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fable
fabric
fabulous
face
face-royal
facile
facinerious
facing
fact
faction
factionary
factious
factor
faculty
fade
fadge
fading
fail
fain
faint
faintly
faintness
fair
fairest-boding
fair-faced
fairing
fairly
fairness
fair-play
fairy
faith
faith-breach
faitour
falchion
fall
fallacy
fallen-off
falliable
falling in
falling-from
fallow
false
false a
false-boding
false-faced
false-heart
falsehood
falsely
false-play
falsing
fame
famed
familiar
familiarity
familiarly
famous
famously
fan
fanatical
fancy
fancy-monger
fancy-sick
fane
fang
fangled
fanned
fantasied
fantastic
fantastical
fantastically
fantastico
fantasy
fap
far
farborough
farce
farced
fardel
fare
farewell
far-fet
farm
farrer
farrow
farthingale
fartuous
fashion
fashion a
fashion-monging
fast
fasten
fastened
fasting
fastly
fat
fatal
fatal-plotted
fate
fated
father
fatherly
fathom
fatigate
fatness
fat-witted
faucet-seller
fault
faultful
faulty
Fauste
favour
favoured
favourite
fawn
fazed
fealty
fear
feared
fearful
fearfully
fear-surprised
feast-finding
feasting
feat
feather
feathered
featly
feature
fecks
fedary
fee
fee a
feeble
feed
feeder
feeding
fee-farm
fee-grief
feel
feeling
feelingly
fee-simple
feeze
feign
feigned
feigning
felicitate
felicity
fell
fell-lurking
fellow
fellowly
fellowship
felly
felonious
female
femitar
fen
fence
fenced
fennel
fenny
fen-sucked
feodory
fere
fern-seed
ferret
fertile
ferula
fervency
fescue
fester
festinate
festinately
festival
fet
fetch
fetter
fettle
fever
feverous
few
fewness and truth
fia
fichew
fico
fidelity
fidiuse
fie
field
field-bed
fielded
fiend
fierce
fiery
fife
fift
fifteen
fig
fight
figo
figure
figured
filbert
file
filed
fill
fillet
fill-horse
fillip
filly
film
filth
filthy
find
finder
fine
fine a
fine-baited
fineless
finely
finger
finical
finish
finny
firago
fire
firebrand
fire-drake
fire-ill
fire-new
firing
firk
firm
first
first-conceived
firstling
fisher
fisnomy
fist
fisting
fistula
fit
fitchew
fitful
fitly
fitment
fitness
fives
fix
fixed
fixture
fixure
flag
flagging
flake
flaky
flame
flamen
flaming
flanker
flap-dragon
flap-dragons
flap-eared
flap-mouthed
flare
flash
flask
flat
flat-long
flatly
flatness
flatter
flattering
flattering-sweet
flattery
flaunt
flaw
flawed
flax-wench
flayed
fleckled
fledge
fleece
fleer
fleering
fleet
fleeting
fleet-winged
flesh
fleshed
flesh-fly
fleshly
fleshment
fleshmonger
fleur-de-lis
flewed
flexible
flexure
flidge
flight
flighty
flinch
fling
flint
flint-heart
flinty
flirt
flirt-gill
flock
flood
flote
flour
flourish
flout
flouting
flouting-stock
flow
flower-de-luce
floweret
flowering
flowing
flush
flushing
flux
fluxive
fly
fly-blowing
flying-off
fob off
foh
foil
foin
foining
foison
fold
folded
follow
follower
folly
folly-fallen
fond
fond a
fondling
fondly
fondness
fool
fool and feather
fool-begged
foolish
foolish-compounded
foot
foot a
foot b
foot c
footboy
footcloth
footing
foot-landraker
footman
footsteps
fop
fopped
foppery
foppish
for
forage
foragement
forbear
forbearance
forbod
force
forced
forceless
fordo
fore
fore-advise
fore-bemoaned
forecast
foredone
fore-end
forego
foregoer
foregone
forehand
forehead
forehorse
foreknow
foreknowing
forenoon
forepast
fore-rank
fore-recited
forerun
foresaid
foresay
foresee
foreshow
foreskirt
forespent
fore-spurrer
forestall
forestalled
foretell
forethink
fore-vouched
foreward
forfeit
forfeiter
forfeiture
forfend
forfended
forge
forged
forgery
forget
forgetfulness
forgetive
forging
forgive
forgo
fork
forked
forlorn
form
formal
former
fornicatress
forsake
forseal
forslow
forsooth
forspeak
forspent
forswear
forswearing
forsworn
forted
forth
forthcoming
forthright
forthy
fortitude
fortunate
fortune
forward
forwardness
forwearied
foster up
foster-nurse
foul
fouled
foulness
foundation
founded
founder
fount
fountain
foutre
fowl
fox
foxship
fracted
fraction
fragment
frailty
frame
framed
frampold
franchise
franchised
Francisco
francoyes
frank
franklin
frankly
frantic
fraud
fraudful
fraught
fraughtage
fraughting
fray
free
freedom
freely
freeness
freestone
French crown
French-crown-colour
frenzy
frequent
fresh
fret
fretful
fretted
fretting
friend
friending
friendly
friendship
frieze
fright
frighted
frightful
frippery
frisk
friskin
frivolous
frock
frolic
from
front
front a
frontier
fronting
frontlet
frosty
froth
froward
frown
fructify
fruit
fruitful
fruitfully
fruitfulness
fruitless
frush
frustrate
frutify
fry
fub
fugitive
fulfil
fulfilling
full
full a
full b
full-acorned
fullam
full-charged
fuller
full-fortuned
full-fraught
full-gorged
full-hearted
fulness
fulsome
fume
fumiter
fumitory
function
furbished
furious
furnace
furnish
furnished
furnishing
furniture
furred
furrow-weed
further
furtherance
fury
fury-innocent
furze
fust
fustian
fustilarian
fusty
fut
futurely
field (n.) 1field of battle, battleground, field of combat
field (n.) 2duelling place
field (n.) 3field officer, general
field (n.) 4wasteland, wilderness
field, in the  engaged in military operations, in military array
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AC I.ii.89 [Messenger to Antony] Fulvia thy wife first came into the field
AC I.iv.74 [Caesar to Lepidus] 'Tis time we twain / Did show ourselves i'th' field
AC III.i.34.1 [Ventidius to Silius] The ne'er-yet-beaten horse of Parthia / We have jaded out o'th' field
AC III.xiii.173 [Antony to Cleopatra] If from the field I shall return once more
AC IV.vi.8 [Messenger to Caesar] Antony / Is come into the field
AW II.iii.288 [Bertram to Parolles, of the King] His present gift / Shall furnish me to those Italian fields / Where noble fellows strike
AW III.i.23 [Duke to all] Tomorrow to the field
Cor I.vi.47 [Martius to Cominius] Where is the enemy? Are you lords o'th'field?
Cor I.vii.4 [Lartius to soldiers] If we lose the field, / We cannot keep the town
Cor I.ix.33 [Cominius to Martius] of all The treasure in this field achieved and city, / We render you the tenth
Cor I.ix.43 [Martius to Cominius] When drums and trumpets shall / I'th'field prove flatterers
Cor II.ii.95 [Cominius to all, of Coriolanus] He proved best man i'th' field
Cor II.ii.119 [Cominius to all, of Coriolanus] till we called / Both field and city ours he never stood / To ease his breast with panting
Cym IV.ii.42 [Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus] To th'field, to th'field!
Cym V.iii.51 [Posthumus to Lord] The mortal bugs o'th' field
Cym V.iii.65 [Posthumus alone] O noble misery, / To be i'th' field, and ask 'what news?' of me!
E3 II.i.295 [King Edward to himself, of Warwick] I will work with him / To bear my colours in this field of love
E3 III.iii.116 [King John to Prince Edward] ere I basely will resign my crown / This champion field shall be a pool of blood
E3 III.iii.173 [King Edward to Prince Edward] this battle is the first / That ever yet thou fought'st in pitched field,
E3 III.iii.205 [King Edward to Prince Edward] Now wants there nought but knighthood, which deferred / We leave till thou hast won it in the field
E3 IV.ii.48 [King Edward to Percy, of King David] What was he took him prisoner in the field?
E3 IV.iii.66 [Charles to King John, of a prophecy] It was delivered me at Cr?šcy's field
E3 IV.iv.4 [Prince Edward to Audley] At Cr?šcy field our clouds of warlike smoke / Choked up those French mouths and dissevered them
E3 V.i.224 [Prince Edward to King Edward] weary nights that I have watched in field
Ham V.ii.396 [Fortinbras to all] Such a sight as this / Becomes the field
1H4 I.iii.296 [Hotspur to Northumberland and Worcester] O, let the hours be short, / Till fields, and blows, and groans applaud our sport!
1H4 II.iii.52 [Lady Percy to Hotspur] Cry ‘Courage! To the field!’
1H4 IV.ii.73 [Prince Hal to Falstaff] Percy is already in the field
1H4 V.iv.11 [Prince Hal to King Henry] God forbid a shallow scratch should drive / The Prince of Wales from such a field as this
1H4 V.iv.31 [King Henry to Douglas] I have two boys / Seek Percy and thyself about the field
1H4 V.iv.160 [Prince Hal to Lancaster] let us to the highest of the field, / To see what friends are living
1H4 V.v.16 [King Henry to Prince Hal] How goes the field?
2H4.induction.24 [Rumour] King Harry's victory ... in a bloody field by Shrewsbury
2H4 I.i.18 [Lord Bardolph to Northumberland] young Prince John / And Westmorland and Stafford fled the field
2H4 I.i.24 [Northumberland to Lord Bardolph] Saw you the field?
2H4 I.i.125 [Morton to Northumberland] our soldiers, aiming at their safety, [did] / Fly from the field
2H4 II.iii.36 [Lady Percy to Northumberland] to abide a field / Where nothing but the sound of Hotspur's name / Did seem defensible
2H4 IV.i.24 [Mowbray to all, of the enemy] Let us sway on and face them in the field
2H4 IV.iv.3 [King Henry IV to all] We will our youth lead on to higher fields
H5 III.ii.9 [Pistol to all] sword and shield, / In bloody field, / Doth win immortal fame
H5 III.v.39 [French King to all] hie to the field!
H5 IV.ii.27 [Constable to all] our peasants ... were enow / To purge this field of such a hilding foe
H5 IV.ii.34 [Constable to all] our approach shall so much dare the field / That England shall couch down in fear and yield
H5 IV.ii.38 [Grandpr?š to all, of the English] Yon island carrions, desperate of their bones, / Ill-favouredly become the morning field
H5 IV.ii.58 [Constable to all] I stay but for my guidon. To the field!
H5 IV.iii.111 [King Henry to Montjoy] Our gayness and our gilt are all besmirched / With rainy marching in the painful field
H5 IV.v.19 [Orleans to all] We are enow yet living in the field / To smother up the English in our throngs
H5 IV.vi.2 [King Henry to all] But all's not done--yet keep the French the field
H5 IV.vi.18 [Exeter to all, reporting York's words to Suffolk] in this glorious and well-foughten field
H5 IV.vii.57 [King Henry to Herald] If they will fight with us, bid them come down, / Or void the field
H5 IV.vii.70 [Montjoy to King Henry] I come to thee for charitable licence, / That we may wander o'er this bloody field / To book our dead
H5 IV.vii.88 [King Henry to all] Then call we this the field of Agincourt
H5 IV.viii.80 [King Henry to all] This note doth tell me of ten thousand French / That in the field lie slain
1H6 I.i.73 [First Messenger to all] whilst a field should be dispatched and fought, / You are disputing of your generals
1H6 III.i.103 [First Servingman to Gloucester] the very parings of our nails shall pitch a field when we are dead
1H6 I.iv.81 [Talbot to and of Salisbury] His sword did ne'er leave striking in the field
1H6 III.ii.61 [Talbot to the French] Dare ye come forth and meet us in the field?
1H6 III.ii.96 [Bedford to Burgundy] once I read / That stout Pendragon in his litter sick / Came to the field and vanquished his foes
1H6 IV.vii.60 [Lucy to all, of Talbot] But where's the great Alcides of the field
1H6 V.iii.12 [Pucelle alone, as if to spirits] Help me this once, that France may get the field
2H6 I.iii.108 [Warwick to Cardinal] The Cardinal's not my better in the field
2H6 IV.vii.74 [Cade to Say] when struckest thou one blow in the field?
H6 V.i.197 [Warwick to Clifford] You were best to go to bed and dream again, / To keep thee from the tempest of the field
3H6 I.i.90 [Warwick to Westmorland] we are those which chased you from the field
3H6 I.i.103 [York to King, of York's title] our swords shall plead it in the field
3H6 I.i.261 [Prince to King] When I return with victory from the field, / I'll see your grace
3H6 I.ii.65 [Sir John to York, of the Queen] we'll meet her in the field
3H6 I.iv.1 [York alone] The army of the Queen hath got the field
3H6 II.i.34 [Edward to Richard, of a vision of suns] I think it cites us, brother, to the field
3H6 II.ii.73 [Clifford to King] I would your highness would depart the field
3H6 II.ii.83 [Edward to Henry] wilt thou ... bide the mortal fortune of the field?
3H6 III.ii.1 [Edward to Richard, of Lady Grey] at Saint Albans field / This lady's husband, Sir Richard Grey, was slain
3H6 IV.viii.35 [King to Exeter] Methinks the power that Edward hath in field / Should not be able to encounter mine
3H6 V.i.113 [Edward to all] Lords, to the field; Saint George and victory!
3H6 V.iii.20 [Edward to all] We, having now the best at Barnet field
JC V.i.17 [Antony to Octavius] lead your battle softly on / Upon the left hand of the even field
JC V.i.65 [Octavius to Brutus and his associates] If you dare fight today, come to the field
JC V.iii.22 [Cassius to Pindarus] tell me what thou not'st about the field
JC V.iii.107 [Brutus to Cato] let us to the field
JC V.iv.3 [Cato to all] I will proclaim my name about the field
JC V.v.80 [Octavius to all] So call the field to rest, and let's away
KJ I.i.54 [Bastard to King John, of Faulconbridge] Of Coeur-de-lion knighted in the field
KJ II.i.297 [Bastard to King John] Speed then, to take advantage of the field
KJ II.i.357 [Bastard to King John and King Philip] Cry havoc, Kings! Back to the stained field
KJ II.i.420 [Hubert to King John and King Philip] here come sacrifices for the field
KJ II.i.565 [Bastard alone, of France] Whom zeal and charity brought to the field / As God's own soldier
KJ V.i.55 [Bastard to King John] Away, and glister like the god of war / When he intendeth to become the field
KJ V.i.70 [Bastard to King John, of Lewis the Dauphin] Shall a beardless boy ... brave our fields
KJ V.iii.6 [Messenger to King John] your valiant kinsman, Faulconbridge, / Desires your majesty to leave the field
KJ V.iv.45 [Melun to Salisbury] I pray you bear me hence / From forth the noise and rumour of the field
KJ V.v.8 [Lewis the Dauphin to his train, of their army] Last in the field, and almost lords of it
LLL III.i.184 [Berowne alone, of love] And I to be a corporal of his field
LLL IV.iii.342 [King to all] Saint Cupid, then! And, soldiers, to the field!
LLL V.ii.549 [Costard as Pompey to all, of himself] That oft in field, with targe and shield, did make my foe to sweat
Luc 58 [of a war between lilies and roses] beauty, in that white entituled / From Venus' doves, doth challenge that fair field [also: surface on a coat of arms]
Luc 72 [of Lucrece] Their silent war of lilies and of roses / Which Tarquin viewed in her fair face's field
Luc 107 [of Lucrece] He stories to her ears her husband's fame, / Won in the fields of fruitful Italy
Luc 1430 [of the Trojans] When their brave hope, bold Hector, marched to field
Mac V.i.4 [Gentlewoman to Doctor] Since his majesty went into the field
Mac V.vi.83 [Ross to Seyward, of Young Seyward's body] brought off the field
MV II.i.26 [Morocco to Portia, of himself] That won three fields of Sultan Solyman
Oth I.i.22 [Iago to Roderigo, of Cassio] A fellow almost damned in a fair wife - / That never set a squadron in the field
Oth I.iii.85 [Othello to all, of his arms] they have used / Their dearest action in the tented field
Oth I.iii.134 [Othello to all] I spake ... / Of moving accidents by flood and field
R2 IV.i.93 [Bishop of Carlisle to Bolingbroke] Many a time hath banished Norfolk fought / For Jesu Christ in glorious Christian field
R3 I.iv.56 [Clarence to Keeper, of what a voice said in his dream] That stabbed me in the field by Tewkesbury
R3 II.i.113 [King Edward to all] in the field at Tewkesbury
R3 IV.iii.48 [Ratcliffe to King Richard] Buckingham ... / Is in the field
R3 IV.iii.57 [King Richard to all] We must be brief when traitors brave the field
R3 V.iii.1 [King Richard to all] Here pitch our tent, even here in Bosworth field
R3 V.iii.64 [King Richard to Ratcliffe] Saddle white Surrey for the field tomorrow
R3 V.iii.289 [Norfolk to King Richard] Arm, arm, my lord; the foe vaunts in the field
R3 V.iv.11 [King Richard alone] I think there be six Richmonds in the field
TC I.i.5 [Troilus to Pandarus] Each Trojan that is master of his heart, / Let him to field
TC I.i.110 [Troilus to Aeneas] What news, Aeneas, from the field today?
TC I.ii.9 [Alexander to Cressida, of Hector] Before the sun rose he was harnessed light, / And to the field goes he
TC I.ii.178 [Pandarus to Cressida] Hark, they are coming from the field
TC I.iii.182 [Ulysses to all] Excitements to the field, or speech for truce
TC II.iii.160 [Ulysses to all] Achilles will not to the field tomorrow
TC III.i.145 [Paris to all, of the soldiers] They're come from field
TC III.iii.188 [Ulysses to and of Achilles] Whose glorious deeds but in these fields of late
TC IV.i.11 [Paris to Aeneas] You told how Diomed a whole week by days / Did haunt you in the field
TC IV.iv.141 [Aeneas to Paris, of Hector] The prince must think me tardy and remiss, / That swore to ride before him to the field
TC IV.v.70 [Aeneas to all] any voice or order of the field
TC IV.v.266 [Hector to Achilles] let us see you in the field
TC IV.v.278 [Troilus to Ulysses] In what place of the field doth Calchas keep?
TC V.v.19 [Nestor to all] There is a thousand Hectors in the field
TC V.viii.22 [Achilles to all] Along the field I will the Trojan trail
TC V.x.1 [Aeneas to all] Stand, ho! Yet are we masters of the field
TC V.x.5 [Troilus to all, of Hector] In beastly sort, dragged through the shameful field
Tim I.ii.72 [Timon to Alcibiades] your heart's in the field now
Tim I.ii.227 [Timon to Alcibiades] all the lands thou hast / Lie in a pitched field
Tit I.i.35 [Marcus to all, of Titus] bearing his valiant sons / In coffins from the field
Tit I.i.199 [Titus to all, of his sons] Knighted in field
TNK I.i.99 [Second Queen to Hippolyta, of Theseus] if he i'th' blood-sized field lay swollen
TNK II.i.308 [Palamon to Gaoler, of Arcite and Emilia] in the field to strike a battle for her
TNK III.i.21 [Arcite alone, of two steeds] by a pair of kings backed, in a field / That their crowns' titles tried
TNK V.i.52 [Arcite to and of Mars] whose havoc in vast field / Unearthed skulls proclaim
TS I.ii.201 [Petruchio to all] Have I not heard great ordnance in the field
TS IV.v.23 [Hortensio to himself] Petruchio, go thy ways, the field is won
Ven 894 [of soldiers] when their captain once doth yield, / They basely fly and dare not stay the field
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