goodman (adj.) Old form(s): good mans , good-man
[title for a person under the rank of gentleman] mister, master
1H4 II.iv.92[Prince Hal to Poins] the old days of goodman Adam
2H4 V.iii.89Silence to all, of Falstaff being called the greatest man in the realm] By'r lady, I think 'a be, but goodman Puff of Barson
2H4 V.iv.28[Doll to First Beadle] Goodman death, goodman bones!
Ham V.i.14[Second Clown to First Clown] Nay, but hear you, Goodman Delver
KL II.ii.42[disguised Kent to Edmund] With you, goodman boy, and you please! [i.e. I'll take you on, young whipper-snapper]
KL IV.i.57[Edgar as Poor Tom to Gloucester] Bless thee, good man's son [Q; F goodman]
LLL I.i.295[Berowne to himself] I'll lay my head to any goodman's hat / These oaths and laws will prove an idle scorn
LLL IV.ii.36[Holofernes to Dull, answering his question] Dictynna, goodman Dull
LLL V.i.142[Holofernes to Dull] Via, goodman Dull!
MA III.v.9[Dogberry to Leonatp] Goodman Verges, sir, speaks a little off the matter
MM V.i.324[Lucio to disguised Duke] Come hither, goodman baldpate
MW III.ii.23[Mistress Page to Ford, of Falstaff] There is such a league between my good man and he
RJ I.v.77[Capulet to Tybalt] What, goodman boy!
TN IV.ii.129[Feste singing to Malvolio] Adieu, goodman devil!
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