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xii. 117

xiv, 239

Weet, to know,
xvi. 11 Wheels, go on, to whirl,

xvi. 67
Weigh, to consider; with pun, ii. 77 When! note of impatience,
Weigh, to consider, to judge, ix. 201 ii. 207; vii. 29; ix. 101; X. 141;
Weigh, to counterpoise,

vi. 166; xvii. 96 | Whence, from the place where, iv. 70
Weigh, to care, to regard, ix. 204 Where, to the place where,

XV. 151
Weigh, to be in suspense, vii. 44 Where, whereas, ii. 27; iii. 191;
Weigh pains in sense,

iv, 21

viii. 96; xvi. 43; xix. 18, 42
Weighing, considering, xiv. 40 | Whereas, where, viii. 145; xix. 29
Weigh out, to consider, xii. 225 Where-that, whereas, ii, 67; xii. 117
Weird Sisters,

xvii. 18 Wher, whether, vii. 97; xiv. 10
Welkin, sky, cerulean, ii. 36; vii. 148 Whether, which of the two,
Welkin's cheek, sky,

vii. 14 Whether, whichever of the two, xix. 216
Well, very,
iii. 220 Which, as,

vii. 140; ix. 55
Well, dead, at rest,

vii. 246 | Which and who confused, XV. 219
Well, dead; with quibble, xvii, 100 While, alas the,

iii. 136
Well said, well done, v.43; ix, 129; Whiffler, fifer, foregoer,

xiii. 150; xvi. 113; xvii. 285; xix. 60 While, until, v. 224; X. 151; xvii. 59
Well to live, well off,
iii. 139 Whileas, while,

viii. 142
Well-a-near! well-a-day! alas ! While-ere, awhile since,

vii. 69
xix. 52 While the grass grows,
Well-found, well-skilled, iv. 40 Whirring, hurrying,

xix. 67
Well-given, well-disposed,

Whistle, I have been worth the, xv. 112
viii, 180; xiv, 21 Whistle off, hawking-term, xvii. 235
Well-liking, in good condition, ii. 87 White liver, a coward's,
Well-seen, well-versed, ii. 167 White-liver'd, cowardly,
Wells, holy, what they were,

ix. 264; xii. 52
Welsh flannel, the,

vi. 107 White and green, Fool's colours,
Welsh hook, halberd,

xi. 62
Wench, term of familiarity,

White and damask, war of, xviii, 227
vii. 21; xii. 222 Whitesters, bleachers,

vi. 60
Westward-ho!
V. 193 Whittle, pocket-knife,

XV. 285
Whale to virginity,

iv. 99 Who, used of neuters, vii. 43; xv. 14
Whale's bone, ivory,
ii. 90 Who, which,

xix. 13, 140
What, whatever,

Who, whoever, viii. 185; X. 179
V. 32; vii. 64; viii. 182; xv. 101 Who's in, who's out,

XV, 145
What, why,

xi. 152; xiv. 41 Wholesome, pleasant,
What poor an, how poor, xvi. 155 Whoobub, hubbub,
What make you here? v.9, 34; X. 235 Whoop, cry of astonishment,

v. 61
What haste, what a haste, xvii. 15 Whoop, to exclaim, to cry out, xii. 35
What lady e'er her lord, vii. 143 Whoop, Jug! I love thee,

XV, 39
What night is this!

jii, 172

i. 223

xiii. 157

xviii. 240

vii. 237
iii. 123

xiv. 29 Wicked, cursed, baleful,
Wheel, burden, refrain, xiv. 274 Wide of the bow-hand, ii. 48
Wheeling, roving,

xvii. 168 | Wide of his own respect, vi. 55

vii. 30

ii. 41

xvi. 14
xiii, 136

xi. 35
xiv. 234

Widowhood, dower, jointure, ii, 177 | Winter and wild-geese, xv. 65
Wightly, nimble, active, ii. 42 Wipe, brand, mark,

XX. 29
Wild trick of his ancestors, xi. 120 | Wis, to think, to guess, iii. 162; ix. 163
Wilderness, wildness,
vi. 186 Wise, sane, having the wits,

X. 241
Wilderness, meet him in a, X. 213 Wish, to teach, to enjoin,

XV, 275
Wilfulness, hydra-headed, xii, 8 Wistly, wistfully, eagerly,
Will, testament,

xix, 296; xx. 58, 200
Will, play on Poet's name, xx. 161 Wit, wisdom, judgment, mind,
Will, to require,

xviii. 229

iii. 45; iv, 194; V. 190; X. 162;
Will he, nill he,
xiv. 288

xiv. 82; xviii. 13
Will, servant to defect, xvii. 40 Wit, cleverness, smartness, xiii. 26
Willing, choosing,

V. 162 Wit, to know, to understand, xix. 79
Willing misery crown'd before, xv. 265 Wit enough to keep warm, ii. 182
Willow, forlorn lover's badge, Wit, whither wilt ?

v. 87
ii. 19; iii. 210; iv. 178 Wits, homely, home-keeping, i, 161
Willow, song of the, xvii. 278 Wits, senses, or mental powers,
Wimpled, veiled,

iv. 157; xiii. 144; xv. 88
Winchester goose, viii. 23; xvi. 335 Witch, I forgive thee for a,
Wind represented pictorially, Witches, water-proof,

vii. 10; xix. 55 Withered branches, how used, xv. 113
Wind, to have in the,

iv. 82 Withers, wrung in the,
Wind, south-west, its effects, vii. 30 Withers, our, unwrung,
Wind, bate it with the, xi, 102 With, and; copulative, ix. 20; XV. 141
Wind, to scent, to get wind of, xiii, 62 With, by, vi. 76; X. 26; xiii. 129;
Wind, recover the, of me,

xvi. 151; xviii. 282
Wind, I'll give thee a, xvii. 17 With, of,

vi. 88
Wind drown'd with tears, xvii. 35 With a word, in short,
Wind-shaked surge, the, xvii, 193 With that face?

ü. 21
Wind, to turn, to bend, xiv. 87 Wi' th', with the ; double elision,
Wind me into him,
xv. 26

iv. 19; vii. 13
Windlaces, windings-about, xiv, 187 Without, unless; with pun,
Windmill, living in a, xi. 77 Without, beyond,
Windows, eyelids, xviii. 43; xix. 301 iii. 72; iv. 54; vii. 104; xvii. 64
Window-bars, lattice-work, xv. 259 Wit-old, an equivoque,
Window of lattice, Parolles, iv. 56 Wittol cuckold,
Windpipe's dangerous notes, xv. 210 Witty, knowing, sagacious, ix, 19, 239
Wine of life is drawn, &c., xvii. 51 | Woe, grieved, sorry,
Wink, jot, atom,

vii. 99; viii. 194; xvi. 132
Wink, to sleep,
ii. 7; xx. 29 Woe forerun with woe,

X. 207
Wink, to close the
eyes,

Woman-tired, henpecked,
xiii. 189; xix. 251 Wonder, case you in,
Wink at, to encourage, xvii. 28 Wood, frantic, mad,
Winking, connivance, xiv. 196

i. 184; iii. 31; viii. 90; xix. 310
Winter mars our hay, ix. 99 Woodbine and honeysuckle, iii. 67

xiv. 239

xi. 59

i, 177

ii. 73
vi. 49

vii. 49

vii. 179
xiv. 29
xix. 320
xiii. 74

v. 197
xvi. 269

xvii. 227

viii. 39

xiv. 62, 132

XX. 44

xi. 153

xvii. 94

X. 210

V.

xi. 247

Woodcock, simpleton, witless, Wreak'd, revenged,

ii. 59; iv. 239; v. 219 Wreaks, fits of rage,
Wooden thing, tush, that's a, viii. 99 Wren, the youngest of nine,
Woodman, hunter; with pun, vi. 218 Wrest, tuning-wrench,
Woodman, forester, vi. 101; xviii. 88 Wretch, word of tenderness,
Woollen vassals, loafers, xviii. 264 vii, 198; xiii. 139; xiv. 197, 286;
Woolward, I go, for penance, ii. 104
Woo't, wilt thou, wouldst thou, Wring, to writhe,

xii. 86; xviii. 90
xi. 178; xiv, 298; xvi, 136 Writhled, wrinkled,
Word, mot, motto,

xix. 39 Write, to reckon, to describe, XV. 146
Word of war, you were the, xvi. 38 Wrong, hurt, pain, punishment,
Words made rascals,

V. 183
Words ease the heart, ix. 251 Wrong, to wring, to pang,
Words born of astrology, X. 211 Wrongs, crimes, evil deeds, ix. 268
Words him from the matter, xviii. 21 / Wrongs, hurts, disasters,
Work, fort, fortress,
xii. 284 Wrongs, wrongers,

X. 184
Work, to persuade, to move, xiv. 19 Wrongs, he'll not feel; ignore, xv. III
World, a woman of the, v. 103 Wrongs, wear thou thy,
World, go to the,

iv. 25, 182 Wroth, suffering, pain, ji. 162
World, man a little,

X. 239 Wrought with, induced,
World, the golden,

12 Wrought thin, worn out,
World to nothing, all the, xiii. 211 Wrought with things forgot, xvii. 25
World, the round-uproared, xvi. 138 Wry, to go wrong,
World-without-end hour, XX. 118
Worm, term of pity,

xix. 17 YARE, nimble, spry, v. 208; vi. 206
Worm, tooth-ulcer,

iv. 202 | Yare, handy, manageable, xvi. 86
Worm, serpent, snake,

Yarely, nimbly, briskly, vii.
vi. 179; viii. 201 ; xvi. 155; xix. 317 Yarely frame, nimbly perform, xvi. 47
Worm, the eyeless venom'd, xv. 263 Yaw, to reel, to stagger,
Worse of worst extended, iv. 43 Ycleped, cleped, named,
Worship, title of address,

Year, a dissyllable,

xviii. 117

xiv. 305

ii. 14

vii, 16
i. 89; iii. 130; xv. 41 Yearn, to grieve, to mourn,
Worship, as I belong to, xii. 165

vi. 74; X. 242; xii. 39; xiv. 56
Worst, weakest, least brave, vii. 178 | Yellow, badge of jealousy,
Worst in blood to run,

iv. 181; vi. 24; vii. 181
Worth, wealth,

i. 187; V. 198 Yellows, a horse-disease,
Worth, nobility, dignity, x. 138 Yeoman, bailiff's aid,
Worts, pot-herbs, cabbages, vi. 12 | Yerk, to strike, to smite,
Would and should confounded, Yesty, frothy, xiv. 308; xvii. 83
iii. 124; X. 219; xiv. 146, 244; Yet, now, still, as yet,

iv. 18, 104; vii, 100; x. 85
Wounds bleed afresh, ix. 150 Yew, double-fatal,
Wrangle, ? term in chess, vii. 100 Yield, to reward,
Wreak, revenge,

xviii. 289 V. 108; xiv, 269; xvi. 109; xvii. 33

xviii. 191

ii. 193
xi. 176
xvii. 170

xvii. 114

X. 193

XV. 57
vii. 23

Yielding, consent, approval, xiv. 166 | ZANY, mimic, buffoon, ii. 95; V. 153
You, redundant,

xi. 221 | Zed, term of contempt,
You have said, just so, v. 188; xvi. 62 Zenith, astrological term,
You can do it,

xi, 216 Zeuxis's painting referred to, xix. 305
Yd ker, ce, gree

Zodiacs, years,

iii, 151; xi, 93 | Zone, the burning,
Your, indefinite, iv. 48; xiv. 185 Zounds, orswounds, God's wounds;
Your envy, envy of you,

xiv, 283
an oath,

xi. 16

vi. 142
xiv. 298

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