Glossary

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s
sa
sable
sack
sackbut
sacred
sacrificing
sacring
sad
sad-eyed, sad-faced
sadly
sadness
safe
safeguard
safety
saffron
sage
said
sail
sain
saint
Saint Martin's summer
sainted
sake
salary
sale-work
Salic, Salique
sallet
sally
salt
salt-butter
saltier
saltness
saltpetre
salt-wayed
salute
salvage
salve
samingo
sampire, samphire
sample
sampler
sancta
sanctified
sanctimonious
sanctimony
sanctity
sanctuarize
sanctuary
sand
sand-blind
sanded
sanguine
sans
sap
sapego
sapient
sapless
sarcenet, sarsenet
sate
satiate
satiety
satire
satirical
satis
satisfaction
satisfy
sauce
saucily
sauciness
saucy
savage
savagery
save
saving
saving reverence
savour
saw
sawpit
say
saying
sblood
scab
scaffold
scaffoldage
scald, scall, scauld
scale
scaled, scaling
scalion
scall
scaly
scamble
scambling
scamel
scan
scandal
scandalized
scandalled
scandalous
scant
scanted
scantle
scantling
scantly
scape
scar
scarce
scarce-bearded
scarce-cold
scarf
scarfed
scarre
scath, scathe
scatheful
scattered
scattering
scauld
scene
schedule
scholar
school
school-doing
schooling
science
scion
scoff
scold
scolding
sconce
scope
scorch
score
score a
scoring
scorn
scornful
scot
scot and lot
scotch
scour
scourge
scouring
scout
screech-owl
screen
screw
scrimer
scrip
scrippage
scripture
scrivener
scroyle
scrubbed
scruple
scrupulous
scud
scul
scullion
scurril
scurrility
scurrilous
scurvy
scurvy-valiant
scuse
scut
scutcheon
sdeath
se
sea
sea-bank
sea-boy
sea-coal
sea-gown
seal
sealed
sea-like
sealing day
seam
sea-maid
sea-marge
sea-margent
sea-mark
sear up
search
searcher
searching
searecloath
seared
sea-room
seasick
season
sea-son
seasoned
seat
seated
sea-wing
second
secondary
secret
secret-false
sect
sectary
secure
securely
security
sedge
sedged
sedgy
seditious
see
seed
seeded
seedness
seeing
seek
seek through
seeking
seel
seeling
seely
seem
seemer
seeming
seen, well
seethe
segregation
seigniory
seised, seized
seize (upon)
seizure
seld
seldom
seld-shown
select
self
self instant
self-abuse
self-admission
self-affected
self-assumption
self-born
self-borne
self-bounty
self-covered
self-danger
self-drawing
self-endeared
self-explication
self-figured
self-gracious
self-mettle
self-sovereignty
self-subdued
self-substantial
self-unable
sell
semblable
semblably
semblance
semblative
semper
sempster
senator
seniory
senna
sennet
sennight, se'nnight, seven-night
sense
senseless
senseless-obstinate
sensible
sensibly
sentence
sententious
sentinel
separable
sepulchre
sequel
sequence
sequent
sequester
sequestered
sequestration
sere
serge
sergeant
serious
serpigo
servant
serve
service
serviceable
servile
servility
serving
serving-creature
servingman
servitor
sessa, sesey, sese
session, sessions
set
setter
setting
setting-down
settle
settled
seven-night
several
severally
severed
severity
sewer
sfoot
shade
shadow
shadowed
shadowing
shadowy
shaft
shag
shag-eared
shag-haired
shake
shale
shallow
shallowly
shalt
shambles
shame
shame-faced, shamefast
shank
shape
shapeless
shaping
shard
shard-borne
sharded
share
shark up
sharp
sharp-looking
sharp-provided
she
shealed
shearman
sheathing
sheaved
shed
sheed
sheen
sheep
sheep-biter
sheep-biting
sheepcote
sheep-hook
sheepskin
sheer
sheeted
shelf
shelled, shealed
shelly
sheltered
shelving
shelvy
she-Mercury
shend
shent
sherris-sack, sherris
shew
shield
shift
shifting
shine
shining
shiny
ship
shipboard, to
shipping
ship-tire
ship-wracked, wrackt
shipwracking
shive
shiver
shivered
shivering
shock
shoeing-horn
shog (off)
shoon
shoot
shop
shore
short
shorten
shortness
shot
shot-free
shotten
shough
shoulder
shoulder-clapper
shouldering
shoulder-piece
shoulder-shotten
shout forth
shove by
shove-groat
shovel-board
show
showing
showplace
shrew
shrewd
shrewdly
shrewishly
shrieve
shrift
shrike
shrill-gorged
shrink
shrinking
shrive
shriver
shriving
shroud
shrow, shrowd, shrowdly
shrug
shuffle
shuffling
shun
shunless
shut up
shy
sib
sibyl
sic et vos
sic fas
sic spectanda
sick
sickleman
sickly
sick-thoughted
sicle
side
side-piercing
side-sleeve
siege
sien
sieve
sift
sight
sight-hole
sightless
sightly
sign
signal
signet
significant
signify
signor
signory
silence
silent
silly
silly-ducking
silver
silverly
simile
simony
simple
simple-answered
simpleness
simple-time
simplicity
simply
simular
simulation
since
sinew
sinewed
sinewy
sinfully
sing
singing-man
single
singleness
single-soled
singly
singular
singularity
singule
sinister
sink
sink-apace, sinke-a-pace
sinking-ripe
sinner
sinow
sip
sir
sire
sirrah
sir-reverence
sister
sistering
sit
sith
sithence
sitting
sixpenny
size
sized
skains-mate
skiff
skilfully
skill
skill-contending
skillet
skill-less, skilless
skimble-skamble
skin
skin-coat
skip
skipper
skipping
skirmish
skirr
skirt
skirted
skittish
skyey
skyish
sky-planted
slab
slack
slake
slander
slanderous
slaughterman, slaughter-man
slave
sleave
sleave-silk
sledded
sleded, sleided
sleek
sleep upon
sleepy
sleevehand, sleeve-hand
sleeveless
sleided
sleight
slender
slenderly
slickly
slid
sliding
slight
slightly
slightness
slime
slip
slipper
slippery
slipshod, slip-shod
sliver
slobbery
slop, slops
slough
slovenly
slovenry
slow
slow-gaited
slubber
slug
slug-abed
sluggardized
sluice
slumbery
sluttery
sly
slyly
smack
small
smallness
smart
smatch
smatter
smile
smilet
smilingly
smirch
smirched
smite
smock
smoke
smoking
smooth
smooth-faced
smoothing
smooth-pate, smoothy-pate
smote
smother
smug
smutch
snaffle
snaily
snaky
snatch
snatcher
sneak-up
sneap
sneaped
sneaping
sneck up
snip
snipe
snipped-taffeta, snipt-taffeta
snort
snorting
snow-broth
snuff
so
soaking
soar
sob
sober
sober-blooded
sober-suited
sociable
society
sod
sodden
sodden-witted
so-forth
soft
soft-conscienced
softly
softly-sprighted
soho, so-ho
soil
soiled
soilure
sojourn
sojourner
sol
sola
solace
sold
solder
soldier
soldieress
soldiership
sole
solely
solemn
solemnity
solemnly
sol-fa
solicit
soliciting
solicitor
solicity
solidare
solidity
solus
some
something
sometime
sometimes
somewhat
somewhither
son
sonance
song
song of good life
sonnet
sonneting
sonties
soon
soon-speeding
soopstake
sooth
soothe
soother
soothing
soothsay
soothsayer
sop
sophister
sophisticated
sore
sore-betrayed
sorel
sorely
sorrow
sorrowed
sorrow-wreathen
sorry
sort
sortance
sot
sotted
sottish
soul
soul-fearing
sound
sounding
soundless
soundly
sour
souse
soused
south
south-fog
sovereign
sovereignly
sovereignty
sow
sowl
Sowter
space
span
span-counter
spangle
spaniel
spaniel-like
spare
sparing
sparingly
spark
sparkle
spavin
speak
special
specialty
speciously
spectacle
spectacles
spectatorship
speculation
speculative
speech
speed
speeding
speken
spell backward
spelling
spell-stopped
spend
sphere
sphered
spherical
sphery
spice
spicery
spigot
spill
spilth
spin
spinner
spinster
spirit
spiritualty
spirt up
spit
spital
spital-house
spite
spitting
splay
spleen
spleenative
spleenful
spleeny
spleet
splenitive, spleenative
splinter
split
splitted
splitting
spoil
spoiling
spongy
spoon
spoonmeat, spoon-meat
sport
sportful
sporting-place
sportive
spot
spotted
spousal
spout
sprag
sprawl
spray
spread
spright
sprightful
sprightfully
sprighting
sprightly
spring
springe
springhalt
springing
sprite
spruce
spungy
spur
spurn
spurring
spy
squadron
squander
squandering
square
squarer
squash
squeny, squiny
squier
squiny
squire
squire-like
squirility
st
stable
stableness
stablish
stablishment
staff
stage
stagger
staggers
staid
stain
stained
staining
stair
stake
stale
stalk
stalking-horse
stall
stalling
stallion
stammer
stamp
stamped
stanch
stanchless, staunchless
stand
standard
stander
stander-by
standing
standing-bowl
staniel
stanze
stanzo
staple
star
star-blasting
Star-chamber
star-crossed
stare
star-gazer
staring
stark
starkly
starred
start
starting
starting-hole
startingly
start-up
starve
starved
starveling
state
state-statue
station
statist
statua
statue
stature
statute
statute-cap
staunch
stave
stay
stead
steal
stealers
stealing
stealth
steel
steeled
steely
steep
steep-down
steep-up
steepy
stell
stelled
stem
step
stepdame, step-dame
sterling
stern
sternage
stew
steward
stewed
stewed prune
stick
sticking place
stickler-like
stiff
stiff-borne
stiffly
stigmatic
stigmatical
still
still-breeding
still-closing
still-discordant
stillitory
stillness
still-piecing (adj.)
still-pining
still-soliciting
still-stand
still-vexed
stilly
sting
stint
stir
stirring
stitchery
stithy
stoccado, stoccata
stock
stockfish
stockish
stock-punished
stoic
stolen
stomach
stomacher
stomaching
stomach-qualmed
stone
stone of sulphur
stone-bow
stonish
stony
stool
stool-ball
stoop
stooping
stop
stople
store
stored
story
stoup
stout
stoutness
stover
stow
straggler
straight
straight-pight
straightway
strain
strained
strait
straited
straitly
straitness
strand, strond
strange
strange-achieved
strange-disposed
strangely
strangeness
stranger
strangle
strappado
stratagem
straw
strawy
stray
straying
stream
streamer
strength
strengthless
stretch
stretched
stretched-out
stretch-mouthed
strew
strewing
strewment
strict
stricture
stride
strife
strike
striker
string
stripe
strive
stroke
strong
strongly
strook
strossers
strow
stroy
struck
strumpet
stubborn
stuck
stuck-in
stud
studied
studious
study
stuff
stuffed
stupefied
sturdy
sty
style
stythe
sub-contracted
subdue
subdued
subduement
subject
subjection
submission
submissive
suborn
subornation
suborned
subscribe
subscription
subsidy
subsist
substance
substantial
substitute
substractor
subtle
subtle-covetous
subtle-potent
subtlety
subtle-witted
subtly
suburbs
subversion
subvert
succeed
succeeding
success
successantly
successfully
succession
successive
successively
succour
suck
sucked
sucking
sudden
sudden-bold
suddenly
sue
sued-for
suffer
sufferance
suffered
suffering
suffice
sufficiency
sufficient
sufficing
suffigance
suffrage
sugared
suggest
suggestion
suing
suit
suit a
suited
suitor
sullen
sullied
sully
sulphur
sum
sumless
summer
summer-leaping
summer-seeming
summon
summoner
sumpter
sun
sunburnt
sunder
sundered
sundry
sun-expelling
sup
super-dainty
superficial
superfinical
superfluity
superfluous
superflux
supernal
superscript
superscription
super-serviceable
superstitious
superstitiously
super-subtle
supervise
supervisor
supping
supplant
suppliance
suppliant
supplication
supply
supplyant
supplyment
support
supportable
supportance
supposal
suppose
supposed
supposing
supposition
supreme
sur-addition
surance
surcease
sure
surely
surety
surety-like
surfeit
surfeited
surfeiter
surfeiting
surfeit-swelled
surfeit-taking
surge
surgeon
surly
surmise
surmised
surmount
surprise
sur-reined
surrender
survey
surveyor
suspect
suspected
suspense
suspicion
suspiration
suspire
sustain
sustaining
sutler
suum
swabber
swaddling clouts
swag-bellied
swagger
swaggerer
swaggering
swain
swart
swart-complexioned
swarth
swasher
swashing
swath
swathing-clothes
sway
swayed
swear
swearing
sweat
sweep
sweet
sweet-faced
sweetheart
sweeting
sweetly
sweetness
sweet-seasoned
sweet-suggesting
swell
swelling
sweltered
swerve
swerving
swift
swift-starting
swill
swim
swine
swine-drunk
swing
swinge
swinge-buckler
swinish
switch
swits and spurs
Switzer
swoln
swoon
swoond
swooning
swoopstake
sword
sworder
sworn
swort
swound
swounds
swown
sycamore
sympathize
sympathized
sympathy
synod
still (adj.) 1silent, quiet
still (adj.) 2quiet, calm, subdued
still (adj.) 3impassive, inscrutable
still (adj.) 4at rest, in repose
still (adj.) 5constant, continual, perpetual
still (adj.) 6lethargic, indolent, sluggish
still (adv.) 1constantly, always, continually
still (adv.) 2ever, now [as before]
still (v.)  quieten, calm, hush
still an end  repeatedly, time and again, over and over
still and anon   
still as (conj.)  whenever
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AC I.i.59 [Philo to Demetrius] sometimes, when he is not Antony, / He comes too short of that great property / Which still should go with Antony
AC II.iii.37 [Antony alone, of Caesar] His cocks do win the battle still of mine / When it is all to nought
AC III.ii.60 [Caesar to Octavia] You shall hear from me still
AC V.i.75 [Caesar to all] How calm and gentle I proceeded still / In all my writings
AW I.iii.198 [Helena to Countess] in this captious and intenable sieve / I still pour in the waters of my love / And lack not to lose still
AW II.i.204 [King to Helena] I, / Thy resolved patient, on thee still rely
AW IV.iii.21 [Second Lord to First Lord] in the common course of all treasons we still see them reveal themselves till they attain to their abhorred ends
AW IV.iv.35 [Helena to Widow and Diana] All's well that ends well; still the fine's the crown.
AYL I.ii.10 [Celia to Rosalind] so thou hadst been still with me
AYL I.ii.214 [Duke Frederick to Orlando] The world esteemed thy father honourable, / But I did find him still mine enemy
AYL I.iii.71 [Celia to Duke Frederick, of herself and Rosalind] we still have slept together
AYL I.iii.74 [Celia to Duke Frederick, of herself and Rosalind] wheresoe'er we went ... / Still we went coupled and inseparable
AYL II.iv.18 [Corin to Silvius, of Phebe] That is the way to make her scorn you still
AYL III.ii.50 [Corin to Touchstone] we are still handling our ewes
AYL III.ii.374 [Rosalind as Ganymede to Orlando] one of the points in the which women still give the lie to their consciences
CE II.i.11 [Luciana to Adriana, of men] their business still lies out o'door
CE II.i.110 [Adriana to Luciana] the gold bides still / That others touch
CE IV.iv.42 [Antipholus of Ephesus to Dromio of Ephesus] Wilt thou still talk?
CE IV.iv.154 [Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse] I could find in my heart to stay here still, and turn witch
CE V.i.67 [Adriana to Abbess, of Antipholus of Ephesus straying from home] Still did I tell him it was vile and bad
CE V.i.387 [Antipholus of Syracuse to Antipholus of Ephesus] I see we still did meet each other's man
Cor I.i.98 [Menenius to First Citizen, of the belly] Still cupboarding the viand
Cor II.i.238 [Brutus to Sicinius, of Martius] We must suggest the people in what hatred / He still hath held them
Cor II.ii.131 [Coriolanus to Menenius, of the senators] I do owe them still / My life and services
Cor II.iii.182 [Brutus to Citizens, of Coriolanus] If he should still malignantly remain / Fast foe to th'plebeii, your voices might / Be curses to yourselves?
Cor II.iii.251 [Brutus to Citizens, of voting for Coriolanus] Say you ne'er had done't--Harp on that still--but by our putting on
Cor III.ii.5 [Coriolanus to Nobles, of his behaviour towards the Citizens] yet will I still / Be thus to them
Cor III.iii.127 [Coriolanus to Plebeians] Have the power still / To banish your defenders
Cor IV.i.28 [Coriolanus to Volumnia] My hazards still have been your solace
Cor IV.i.52 [Coriolanus to all] While I remain above the ground you shall / Hear from me still
Cor IV.iv.15 [Coriolanus alone] Friends now fast sworn ... whose meal and exercise / Are still together
Cor IV.vii.1 [Aufidius to Lieutenant, of the soldiers] Do they still fly to th'Roman?
Cor V.i.28 [Cominius to all] 'twas folly, / For one poor grain or two, to leave unburnt / And still to nose th'offence
Cor V.iii.155 [Volumnia to Coriolanus] Think'st thou it honourable for a nobleman / Still to remember wrongs?
Cor V.iv.57 [stage direction] Sound still with shouts
Cor V.vi.73 [Coriolanus to all] I am returned your soldier ... still subsisting / Under your great command
Cym I.i.3 [First Gentleman to Second Gentleman] our bloods / No more obey the heavens than our courtiers / Still seem as does the king's
Cym I.ii.52 [Innogen to Posthumus] in our trifles / I still win of you
Cym I.iii.14 [Second Lord to himself, as if to Cloten, of Cloten's opponent] he fled forward still, toward your face
Cym I.iv.12 [Pisanio to Innogen, of Posthumus] he did keep / The deck ... / Still waving
Cym I.v.35 [Posthumus to Frenchman] I have been debtor to you for courtesies which I will be ever to pay, and yet pay still
Cym I.vii.139 [Iachimo to Innogen] I ... will continue fast to your affection, / Still close as sure
Cym II.iv.181 [Posthumus alone, of women] even to vice / They are not constant, but are changing still
Cym IV.iii.41 [Pisanio alone] The heavens still must work
Cym IV.iv.29 [Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus] to be still hot Summer's tanlings
E3 I.ii.46 [King David to Douglas, of the Countess's jewels] Those are her own, still liable to her
E3 II.ii.86 [King Edward to himself, of Prince Edward] Still do I see in him delineate / His mother's visage
E3 III.iii.190 [Derby to Prince Edward] So may thy temples, with Bellona's hand, / Be still adorned with laurel victory
E3 III.iv.51 [King Edward to all, of Prince Edward] if he break out, Nestor's years on earth / Will make him savour still of this exploit
E3 III.iv.90 [Prince Edward to King Edward] Yet marble courage still did underprop
E3 IV.i.22 [Salisbury to Villiers] I might for ransom ... / Require of thee a hundred thousand francs, / Or else retain and keep thee captive still
E3 IV.iii.51 [Charles to Villiers] Stay, and be still in favour with thy lord
E3 V.i.86 [Copland to the Queen, of King Edward] His name shall keep me in allegiance still
E3 V.i.222 [Prince Edward to King Edward] grant that many princes more ... / May still be famous for like victories
Ham I.i.122 [Horatio to Barnardo and Marcellus] As harbingers preceding still the fates / And prologue to the omen coming on
Ham I.ii.104 [Claudius to Hamlet, of sons mourning dead fathers] who still hath cried, / From the first corse till he that died today, / ‘This must be so’
Ham I.v.187 [Hamlet to Horatio and Marcellus] Let us go in together, / And still your fingers on your lips, I pray
Ham II.ii.42 [Claudius to Polonius] Thou still hast been the father of good news
Ham II.ii.187 [Polonius to himself, of Hamlet] Still harping on my daughter
Ham III.i.175 [Claudius to Polonius, of Hamlet] This something-settled matter in his heart, / Whereon his brains still beating puts him thus / From fashion of himself
Ham III.ii.222 [First Player as King to his Queen] Our wills and fates do so contrary run / That our devices still are overthrown
Ham IV.vii.115 [Claudius to Laertes] And nothing is at a like goodness still [stays always at the same level of goodness]
Ham V.ii.41 [Hamlet to Horatio] As peace should still her wheaten garland wear
1H4 I.iii.40 [Hotspur to King Henry, of a nobleman] And still he smiled and talked
1H4 I.iii.223 [Hotspur to Northumberland and Worcester, of having a starling say ‘Mortimer’ to King Henry] To keep his anger still in motion
1H4 II.iv.255 [Prince Hal to Falstaff] you carried your guts away as nimbly ... and roared for mercy, and still run and roared, as ever I heard bull-calf
1H4 III.ii.43 [King Henry to Prince Hal] Had I so lavish of my presence been ... / Opinion, that did help me to the crown, / Had still kept loyal to possession
1H4 III.iii.175 [Prince Hal to Falstaff] I must still be good angel to thee
1H4 IV.iii.38 [Blunt to Hotspur, of not being a rebel] And God defend but still I should stand so
1H4 V.ii.6 [Worcester to Vernon, of King Henry] He will suspect us still, and find a time / To punish this offence in other faults
1H4 V.ii.15 [Worcester to Vernon] we shall feed like oxen at a stall, / The better cherished still the nearer death
1H4 V.ii.59 [Vernon to Hotspur, of Prince Hal] Making you ever better than his praise / By still dispraising praise valued with you [i.e. constantly suggesting that praise itself could not be compared with you]
1H4 V.ii.84 [Hotspur to all] If life did ride upon a dial's point, / Still ending at the arrival of an hour
2H4.induction.4 [Rumour] I ... / Making the wind my post-horse, still unfold / The acts commencèd on this ball of earth
2H4 I.ii.24 [Falstaff to Page, of Prince Henry's face] He may keep it still at a face-royal, for a barber shall never earn sixpence out of it
2H4 II.i.156 [Falstaff to Hostess] you'll be a fool still
2H4 IV.iii.7 [Falstaff to Colevile] Colevile shall be still your name
2H4 IV.iv.104 [King Henry IV to all] Will Fortune never come with both hands full, / But wet her fair words still in foulest terms?
H5 I.ii.145 [King Henry to all] the Scot, / Who hath been still a giddy neighbour to us
H5 III.vii.96 [Constable to Orleans, of the Dauphin] Doing is activity, and he will still be doing
H5 IV.i.295 [King Henry alone] Two chantries where the sad and solemn priests / Sing still for Richard's soul
1H6 I.iii.63 [Winchester to all, of Gloucester] One that still motions war and never peace
1H6 II.i.56 [Pucelle to all] Sleeping or waking must I still prevail
1H6 II.iv.104 [Somerset to Richard] thou shalt find us ready for thee still
1H6 II.iv.130 [Vernon to Richard, of wearing his rose] In your behalf still will I wear the same
1H6 IV.i.76 [Talbot to King] I go, my lord, in heart desiring still / You may behold confusion of your foes
1H6 IV.i.161 [King to all] as we hither came in peace, / So let us still continue peace and love
1H6 V.iv.132 [Winchester to Charles, of King Henry] Thou shalt be placed as viceroy under him, / And still enjoy thy regal dignity
2H6 I.i.104 [Cardinal to Gloucester] For France, 'tis ours; and we will keep it still
2H6 I.i.222 [York alone] Pirates may make cheap pennyworths of their pillage ... / Still revelling like lords till all be gone
2H6 I.ii.47 [Gloucester to Duchess] wilt thou still be hammering treachery, / To tumble down thy husband and thyself
2H6 I.iii.44 [Queen to Suffolk] shall King Henry be a pupil still / Under the surly Gloucester's governance?
2H6 II.i.85 [King to all] Let never day nor night unhallowed pass, / But still remember what the Lord hath done
2H6 III.i.239 [Suffolk to all, of Gloucester] The King will labour still to save his life
2H6 IV.iv.22 [King to Queen] Still lamenting and mourning for Suffolk's death?
2H6 IV.ix.17 [King to soldiers] Continue still in this so good a mind
2H6 IV.ix.28 [Messenger to King, of York] still proclaimeth, as he comes along, / His arms are only to remove from thee / The Duke of Somerset
2H6 V.iii.11 [Richard to York, of Salisbury] still where danger was, still there I met him
3H6 III.iii.18 [Lewis to Queen] let thy dauntless mind / Still ride in triumph over all mischance
3H6 IV.vi.26 [Warwick to King] Your grace hath still been famed for virtuous
3H6 V.v.23 [Richard to Queen] That you might still have worn the petticoat / And ne'er have stolen the breech from Lancaster
H8 I.ii.52 [King Henry to all, of the repeated use of the word ‘exaction’] Still exaction!
H8 II.i.13 [First Gentleman to Second Gentleman, of Buckingham] to his accusations / He pleaded still not guilty
H8 II.ii.127 [Campeius to Wolsey, of Pace] you ... / Kept him a foreign man still [i.e. always abroad]
H8 II.iii.7 [Anne to Old Lady, of Queen Katherine] Still growing in a majesty and pomp
H8 III.i.63 [Campeius to Queen Katherine, of Wolsey] Zeal and obedience he still bore your grace
H8 III.i.130 [Queen Katherine to Wolsey and Campeius] Have I with all my full affections / Still met the King
H8 III.ii.315 [Norfolk to Wolsey] in all you writ to Rome ... ‘Ego et Rex meus’ / Was still inscribed
H8 III.ii.445 [Wolsey to Cromwell] Still in thy right hand carry gentle peace / To silence envious tongues
H8 IV.ii.25 [Griffith to Katherine, of Wolsey] his sickness / Pursued him still
H8 IV.ii.76 [Katherine to Patience] be near me still
H8 V.iv.67 [Lord Chamberlain to all, of the crowds] They grow still, too
H8 V.v.17 [Cranmer to all] This royal infant--heaven still move about her!
JC V.i.95 [Cassius to Brutus] the affairs of men rest still incertain
KJ II.i.28 [Austria to Arthur, of England] still secure / And confident from foreign purposes
KJ II.i.522 [Blanche to King John] That she is bound in honour still to do / What you in wisdom still vouchsafe to say
KJ II.i.568 [Bastard alone, of commodity] That broker that still breaks the pate of faith
KJ V.vii.73 [Bastard to dead King John] my soul shall wait on thee to heaven,< / As it on earth hath been thy servant still
KL I.i.158 [Kent to Lear] let me still remain / The true blank of thine eye
KL II.iv.101 [Lear to Gloucester, of Cornwall] Infirmity doth still neglect all office / Whereto our health is bound
KL III.iv.95 [Edgar as Poor Tom to Lear] Still through the hawthorn blows the cold wind
KL III.iv.177 [Edgar as Poor Tom to all, of Child Roland] His word was still ‘Fie, foh, and fum’
KL IV.i.2 [disguised Edgar alone] better ... known to be contemned, / Than still contemned and flattered
KL IV.i.65 [Gloucester to Edgar as Poor Tom] That I am wretched / Makes thee the happier. Heavens deal so still!
LLL II.i.51 [Maria to Princess, of Longaville's wit] whose will still wills / It should none spare that come within his power
LLL III.i.84 [Armado to Mote] The fox, the ape, and the humble-bee / Were still at odds, being but three
LLL III.i.188 [Berowne alone] A woman, that is like a German clock, / Still a-repairing, ever out of frame
LLL IV.iii.37 [King reading his ode] thou will keep / My tears for glasses and still make me weep
LLL IV.iii.317 [Berowne to all] For valour, is not Love a Hercules, / Still climbing trees in the Hesperides?
LLL IV.iii.327 [Berowne to all] From women's eyes this doctrine I derive: / They sparkle still the right Promethean fire
LLL V.ii.24 [Rosaline to Katharine] Look what you do, you do it still i'th' dark
LLL V.ii.28 [Rosaline to Katharine] past cure is still past care
LLL V.ii.200 [Berowne to Rosaline] Our duty is so rich, so infinite, / That we may do it still without account
LLL V.ii.840 [Rosaline to Berowne] You shall this twelvemonth term from day to day / Visit the speechless sick, and still converse / With groaning wretches
Luc dedication.10 [] [to the Earl of Southampton] to whom I wish long life still lengthened with all happiness
Luc 49 [] O rash false heat, wrapped in repentant cold, / Thy hasty spring still blasts and ne'er grows old
Luc 201 [] True valour still a true respect should have
Luc 476 [of Lucrece] she with vehement prayers urgeth still / Under what colour he commits this ill
Luc 611 [] But happy monarchs still are feared for love
Luc 727 [of Lucrece] her subjects ... / Which in her prescience she controlled still
Luc 752 [of transgressions committed at night] would they still in darkness be, / To have their unseen sin remain untold
Luc 1098 [] Like an unpractised swimmer plunging still, / With too much labour drowns for want of skill
Luc 1336 [of Lucrece] Speed more than speed but dull and slow she deems: / Extremity still urgeth such extremes
Luc 1643 [Lucrece] So should my shame still rest upon record
Luc 1658 [Lucrece, of her mind] that never was inclined / To accessary yieldings, but still pure
Luc 1749 [] blood untainted still doth red abide
MA I.i.108 [Beatrice to Benedick] I wonder that you will still be talking
MA I.i.125 [Benedick to Beatrice, of her never loving] God keep your ladyship still in that mind!
MA II.iii.44 [Don Pedro to Balthasar] It is the witness still of excellency / To put a strange face on his own perfection
Mac I.vi.11 [Duncan to Lady Macbeth] The love that follows us sometime is our trouble, / Which still we thank as love
Mac I.vi.28 [Lady Macbeth to Duncan] Your servants ever / Have theirs, themselves and what is theirs, in compt, / To make their audit at your highness' pleasure, / Still to return your own
Mac I.vii.8 [Macbeth alone] We still have judgement
Mac II.i.27 [Banquo to Macbeth, of his intentions] still keep / My bosom franchised and allegiance clear
Mac II.ii.41 [Macbeth to Lady Macbeth, of a voice] Still it cried ‘Sleep no more’ to all the house
Mac II.iv.27 [Ross to Macduff, of the suggestion that Malcolm and Donalbain killed their father] 'Gainst nature still!
Mac III.i.21 [Macbeth to Banquo, of Banquo's advice] Which still hath been both grave and prosperous
Mac IV.iii.24 [Malcolm to Macduff] Though all things foul would wear the brows of grace, / Yet grace must still look so
Mac V.i.73 [Doctor to Gentlewoman, of Lady Macbeth] Remove from her the means of all annoyance / And still keep eyes upon her
Mac V.vi.26 [Macduff to all, as if to Macbeth] If thou be'st slain, and with no stroke of mine, / My wife and children's ghosts will haunt me still
Mac V.vi.53 [Macduff to Macbeth] let the angel whom thou still hast served / Tell thee Macduff was from his mother's womb / Untimely ripped
MM I.ii.122 [Claudio to Lucio, of heaven's judgement] still 'tis just.
MM II.i.271 [Escalus to Justice] Pardon is still the nurse of second woe
MM III.i.13 [disguised Duke to Claudio, of death] For him thou labour'st by thy flight to shun, / And yet runn'st toward him still
MM III.i.22 [disguised Duke to Claudio] For what thou hast not, still thou striv'st to get
MM III.i.103 [Isabella to Claudio, of his freedom in exchange for Angelo's seduction] he would give't thee, from this rank offence, / So to offend him still
MM IV.ii.132 [Provost to disguised Duke, of Barnardine] His friends still wrought reprieves for him
MM V.i.407 [Duke to all] Haste still pays haste, and leisure answers leisure, / Like doth quit like, and Measure still for Measure
MM V.i.468 [Escalus to Angelo] I am sorry one so learned and so wise / As you, Lord Angelo, have still appeared, / Should slip so grossly
MND I.i.212 [Lysander to Helena, of the night] A time that lovers' flights doth still conceal
MND III.i.146 [Titania to Bottom] The summer still doth tend upon my state
MND III.ii.345 [Oberon to Puck] Still thou mistakest, / Or else committest thy knaveries wilfully
MND III.ii.413 [Lysander to himself, of Demetrius] He goes before me, and still dares me on
MND V.i.193 [Bottom as Pyramus to Flute as Thisbe] I am thy lover's grace, / And like Limander am I trusty still
MV I.i.17 [Solanio to Antonio, of how he would behave if he had ships abroad] I should be still / Plucking the grass to know where sits the wind
MV I.iii.106 [Shylock to Antonio, of Antonio's condemnation of him] Still have I borne it with a patient shrug
MV III.ii.74 [Bassanio to himself] The world is still deceived with ornament
MV III.ii.144 [Bassanio to Portia, of a prize-winner] Hearing applause and universal shout, / Giddy in spirit, still gazing in a doubt / Whether those pearls of praise be his or no
MV IV.i.265 [Antonio to Bassanio, of Fortune] it is still her use / To let the wretched man outlive his wealth / To view with hollow eye and wrinkled brow / An age of poverty
MV V.i.62 [Lorenzo to Jessica] There's not the smallest orb which thou beholdest / But in his motion like an angel sings, / Still quiring to the young-eyed cherubins
MW III.iv.19 [Anne to Fenton] Yet seek my father's love, still seek it
MW V.v.92 [Mistress Quickly to fairies, of Falstaff] About him, fairies, sing a scornful rhyme, / And, as you trip, still pinch him to your time
Oth I.iii.128 [Othello to all, of Desdemona] Her father loved me, oft invited me, / Still questioned me the story of my life
Oth I.iii.146 [Othello to all, of Desdemona listening to his stories] still the house affairs would draw her thence
Oth II.i.104 [Iago to Desdemona, of Emilia talking] I find it still when I have list to sleep
Oth II.i.218 [Iago to Roderigo, of Othello] will she love him still for prating?
Oth III.iii.176 [Othello to Iago] Think'st thou I'd make a life of jealousy, / To follow still the changes of the moon / With fresh suspicions?
PassP II.2 []Two loves I have, of comfort and despair, / That like two spirits do suggest me still
PassP IV.8 [] Touches so soft still conquer chastity
PassP VII.10 [] Dreading my love, the loss thereof still fearing!
PassP XVIII.43 [] Think women still to strive with men, / To sin and never for to saint
Per Chorus.I.36 [Gower alone, of Antiochus and his daughter] he made a law, / To keep her still
Per III.i.52 [First Sailor to Pericles, of throwing a dead body overboard] with us at sea it hath been still observed, and we are strong in custom
Per III.ii.45 [Second Gentleman to Cerimon] your purse, still open
Per Chorus.IV.27 [Gower alone, of Marina] She sung, and made the night-bird mute, / That still records with moan
Per Chorus.IV.29 [Gower alone] Still / This Philoten contends in skill / With absolute Marina
Per IV.ii.141 [Marina to Bawd] If fires be hot, knives sharp, or waters deep, / Untied I still my virgin knot will keep
R2 I.i.22 [Mowbray to King Richard] Each day still better other's happiness
R2 II.i.22 [York to John of Gaunt, of Italy] Whose manners still our tardy-apish nation / Limps after in base imitation
R2 II.ii.34 [Queen Isabel to Bushy] Conceit is still derived / From some forefather grief
R2 II.iii.49 [Bolingbroke to Percy] as my fortune ripens with thy love / It shall be still thy true love's recompense
R2 III.ii.62 [King Richard to all] heaven still guards the right
R2 III.iii.166 [King Richard to all] shall we play the wantons with our woes, / And make some pretty match with shedding tears, / As thus to drop them still upon one place / Till they have fretted us a pair of graves
R2 V.ii.21 [York to Duchess of York, of Bolingbroke] Bespake them thus: ‘I thank you, countrymen.’ / And thus still doing, thus he passed along
R2 V.ii.32 [York to Duchess of York, of Richard] His face still combating with tears and smiles
R2 V.v.54 [Richard alone] my finger, like a dial's point, / Is pointing still in cleansing them from tears
R3 I.iii.221 [Queen Margaret to Richard] The worm of conscience still begnaw thy soul!
R3 I.iii.277 [Queen Margaret to Buckingham] My charity is outrage, life my shame, / And in that shame still live my sorrow's rage!
R3 I.iv.37 [Clarence to Keeper] still the envious flood / Stopped in my soul
R3 II.i.139 [Richard to Buckingham, of the Queen's relatives and Clarence's death] they did urge it still unto the King!
R3 III.i.126 [Prince Edward to York] My Lord of York will still be cross in talk
R3 III.ii.52 [Hastings to Catesby, of the Queen's relatives] they have been still my adversaries
R3 III.vii.50 [Buckingham to Richard] Play the maid's part: still answer nay, and take it
R3 IV.i.84 [Anne to Queen Elizabeth, of Richard] never yet one hour in his bed / Did I enjoy the golden dew of sleep, / But with his timorous dreams was still awaked
R3 IV.iii.48 [Ratcliffe to King Richard] Buckingham, backed with the hardy Welshmen, / Is in the field, and still his power increaseth
R3 IV.iv.365 [Queen Elizabeth to King Richard, of the princes' death] Harp on it still shall I till heart-strings break
R3 V.iii.118 [Richmond to God] Sleeping and waking, O defend me still!
RJ I.i.171 [Romeo to Benvolio] Alas that love, whose view is muffled, still / Should without eyes see pathways to his will!
RJ I.i.217 [Benvolio to Romeo, of Rosaline] Then she hath sworn that she will still live chaste?
RJ II.ii.172 [Juliet to Romeo, of why she called him back] I shall forget, to have thee still stand there
RJ II.iii.23 [Friar Laurence alone] Two such opposed kings encamp them still / In man as well as herbs - grace and rude will
RJ III.iii.39 [Romeo to Friar Laurence, of Juliet's lips] Who, even in pure and vestal modesty, / Still blush, as thinking their own kisses sin
RJ III.v.73 [Lady Capulet to Juliet] much of grief shows still some want of wit
RJ III.v.178 [Capulet to Lady Capulet, of Juliet] still my care hath been / To have her matched
RJ IV.iii.29 [Juliet alone, of Friar Laurence] he hath still been tried a holy man
RJ V.iii.106 [Romeo to himself, as if to supposedly dead Juliet] I still will stay with thee / And never from this palace of dim night / Depart again
RJ V.iii.270 [Prince to Friar Laurence] We still have known thee for a holy man
Sonn 9.5 []The world will be thy widow and still weep / That thou no form of thee hast left behind
Sonn 10.14 [] Make thee another self, for love of me, / That beauty still may live in thine or thee
Sonn 16.13 [] To give away yourself keeps yourself still
Sonn 41.4 [] For still temptation follows where thou art
Sonn 55.10 [] your praise shall still find room, / Even in the eyes of all posterity
Sonn 63.14 [of his friend] His beauty shall in these black lines be seen, / And they shall live, and he in them still green
Sonn 65.14 [] in black ink my love may still shine bright
Sonn 74.4 [] My life hath in this line some interest, / Which for memorial still with thee shall stay
Sonn 76.5 [] Why write I still all one, ever the same
Sonn 76.10 [] And you and love are still my argument
Sonn 76.14 [] For as the sun is daily new and old, / So is my love still telling what is told
Sonn 81.13 [] You still shall live (such virtue hath my pen)
Sonn 85.6 []I ... still cry Amen / To every hymn that able spirit affords
Sonn 93.3 [] love's face / May still seem love to me, though altered-new
Sonn 98.13 [] Yet seemed it winter still, and you away
Sonn 105.4 [] Since all alike my songs and praises be / To one, of one, still such, and ever so
Sonn 105.6 [of love] Still constant in a wondrous excellence
Sonn 119.4 [] Still losing when I saw myself to win
Sonn 119.10 [] O benefit of ill, now I find true / That better is, by evil still made better
Sonn 126.6 [] Nature ... / As thou goest onwards, still will pluck thee back
Sonn 126.10 [of Nature] She may detain, but not still keep her treasure
Sonn 134.4 [] Myself I'll forfeit, so that other mine / Thou wilt restore, to be my comfort still
Sonn 135.9 [] The sea all water, yet receives rain still
Sonn 136.13 [] Make but my name thy love, and love that still
Sonn 144.2 [] Two loves I have of comfort and despair, / Which like two spirits do suggest me still
Sonn 147.1 [] My love is as a fever, longing still / For that which longer nurseth the disease
Sonn 153.6 [] A dateless lively heat still to endure
TC I.i.23 [Troilus to Pandarus] Still have I tarried
TC II.ii.145 [Priam to Paris] You have the honey still
TC II.ii.192 [Paris to all] I propend to you / In resolution to keep Helen still
TC III.i.117 [Pandarus singing] The shaft confounds, / Not that it wounds, / But tickles still the sore
TC III.iii.22 [Calchas to Agamemnon] Oft have you ... Desired my Cressid in right great exchange, / Whom Troy hath still denied
TC IV.v.195 [Nestor to Hector] this thy countenance, still locked in steel, / I never saw till now
TC IV.v.293 [Troilus to Ulysses] still sweet love is food for fortune's tooth
TC V.ii.197 [Thersites alone] Lechery, lechery, still wars and lechery
TC V.x.28 [Troilus to all, as if to Diomedes] I'll haunt thee like a wicked conscience still
Tem IV.i.108 [Juno to Ferdinand and Miranda] Hourly joys be still upon you!
Tem V.i.214 [Alonso to Ferdinand and Miranda] Let grief and sorrow still embrace his heart / That doth not wish you joy
TG I.i.9 [Valentine to Proteus] since thou lovest, love still, and thrive therein
TG II.i.11 [Valentine to Speed] you'll still be too forward
TG II.vi.24 [Proteus alone] love is still most precious in itself
TG IV.iii.31 [Silvia to Eglamour, of her flight] To keep me from a most unholy match, / Which heaven and fortune still rewards with plagues
TG IV.iv.35 [Launce to his dog] Did not I bid thee still mark me and do as I do?
TG IV.iv.59 [Proteus to disguised Julia, of Launce] A slave that still an end turns me to shame!
TG V.iv.43 [Proteus to Silvia] 'tis the curse in love, and still approved, / When women cannot love where they're beloved!
Tim I.i.262 [First Lord to Apemantus, responding to ‘Time to be honest’] That time serves still
Tim II.i.4 [Senator alone, of Timon] Still in motion / Of raging waste?
Tim II.i.11 [Senator alone, of Timon] No porter at his gate, / But rather one that smiles and still invites / All that pass by
Tim III.vi.73 [Timon as if to the gods] For your own gifts make yourselves praised; but reserve still to give, lest your deities be despised
Tim IV.ii.41 [Flavius alone] bounty, that makes gods, does still mar men
Tim IV.iii.84 [Timon to Timandra] Be a whore still
Tim IV.iii.245 [Apemantus to Timon] Willing misery / Outlives incertain pomp, is crowned before. / The one is filling still, never complete, / The other at high wish
Tim IV.iii.334 [Timon to Apemantus] If thou wert the ass, thy dullness would torment thee, and still thou livedst but as a breakfast to the wolf.
Tim IV.iii.517 [Flavius to Timon] Suspect still comes where an estate is least
Tim V.i.120 [Second Senator to Flavius] At all times alike / Men are not still the same
Tim V.i.211 [Flavius to Senators] Trouble him no further; thus you still shall find him
Tit V.iii.41 [Saturninus to Titus, of Virginius' daughter] the girl should not survive her shame, / And by her presence still renew his sorrows
TN II.iii.47 [Feste singing] What's to come is still unsure
TN II.iv.29 [Orsino to Viola as Cesario] Let still the woman take / An elder than herself
TN II.iv.116 [Viola as Cesario to Orsino] Our shows are more than will; for still we prove / Much in our vows, but little in our love
TN II.v.151 [Malvolio reading the letter supposedly from Olivia] let me see thee a steward still
TN II.v.169 [Malvolio reading the letter supposedly from Olivia] in my presence still smile
TN III.iv.373 [Viola alone, of Sebastian] he went / Still in this fashion, colour, ornament, / For him I imitate
TN IV.i.61 [Sebastian to Olivia] Let fancy still my sense in Lethe steep
TN IV.ii.56 [Feste as Sir Topas to Malvolio] remain thou still in darkness
TN V.i.109 [Orsino to Olivia] Still so cruel? Olivia: Still so constant, lord
TN V.i.122 [Orsino to Olivia] Live you the marble-breasted tyrant still
TNK II.i.99 [Arcite to Palamon] dead-cold winter must inhabit here still
TNK IV.iii.87 [Doctor to Wooer, of the Gaoler's Daughter] Desire to eat with her, carve her, drink to her, and still among intermingle your petition of grace and acceptance into her favour
TNK V.ii.104 [Doctor to Wooer] You must not from her, / But still preserve her in this way
TNK V.iii.73 [Emilia to herself, of Arcite] Upon my right side still I wore thy picture
TS II.i.298 [Petruchio to all,of Katherina] 'Tis bargained 'twixt us twain, being alone, / That she shall still be curst in company
TS III.i.53 [Bianca to Lucentio as Cambio] I must believe my master, else, I promise you, / I should be arguing still upon that doubt
TS IV.i.193 [Petruchio alone, of Katherina] if she chance to nod I'll rail and brawl, / And with the clamour keep her still awake
TS IV.iii.189 [Petruchio to Katherina] Look what I speak, or do, or think to do, / You are still crossing it
TS IV.iv.53 [Baptista to Tranio as Lucentio] old Gremio is hearkening still
Ven 480 [of Venus and Adonis] she, by her good will, / Will never rise, so he will kiss her still
Ven 507 [Venus to Adonis, of his lips] as they last, their verdure still endure
Ven 617 [of a boar] Whose tushes never sheathed he whetteth still
Ven 637 [Venus to Adonis, of a boar] O, let him keep his loathsome cabin still
Ven 1000 [of a boar] Which knows no pity, but is still severe
Ven 1106 [of a boar] Whose downward eye still looketh for a grave
WT I.ii.214 [Camillo to Leontes, of Polixenes] You had much ado to make his anchor hold: / When you cast out, it still came home
WT I.ii.449 [Polixenes to Camillo] Be pilot to me, and thy places shall / Still neighbour mine
WT III.ii.210 [Paulina to Leontes] a barren mountain, and still winter / In storm perpetual
WT III.iii.48 [Antigonus to the baby Perdita] Which may, if fortune please, both breed thee, pretty, / And still rest thine
WT III.iii.121 [Shepherd to Clown] We are lucky, boy, and to be so still requires nothing but secrecy
WT IV.iv.136 [Florizel to Perdita] What you do / Still betters what is done
WT IV.iv.142 [Florizel to Perdita] I wish you / A wave o'th' sea, that you might ever do / Nothing but that--move still, still so, / And own no other function
WT V.i.8 [Leontes to Paulina] I ... still think of / The wrong I did myself
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