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Search phrase: dive

Plays

 7 result(s).
PlayKey LineModern TextOriginal Text
Henry IV Part 11H4 I.iii.201Or dive into the bottom of the deep,Or diue into the bottome of the deepe,
King JohnKJ V.ii.139To dive like buckets in concealed wells,To diue like Buckets in concealed Welles,
Richard IIR2 I.iv.25How he did seem to dive into their heartsHow he did seeme to diue into their hearts,
Richard IIIR3 I.i.41Dive, thoughts, down to my soul – here Clarence comes!Diue thoughts downe to my soule, here Clarence comes.
The TempestTem I.ii.191To swim, to dive into the fire, to rideTo swim, to diue into the fire: to ride
Timon of AthensTim IV.i.2That girdles in those wolves, dive in the earthThat girdles in those Wolues, diue in the earth,
Titus AndronicusTit IV.iii.44I'll dive into the burning lake belowIle diue into the burning Lake below,

Glossary

 30 result(s).
askance, askaunceturn aside, divert
beguiledivert attention from, disguise
bringdeprive, divest, dispossess
differingdifferent, varying, diverse
digressdeviate, diverge, depart
dismantledeprive, strip, divest
disportdiversion, pastime, entertainment
disportentertain, amuse, divert
dive-dapperdiving waterfowl, dabchick
diversdifferent, various, several
divertedturned from its natural course, deviant
Dives[pron: 'deevez] in the Bible, a rich man who feasted while the beggar Lazarus starved at his gate
divestundress, unclothe, disrobe
gluttonrich man in the Dives and Lazarus parable
idlenesspastime, foolishness, silly diversion
Lazarusin the BIble, a beggar treated with contempt by Dives
mirthjoke, diversion, sport
night-rulenight-time activity, nocturnal diversion
parti-colouredvariegated, diverse, multi-coloured
pervertdivert, turn aside, redirect
piednessdiverse colouring, multi-coloured character
recreationrefreshment, pastime, diversion
solaceentertain, amuse, divert
sportamuse, entertain, divert
suppliancepastime, diversion
ticklingflattering, alluring, diverting
trenchdivert by means of a trench
unfurnishdeprive, divest, take away
variablevaried, diverse, different
warpdeviate, turn away, diverge

Thesaurus

 28 result(s).
attention, divertbeguile
colouring, diversepiedness
divergedigress
divergewarp
diverseparti-coloured
diversediffering
diversevariable
diverse colouringpiedness
diversionrecreation
diversionsuppliance
diversionmirth
diversiondisport
diversion, nocturnalnight-rule
diversion, sillyidleness
divertdisport
divertaskance, askaunce
divertsolace
divertsport
divertpervert
divert attentionbeguile
divert by means of a trenchtrench
divertingtickling
divestdismantle
divestunfurnish
divestbring
nocturnal diversionnight-rule
silly diversionidleness
trench, divert by means of atrench

Words Families

 12 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
COLOURAMOUNTdivers-coloured adj
DAPPERBASICDIVE-DAPPER
DIVEBASICdive v
DIVEBIRDdive-dapper n
DIVEPEOPLEdiver n
DIVERSEBASICdivers adj, diversely adv, diversity n, divert v, diverted adj
DIVERSECOLOURdivers-coloured adj
DIVESTBASICdivest v
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