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mace
Machiavel
machination
machine
maculate
maculation
mad
madam
mad-bred
madcap
madded
madding
made
madonna
madrigal
maggot-pie
magic
magistrate
magnanimious
magnanimity
magnanimous
magni
magnificent
magnifico
maid
maiden
maidenhead
maidhood
maid-pale
mail
mailed
maim
maimed
main
main a
main-course
mainly
mainport
mainsail
maintain
main-top
majestical
major
majority
make
makeless
make-peace
making
malady of France
malapert
malcontent
male
malediction
malefaction
malice
malicious
maliciously
malign
malignancy
malkin
mallard
mallecho
mallow
malmsey
malmsey-nose
malthorse
maltworm
mammer
mammet
mammock
man
man at arms
man of wax
manage
manager
mandate
mandragora
mandrake
man-entered
mangle
manhood
manifest
manifested
manifoldly
manikin
mankind
manly
manner
mannerly
mannish
man-of-arms
manor
man-queller
mansion
mansionry
mantle
mantled
manu
many
many a day, for this
map
mappery
mar
marble
marbled
marcantant
march
March-chick
marchpane
mare
margent
mark
mark a
mark b
market
market-man
marking
markman
marl
marmoset
married
marring
marrow
marry
marshal
mart
martial
martialist
martlemas
martlet
martyr
martyred
marvel
marvellous
Mary-bud
masculine
mash
mask
masoned
masonry
masque
masquing
mass
massy
mast
master
master-cord
masterdom
masterless
masterly
mastership
mastic
match
mate
mate and make
mated
material
matin
matron
matter
mattock
mature
maugre
maund
maw
may
maying
maze
mazed
mazzard
me
me pompae
meacock
mead
meagre
meal
mealy
mean
mean a
mean-apparelled
mean-born
meander
meaner
meanest
meaning
meanly
measles
measurable
measure
measuring
meat
mechanic
mechanical
medal
meddle
meddling
medice
medicinable
medicine
medicine a
medicine potable
meditance
meditate
meditation
medlar
meed
meet
meetly
meetness
meiny
melancholy
mell
mellowed
melting
member
memento
memorial
memorize
memory
mend
mended
merchandise
merchant
merchant-marring
mercy
mere
mered
merely
meridian
merit
mermaid
merry
mervailous
mess
message, of
messenger
met
metal
metal of India
metamorphose
metamorphosed
metaphysical
mete
meteor
mete-yard
metheglin
methinks
method
methought
metre
mettle
mew
mewl
micher
miching
mickle
microcosm
middle earth
mid-season
mighty
milch
milch-kine
militarist
milk-livered
milk-pap
milky
millioned
mill-sixpence
mimic
mince
minced
mincing
mind
minded
mine
mineral
mingle
minikin
minimus
minion
minister
minnow
minority
minstrel
minstrelsy
minute
minute-jack
minutely
mirable
miracle
mire
mirror
mirth
misadventure
misadventured
Misanthropos
misbecome
misbecomingly
misbegot
misbegotten
miscall
miscarry
mischance
mischief
mischievous
misconster
misconstruction
miscreant
miscreate
misdemean
misdo
misdoubt
misdread
miser
misery
misgive
misgoverned
misgovernment
misgraffed
mishap
mishaved
mislike
misordered
misplace
misprised
misprision
misprize
misprizing
misproud
misreport
miss
missed
misshapen
mis-sheathe
missing
missingly
missive
misspeak
mist
mistake
mistempered
mistful
misthink
misthought
mistreading
mistrust
mistrustful
misuse
mitigate
mitigation
mo
moan
mobled
mock
mocked, well
mockery
mocking
model
modern
modest
modestly
modesty
modicum
module
moe
moiety
moist
moist star
moldwarp
mole
molest
molestation
mollification
mollis
mome
moment
momentany
monarchize
monarcho
monopoly
monsieur
monster
monstrous
monstruosity
montant
monument
monumental
mood
moody
moody-mad
moon, below the
mooncalf
moonish
moonshine
mop
mope
moped
moping
mopping
moral
moralise
moraller
more
more a
more-having
moreover
morisco
morn
morn-dew
morris
morris, nine men's
morris-pike
morrow
morsel
mort
mortal
mortality
mortally
mortal-staring
mortar-piece
mortgage
mortified
mortifying
mortise
mose in the chine
most
mot
mote
mother
mother-wit
motion
motive
motley
motley-minded
mould
moulten
mount
mountain
mountaineer
mountain-foot
mountain-squire
mountant
mountanto
mountebank
mounted
mounting
mournful
mourningly
mouse
mouse-hunt
mouth
mouthed
mouth-friend
mouth-honour
movable
move
moveable
moved
mover
moving
mow
mowing
moy
much
mud
muddied
muddy
muddy-mettled
muffle
muffled
muleteer
mulled
multiplied
multipotent
multitude
multitudinous
mum
mumble
mumble-news
mummer
mummy
mundane
muniment
mural
murder
murdering-piece
mure
murmur
murrain
murrion
murther
muscadel
muse
muset
mushrump
music
musit
musk-cat
muss
mussel-shell
mustachio
muster
muster-file
mutability
mutation
mute
mutine
mutiny
mutton
mutual
mutuality
mutually
mynheer
mystery
morrow (n.)  morning
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AC IV.iv.18 [Antony to Soldier] Good morrow to thee. Welcome
AC IV.iv.24 [Captain to Antony] The morn is fair. Good morrow, General
AW IV.iii.304 [Bertram to Parolles] Good morrow, noble captain
AYL I.i.90 [Charles to Oliver] Good morrow to your worship
AYL II.vii.18 [Jaques to all, of talking to Touchstone] ‘Good morrow, fool,’ quoth I
AYL IV.iii.76 [Oliver to Rosalind as Ganymede and Celia as Aliena] Good morrow, fair ones.
Cor III.iii.93 [Coriolanus to all, of the Plebeians] I would not buy / Their mercy at the price of one fair word, / Nor check my courage for what they can give, / To have't with saying ‘Good morrow.’
Cym II.iii.34 [Cloten to Cymbeline and the Queen] Good morrow to your majesty, and to my gracious mother
Cym II.iii.85 [Cloten to Innogen] Good morrow, fairest
Cym III.iii.7 [Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus] Good morrow to the sun
1H4 I.ii.110 [Prince Hal to Poins] Good morrow, Ned
1H4 II.iv.534 [Peto to Prince Hal] Good morrow, good my lord
1H4 II.i.33 [Gadshill to Carriers] Good morrow, carriers, what's o'clock? [answer: ‘I think it be two o'clock’]
1H4 II.iv.509 [Prince Hal to Sheriff, responding to his ‘good night’] I think it is good morrow, is it not? [sheriff replies: ‘Indeed, my lord, I think it be two o'clock’]
1H4 II.iv.533 [Prince Hal to Peto] Be with me betimes in the morning, and so, good morrow, Peto
2H4 III.i.32 [Warwick to King Henry IV] Many good morrows to your majesty!
2H4 III.ii.4 [Silence to Shallow] Good morrow, good cousin Shallow
2H4 III.ii.54 [Shallow to Bardolph and his companion] Good morrow, honest gentlemen
2H4 V.ii.20 [Prince John to Warwick] Good morrow, cousin Warwick, good morrow
2H4 V.ii.43 [Lord Chief Justice to King Henry V] Good morrow, and God save your majesty!
H5 IV.chorus.33 [Chorus, of King Henry visiting his troops] Bids them good morrow with a modest smile
H5 IV.i.3 [King Henry to Bedford] Good morrow, brother Bedford
H5 IV.i.26 [King Henry to Gloucester and Bedford] Commend me to the princes in our camp; / Do my good morrow to them
1H6 III.ii.41 [Pucelle to the English] Good morrow, gallants, want ye corn for bread?
H8 I.i.1 [Buckingham to Norfolk] Good morrow, and well met
H8 II.iii.50 [Lord Chamberlain to Anne and Old Lady] Good morrow, ladies
JC II.i.87 [Cassius to Brutus] Good morrow, Brutus
JC II.i.228 [Brutus to all] And so good morrow to you every one
JC II.i.313 [Ligarius to Brutus] Vouchsafe good morrow from a feeble tongue
JC II.ii.58 [Decius to Caesar] Good morrow, worthy Caesar
KJ IV.i.9 [Arthur to Hubert] Good morrow, Hubert
KL II.ii.156 [disguised Kent to Gloucester] Give you good morrow!
KL II.iv.122 [Lear to Cornwall and Regan] Good morrow to you both
LLL IV.ii.81 [Jaquenetta to Holofernes] God give you good morrow
MA III.iv.35 [Hero to Beatrice] Good morrow, coz
MA V.iii.24 [Don Pedro to attendants] Good morrow, masters
MA V.iv.34 [Don Pedro to all] Good morrow to this fair assembly
Mac I.v.59 [Lady Macbeth to Macbeth, of Duncan] O, never / Shall sun that morrow see!
Mac II.iii.41 [Lennox to Macbeth] Good morrow, noble sir
MM.II.i.132 [Escalus to Angelo] Good morrow to your lordship
MM IV.ii.103 [Messenger to Provost] Good morrow; for, as I take it, it is almost day.
MND I.i.223 [Hermia to Lysander] We must starve our sight / From lovers' food till morrow deep midnight
MND IV.i.138 [Theseus to the lovers] Good morrow, friends
MV I.i.65 [Salerio to all] Good morrow, my good lords
MW II.ii.32 [Mistress Quickly to Falstaff] Give your worship good morrow
MW II.iii.19 [Slender to Caius] Give you good morrow, sir
MW III.i.35 [Shallow to Evans] Good morrow, good Sir Hugh
MW III.v.24 [Mistress Quickly to Falstaff] Give your worship good morrow
Oth III.i.2 [Cassio to Musicians] bid ‘Good morrow, General’
Oth III.i.40 [Emilia to Cassio] Good morrow, good Lieutenant
Per II.v.1 [First Knight to Simonides] Good morrow to the good Simonides
Per III.ii.11 [Second Gentleman to Cerimon] Good morrow to your lordship
R2 I.iii.228 [John of Gaunt to King Richard] Shorten my days thou canst with sullen sorrow, / And pluck nights from me, but not lend a morrow
R3 II.i.47 [Richard to King Edward and Queen Elizabeth] Good morrow to my sovereign King and Queen
R3 II.iii.1 [First Citizen to Second Citizen] Good morrow, neighbour
R3 III.ii.36 [Hastings to Catesby] Good morrow, Catesby
R3 III.ii.74 [Derby to Hastings] My lord, good morrow.
R3 III.iv.22 [Richard to all] My noble lords and cousins all, good morrow
R3 III.iv.50 [Hastings to all, of Richard] There's some conceit or other likes him well / When that he bids good morrow with such spirit
R3 V.iii.224 [Lords to Richmind] Good morrow, Richmond!
RJ I.i.160 [Benvolio to Romeo] Good morrow, cousin
RJ II.ii.185 [Juliet to Romeo] Parting is such sweet sorrow / That I shall say goodnight till it be morrow
RJ II.iii.27 [Romeo to Friar Laurence] Good morrow, father
RJ II.iii.30 [Friar Laurence to Romeo] it argues a distempered head / So soon to bid good morrow to thy bed
RJ II.iv.46 [Romeo to Mercutio and Benvolio] Good morrow to you both
RJ II.iv.106 [Nurse to all] God ye good-morrow, gentlemen
Sonn 90.7 [] Give not a windy night a rainy morrow
TC I.ii.42 [Cressida to Pandarus] Good morrow, uncle Pandarus
TC III.iii.66 [Achilles to Ajax] Good morrow, Ajax
TC IV.i.7 [Diomedes to Aeneas] Good morrow, Lord Aeneas
TC IV.ii.6 [Cressida to Troilus] Good morrow, then
TC IV.ii.44 [Aeneas to Pandarus] Good morrow, lord, good morrow
TG II.i.127 [Silvia to Valentine] And so, good morrow, servant
TG IV.iii.6 [Silvia to Eglamour] Sir Eglamour, a thousand times good morrow
Tim I.i.182 [Timon to Apemantus] Good morrow to thee, gentle Apemantus. Apemantus: Till I be gentle, stay thou for thy good morrow
Tit IV.ii.51 [Nurse to Chiron and Demetrius] Good morrow, lords
TN II.iv.1 [Orsino to all] Now, good morrow, friends!
TNK II.iii.24 [Gaoler's Daughter alone, quoting Palamon] Fair, gentle maid, good morrow
TNK .III.vi.16 [Palamon to Arcite] O, good morrow
TS II.i.39 [Gremio to Baptista] Good morrow, neighbour Baptista
TS II.i.182 [Petruchio to Katherina] Good morrow, Kate--for that's your name, I hear
TS III.ii.121 [Petruchio to all] what a fool am I to chat with you, / When I should bid good morrow to my bride
TS IV.v.27 [Petruchio to Vincentio, as if to a woman] Good morrow, gentle mistress, where away?