Antony and Cleopatra
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Enter Lepidus, Mecenas and Agrippa.Enter Lepidus, Maecenas, and Agrippa AC II.iv.1
Lepidus. LEPIDUS 
Trouble your selues no further: pray you hastenTrouble yourselves no further.Pray you, hasten AC II.iv.1
your Generals after.Your generals after. AC II.iv.2.1
Agr. AGRIPPA 
Sir, Marke Anthony,Sir, Mark Antony AC II.iv.2.2
will e'ne but kisse Octauia, and weele follow.Will e'en but kiss Octavia, and we'll follow. AC II.iv.3
Lepi. LEPIDUS 
Till I shall see you in your Souldiers dresse,Till I shall see you in your soldier's dress, AC II.iv.4
Which will become you both: Farewell.Which will become you both, farewell.become (v.)grace, honour, dignifyAC II.iv.5.1
Mece. MAECENAS 
We shall:We shall, AC II.iv.5.2
as I conceiue the iourney, be at / MountAs I conceive the journey, be at th' Mountconceive (v.)
old form: conceiue
understand, comprehend, follow
AC II.iv.6
before you Lepidus.Before you, Lepidus. AC II.iv.7.1
Lepi. LEPIDUS 
Your way is shorter,Your way is shorter. AC II.iv.7.2
my purposes do draw me much about,My purposes do draw me much about.purpose (n.)intention, aim, planAC II.iv.8
you'le win two dayes vpon me.You'll win two days upon me.win (v.)gain advantage [over], get the better [of]AC II.iv.9.1
Both. MAECENAS and AGRIPPA 
Sir good successe.Sir, good success.success (n.)
old form: successe
result, outcome, issue
AC II.iv.9.2
Lepi. LEPIDUS 
Farewell. Farewell. AC II.iv.10
Exeunt.Exeunt AC II.iv.10
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