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What the good yeere my Lord, why are you thus What the good-year, my lord! Why are you thusMA I.iii.1
out of measure sad?out of measure sad?MA I.iii.2
You should heare reason.You should hear reason.MA I.iii.5
If not a present remedy, yet a patient If not a present remedy, at least a patientMA I.iii.8
sufferance.sufferance.MA I.iii.9
Yea, but you must not make the ful show of this,Yea, but you must not make the full show of thisMA I.iii.18
till you may doe it without controllment, you haue of late till you may do it without controlment. You have of lateMA I.iii.19
stood out against your brother, and hee hath tane you stood out against your brother, and he hath ta'en youMA I.iii.20
newly into his grace, where it is impossible you should newly into his grace, where it is impossible you shouldMA I.iii.21
take root, but by the faire weather that you maketake true root but by the fair weather that you makeMA I.iii.22
your selfe, it is needful that you frame the season for youryourself; it is needful that you frame the season for yourMA I.iii.23
owne haruest.own harvest.MA I.iii.24
Can you make no vse of your discontent?Can you make no use of your discontent?MA I.iii.35
To the death my Lord.To the death, my lord.MA I.iii.65
Here man, I am at thy elbow.Here, man, I am at thy elbow.MA III.iii.96
I will owe thee an answere for that, and nowI will owe thee an answer for that; and nowMA III.iii.99
forward with thy tale.forward with thy tale.MA III.iii.100
Is it possible that anie villanie should be so deare?Is it possible that any villainy should be so dear?MA III.iii.108
I wonder at it.I wonder at it.MA III.iii.113
Yes, it is apparell.Yes, it is apparel.MA III.iii.117
Yes the fashion is the fashion.Yes, the fashion is the fashion.MA III.iii.119
No, 'twas the vaine on the house.No; 'twas the vane on the house.MA III.iii.126
All this I see, and see that the fashion weares All this I see; and I see that the fashion wearsMA III.iii.135
out more apparrell then the man; but art not thou thy selfeout more apparel than the man. But art not thou thyselfMA III.iii.136
giddie with the fashion too that thou hast shifted out giddy with the fashion too, that thou hast shifted outMA III.iii.137
of thy tale into telling me of the fashion?of thy tale into telling me of the fashion?MA III.iii.138
And thought thy Margaret was Hero?And thought they Margaret was Hero?MA III.iii.147
Masters, masters.Masters, masters –MA III.iii.165
Masters –MA III.iii.168
A commoditie in question I warrant you, comeA commodity in question, I warrant you. Come,MA III.iii.173
weele obey you. we'll obey you.MA III.iii.174
I am a Gentleman sir, and my name is I am a gentleman, sir, and my name isMA IV.ii.13
Conrade.Conrade.MA IV.ii.14
CONRADE and BORACHIO
Yea, sir, we hope.MA IV.ii.17
Marry sir, we say we are none.Marry, sir, we say we are none.MA IV.ii.24
of Coxcombe.Off, coxcomb!MA IV.ii.67
Away, you are an asse, you are an asse.Away! You are an ass, you are an ass.MA IV.ii.71
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