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cabilero
cabin
cabinet
cable
cacodemon
caddis
caddis-garter
cade
cadent
caduceus
cage
cagion, casion
Cain-coloured
caitiff
cake
caked
calculate
calculate one's birth
calendar
calf
caliver
calkin
call
callet, callot
calling
calm
calumniate
calumniating
calumnious
calve
calves'-guts
cambric
camlet, chamblet
camp
camping
can
canakin, cannakin
canary
cancel
cancelled
candidatus
candied
candle-case
candle-mine
candle-waster
candy
cane-coloured
cangenet
canker
canker-bit
canker-bloom
canker-blossom
cankered
cankering
canker-sorrow
cannibally
cannoneer
canon
canonize
canonized
canopy
canstick
cantherizing
cantle
canton
canvas-climber
canvass
canzonet
cap
cap and knee
capable
capacity
cap-and-knee
cap-a-pe, cap-a-pie
caparison
caparisoned
caper
capering
capital
capitulate
capocchia
capon
capriccio
capricious
captain
captain-general
captainship
captious
captivate
captive
captivity
car
carack
caract
carat
caraway
carbonado
carbonadoed
carbuncle
carbuncled
carcanet
card
cardecue
carder
cardinally
cardmaker
care
care a
career
careful
carefully
careless
carelessly
carelessness
care-tuned
carl, carle
carlot
carman
carnal
carnation
carol
carouse
carper
carpet
carpet-monger
carrack, carack
carriage
carrier
carrion
carry
carry it (away)
carry-tale
cart
carve
carver
case
cased
casement
cashier
cashiered
casing
casion
cask
casque, caske
cassock
cast
Castalion
castaway
casted
castigation
casual
casually
casualty
cat
cat o'mountain
Cataian, Cathayan
catalogue
cat-a-mountain
cataplasm
catastrophe
catch
catching
catechize
cate-log
cater-cousins
caterpillar
cates
catling
caudie
caudle
cause
causeless
cautel
cautelous
cavaleiro
Cavalery
cavaliero
cavalleria
cave
cave-keeper
cave-keeping
caveto
caviary
cavil
ce
cease
ceinture
celerity
cell
cellarage
cement
censer
censor
censure
center
centre
century
cere up
cerecloth
cerements
ceremonious
ceremony
certain
certainly
certainty
certes
certificate
certify
cess
cesse
cestern, cesterne
chace
chafe
chafed
chaffless
chaffy
chafing
chain
chair
chair-days
chalice
chaliced
challenge
challenger
chamber
chamber-counsel
chamberer
chamberlain
chamber-lye
chamblet
champain
champion
chance
change
changeable
changeful
changeling
changing
channel
chanson
chant it
chanticleer
chantry
chaos
chap
chape
chapeless
chaplain
chapless, chopless
chaplet
chapman
chaps, chops
charact, caract
character
characterless
charactery
chare
charge
charge a
charged
chargeful
charge-house
charging-staff
chariest
chariness
charitable
charitably
charm
charmed
charmer
charming
charmingly
charneco
charnel-house, charnel house
charter
chartered
chary
chase
chaser
chaste
chastisement
chat
chattels
chaudron, chawdron
chawed
che
cheapen
cheat
cheater
check
checkered
cheek-roses
cheer
cheerily
cheerly
chequin
cherish
cherries
cherry-pit
cherubin
chevalier
chevalry
cheverel
cheveril
chew
chewet
chicken
chid
chidden
chide
chider
chiding
chief
chief a
child
childbed
child-changed
childhood
childing
childish
childishness
childness
chill
chimney
chine
chinks
chip
chip bread
chirrah
chirurgeonly
chivalry
choice
choice-drawn
choicely
choir, quire
choke
choler
choleric
choose forth
choose, cannot
chop
chop logic
chop-fallen
chopine
chopless
chopped
chopped logic
chopping
choppy
chops
chorus
chorus-like
chosen
chough
chould
christen
christendom
Christian
christom
chronicle
chrysolite
chuck
chuff
church-like
churl
churlish
cicatrice
cinder
cinquepace
cinque-spotted
cipher
circle
circled
circuit
circummured
circumscribe
circumscription
circumstance
circumstanced
circumstantial
circumvent
circumvention
cital
cite
citizen
cittern-head
city
civet
civil
civility
clack-dish
claim
clamor, clamour
clangor, clangour
clap
clap a
clapper-claw
clasp
clatpole
clause
claw
clay
clean
cleanly
cleanly-coined
clean-timbered
cleap
clear
clear all
clear his own way
clearly
clearness
clear-spirited
clearstory
cleave
cleave the pin
cleave to
clefture
clement
clepe
clerestory, clearstory
clerk
clerk-like
clerkly
clew
client
climate
climatures
climb
clime
cling
clinquant
clip
clipper
clip-winged
cloak
cloak-bag
clock and clock, 'twixt
clock-setter
clod
cloddy
clodpole
clog
clogging
cloistered
cloistress
close
closely
closeness
close-stool
closet
close-tongued
closet-war
closing
closure
cloth
cloth of state
clothier's yard
cloth-of-gold
clotpoll, clotpole, clatpole
cloud
cloudy
clout
clouted
cloven
clown
cloy
cloyed
cloyless
cloyment
clubs
cluster
clustering
clutch
clyster-pipe
coacher
coach-fellow
co-act
coactive
coagulate
coal
coals, carry
coarse
coarsely
coast
coasting
coat
cobbled
cobbler
cobloaf
cock
cock-a-hoop, set
cockatrice
cockered
cockerel
cockle
cockle hat
cockled
cocklight
cockney
cockpit
cockshut
cock-sure
cod
codding
codling
codpiece
coffer
coffer-lid
coffin
cog
cogging
cognizance
cohere
coherence
coherent
cohort
coif, quoif
coign
coil
coin
coinage
coining
coistrel
cold
coldly
cold-moving
coldness
coleagued
collar
collars of esses
collateral
colleagued, coleagued
collect
collected
collection
collied
collier
collop
collusion
coloquintida
colossus-wise
colour
colourable
coloured
colours
colt
colt's tooth
co-mate
comb
combat
combinate
combination
combine
combustion
combustious
come
come a
comeddle
comedian
comely
comer
comfect
comfit-maker
comfort
comfortable
comic
coming-in
comingle
coming-on
comma
command
command a
commanded
commander
commandment
commeddle
commence
commend
commendable
commendation
comment
commenting
commerce
commission
commissioner
commit
commix
commixion, commixtion
commixture
commodious
commodity
common
common a
common house
commonalty
commoner
common-hackneyed
common-kissing
commonplace
commonty
commonweal, commonwealth
commotion
commune
communicate
communication
community
commutual
comonty
compact
companion
companionship
company
comparative
compare
comparison
compartner
compass
compassed
compassion
compassionate
compeer
compelled
competence
competency
competent, computent
competitor
compile
complain
complaining
complement
complete
complexion
complice
compliment
complimental
complot
comply
compose
composed
composition
composture
composure
compound
compounded
comprehend
comprimise
compromise
compt
compter
comptible
comptless
comptroller
compulsatory
compulsive
compunctious
computation
computent
comutual
con
concave
concavity
conceal
concealed
concealment
conceit
conceited
conceitless
conceive
conceiving
conception
conceptious
concern
concernancy
concerning
conclude
conclusion
conclusions, try
concord
concordant
concupiscible
concupy
condemn
condemned
condescend
condign
condition
conditionally
condole
condolement
condoling
conduce
conduct
conductor
conduit
confection
confectionary
confederacy
confederate
confer
conference
confess
confession
confessor
confidence
confident
confine
confined
confineless
confiner
confirm
confirmed
confirmity
confix
conflux
conformable
confound
confounded
confounding
confusion
confusions, try
confutation
confute
congeal
congealed
congealment
congee
conger
congest
congratulate
congree
congreet
congregation
congrue
congruent
conject
conjectural
conjecture
conjoin
conjointly
conjunct
conjunction
conjunctive
conjuration
conjure
conjured
conjurer
conjuring
conjuror, conjurer
connectural
connive at
consanguineous
consanguinity
conscience
conscionable
consecrate
consent
consequence
consequently
conserve
consider
considerance
considerate
consideration
considered
considering
consign
consigned
consist
consistory
consolate
consolation
consonancy
consonant
consort
consorted
conspectuity
conspirant
conspire
constable
constancy
constant
constantly
constellation
conster
constitution
constrain
constraint
constringe
construction
construe
consume away
consumed
consummate
consummation
consumption
contagion
contagious
contain
containing
contemn
contemned
contemplate
contemplative
contempt
contemptible
contempts
contemptuous
contend
contending
content
contented
contention
contentious
contentless
contestation
continence
continency
continent
continuance
continuantly
continuate
continue
continuer
contract
contracting
contraction
contradict
contradiction
contrariety
contrarious
contrariously
contrary
contribution
contrive
contriver
contriving
control
controller
controlment
controversy
contumelious
contumeliously
contumely
contusion
convenience
conveniency
convenient
conveniently
convent
conventicle
conversant
conversation
converse
conversion
convert
convertite
convey
conveyance
conveyor
convict
convicted
convince
convive
convocation
convoy
convulsion
cony
cony-catch
cony-catching
cool
cooling card
coop
copatain hat
cope
copesmate
copped
copper
copulative
copy
coragio
Coram
coranto
cord
corded
cordial
core
Corinthian
co-rival
corky
cormorant
corner
corner-cap
cornet
cornuto
corollary
coronal
coronet
corporal
corporate
corpse
corpulent
correct
corrected
correction
correctioner
correspondent
corresponsive
corrigible
corrival
corroborate
corrosive
corrupt
corrupted
corruptibly
corruption
corse
corslet
cost
costard
costermonger
costliness
costly
co-supreme
cote
cot-quean
couch
couch down
couched
couching
coulter
council
counsel
counsel-bearer
counsel-giver
counsel-keeper
counsel-keeping
count
counted
countenance
counter
counter-caster
counterchange
countercheck
counterfeit
counterfeited
counterfeiting
counterfeitly
countermand
countermine
counterpart
counterpoint
counterpoise
counter-reflect
counter-seal
countervail
country
country base
country matters
countryman
county
couple
couplement
couplet
courage
courb
course
courser
coursing
court
court holy-water
court of guard
court-cupboard
courtesan, courtezan
courtesy, cur'sy, curtsy
court-hand
courtier
courtlike
courtly
courtship
cousin
cousin-german
covenant
covent
cover
covered
covert
covertly
coverture
coward
cowardship
cower
cowish
cowl-staff
cox
coxcomb
coy
coying
coystrill
coz
cozen
cozenage
cozened
cozener
cozen-german
cozening
cozier
crab
crabbed
crab-tree
crack
cracked
cracker
crack-hemp
cradle
craft
crafty
crafty-sick
crafty-swearing
cram up
crammed
cramp
crank
crannied
crants
crare
crasing, crazing
crave
craven
craver
craze
crazed
crazy
creak
cream
creature
credence
credent
credit
creditor
credulous
creek
creep
crescent
crescive
cresset
crest
crest-fallen
crestless
crest-wounding
crew
crewel
crib
crier
crime
crimeful
cringe
cripple
crisp
crisped
critic
critical
croak
crone
crook
crook-back
crooked
crooked-pated
crop
cross
cross-gartered
cross-gartering
crossing
crossly
cross-row
crossway
crotchet
crouch
crouching
crow
crowflower
crowkeeper, crow-keeper
crown
crowner
crownet
crudy
cruel
crupper
crusado
crush
crushed
crust over
cruzado
cry
cry a
crystal
crystalline
cub-drawn
cubiculo
cubit
cuckold
cuckoldly
cuckold-mad
cuckold-maker
cuckoldy
cuckoo-bud
cuckoo-flower
cucullus
cuffs, go to
cuish, cuisse
cull
culled
cullion
cullionly
cullison
culverin
cum multis
cum privilegio
cum privilegio ad
cumber
cunger
cunning
cunningly
cup
cupboard
cuplet
cur
curate
curb
curbed
curd
curds and whey
curdy
cure
cureless
curfew
curiosity
curious
curious-good
curious-knotted
curiously
curled
curled-pate
currance
current
currier
currish
curry
cursitory
curst
curstness
cur'sy
curtail
curtain
curtal
curtle-axe
curtsy, curtsey
curvet
cush, cuish, cuisse
cushing
cushion
custard-coffin
custom
customed
customer
custom-shrunk
custrel
cut
cutpurse
cutter
cuttle
cyme
cynic
cypress
crave (v.) 1beg, entreat, request
crave (v.) 2need, demand, require
crave (v.) 3wish to know, solicit
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AC II.v.98 [Messenger to Cleopatra] I crave your highness' pardon
AC II.vi.58 [Pompey to all] I crave our composition may be written, / And sealed between us
AC III.xii.17 [Ambassador to Caesar] Cleopatra ... of thee craves / The circle of the Ptolemies for her heirs
CE I.ii.26 [First Merchant to Antipholus of Syracuse] I crave your pardon
Cor II.iii.113 [Coriolanus alone] Better it is to die, better to starve, / Than crave the hire which first we do deserve
Cor III.i.65 [Coriolanus to all] My nobler friends, I crave their pardons
Cor III.i.281 [Menenius to all] I would crave a word or two
Cor III.ii.33 [Menenius to Volumnia] The violent fit o'th'time craves it as physic / For the whole state
Cor IV.i.8 [Coriolanus to all] fortune's blows / When most struck home, being gentle wounded craves / A noble cunning
E3 I.ii.42 [Douglas to King David, of the Countess] I crave the lady, and no more
E3.II.ii.205 [King Edward to all] Myself, Artois, and Derby will through Flanders / To greet our friends there and to crave their aid
Ham IV.iv.3 [Fortinbras to Captain, of Claudius] Fortinbras / Craves the conveyance of a promised march / Over his kingdom
H5 I.i.92 [Canterbury to Ely] The French ambassador ... / Craved audience
H5 II.iv.66 [Messenger to French King] Ambassadors from Harry King of England / Do crave admittance to your majesty
1H6 I.i.159 [Third Messenger to all] The Earl of Salisbury craveth supply
1H6 II.ii.46 [Burgundy to Talbot] our wars / Will turn unto a peaceful comic sport, / When ladies crave to be encountered with
1H6 II.iii.12 [Messenger to Countess] according as your ladyship desired, / By message craved, so is Lord Talbot come
1H6 II.iii.76 [Talbot to Countess] Nor other satisfaction do I crave
1H6 III.iv.41 [Basset to Vernon] I'll unto his majesty and crave / I may have liberty to venge this wrong
1H6 IV.i.100 [Basset to King] I crave the benefit of law of arms
1H6 V.iii.105 [Margaret to herself, of Suffolk] Perhaps I shall be rescued by the French, / And then I need not crave his courtesy
2H6 II.ii.4 [York to Salisbury and Warwick] give me leave ... to satisfy myself / In craving your opinion of my title
2H6 IV.v.5 [First Citizen to Scales] The Lord Mayor craves aid of your honour from the Tower to defend the city from the rebels
3H6 II.i.207 [Messenger to Warwick] The Duke of Norfolk ... craves your company for speedy counsel
3H6 III.i.30 [King to himself] Warwick / Is ... gone to crave the French King's sister / To wife for Edward
3H6 III.i.43 [Henry to himself, of Margaret and Lewis] She, on his left side, craving aid for Henry
3H6 III.iii.32 [Margaret to Lewis] [I] Am come to crave thy just and lawful aid
3H6 III.iii.53 [Warwick to Lewis] I come ... to crave a league of amity
3H6 IV.vi.8 [Lieutenant to King] if an humble prayer may prevail, / I then crave pardon of your majesty
H8 I.iv.71 [Lord Chamberlain to Wolsey, of the visitors] [they] Crave leave to view these ladies
KJ II.i.234 [King John to men of Angiers] your King, whose laboured spirits ... / Crave harbourage within your city walls
KL I.i.194 [Burgundy to Lear] I crave no more than hath your highness offered
LLL V.i.110 [Armado to Nathaniel, of the pageant] I have acquainted you withal, to the end to crave your assistance
Luc 985 [Lucrece as if to time, of Tarquin] Let him have time a beggar's orts to crave
Mac I.ii.62 [Ross to Duncan] Sweno, the Norways' King, / Craves composition
Mac III.i.34 [Macbeth to all, of the next day's proceedings] we shall have cause of state / Craving us jointly
Mac IV.iii.20 [Malcolm to Macduff] I shall crave your pardon
MM II.ii.14 [Provost to Angelo] I crave your honour's pardon
MM IV.i.22 [disguised Duke to Mariana] I shall crave your forbearance a little
MM IV.ii.157 [disguised Duke to Provost] I crave but four days' respite
MM V.i.423 [Mariana to Duke, of Angelo] I crave no other, nor no better man
MM V.i.473 [Angelo to Duke] I crave death more willingly than mercy
MW IV.iv.88 [Mistress Page, of the doctor marrying Anne] He, none but he, shall have her, / Though twenty thousand worthier come to crave her
Oth I.iii.234 [Othello to Duke] I crave fit disposition for my wife
PassP X.10 [] thou leftst me more than I did crave, / For why I craved nothing of thee still
Per II.i.11 [Pericles alone, as if to heavenly powers] Here to have death in peace is all he'll crave
Per II.i.87 [Pericles to Second Fisherman] I did but crave
Per II.iii.47 [Pericles to himself, of the way Time treats men] He's both their parent and he is their grave, / And gives them what he will, not what they crave
Per V.i.5 [Sailor of Tyre to Helicanus] it is Lysimachus, the governor, / Who craves to come aboard
R2 I.iii.53 [Lord Marshal to King Richard] The appellant in all duty greets your highness / And craves to kiss your hand
R3 II.ii.106 [Richard to Duchess of York] Humbly on my knee / I crave your blessing
RJ I.v.111 [Nurse to Juliet] your mother craves a word with you
RJ II.ii.192 [Romeo alone] Hence will I to my ghostly Friar's close cell, / His help to crave and my dear hap to tell
Sonn 58.4 [] at your hand th'account of hours to crave, / Being your vassal, bound to stay your leisure
Tim I.ii.61 [Apemantus, saying grace] Immortal gods, I crave no pelf
Tim II.ii.233 [Timon to Flavius, of his necessity requiring money] which craves to be remembered
Tit V.i.159 [Aemilius to Lucius, of Saturninus] He craves a parley at your father's house
TN II.i.6 [Sebastian to Antonio] I shall crave of you your leave
TS II.i.179 [Petruchio alone, of Katherina] If she deny to wed, I'll crave the day / When I shall ask the banns
TS V.ii.151 [Katherina to Bianca and Widow, of a husband] And craves no other tribute at thy hands / But love, fair looks, and true obedience
Ven 88 [of Adonis and Venus] So offers he to give what she did crave