thought (n.)
melancholic reflection, anxiety, sorrow, worry
2H4 IV.v.70[King Henry IV to Princes, of sons' greed] For this the foolish over-careful fathers / Have broke their sleep with thoughts
AC IV.vi.35[Enobarbus alone, of his heart] If swift thought break it not, a swifter mean / Shall outstrike thought
AYL IV.i.197[Rosalind to Celia] bastard of Venus, that was begot of thought [alternative reading: imagination, fancy]
Ham III.i.85[Hamlet alone] the native hue of resolution / Is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought
Ham IV.v.188[Laertes to all] Thought and afflictions [F,Q2; Q1 Thoughts]
JC II.i.187[Brutus to Cassius, of Antony's possible action] take thought, and die for Caesar
TC IV.ii.6.1[Troilus to Cressida, of sleep] give as soft attachment to thy senses / As infants' empty of all thought
TG I.i.69[Proteus alone, of himself] heart sick with thought
TN II.iv.111[Viola as Cesario to Orsino, of a woman who never told her love] She pined in thought
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