Glossary

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pace
pacify
pack
packed
packhorse
packing
packthread, pack-thread
paction
paddle
paddock
pagan
page
pageant
pain
pained
painful
painfully
paint
painted
painting
pair of stairs
pair of, a
pair-taunt-like
pajock
palate
pale
paled
pale-visaged
palfrey
palisado
pall
palled
pallet
palliament
palm
palmer
palmy
palpable
palpable-gross
palsy
palter
paltering
paly
pamphlet
pander
panderly
pang
pantaloon
pantler
panyn
pap
paper
parable
paradox
paragon
paramour
paraquito
parcel
parcel-bawd
parcel-gilt
parcelled
parcelling
parch
parchment-bottom
pard
pardon
parfect
parish top
paritor
park
park-ward
parle
parling
parlous
parlously
parmacity
parricide
parrot
parrot-teacher
part
partake
partaker
part-created
parted
partial
partialize
partially
participate
participation
parti-coated
parti-coloured
particular
particularity
particularize
particularly
parti-eyed
parting
partisan
partition
partly
partner
party
party-verdict
pash
pashed
pass
passable
passado
passage
passant
passed
passenger
passing
passion
passionate
passport
passy-measures
past
paste
pastern
pastime
pastor
pastoral
past-proportion
pastry
past-saving
pasture
pasty
pat
patch
patched
patchery
pate
paten
patent
path
pathetical
patience
patient
patiently
patrician
patrimony
patron
patronage
pattern
pauca
paunch
pause
pauser
pausingly
paved
pavement
pavilion
pavilioned
pavin
pawn
pax
pay
pay a
peace
peaceful
peace-parted
peach
peak
peaking
peal
pearl
peasant
peascod
pease
peat
peck
peculiar
pedant
pedantical
pedascule
peeled
peep
peer
peevish
peevish-fond
peg
Peg-a-Ramsey
peise
peize
pelf
pelican
pelicocks
pellet
pelleted
pell-mell
pelt
pelting
pen
penalty
pencil
pencilled
pendant
pendent
pendulous
pene
penetrable
penetrate
penetrative
penitent
penned
penner
penning
pennon
penn'orth
penny
pennyworth
pensioner
pensive
pensived
pent
penthouse
penthouse-like
penurious
people
peppercorn
pepper-gingerbread
per se
per Stygia
peradventure
perceive
perch
perchance
perdition
perdu
perdurable
perdurably
perdy
peregrinate
peremptorily
peremptory
perfect
perfectness
perfidious
perforce
performance
perfume
perfumer
periapt
peril, at
period
perish
perishing
periwig
periwig-pated
perjure
perk up
pernicious
perniciously
peroration
perpend
perplexed
perplexity
persever
persisted
persistive
person
personage
personal
personate
personating
perspective
perspectively
persuade
persuasion
pert
pertain
pertly
perusal
peruse
perverse
pervert
pester
pestered
pestiferous
pestilence
petar
petitionary
petticoat
pettish
pettitoes
petty
pew-fellow
pewterer
phang
phantasime
phantasma
pheazar
pheeze
philosopher
philosopher's two stones
philosophy
phlegmatic
phoenix
phrase
phraseless
physic
physical
pia mater
pibble-pabble
pick
picked
picked-hatch
pickers and stealers
picking
picklock
pickpurse
pickthank
picture
pie
piece
pied
piedness
pierce
piercing
pight
pignut
pike
pilcher
pilgrimage
pill
pillage
pilled
pillicock
pin
pinch
pinched
pinching
pinch-spotted
pine
pined
pinfold
pining
pinion
pinioned
pink
pinked
pinnace
pioned
pioneer
pious
pip
pipe
pipe-wine
piping
pirate
pish
pismire
piss o'th' nettle
pissing while, a
pistol
pit
pitch
pitch-ball
pitched
pitchy
piteous
piteously
pitfall
pith
pithless
pitiful
pitifully
pittance
pittie-ward
pittikins
pity
pizzle
place
place a
placed
placket
plague
plaguy
plain
plaining
plainly
plainness
plainsong
plaint
plaintful
planched
planet
planetary
plank
plant
plantage
plantain
plantation
planting
plash
plate
plated
platform
plausibly
plausive
play
playfere
playing day
plea
pleached
plead
pleasance
pleasant
pleasantly
please
please-man
pleasure
pleat
pleated
plebeian
plebs
pledge
plenteous
pleurisy
pliant
plight
plighted
plot
pluck
pluck a
plucking
plum porridge
plum-broth
plume
plume-plucked
plummet
plumpy
plurisy
ply
pocket up
pocky
poesy
poinst
point
point-blank
point-device
pointed
pointing-stock
poise
poison, sweet
poke
poking-stick
Polack
Poland
pole
poleaxe
poleaxe, sledded
polecat
pole-clipt
policy
politic
politician
politicly
poll
pollax
polled
Polonian
poltroon
pomander
pomewater
pommel
pomp
Pompion
pompous
ponderous
poniard
pontifical
poop
poor-John
poorly
pop
poperin
popinjay
poppering
poppy
popular
popularity
populous
poring
porpentine
porridge
porringer
port
portable
portage
portal
portance
portcullis
portend
portentous
portion
portly
pose
posied
position
positive
possess
possessed
possession
posset
possibility
possitable
post
poster
posterior
posterity
postern
posthaste
post-horse
posting
post-post-haste
posture
posy
pot
potation
potato
potch
potency
potent
potential
potently
pothecary
pother
potion
potting
pottle
pottle-deep
pouch
poulter
pouncet-box
pound
pow waw
powder
powdered
powdering-tub
power
powers
powther
pox
prabbles
practic
practice
practisant
practise
practised
practiser
praeclarissimus
praemunire
praetor
praise
prank
prate
prater
prating
pray
pray in aid
preachment
preambulate
precedence
precedent
precept
preceptial
precinct
precious
precious-dear
preciously
precious-princely
precipitance
precipitate
precipitation
precise
preciseness
precisian
pre-contract
precurrer
precurse
predestinate
predicament
predict
predominance
predominant
predominate
prefer
preferment
prefixed
pre-formed
pregnancy
pregnant
prejudicate
prejudice
prejudicial
premeditation
premise
premised
prenominate
prentice
preordained
pre-ordinance
preparation
prepare
prepared
preposterous
preposterously
prerogative
prerogatived
presage
presager
presaging
prescience
prescribe
prescript
prescription
presence
present
presentation
presented
presently
presentment
preserve
preserved
press
press-money
pressure
prest
presume on
presuppose
presurmise
pretence
pretend
pretended
pretender
prettily
prettiness
pretty
prevail
prevailing
prevailment
prevent
prevention
prewarn
prey
preyful
pribbles and prabbles
price
prick
pricked
pricket
pricksong
pride
priest
prig
primal
prime
primero
primest
primitive
primogenitive
primy
prince
princess
principal
principality
princox
print
printless
prison
prisonment
prithee
private
privately
prived
privilege
privileged
privily
privity
privy
privy chamber
privy-kitchen
prize
prizer
probable
probal
probation
proceed
proceeder
proceeding
process
process-server
proclaim
proclaimed
proclamation
proconsul
procrastinate
procreant
procurator
procure
prodigal
prodigious
prodigiously
prodigy
proditor
produce
proface
profane
profess
professed
profession
professor
proffer
profit
profited
profound
progenitor
progeny
prognostication
progress
progression
proh
project
projection
prolixious
prolixity
prologue
prolong
promise
promised
promotion
prompt
prompted
prompture
prone
pronounce
proof
propagate
propagation
propend
propension
proper
properly
propertied
property
prophane
prophet
propinquity
proportion
proportionable
proportioned
propose
proposition
propound
propriety
propugnation
prorogue
proscription
prosecute
prosecution
prospect
prosper
prosperity
prosperous
protect
protest
protestation
protester
protract
protractive
proud
proudest
proudly
provand
prove
provender
proverb
provide
provided
providence
Provincial
provision
provocation
provoke
provost
provulgate
prune
pry
psaltery
public
publican
publish
published
publisher
pucelle
pudder
pudding
puddle
puddled
pudency
puffed
puffing
pugging
puisny
puissance
puissant
puke-stocking
puling
pull
pullet-sperm
pulpit
pulsidge
pumpion
pun
punish
punk
punto
punto reverso
puny
pupil
pur
purblind
purchase
purchased
pure
purgation
purge
purged
purger
purl
purlieu
purple
purpled
purple-hued
purple-in-grain
purport
purpose
purposed
purse
pursent
pursue
pursuivant
pursuivant-at-arms
pursy
purveyor
push
push-pin
pusillanimity
pussel
put
put a
putter-on
putter-out
putting down
putting on
putting-by
puttock
puzzel
puzzle
pyramid
pyramides
pyramis
place (n.) 1position, post, office, rank
place (n.) 2precedence, proper place
place (n.) 3dignity, honour, privilege
place (n.) 4proper place, safe place
place (n.) 5room, lodging, quarters
place (n.) 6way, room
place (v.) 1establish in office, appoint to a post
place (v.) 2arrange, dispose, express
place (v.) 3arrange the seating, find places
place, in  present, attending, at hand
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AC I.ii.196 [Antony to Enobarbus] Say our pleasure, / To such whose place is under us, requires / Our quick remove from hence
AC III.i.12 [Ventidius to Silius] A lower place ... / May make too great an act [i.e. a subordinate can do too well for his own safety]
AC III.i.18 [Ventidius to Silius] Sossius, / One of my place in Syria
AW I.ii.42 [King to Bertram, of Bertram's father] Who were below him / He used as creatures of another place [i.e. as though they were not beneath him]
AW I.ii.69 [King to Second Lord] I fill a place, I know't
AW II.iii.124 [King to Bertram] From lowest place when virtuous things proceed, / The place is dignified by th'doer's deed
AW III.i.21 [Duke to all] You know your places well
AW IV.iii.329 [Parolles alone] There's place and means for every man alive
Cor I.i.264 [Brutus to Sicinius] Fame ... cannot / Better be held nor more attained than by / A place below the first
Cor II.i.143 [Volumnia to Menenius, of Martius] There will be large cicatrices to show the people, when he shall stand for his place [i.e. be a candidate for consul]
Cor II.iii.181 [Brutus to Citizens, of Coriolanus] arriving / A place of potency and sway o'th'state
Cor II.iii.246 [Sicinius to Brutus, of Coriolanus] One thus descended, / That hath beside well in his person wrought / To be set high in place
Cor IV.vii.28 [Aufidius to Lieutenant, of Coriolanus] All places yield to him ere he sits down
Cym III.iii.13 [Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus] That it is place which lessens and sets off
Cym IV.ii.249 [Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus] reverence ... doth make distinction / Of place 'tween high, and low
Cym V.v.39 [Cornelius to Cymbeline, of the Queen] she ... was wife to your place
1H4 II.iv.529 [Prince Hal to Falstaff] We must all to the wars, and thy place shall be honourable
1H4 III.ii.32 [King Henry to Prince Hal] Thy place in Council thou hast rudely lost
1H4 V.i.37 [Worcester to King Henry] When yet you were in place and in account / Nothing so strong and fortunate as I
2H4 II.i.64 [Lord Chief Justice to Falstaff] Doth this become your place, your time, and business?
2H4 II.ii.101 [Prince Henry to Poins, of Falstaff] he holds his place [i.e. stands on his rank]
2H4 II.ii.101 [Prince Henry to Poins, of Falstaff] I do allow this wen to be as familiar with me as my dog, and he holds his place, for look you how he writes
2H4 IV.ii.23 [Westmorland to Archbishop] you misuse the reverence of your place
2H4 IV.iii.2 [Falstaff to Colevile] Of what condition are you, and of what place?
2H4 IV.v.43 [Prince Henry to sleeping King Henry IV] this imperial crown, / Which, as immediate from thy place and blood / Derives itself to me
2H4 V.ii.17 [Warwick to all] How many nobles then should hold their places / That must strike sail to spirits of vile sort!
2H4 V.ii.77 [Lord Chief Justice to King Henry V] Whiles I was busy for the commonwealth, / Your highness pleased to forget my place
2H4 V.ii.100 [Lord Chief Justice to King Henry V] speak in your state / What I have done that misbecame my place
H5 IV.i.239 [King Henry alone, of ceremony] Art thou aught else but place, degree, and form
H5 V.ii.268 [King Henry to Katherine] the liberty that follows our places stops the mouth of all find-faults
2H6 I.i.171 [Somerset to Buckingham] Humphrey's pride / And greatness of his place be grief to us
2H6 I.iii.103 [Somerset to all] If Somerset be unworthy of the place, / Let York be Regent
2H6 I.iii.119 [Gloucester to Queen, of the King] I am Protector of the realm, / And at his pleasure will resign my place
2H6 I.iii.165 [York to Suffolk, of being regent] if I be appointed for the place, / My Lord of Somerset will keep me here
3H6 I.ii.25 [Richard to York, of Henry's authority] Henry had none, but did usurp the place
3H6 III.i.52 [King to himself] To strengthen and support King Edward's place
3H6 IV.vi.50 [Warwick to George] We'll yoke together, like a double shadow / To Henry's body, and supply his place; / I mean, in bearing weight of government
JC II.i.269 [Portia to Brutus] You have some sick offence within your mind, / Which, by the right and virtue of my place, / I ought to know of
JC III.ii.43 [Brutus to all, of Antony and Caesar's death] who ... shall receive the benefit of his dying, a place in the commonwealth
KL I.i.171 [Lear to Kent, of Kent's opposition] Which nor our nature nor our place can bear
KL II.iv.11 [Lear to disguised Kent] What's he that hath so much thy place mistook
KL V.iii.65 [Regan to Albany, of Edmund] Bore the commission of my place and person
KL V.iii.129 [disguised Edgar to Edmund] Maugre thy strength, place, youth, and eminence
MA IV.ii.72 [Dogberry to Borachio and Conrade] Dost thou not suspect my place?
Mac I.iv.37 [Duncan to all] Sons, kinsmen, thanes, / And you whose places are the nearest
MM I.i.78 [Escalus to Angelo] it concerns me / To look into the bottom of my place [i.e. what duties I have to do]
MM I.ii.107 [Pompey to Mistress Overdone] Though you change your place, you need not change your trade
MM I.ii.162 [Claudio to Lucio] Whether the tyranny be in his place, / Or in his eminence that fills it up
MM I.iii.13 [Duke to Friar Thomas] I have delivered to Lord Angelo ... / My absolute power and place here in Vienna
MM I.iv.55 [Lucio to Isabella, of the Duke] Upon his place ... / Governs Lord Angelo
MM II.i.247 [Escalus to Elbow] How long have you been in this place of constable?
MM II.ii.13 [Angelo to Provost] Do you your office, or give up your place
MM II.iv.12 [Angelo alone] O place ... / How often dost thou with thy case, thy habit, / Wrench awe from fools
MM II.iv.92 [Angelo to Isabella] a person ... [whose] own great place, / Could fetch your brother from the manacles
MM II.iv.156 [Angelo to Isabella] My vouch against you, and my place i'th' state, / Will so your accusation overweigh
MM IV.i.59 [disguised Duke alone] O place and greatness, millions of false eyes / Are stuck upon thee
MM V.i.290 [disguised Duke to Escalus] Respect to your great place
MM V.i.528 [Duke to Escalus] We shall employ thee in a worthier place
MV III.v.63 [Lorenzo to Jessica, of Launcelot] I do know / A many fools that stand in better place, / Garnished like him, that for a tricksy word / Defy the matter
MW II.ii.219 [Ford as Brook to Falstaff] you are a gentleman ... authentic in your place and person
MW III.i.53 [Shallow to Page, of Caius] I never heard a man of his place, gravity, and learning so wide of his own respect
Oth I.i.11 [Iago to Roderigo, of being made lieutenant] I know my price, I am worth no worse a place
Oth I.i.104 [Brabantio to Roderigo, of being woken] My spirit and my place have in them power / To make this bitter to thee
Oth I.i.146 [Iago to Roderigo] It seems not meet, nor wholesome to my place, / To be produced ... / Against the Moor
Oth I.iii.53 [Brabantio to all] Neither my place, nor aught I heard of business, / Hath raised me from my bed
Oth I.iii.235 [Othello to all] I crave fit disposition for my wife, / Due reference of place and exhibition
Oth I.iii.387 [Iago alone, of Cassio] To get his place and to plume up my will / In double knavery
Oth II.iii.96 [Cassio to Iago, of the character in a song] I hold him to be unworthy of his place that does those things
Oth II.iii.134 [Montano to Iago] 'tis great pity that the noble Moor / Should hazard such a place as his own second / With one of an ingraft infirmity
Oth II.iii.161 [Iago to Montano and Cassio] Have you forgot all sense of place and duty?
Oth II.iii.294 [Cassio to Iago, of Othello] I will ask him for my place again
Oth III.iii.17 [Cassio to Desdemona] I being absent and my place supplied
Oth III.iii.244 [Iago to Othello] 'tis fit that Cassio have his place
Oth IV.i.263 [Othello to Lodovico] Cassio shall have my place
Oth IV.ii.220 [Iago to Roderigo] there is especial commission come from Venice to depute Cassio in Othello's place
Per IV.vi.160 [Marina to Boult] Thou holdest a place / For which the pained'st fiend of hell / Would not in reputation change
Per V.i.19 [Helicanus to Lysimachus] what is your place?
R3 IV.iv.109 [Queen Margaret to Queen Elizabeth] Thou didst usurp my place, and dost thou not / Usurp the just proportion of my sorrow?
TC I.iii.60 [Ulysses to Agamemnon] most mighty for thy place and sway
TC II.iii.81 [Agamemnon to Patroclus, of informing Achilles of his arrival] Let him be told so, lest perchance he think / We dare not move the question of our place, / Or know not what we are
TC III.iii.82 [Achilles to Patroclus] not a man, for being simply man, / Hath any honour, but honoured for those honours / That are without him, as place, riches, and favour
TC IV.iv.129 [Diomedes to Troilus] Let me be privileged by my place and message / To be a speaker free
TG I.ii.45 [Julia to Lucetta, of Lucetta receiving a letter for her] 'tis an office of great worth, / And you an officer fit for the place
TNK II.ii.82 [Arcite alone, of Emilia] happiness prefer me to a place / Where I may ever dwell in sight of her
TNK IV.ii.76 [Messenger to Theseus] He that stands / In the first place with Arcite, by his seeming / Should be a stout man
WT I.ii.448 [Polixenes to Camillo] Be pilot to me, and thy places shall / Still neighbour mine
WT II.i.83 [Leontes to Hermione] O thou thing / Which I'll not call a creature of thy place [i.e. I won't use such language to someone of your rank]
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