marry (int.)
[exclamation] by Mary
1H4 I.ii.23[Falstaff to Prince Hal] Marry then, sweet wag
1H4 II.i.41[Second Carrier to Gadshill, of lending his lantern] Marry, I'll see thee hanged first
1H4 II.iv.112[Falstaff to all] A plague of all cowards, I say, and a vengeance too, marry and amen!
1H4 II.iv.280[Hostess to Prince Hal] Marry my lord
1H4 III.i.122[Hotspur to Glendower] Marry and I am glad of it with all my heart!
1H4 V.ii.33[Douglas to Hotspur, of sending defiace to the King] Marry, and shall, and very willingly.
1H6 II.iii.30[Talbot to Messenger, of the Countess] Marry, for that she's in a wrong belief,
1H6 III.iii.21[Charles to Pucelle] Ay, marry, sweeting
1H6 V.i.11[King to Gloucester] Ay, marry, uncle
2H4 I.ii.198[Falstaff to himself] marry, not in ashes and sackcloth
2H4 I.iii.18.2[Lord Bardolph to all] Yea, marry, there's the point
2H4 II.i.83[Hostess to Falstaff] Marry, if thou wert an honest man
2H4 II.ii.37[Prince Henry to Poins] Marry, I tell thee it is not meet that I should be sad now my father is sick
2H4 II.iv.338[Falstaff to Hostess] Marry, there is another indictment upon thee
2H4 III.ii.94[Shallow to Falstaff, of providing men] Marry, have we, sir
2H4 V.i.9[Shallow to Davy] yea, marry, William cook, bid him come hither
2H4 V.iii.8[Shallow to Falstaff] marry, good air
2H4 V.v.77[Shallow to Falstaff, of his loan] Yea, marry, Sir John, which I beseech you to let me have home with me
2H6 I.ii.88[Hume to himself] Hume must make merry with the Duchess' gold; / Marry, and shall
2H6 I.iii.4[Second Petitioner to First Petitioner, of the Lord Protector] Marry, the Lord protect him
2H6 II.i.38[Cardinal to Gloucester] Marry, when thou darest
2H6 III.ii.30[Queen to all] Marry, God forfend!
2H6 IV.ii.127[Cade to Stafford and Brother] Marry, this
2H6 IV.vii.45[Cade to Say] Marry, thou oughtest not to let thy horse wear a cloak
3H6 I.iv.96[Queen to all, of York] Ay, marry, sir, now looks he like a king!
3H6 V.v.42[Richard to Queen, of killing her] Marry, and shall
AW I.i.123[Parolles to Helena] Virginity being blown down, man will quicklier be blown up; marry, in blowing him down again
AW II.ii.14[Countess to Clown] Marry, that's a bountiful answer that fits all questions
AW II.iii.57[Helena to the Lords, of having a mistress ] Marry, to each but one!
AW II.iv.22[Clown to Parolles[ Marry, you are the wiser man
AW III.v.37[Widow to Helena, of the way] Ay, marry, is't
AW III.v.90[Widow to Mariana, of one in the procession] Marry, hang you!
AW IV.iii.197[First Soldier to Parolles] Marry, we'll search
AW IV.iii.282[Parolles to First Soldier, of Dumaine] marry, in coming on he has the cramp
AW V.i.28[Gentleman to Helena, of where the King has gone] Marry, as I take it, to Rossillion
AYL I.i.115[Charles to Oliver, of his wrestling] Marry do I, sir
AYL I.i.30[Orlando to Oliver] Marry, sir, I am helping you
AYL I.ii.25[Celia to Rosalind, of falling in love] Marry, I prithee do, to make sport withal
AYL I.ii.68[Rosalind to Touchstone] Ay, marry, now unmuzzle your wisdom.
AYL III.ii.304[Rosalind as Ganymede to Orlando, of Time] Marry, he trots hard with a young maid
AYL III.iv.7[Celia to Rosalind, of Orlando] Marry, his kisses are Judas's own children
AYL IV.i.159[Rosalind as Ganymede to Orlando, of wit] Marry, to say she came to seek you there
AYL IV.i.76[Rosalind as Ganymede to Orlando] Marry, that should you if I were your mistress,
CE II.ii.52[Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse] Marry, sir, for this something that you gave me for nothing
CE III.i.15.2[Dromio of Ephesus to Antipholus of Ephesus, of being an ass] Marry, so it doth appear
CE III.ii.81[Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse] Marry, sir, besides myself I am due to a woman
CE IV.iii.63[Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse] Marry, he must have a long spoon that must eat with the devil
Cym I.ii.7[Queen to Posthumus, of the King] marry, yet / The fire of rage is in him
Cym V.v.287.2[Cymbeline to Guiderius] Marry, the gods forfend!
H5 III.ii.101[Jamy to Fluellen and Macmorris] I sall quit you with gud leve, as I may pick occasion: that sall I, marry
H5 III.vi.90[Fluellen to King Henry] Marry, th' athversary was have possession of the pridge
H5 III.vii.104[Constable to all, of the Dauphin] Marry, he told me so himself
H5 V.ii.132[King Henry to Katherine] Marry, if you would put me to verses
H8 I.i.97.2[Norfolk to Abergavenny] Marry, is't
H8 I.iii.38.2[Lovell to all] Ay, marry
H8 III.ii.47[Suffolk to all] Marry, this is yet but young
Ham I.iii.90[Polonius to Ophelia] Marry, well bethought
Ham I.iv.13[Hamlet to Horatio, of a custom] Ay, marry, is't
Ham II.i.6[Polonius to Reynaldo] Marry, well said
Ham III.ii.146[Hamlet to all] Marry, this is miching mallecho
Ham V.i.22[First Clown to Second Clown, answering 'But is this law?'] Ay, marry, is't – crowner's quest law
JC I.ii.227[Casca to Brutus, of Caesar being offered the crown] Ay, marry, was't, and he put it by thrice
KJ I.i.236[Bastard to Lady Faulconbridge] Sir Robert could do well – marry, to confess – / Could he get me!
KJ V.vii.28[King John to all] Ay, marry, now my soul hath elbow-room
KL IV.ii.68[Gonerill to Albany] Marry, your manhood! Mew!
LLL I.i.124[Longaville to Berowne, of who devised the penalty] Marry, that did I.
LLL II.i.205.1[Maria to Boyet] Two hot sheeps, marry!
LLL II.i.84[Boyet to Princess] Marry, thus much I have learned
LLL III.i.145[Costard to Berowne, of a remuneration] Marry, sir, halfpenny farthing
LLL III.i.52[Mote to Armado] Marry, sir, you must send the ass upon the horse
LLL IV.ii.84[Costard to Holofernes] Marry, Master Schoolmaster,
LLL IV.iii.284[Dumaine to all] Ay, marry, there; some flattery for this evil!
MA I.iii.45[Borachio to Don John, of Claudio] Marry, it is your brother's right hand
MA II.i.257[Beatrice to Don Pedro, of Benedick's heart] Marry, once before he won it of me with false dice
MA II.iii.85[Don Pedro to Balthasar] Yea, marry, dost thou hear, Balthasar?
MA III.iii.77[Dogberry to Verges, of staying a man] marry, not without the Prince be willing
MA III.v.2[Dogberry to Leonato] Marry, sir, I would have some confidence with you
MA IV.i.79.2[Claudio to Hero, of blotting her name] Marry, that can Hero
MA IV.ii.4[Dogberry to Sexton] Marry, that am I and my partner
MA V.i.53[Leonato to Claudio] Marry, thou dost wrong me, thou dissembler, thou!
MA V.ii.35[Benedick alone, of his love] Marry, I cannot show it in rhyme
Mac II.iii.26[Porter to Macduff] Marry, sir, nose-painting, sleep, and urine
Mac III.vi.4[Lenox to Lord, of Duncan] marry, he was dead!
MM I.ii.63[Mistress Overdone to Second Gentleman] Marry, sir, that's Claudio
MM II.i.174[Elbow to Escalus] Marry, I thank your good worship
MM II.i.76[Elbow to Escalus] Marry, sir, by my wife
MM III.ii.13[Elbow to disguised Duke, of Pompey] Marry, sir, he hath offended the law
MM IV.iii.7[Pompey alonw] Marry, then ginger was not much in request
MM V.i.274[Lucio to Escalus, of Isabel] Marry, sir, I think, if you handled her privately she would sooner confess
MND I.ii.11[Quince to all] Marry, our play is The most lamentable comedy and most cruel death of Pyramus and Thisbe
MND III.i.83[Quince to Flute, of his speaking] Ay, marry must you
MND V.i.348[Theseus to all] Marry, if he that writ it had played Pyramus
MV II.ii.37[Launcelot to Gobbo] marry, at the very next turning turn of no hand
MV II.iv.17[Launcelot to Lorenzo] Marry, sir, to bid my old master the Jew to sup tonight with my new master the Christian
MV II.viii.26.2[Salerio to Solanio] Marry, well remembered
MV III.v.9[Launcelot to Jessica] Marry, you may partly hope that your father got you not
MW I.i.117[Slender to Falstaff] Marry, sir, I have matter in my head against you
MW I.iv.143[Fenton to Mistress Quickly, of having a wart] Yes, marry, have I
MW II.i.166[Page to Ford, of Falstaff's men] Marry, were they
MW II.ii.58[Mistress Quickly to Falstaff] Marry, this is the short and the long of it
MW III.i.5[Simple to Evans, of where he has looked] Marry, sir, the pittie-ward, the park-ward, every way
MW III.iii.8[Mistress Ford to Mistress Page] Marry, as I told you before
MW III.iv.51[Shallow to Anne] Marry, I thank you for it
MW III.v.31[Mistress Quickly to Falstaff] Marry, sir, I come to your worship from Mistress Ford
MW IV.iv.39.2[Mistress Ford to all] Marry, this is our device
MW IV.v.3[Simple to Host] Marry, sir, I come to speak with Sir John Falstaff
MW V.v.163[Ford to Falstaff] Marry, sir, we'll bring you to Windsor
Oth I.ii.53.1[Iago to Cassio, of Othello] Marry, to – Come, Captain, will you go?
Oth II.i.105[Iago to Desdemona] Marry, before your ladyship
Oth II.iii.254[Iago to Cassio[ Marry, God forbid!
Oth III.i.7[First Musician to Clown, of their instruments] Ay, marry are they, sir
Oth IV.i.146[Cassio to Iago, of Bianca] Marry, a perfumed one!
Oth IV.i.87[Iago to Othello] Marry, patience!
Oth IV.iii.71[Emilia to Desdemona, of being unfaithful] Marry, I would not do such a thing for a joint ring
Oth V.i.72.2[Iago to Cassio] Marry, heaven forbid!
Per II.i.107[First Fisherman to Pericles] Marry, sir, half a day's journey
Per IV.ii.81[Bawd to Marina] Marry, whip the gosling.
Per IV.vi.135[Bawd to Boult, of Marina] Marry, hang her up for ever!
R2 I.iv.16[Aumerle to King Richard] Marry, would the word 'farewell' have lengthened hours
R2 IV.i.114[Bishop of Carlisle to Bolingbroke] Marry, God forbid!
R3 I.iii.97[Richard to Rivers, of Queen Elizabeth] She may, yea, marry, may she
R3 II.ii.124[Buckingham to Rivers] Marry, my lord
R3 II.iii.46[Second Citizen to Third Citizen] Marry, we were sent for to the justices
R3 II.iv.27[York to Duchess of York] Marry, they say my uncle grew so fast
R3 III.i.144[York to Richard] Marry, my uncle Clarence' angry ghost
R3 III.iv.34[Bishop of Ely to Richard, of fetching strawberries] Marry and will, my lord, with all my heart
R3 III.vii.80[Lord Mayor to all] Marry, God defend his grace should say us nay!
RJ I.i.36[Gregory to Sampson] No, marry. I fear thee!
RJ I.iii.23[Nurse to Lady Capulet, of Juliet] That shall she, marry!
RJ I.v.112.2[Nurse to Romeo] Marry, bachelor, / Her mother is the lady of the house
RJ I.v.85[Capulet to Tybalt] Marry, 'tis time
RJ II.iv.40[Mercutio to Benvolio, of Laura] marry, she had a better love to berhyme her
RJ III.i.57[Mercutio to Tybalt] Marry, go before to field
RJ III.v.235[Nurse to Juliet, of telling her father] Marry, I will; and this is wisely done
RJ IV.ii.6[Sevingman to Capulet] Marry, sir, 'tis an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers
RJ IV.v.8[Nurse to sleeping Juliet] Marry, and amen! How sound is she asleep!
TC I.ii.151[Pandarus to Cressida] Marry, at the white hair that Helen spied on Troilus' chin
TC II.i.120[Achilles to Patroclus and Ajax] Marry, this, sir, is proclaimed through all our host
TC III.i.30[Servant to Pandarus] marry, sir, at the request of Paris my lord
Tem III.ii.39[Stephano to Caliban, of listening to his suit] Marry, will I
TG I.i.122[Speed to Proteus] Marry, sir, the letter very orderly
TG II.i.17[Speed to Valentine] Marry, by these special marks
TG II.v.11[Launce to Speed] Marry, after they closed in earnest, they parted very fairly in jest
TG II.v.20[Launce to Speed] Marry, thus
TG III.i.288[Speed to Launce] Marry, the son of my grandfather
TG IV.ii.28[Julia to Host] Marry, mine host, because I cannot be merry
TG IV.iv.24[Launce alone] Ay, marry, do I
Tim I.i.86.2[Painter to Poet, of Timon's friends] Ay, marry, what of these?
Tim V.i.86[Timon to Poet and Painter] Marry, 'tis not monstrous in you
Tit IV.i.121[Titus to all, of the court] Ay, marry, will we, sir, and we'll be waited on
Tit IV.iii.40[Publius to Titus] Marry, for Justice, she is so employed
TN I.iii.64[Sir Andrew to Maria] Marry, but you shall have, and here's my hand
TN I.v.122[Olivia to Sir Toby, of one at the gate] Ay, marry, what is he?
TN II.iii.134[Maria to Sir Toby, of Malvolio] Marry, sir, sometimes he is a kind of puritan
TN II.v.102[Sir Toby to Sir Andrew and Fabian, of Malvolio] Marry, hang thee, brock!
TN III.ii.4[Sir Andrew to Sir Toby] Marry, I saw your niece do more favours to the Count's servingman
TN III.iv.103[Maria to all] Marry, and it shall be done tomorrow morning
TN IV.ii.101[Feste as Sir Topas to Malvolio] Marry, amen!
TN V.i.16[Feste to Orsino] Marry, sir, they praise me – and make an ass of me
TNK II.ii.65.2[First Countryman to Arcite, of games] Yes, marry are there
TNK V.ii.109.1[Wooer to Doctor] Yes, marry, will we
TS I.i.119[Hortensio to Gremio, of Bianca] Marry, sir, to get a husband for her sister.
TS II.i.260[Petruchio to Katherina] Marry, so I mean, sweet Katherine, in thy bed
TS III.ii.217[Gremio to Baptista] Ay marry, sir, now it begins to work
TS induction.2.100[Sly to all] Marry, I fare well, for here is cheer enough
TS IV.ii.11[Hortensio to Tranio] Quick proceeders, marry!
TS IV.iii.96[Petruchio to Tailor, of his instructions] Marry, and did
TS V.i.49[Biondello to Vincentio, of the Pedant] marry, sir – see where he looks out of the window
TS V.ii.107[Petruchio to all, of a wonder] Marry, peace it bodes
WT III.iii.131[Shepheerd to Clown] Marry will I
WT IV.iv.163[Dorcas to Mopsa] Marry, garlic to mend her kissing with!
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