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Enter Clotten, and two Lords.Enter Cloten and two Lordsshift (v.)change [clothes]Cym I.iii.1
1. FIRST LORD 
Sir, I would aduise you to shift a Shirt; theSir, I would advise you to shift a shirt; the Cym I.iii.1
Violence of Action hath made you reek as a Sacrifice:violence of action hath made you reek as a sacrifice:reek (v.)steam, smoke, give off vapourCym I.iii.2
where ayre comes out, ayre comes in: There's nonewhere air comes out, air comes in: there's none Cym I.iii.3
abroad so wholesome as that you vent.abroad so wholesome as that you vent.abroad (adv.)in the outside world, freely at large, elsewhere, everywhereCym I.iii.4
vent (v.)utter, express, air, proclaim
Clot. CLOTEN 
If my Shirt were bloody, then to shift it. / Haue I hurtIf my shirt were bloody, then to shift it. Have I hurt Cym I.iii.5
him?him? Cym I.iii.6
2 SECOND LORD  
(aside) Cym I.iii.7
No faith: not so much as his patience.No, faith: not so much as his patience. Cym I.iii.7
1 FIRST LORD 
Hurt him? His bodie's a passable Carkasse if heHurt him? His body's a passable carcass, if hepassable (adj.)veritable, real, tolerableCym I.iii.8
bee not hurt. It is a through-fare for Steele if it be notbe not hurt. It is a throughfare for steel, if it be notthroughfare (n.)
old form: through-fare
thoroughfare
Cym I.iii.9
hurt.hurt Cym I.iii.10
2 SECOND LORD  
(aside)backside (n.)
old form: Backe-side
back streets, lesser-used thoroughfares
Cym I.iii.11
His Steele was in debt, it went o'th'Backe-sideHis steel was in debt, it went o'th' backside Cym I.iii.11
the Towne.the town. Cym I.iii.12
Clot. CLOTEN 
The Villaine would not stand me.The villain would not stand me.stand (v.)make a stand [against], fight, resistCym I.iii.13
2 SECOND LORD  
(aside)still (adv.)constantly, always, continuallyCym I.iii.14
No, but he fled forward still, towardNo, but he fled forward still, toward Cym I.iii.14
your face.your face. Cym I.iii.15
1 FIRST LORD 
Stand you? you haue Land enough of yourStand you? You have land enough of your Cym I.iii.16
owne: / But he added to your hauing, gaue you someown: but he added to your having, gave you some Cym I.iii.17
ground.ground. Cym I.iii.18
2 SECOND LORD  
(aside) Cym I.iii.19
As many Inches, as you haue OceansAs many inches as you have oceans. Cym I.iii.19
(Puppies.)Puppies! Cym I.iii.20
Clot. CLOTEN 
I would they had not come betweene vs.I would they had not come between us. Cym I.iii.21
2 SECOND LORD  
(aside) Cym I.iii.22
So would I, till you had measur'd howSo would I, till you had measured how Cym I.iii.22
long a Foole you were vpon the ground.long a fool you were upon the ground. Cym I.iii.23
Clot. CLOTEN 
And that shee should loue this Fellow, and refuse mee.And that she should love this fellow, and refuse me! Cym I.iii.24
2 SECOND LORD  
(aside)election (n.)choice, preferenceCym I.iii.25
If it be a sin to make a true election, sheIf it be a sin to make a true election, she Cym I.iii.25
is damn'd.is damned. Cym I.iii.26
1 FIRST LORD 
Sir, as I told you alwayes: her Beauty & herSir, as I told you always, her beauty and her Cym I.iii.27
Braine go not together. Shee's a good signe, but I haue brain go not together. She's a good sign, but I havesign (n.)
old form: signe
outward appearance, external demeanour
Cym I.iii.28
seene small reflection of her wit.seen small reflection of her wit.wit (n.)intelligence, wisdom, good sense, mental abilityCym I.iii.29
2 SECOND LORD  
(aside) Cym I.iii.30
She shines not vpon Fooles, least the reflectionShe shines not upon fools, lest the reflection Cym I.iii.30
Should hurt her.should hurt her. Cym I.iii.31
Clot. CLOTEN 
Come, Ile to my Chamber: would there had beene Come, I'll to my chamber. Would there had been Cym I.iii.32
some hurt done.some hurt done! Cym I.iii.33
2 SECOND LORD  
(aside) Cym I.iii.34
I wish not so, vnlesse it had bin the fallI wish not so, unless it had been the fall Cym I.iii.34
of an Asse, which is no great hurt.of an ass, which is no great hurt. Cym I.iii.35
Clot. CLOTEN 
You'l go with vs?You'll go with us? Cym I.iii.36
1 FIRST LORD 
Ile attend your Lordship.I'll attend your lordship.attend (v.)serve, follow, wait [on/upon]Cym I.iii.37
Clot. CLOTEN 
Nay come, let's go together.Nay come, let's go together. Cym I.iii.38
2 SECOND LORD 
Well my Lord. Well my lord. Cym I.iii.39
Exeunt.Exeunt Cym I.iii.39
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