|All's Well That Ends Well
|Though time seem so adverse and means unfit.
|Though time seeme so aduerse, and meanes vnfit:
|The Comedy of Errors
|To admit no traffic to our adverse towns.
|To admit no trafficke to our aduerse townes:
|Henry VI Part 1
|Combat with adverse planets in the heavens!
|Combat with aduerse Planets in the Heauens;
|King Edward III
|The feeble handful on the adverse part.
|The feeble handfull on the aduerse part.
|Hath put himself in arms. The adverse winds,
|Hath put himselfe in Armes, the aduerse windes
|When adverse foreigners affright my towns
|When aduerse Forreyners affright my Townes
|Measure for Measure
|He speak against me on the adverse side,
|He speake against me on the aduerse side,
|Much Ado About Nothing
|Grow this to what adverse issue it can, I will
|Grow this to what aduerse issue it can, I will
|Of thy adverse pernicious enemy!
|Of thy amaz'd pernicious enemy.
|My prayers on the adverse party fight,
|My Prayers on the aduerse party fight,
|Which they upon the adverse faction want.
|Which they vpon the aduerse Faction want.
|Into the danger of this adverse town;
|Into the danger of this aduerse Towne,