apt (adj.) 1
fit, ready, prepared
2H4 I.i.69 [Northumberland to Morton] the whiteness in thy cheek / Is apter than thy tongue to tell thy errand
H5 II.ii.86 [King Henry to all, of Cambridge] You know how apt our love was to accord / To furnish him with all appertinents
Ham I.v.31 [Ghost to Hamlet] I find thee apt
Ham III.ii.264 [Third Player as Lucianus] hands apt
JC III.i.160 [Antony to all] Live a thousand years, / I shall not find myself so apt to die
KJ IV.ii.226 [King John to Hubert] Finding thee ... / Apt, liable to be employed in danger
KL IV.ii.65 [Albany to Gonerill, of his hands] They are apt enough to dislocate and tear / Thy flesh and bones
LLL IV.iii.112 [Dumaine reading his verses to Katharine] Youth so apt to pluck a sweet
MA I.i.271 [Don Pedro to Claudio, of his love] thou shalt see how apt it is to learn / Any hard lesson that may do thee good
MM V.i.495 [Duke to all] I find an apt remission in myself [i.e. a readiness to pardon]
PassP XVI.14 [] Vow, alack! for youth unmeet, / Youth, so apt to pluck a sweet
RJ III.i.30 [Benvolio to Mercutio] An I were so apt to quarrel as thou art
RJ III.i.40 [Tybalt to Mercutio, of fighting] You shall find me apt enough to that, sir, an you will give me occasion
TC V.ii.134 [Troilus to Ulysses] do not give advantage / To stubborn critics, apt, without a theme / For depravation, to square the general sex / By Cressid's rule
TN I.iv.35 [Orsino to Viola as Cesario, of approaching Olivia] I know thy constellation is right apt / For this affair
TN V.i.130 [Viola as Cesario to Orsino] I, most jocund, apt, and willingly / To do you rest, a thousand deaths would die
TN V.i.317 [Orsino to Olivia] I am most apt t'embrace your offer
TS II.i.165 [Baptista to Hortensio as Licio, of teaching the lute to Bianca] She's apt to learn