complexion (n.)
natural trait, disposition, temperament, nature
Ham I.iv.27[Hamlet to Horatio] By the o'ergrowth of some complexion
LLL I.ii.76[Armado to Mote, of Samson's love] Of what complexion? [also: sense 1]
LLL I.ii.81[Armado to Mote, of sea-water green] Is that one of the four complexions?
MM III.i.185[disguised Duke to Isabella, of grace] the soul of your complexion
MM III.i.24[disguised Duke to Claudio] thy complexion shifts to strange effects, / After the moon
MV III.i.27[Solanio to Salerio, of birds] it is the complexion of them all to leave the dam
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