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Your features, Lord warrant vs: what features?Your features, Lord warrant us! What features?AYL III.iii.4
I do not know what Poetical is: is it honest inI do not know what ‘ poetical ’ is. Is it honest inAYL III.iii.15
deed and word: is it a true thing?deed and word? Is it a true thing?AYL III.iii.16
Do you wish then that the Gods had made meDo you wish then that the gods had made meAYL III.iii.20
Poeticall?poetical?AYL III.iii.21
Would you not haue me honest?Would you not have me honest?AYL III.iii.25
Well, I am not faire, and therefore I pray the GodsWell, I am not fair, and therefore I pray the godsAYL III.iii.30
make me honest.make me honest.AYL III.iii.31
I am not a slut, though I thanke the Goddes I amI am not a slut, though I thank the gods I amAYL III.iii.34
foule.foul.AYL III.iii.35
Wel, the Gods giue vs ioy.Well, the gods give us joy.AYL III.iii.43
Faith the Priest was good enough, for all the oldeFaith, the priest was good enough, for all the oldAYL V.i.3
gentlemans saying.gentleman's saying.AYL V.i.4
I, I know who 'tis: he hath no interest in mee inAy, I know who 'tis: he hath no interest in me inAYL V.i.8
the world: here comes the man you meane.the world. Here comes the man you mean.AYL V.i.9
God ye good eu'n William.God ye good even, William.AYL V.i.14
Do good William.Do, good William.AYL V.i.57
I do desire it with all my heart: and I hope itI do desire it with all my heart; and I hope itAYL V.iii.3
is no dishonest desire, to desire to be a woman of ye is no dishonest desire to desire to be a woman of theAYL V.iii.4
world? Heere come two of the banish'd Dukes Pages.world? Here come two of the banished Duke's pages.AYL V.iii.5
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