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Search phrase: range

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PlayKey LineModern TextOriginal Text
HamletHam III.iii.2To let his madness range. Therefore prepare you.To let his madnesse range. Therefore prepare you,
Henry IV Part 11H4 I.iii.167Wherein you range under this subtle King!Wherein you range vnder this subtill King.
Henry VH5 III.iii.12In liberty of bloody hand shall rangeIn libertie of bloody hand, shall raunge
Henry VI Part 33H6 II.i.11I saw him in the battle range about,I saw him in the Battaile range about,
Henry VIIIH8 II.iii.20And range with humble livers in content,And range with humble liuers in Content,
Julius CaesarJC II.i.118So let high-sighted tyranny range onSo let high-sighted-Tyranny range on,
King Edward IIIE3 III.i.187And bid them battle ere they range too far.And bid them battaile ere they rainge to farre,
King Edward IIIE3 III.iii.137Father, range your battles, prate no more.Father range your battailes, prate no more,
Richard IIR2 III.ii.39Then thieves and robbers range abroad unseenThen Theeues and Robbers raunge abroad vnseene,
Twelfth NightTN IV.iii.7That he did range the town to seek me out.That he did range the towne to seeke me out,

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Glossary

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all-licensedallowed to do anything, given free range
beamreach, range, line [of the eye, thought of as emitting beams of light]
changevariety, assortment, range
compassrange, reach, limit, scope
CotsallCotswold Hills; hill range mainly in Gloucestershire
differencevariety, range, assortment
foragerange abroad, go out and about
fullfullness, entire range, complete scope
kenrange of sight, view, visible distance
lengthrange, reach, scope
level[archery] direct aim, target, range
markreach, aim, range
measurerange, reach, scope
point-blankreach, easy range
Pyrenean[pron: pire'neean Pyrenees, mountain range between France and Spain
rangewander freely, roam, rove
rangearrange, lay out, array [in order]
rangeoccupy, take up, be placed
rangebattle line, fighting position
scoperange, reach, extent
scoperoom, space, range
stall[hunting] bring to a stand, come within range of
Taurus[pron: 'tawrus] Turkish mountain range
tracerange over, pass through, traverse
viewsight, range of vision

Thesaurus

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abroad, rangeforage
entire rangefull
free range, givenall-licensed
mountain rangePyrenean
rangechange
rangemark
rangedifference
rangemeasure
rangelength
rangebeam
rangescope
rangecompass
rangescope
range [in archery]level
range abroadforage
range of sightken
range of sightview
range overtrace
range, come within [in hunting]stall
range, easypoint-blank
range, entirefull
sight, range ofken
vision, range ofview

Themes and Topics

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Exclamations...y the actor sometimes permitting a wide range of possible tones of voice these are a ...
Family...he familiar terms regularly have a wider range of application same-generation ...
Greetings...form greetings may also be different in range of application good even for example ...
Humours...) the notion transferred readily into a range of senses to do with temperament mood ...
Negatives...ned by i’ve not got no money neither ) a range of negative forms is involved such as n...
Regrets...istinctive forms are used to express the range of emotions which include regret grief ...
Responses...y then i have an eye of you wide range of other words and phrases (e g content...
Roman history...i 172 assistant to the tribunes with a range of responsibilities (such as public orde...
Swearing...f ’bad language’ which includes a wider range of intensifying expressions some of whi...
...ons this is chiefly a reflection of the range of characters in the plays - lords and p...
...g men and women - whose swearing habits range from princely affirmations of honour (‘b...
...ing you hold dear and these expresisons range from the most sacred notions of christia...
What and what... what and its derivatives had a wide range of interrogative and exclamatory uses m...
Who and who... who ’ (ham ii ii 195) and the semantic range of who is wider including abstract conc...
Britain [outside London]...all mw i i 84 cotswold hills hill range mainly in gloucestershire se england ...
World [outside Britain], places and peoples...nean kj i i 203 pyrenees mountain range between france and spain rialto...
...us mnd iii ii 141 turkish mountain range tenedos tc prologue 11 is...

Words Families

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Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
RANGEBASICrange v, ranged adj
RANGEPEOPLEranger n

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