ope (v.)
2H6 III.ii.35 [Queen to King] O Henry, ope thine eyes!
2H6 IV.ix.13 [King to all] heaven, set ope thy everlasting gates
3H6 II.i.21 [Richard to Edward] See how the morning opes her golden gates
3H6 II.iii.41 [Edward to all, as if to God] Thy brazen gates of heaven may ope / And give sweet passage to my sinful soul!
3H6 V.i.21 [Edward to Warwick] wilt thou ope the city gates
Cor I.iv.43 [Martius to Soldiers] So, now the gates are ope
Cor III.i.138 [Coriolanus to all] Break ope the locks o'th' Senate
Cor V.iii.184 [Coriolanus to Volumnia] Behold, the heavens do ope
Cym II.iii.23 [Song outside Innogen's chamber] winking Mary-buds begin to ope their golden eyes
Cym V.iv.81 [Sicilius to music, to Jupiter] Thy crystal window ope
E3 IV.ii.2 [King Edward to Derby, of the Citizens] they ... will not ope their gates and let us in
Ham I.iv.50 [Hamlet to Ghost] [tell] why the sepulchre ... Hath oped his ponderous and marble jaws
Ham IV.v.147 [Laertes to Claudius] thus wide I'll ope my arms
JC I.ii.263 [Casca to Brutus and Cassius, of Caesar] he plucked me ope his doublet
JC III.i.260 [Antony alone, of Caesar's wounds] Which like dumb mouths do ope their ruby lips
KJ II.i.536 [King Philip to men of Angiers] ope your gates
KL V.i.40 [disguised Edgar to Albany] Before you fight the battle, ope this letter
Luc 383 [of Tarquin's eyes] But they must ope
MA IV.i.121 [Leonato to fainted Hero] Do not live, Hero, do not ope thine eyes
MV I.i.94 [Gratiano to Antonio] And when I ope my lips, let no dog bark
MV III.ii.232 [Bassanio to Salerio, of Antonio] Ere I ope his letter, / I pray you tell me how my good friend doth
Oth V.ii.303 [Gratiano to Iago] Torments will ope your lips
Per V.iii.23 [Cerimon to all] I oped the coffin
RJ I.i.214 [Romeo to Benvolio, of Rosaline] She will not ... ope her lap to saint-seducing gold
RJ V.iii.283 [Page to Prince] Anon comes one with light to ope the tomb
TC I.iii.73 [Agamemnon to Ulysses] When rank Thersites opes his mastic jaws
Tem I.ii.37 [Prospero to Miranda] The very minute bids thee ope thine ear
Tem V.i.49 [Prospero alone] graves at my command / Have waked their sleepers, oped, and let 'em forth
Tim V.iv.47 [First Senator to Timon] Set but thy foot / Against our rampired gates and they shall ope
Tit V.ii.10 [Titus to disguised Tamora] Is it your trick to make me ope the door
Tit V.iii.107 [Lucius to all, of the Goths] [who] oped their arms to embrace me as a friend
Tit V.iii.174 [Young Lucius to all] My tears will choke me if I ope my mouth
VA 424 [Adonis to Venus] Remove your siege from my unyielding heart; / To love's alarms it will not ope the gate
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