|Antony and Cleopatra
|Speaks to atone you.
|Speakes to attone you.
|As You Like It
|He and Aufidius can no more atone
|He, and Auffidius can no more attone
|did atone my countryman and you: it had been pity
|did attone my Countryman and you: it had beene pitty
|T' atone them, for the love I bear to Cassio.
|T'attone them, for the loue I beare to Cassio.
|Since we cannot atone you, we shall see
|Since we cannot attone you, you shall see
|Timon of Athens
|Fall, and no more. And, to atone your fears
|Fall and no more; and to attone your feares