art (n.)
magic, enchantment, trickery
1H6 II.i.15[Talbot to all, of the French] their deceit, / Contrived by art and baleful sorcery
MND II.ii.110[Lysander to Helena] nature shows art / That through thy bosom makes me see thy heart
Tem epilogue.14[Prospero alone] Now I want ... art to enchant
Tem I.ii.1[Miranda to Prospero] If by your art ... you have / Put the wild waters in this roar, allay them
Tem I.ii.25[Prospero to Miranda, as if to his cloak] Lie there, my art
Tem I.ii.28[Prospero to Miranda] I have with such provision in mine art / So safely ordered
Tem I.ii.291[Prospero to Ariel] It was mine art ... that made gape / The pine
Tem I.ii.372[Caliban to himself, of Prospero] His art is of such power, / It would control my dam's god Setebos
Tem IV.i.120.2[Prospero to Ferdinand] Spirits, which by mine art / I have from their confines called
Tem IV.i.41[Prospero to Ariel, of Ferdinand and Miranda] I must / Bestow upon the eyes of this young couple / Some vanity of mine art
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