 3
With your theme, I could O'ermount the lark . . - Uen. 1 11 1. a

Let his erace go forward, And dare us with his cap like larks . . in -
The busy day.Svaked by the lark, hath roused the nbuld crows^ ^ ^ ?

TIs true; the raven doth not hatch a lark . . . i'. jbuinm..,. 3



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You, Titus LartlUB, Musi to Corioli back : send us to UomeJThe bi . ,1 ^75

'Larum. Dwelling in a continual laluul o -l' a ^ !, nl gf '/'. o/ Shrew i 2 207

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L^mous metres to whose venom sound The open ear ol yo, th doth

always listen ; Report of fashions ... hwhmitu.u

Lascivious, wanton, more than well beseems A inau of thy profession^ ^ ^

Lascivious Edward, an.l thou perjured George. . . *P'?-, I ' v6
capers nimbly in a lady's chamber To the lascivious P^'''^'^ , l

And then they call'd me foul adulteress, Lascivious Goth T. Ana, ii 3
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Lash hence these overweening rags of France . .
Her whip of cricket's bone, the lash of Him . .
How smart a lash that speech doth give my conscience
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Put In every honest hand a whip To lash the rascals naked through the

world Even from the cast to the wesl 1 . . . Ollulla Iv ; .. 143
Cashed. Headstrong liberty is lash'd with woe. . . tom ' Sf * r ( ;]! 2 ,



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La A S ?,'d .OTbe to legs of thl. sweet ,'uss of Pnc. i
It was a lover and his lass, With a hey, and a ho . . AlT.



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y fi lover auu ma uw< iv ijj i - - , .

Now will 1 lead you to the house, and show you The lass I S P ,

Phis is the prettiest low-born lass that ever Ran on the green-sward II'. T. Iv 4 156
ninn hnv dome buv l!nv lads, or else your lasses cry . . . iv * 2 31
{ ^m^ssTterptatioi/Hhould abuse and call this Your lack of love iv 4 363
Now b,,art th,.e, death, In thy possession lies A lass unparallel ,1 A. and C. V 2 3 '9
isii-lorn. Umom-groves, Whose shadow the dismissed bachelor tovji, ^ ^

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It I lasl In Ibis service, you must cane inn In limlher . . . , :

Ilellke you Ihoughl oil? love would last loo long, If It were chain d

Whidfof'ihlse sorrow's Is he subject 'to ? To none of these, except it be
Atthmlghi seem so loath, T am Ihe last that will last keep his call, L. L. 1



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But I am thrnst upon it : well, I cannot lasl ever . ' - **

As ho said lo me, 'Iwas no longer ago than Wednesday lart . . . . 4 94
First mv fear then my courtesy ; last my speech .

The teT,lhTf August last this dr'eadful lord, Kelinng from Ihe s.ege^ ^ ^ ] ^

Of which, my lord, your honour is the last . .

This late dissension ... will at lasl break out into a flame . . . i" I 9'

Shall we al lasl conclude effeminate peace? v 5 102

Ay, grief, I fear me, both al tlrsl and last . ' o JT_ pr i i ,

. t . t3 I,. .i._li.__i^^nn 1, MO tli rliillnur. _ . . ItCll. t ! 11 ^*l

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jrvic'o il 2 103
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TiTre ^Sl'nnnly'a.Jrre^lvlSd'^iai, haveai,! ! ^ \ IS 5 J?J
At last by notes of household harmony They quite forgot their lo ol ^ ^ ^

Montague y hath breathed his last ; And to the latest gasp cried out for ^ ^



The daTof combat shall be Ihe lasl of Ihe nexl month .
wniinm nf wimlsnr was the seventh and lust .






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Shall tVcV last, and we rejoioe'in them?Ulill live they and for ever ^ ^ &
fat Ex'eter/Tlie mayor in 'courtesy show'd me the castle iv 2 106




shall her 6.

The flrsl was I lhal helji'd thee to Ihe crown ;

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How have yo done Since last we saw in France I . - ,. ,

Each following day Became the next day's master, till the lasl Wade . ^
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" f blo^oms of your love But tLt it bear this trial and last love .
It was play'd Wh'en I from Thebes came last a conqueror *



When ia'sl'tho young Orlando parted from you lie left ^P" 1 ,"".^",
Whon Jt froln l iSie"flrst In last betwixt vis two Toa'rs our recountmenls had
I prayyou,"sir, y ei a him go while the humour lasts . . . T. of Sim:
Ha 8 Sly B l'h*vP^ t rlved I athe a iast n Uiito the wished 'haven of my biiss .

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was the first man That 'e'er received gift from him : And does he think
so backwardly of me now, That I '11 requite it lasl ? .

And whSThiVpoor wealth lasts To'entertain'me a's your steward
Be Alcibiades your plague, you his, And lasl so long enough I . .
Though last, not least in love

You"" that' youlre Brutus that speak this, Or, by the'gods", this

speech were else yovir last

The last of all the Komans, fare thro well ! . ,,,;,
Oil Tuesday last, A falcon, towering In her pride of place . Mat
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Last. He will last you some eight year or nine year : a tanner will last

you nine year ............. Hamlet v 1 183

Now, our joy, Although the last, not least ..... Lear I 1 85

Who cover faults, at last aliame them derides ...... i 1 284

When saw you my father last? Why, the night gone by . . . i 2 167
I ask'd his blessing, and from first to last Told him my pilgrimage . v 3 195
That policy may cither last so long, Or feed upon such nice and waterish

diet, Or breed itself so out of circumstance . . . Othello iii 3 14
Did Michael Cassio . . . Know of your love? He did, from first to last iii 3 96
One more, and this the last : So sweet was ne'er so fatal . . . v 2 19
At the last, best ......... Ant. and Clco. i 3 61

Since I saw you last, There is a change upon you ..... ii 6 53

But, first Or last, your fine Egyptian cookery Shall have the fame . ii 6 64
Know, that to-morrow the last of many battles We mean to fight . . iv 1 n
Go tell him I have slain myself ; Say, that the last I spoke was 'Antony ' iv 13 8
What thou wouldst do Is done unto thy hand : the last she spake Was

' Antony ! ' ............ iv 14 29

I here importune death awhile, until Of many thousand kisses the poor

last I lav upon thy lips ......... iv 15 20

Bravest at the last, She levell'd at our purposes . : . : . . . v 2 338
Who was last with them? A simple countryman . . . . v 2 341

What was tho last That he Rpako to thoo? It was hfs queen, his queen !



A cunning thief, or n tlmt way accomplished courtlor, would hazard the

winning both of first and last ........ 14 102

When last I went to visit her, She pray'd mo to excuse her keeping close Hi 5 45
Whilst summer lasts and I live here, Fldele, I'll sweeten thy sad grave iv 2 219
Sharp physic is the last ........ Pericles i 1 72

The purple violets, and marigolds, Shall as a carpet hang upon thy grave,

While summer-days do last ......... iv 1 18

This man, Through whom the gods have shown their power ; that can

From first to last resolve you ........ v 3 61

Led on by heaven, and crown'd with joy at last . . . v 3 Gower 90
At last Temp&st iv 1 ; M. Ado v 1 ; Mer. of Ven, iii 2 : T. ofS. iv 2 ;
Richard II. iv 1 ; 2 Hen. IV. ii 2 ; 2 Hen. VI. i 2 ; 3 Hen. VI. v 2 ;
Uen. VIII. iv 2 ; Coriolanus iii 3 ; T. Andron. i 1 ; Hamlet i 2 ; ii 1 ;
Pericles ii 1 ; iii Gower

Last account. O, when the last account 'twixt lioaven and earth Is to
be made, then shall this hand and seal Witness aRalnst us to
damnation ! .......... A'. John iv 2 216

Last action. Am I not fallen away vilely since this last action? 1 Hen. IV. Hi 3 2
Last article. She was mine, and not mine, twice or thrice in that last

article .......... T. G. ofVer. iii 1 365

If I do vow a friendship, I '11 perform it To the last article . Othclfa iii 3 22
Last attempt. The man was noble, But with his last attempt he wiped

it out ........... Coriolanus v 3 146

Last boon. This, my last boon, give me . . . . Pericles v 2 268

Last breath. In fine, made a groan of her last breath . . All's Well iv 3 62
Last breathing. My last breathing in this mortal world . 2 Hen. VI. i 2 21
Last company. God 'lid you for your last company . As Y. Like Jt iii 3 76
Last oontoronoo. This I made good to you In our last conference Mutbrth Hi 1 Bo
Last conflict. In our last conflict fonr'of his live wits went halting off

Much Ado i 1 66

How full of valour did he bear himself In Hie last conflict I T. of Athens iii 6 66
Last cry. Thny shouted thrice : what was tho last cry for? . /. Omar i 2 226
Last day. Lot tho vile world end, And the premised flames of tho last

day Knit earth and heaven together I ..... 2 Hen. VI. v 2 41

This last day was A shrewd one to's ..... Ant. and Cleo. iv 9 4

Last draught. I think I have taken my last draught in this world

2 Hen. VJ. ii 3 73

Last embrace. Arms, take your last embrace ! . . Rom. and Jul. v 3 113
Last enchantment. After the last enchantment you did here T. Night iii 1 123
Last encounter. At our last encounter, The Duke of Buckingham came

from his trial ........ Hen. VIII, iv 1 4

Last exercise. I am In your debt for your last oxcercise Richard III. iii 2 112
Last expedition. He had, before this last expedition, twenty-five wounds

upon him .......... Coriolanus ii 1 169

Last farewell. Bid him come to take his last farewell . Rom. and Jul. iii 2 143
Last fit. For I feel Tho last lit of my greatness . . Hen. VIII. iii 1 78
Last gasp. I will follow thee, To tho last gasp, with truth and loyalty

As Y. Like It ii 3 70
Fight till tho last gasp ........ 1 Hen. VI. i 2 127

His fortunes all He speechless and his name Is at last gasp . Cymbeline i 5 53
Last general. The present consul, and last general . . . Coriolanus ii 2 47
Last gone. But Tuesday night last gone in 'a garden-house He knew me

as a wife ......... Mens. for Meas. v 1 229

Last good deed. My last good deed was to entreat his stay . W. Tale i 2 97
Last hold. Legions of strange fantasies, Which, in their throng and press

to that last hold, Confound themselves K. John v Y 19

Last hour. Thou but lead'st this fashion of thy malice To the last hour

of act .......... Mer. of Venice iv 1 19

The last hour Of my long weary life is come upon me . Hen. VIII. ii 1 132
Last king. That self bill is urged, Which in the eleventh year of the last

king's reign Was like ........ Hen. V. i 1 2

Our last king, Whoso image even but now appear'd to us . Hamlet i 1 80

That day that our last king Hamlet overcame Fortinbras . . . v 1 156

Last leave. The last leave of thee takes my weeping eye . Richard II. 12/4

Last man. Your worship was the last man in our mouths Mcr. of Venice i 3 61

Wo ready aro to try our fortune?* To thn last man . . 2 He.n. IV. iv 2 44

Last monarchy. I^t hlghnr Italy, Tlionn bated that Inherit but. thn

fall Of the liwt monarchy ....... AW* Well \\ 1 14

Last morning you could, not BOO to W!IH> my shoos . . T. G. of Ver. ii 1 86
Last night sho enjoined me to write .some lines to one she loves . . il 1 93
Did see her, hear her, at that hour last night Talk with a ruffian M. Ado iv 1 91
Lady, were you her bedfellow last night? No, truly not ; although, until

mst night, I have this twelvemonth been her bedfellow . . . iv 1 149
The doctors clerk, In lieu of this last night did lie with me Mer. of Venice v 1 262
Last night she slept not, nor to-night she shall not . . 7". of Shrew iv 1 201
He hence removed last night and, with more haste Than is his use All's W. v 1 23
Inquire further after me ; I had talk of ynu last night . . . . v 2 56

In sooth, thou wast in very gracious fooling last night . . T. Night ii 3 23
That old and antique song we heard last night ..... ii 4 3

O, fellow, come, the song we had last night ...... ii 4 43

If such thing be, thy mother Appear'd to me last night . . IK Tale iii 3 18
Letters came last night To a dear friend of the good Duke of York's

Richard II. iii 4 69

I hoard him toll It l.o otto of II(H company last night at mippnr I Itrtt. IV. 11 1 6a
iln held mo lost night at Iwnl, nine hours In reckoning up the several

dovils* numoA That woro his lackoya . . . . . . Ill 1 156

WllOro lay tho king last night? At Basltigstoko . . .2 Hen, IV. ii 1 i8t



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Last night. A rascal that swaggered with me last night . . Hen. V. iv 7 131
Last night, I hear, they lay at Northampton . . . Richard III. H 4 i
I do not jest with you ; there came news from him last night Coriolanvs i 3 104
You gave us the counterfeit fairly last night . . . Rom. and Jut. ii 4 48
The ghost of Csrsar hath appear'd to mo Two several times by night ; at

Sardis once, And, this last night, here in Philippi fields . J. Ccrsar v 5
I dreamt last night of the three weird sisters .... Macbeth ii 1

I believe drink gave thee the lie last night. That it did, sir . . . ii 3
Last night of all, When yond same star that's westward from the pole

Had made his course ........ Hamlet i 1

Strengthen your patience in our last night's speech . . . . v 1

I' the last night's storm I such a fellow saw ..... Lear iv 1

Nor I know not Where, I did lodge last night ...... iv V 68

' 'it . . Cymbeline i 4 61

Last night 'twas on
mine arm ............ ii 8 151

Last night the very gods show'd me a vision I fast and pray'd . . iv 2 346

I am beholding to you For your sweet music this last night . Pericles ii 6 26

Last of December. Exceeds her as much in beauty as the first of May

doth the last of December ....... Much Ado i

Last offences. His last offences to us Shall have judicious hearing Cor, v
Last old man. This last old man, Whom with a crack'd heart I have

Font to Homo. Lovod mo ......... vBB

Last out. This will last out n night In Russia . . . Men*, for Meas. il 1 139
Last penny. Take an inventory of all I have, To tho last penny

Hen. VIII. Hi 2 452

Last purpose. Know of the duko if his last purpose hold . . Lear v 1 i
Last rain. Is't not drowned i 1 the last rain? . . Mens. for Meas. iii 2 51
Last refuge. Must I be his last refuge? .... 7*. of Athens iii 3 ii

Last repeating. This act is as an ancient talo new told, And in the last

repeating troublesome ........ K. John iv 2 19

Last right. Urge the king To do me this last right . . Hen. VIII. iv 2 158

Last scene of all. That ends this strange eventful history As Y. Like It ii 7 163

Last served. What touches us ourself shall be last served . J. Ccrsar iii 1 8

Last service. Your last service Did worthily perform . . Tempest iv 1 35

I serve here voluntary. Your last service was sufferance Troi. and Cres. ii 1 104

'Tis tho last service that I shall command you . . Ant. and Clco. iv 14 132

Last sickness. Had tho king in hln last sickness fall'd, Tho cardinal's

and Sir Thomas Lovoll's heads Should have gone oil' . Hen. VII I. 1 2 184
Last fltep. Till tho last stop have brought mo to my lovo T. (!. of Vtr. ii 7 36
Last subsidy. He that mado us pay one and twenty fifteens, and one

shilling to the pound, the last subsidy ... 2 Hen. VI. iv 7 25
Last surrender. This last surrender of his will but offend us . Lear i 1 309
Last swallowed. First mouthed, to be last swallowed . . Hamlet iv 2 20
Last syllable. To the last syllable of recorded time . . Macbeth v 6 21
Last taste. As the last taste of sweets, is sweetest last . Richard II. il 1 13
Last tempest. When did you lose your daughter? In this last tempest

Tempest v 1 153
Last thing bo did, dear queen, Ho kiss'd, the last of many doubled

klssos, Thin orient poarl ...... Ant. and Cleo. i 5 39

Last time. And swcurs ho was carried out, tho last timo ho searched for

him, in a basket ........... Mer. Wives iv 2 32

I '11 appoint my men to carry tho basket again, to meet him at tho door

with it, as they did last timo ........ iv 2 98

Last time. I danced attendance on his will Till Paris was besieged

2 Hen. VI. 1 3 174

Then is this Tho very last time we shall speak together . . J. Cftsar v 1 99
Last trumpet. She should in ground unsanctiflcd have lodged Till the

last trumpet .......... Hamlet v 1 253

Last warmth. Take the last warmth of my lips . . Ant. and Cleo. v 2 294
Last work. Thou liest: look in thy last work ... 3*. of Athens i 1 228
Last year. We will eat a last year's pippin . . , .2 Hen. IV. v 3 2
Lasted. He lasted long; But on us both did haggish ago steal ou And

wore us out of act ..... - . All's Well i 2 28

Here burns my candle out; ay, here it dies, Which, whiles it lasted,

gave King Henry light ....... 8 Rtn. VI. ii 6 2

Lasting. And set it down With gold on lasting pillars . . Tempest v 1 208
Which she would koop fresh And lasting in her sad remembrance T. Night i 1 32
Might bespice a cup, To give mine enemy a lasting wink . IK Talc i 2 317
Arise fnrth from the couch of lasting night . . . . K. John Hi 4 27

From the organ-pipe of frailty sings His soul and body to their lasting

rest .............. v 7 24

T am in parliament pledge for his truth And lasting fealty Richard II. v 2 45
Farewell sour aunoy ! For here, I hope, begins our lasting joy 3 Hen. VI. v 7 46
Which she shall purchase with still lasting war . .. Richard III. iv 4 344
As sun and showers There had mado a lasting spring . Hen. VIII. iii 1 8
Do this, and purchase us thy lasting friends T. Andron. ii 3 275

Unhappy, wretched, hateful day I Most miserable hour that e'er time

saw In lasting labour of his pilgrimage ! . . Rom. and Jul. iv 6 45

Forward, not permanent, sweet, not lasting . . ' . Hamlet i 3 8

Both here and hence pursue me lasting strife, If, once a widow, ever I

be wife ! ............ iii 2 232

This world to me is like a lasting storm, Whirring me from my friends

Pericles iv 1 20
Lastly and finally .......... Mrr. Wives i 1 142

Sixth and lastly, they have belied a lady ; thirdly, they have verified

unjust things ; and, to conclude, they aro lying knaves . Much Ado v 1 221
Hixth and lastly, why they aro committed ...... v 1 227

Latch. If ever henceforth thou Thoso rural latches to lifn entrance open

W. Tuff. Iv 4 449
I hftvo wtirdH Tlml would Im howlM out In the dnnnrt air, Whom hear-

ing should not latch them . . . . . . Macbeth iv 8 195

Latched. But hast thou yet latch'd the Athenian's eyes With the love-

juice? . .......... M. N. Dream Hi 2 36

Late. Help to celebrate A contract of true love ; be not too late Tempest iv 1 133
Whether thou be'st he or no, Or some enchanted trifle to abuse me, Afl

late I have been, I not know . . . . v 1 113

You the like loss I As great to me as late ... . . . v 1 145

Which of you saw Sir Eglamour of late? . . . T. G. of Ver. v 2 32

To be up early and down late ...... Mer. Wives i 4 108

Better three hours too soon than a minute too late ..... ii 2 328

Now doth thy honour stand, In him that was of late an heretic, As firm

as faith ............. iv 4 9

He's sentenced; 'tis too late . . .^-Too kite? why, no; I, that do

spook a word, May cnll it Kick again .... Meas. for Meas. ii 2 57

You aonin'd of lato to nmko Urn law a tyrunt ...... H 4 114

I am a brother Of graclonn order, Into wHiio from tho Soe . . . Hi 2
Wliu onll'd Imro of latoY Noun, nlwo Mm curfew rung . . . . Iv 2



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Late. Come, conic, Antipliolus, we dine too late . . Cam. ofKi-rors n 1 221
Ixit my master in, Luce. Faith, no; ho comes too lain . . . . ill 1 .19
fou luivo of Into stood out against your brother . . . uwmAculS *i
Bo you to study imw it Is too lato, Climb o'er the house txi unlock tlio

little gate. Well, Bit you out i. L. LosM 1 108

A mess of Russians left us but of late v 2 361

Meeting her of late behind the wood, Seeking sweet favours Jlf. N. Dream IV 1 53
He came too late, the sliip was under sail . . . Mer. of Venice ii A 6
His losses, That have of late so huddled on his back . . . . iv 1 28
I do recant The pardon that I late pronounced here . . . . iv 1 392
Of late this duke Hath ta'en displeasure 'gainst his gentle niece

-4s Y. Like It i 2 289

But at fourscore it is too lata a week ii 3 74

Where Is the life that late I led? . T. of Shrew iv 1 143 ; 2 Hen. IV. v 3 147
Better once tlian never, for never too late . . . T. a/Shrew v 1 155


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