remembrance (n.) 1
memory, bringing to mind, recollection
2H4 II.iii.59 [Lady Percy to Northumberland] I ... never shall have length of life enough / To rain upon remembrance with mine eyes
AC I.v.58 [Cleopatra to Charmian, of Antony] his remembrance lay / In Egypt with his joy
AC II.ii.162 [Antony to Caesar, of Pompey] I must thank him only, / Lest my remembrance suffer ill report
AW I.i.47 [Countess to Lafew, of Helena] The remembrance of her father never approaches her heart but the tyranny of her sorrows takes all livelihood from her cheek
AW I.i.79 [Helena alone] I think not on my father, / And these great tears grace his remembrance more / Than those I shed for him
AW I.ii.48 [Bertram to King, of Bertram's father] His good remembrance, sir, / Lies richer in your thoughts than on his tomb
AW I.iii.129 [Countess to Helena] By our remembrances of days foregone, / Such were our faults, or then we thought them none
AW IV.iii.108 [Second Lord to Bertram, of Parolles] from the time of his remembrance
AW IV.v.71 [Lafew to Countess, of the King's suggestion] which ... his majesty out of a self-gracious remembrance did first propose
AW V.iii.20 [King to Lafew] Praising what is lost / Makes the remembrance dear
AYL I.i.60 [Adam to Orlando and Oliver] for your father's remembrance, be at accord
Cor II.iii.247 [Sicinius to Citizens, of Coriolanus] One thus descended ... we did commend / To your remembrances
Cym II.iii.42 [Cymbeline to Cloten, of Posthumus] some more time / Must wear the print of his remembrance on't
Cym II.iv.14 [Philario to Posthumus, of the British] our Romans, whose remembrance / Is yet fresh in their grief
Cym II.iv.93 [Posthumus to Iachimo] praise / Be given to your remembrance
Cym III.i.2 [Lucius to Cymbeline, of Julius Caesar] whose remembrance yet / Lives in men's eyes
Cym IV.iv.24 [Belarius to Arviragus and Guiderius, of Cloten] many years ... not wore him / From my remembrance
H5 I.ii.115 [Ely to King Henry, of earlier English battles] Awake remembrance of these valiant dead
H5 I.ii.230 [King Henry to all, of himself] lay these bones in an unworthy urn, / Tombless, with no remembrance over them
H8 III.ii.8 [Surrey to all] I am joyful / To meet the least occasion that may give me / Remembrance of my father-in-law
Ham IV.v.176 [Ophelia to Laertes] There's rosemary, that's for remembrance. / Pray you, love, remember
KJ V.ii.2 [Lewis the Dauphin to Melun, of a treaty] keep it safe for our remembrance
KJ V.vi.12 [Hubert as if to his memory, of not recognizing the Bastard] Unkind remembrance!
LLL V.ii.805 [Princess to King] Raining the tears of lamentation / For the remembrance of my father's death
Mac II.iii.59 [Lennox to Macbeth, of the storm] My young remembrance cannot parallel / A fellow to it
Mac V.i.33 [Doctor to Gentlewoman, of Lady Macbeth] I will set down what comes from her, to satisfy my remembrance the more strongly
MND IV.i.166 [Demetrius to Theseus] my love to Hermia ... seems to me now / As the remembrance of an idle gaud Which in my childhood I did dote upon
MND V.i.368 [Puck alone] the screech-owl ... / Puts the wretch that lies in woe / In remembrance of a shroud
MW IV.i.42 [Evans to William] I pray you have your remembrance, child [or: sense 2]
MW IV.ii.58 [Mistress Ford to Mistress Page, of hiding-places known to Ford] he hath an abstract for the remembrance of such places
Per V.iii.12 [Pericles to Thaisa, of Marina] by her own most clear remembrance, she / Made known herself my daughter
R2 II.i.14 [John of Gaunt to all] The setting sun, and music at the close, / As the last taste of sweets, is sweetest last, / Writ in remembrance more than things long past
R2 III.iv.107 [Gardener alone] Rue even for ruth here shortly shall be seen / In the remembrance of a weeping Queen
R3 II.i.120 [King Edward to all, of his memories of Clarence] All this from my remembrance brutish wrath / Sinfully plucked
R3 IV.iv.252 [King Richard to Queen Elizabeth] in the Lethe of thy angry soul / Thou drown the sad remembrance of those wrongs / Which thou supposest I have done to thee
R3 IV.iv.421 [King Richard to Queen Elizabeth, responding to ‘Shall I forget myself to be myself?’] Ay, if yourself's remembrance wrong yourself
R3 V.iii.234 [Richmond to Lords, of his dream] my heart is very jocund / In the remembrance of so fair a dream
Sonn 30.2 [] I summon up remembrance of things past
Sonn 5.12 []Beauty's effect with beauty were bereft, / Nor it nor no remembrance what it was
Tem I.ii.44 [Prospero to Miranda, of what she can remember] any thing ... that / Hath kept with thy remembrance [i.e. kept within your memory]
Tem I.ii.46 [Miranda to Prospero] rather like a dream than an assurance / That my remembrance warrants
Tem I.ii.65 [Miranda to Prospero] my heart bleeds / To think o'th' teen that I have turned you to, / Which is from my remembrance!
Tem II.i.236 [Antonio to Sebastian, of Gonzalo] this lord of weak remembrance
Tem V.i.138 [Alonso to Prospero] How sharp the point of this remembrance is!
Tem V.i.199 [Prospero to Alonso] Let us not burden our remembrances with / A heaviness that's gone
TG II.iv.193 [Proteus alone] the remembrance of my former love / Is by a newer object quite forgotten
Tim III.v.92 [Alcibiades to Senators] Call me to your remembrances
Tim III.vi.47 [Timon to all, of their not helping him] Let it not cumber your better remembrance
Tit III.i.239 [Messenger to Titus] woe is me to think upon thy woes / More than remembrance of my father's death
TN I.i.33 [Valentine to Orsino, of Olivia mourning her brother] in her sad remembrance
TN II.i.28 [Sebastian to Antonio, of Viola] I seem to drown her remembrance again with more [tears]
TN III.iv.223 [Viola as Cesario to Sir Toby] My remembrance is very free and clear from any image of offence done to any man
TN V.i.279 [Olivia to all, of Malvolio] A most extracting frenzy of mine own / From my remembrance clearly banished his
WT IV.ii.21 [Polixenes to Camillo, of Sicilia] whose very naming punishes me with the remembrance of that penitent
WT IV.iv.76 [Perdita to disguised Polixenes and Camillo] Grace and remembrance be to you both [i.e. may you be well remembered after your deaths]
WT V.i.25 [Dion to Paulina, of Leontes] You pity not the state, nor the remembrance / Of his most sovereign name
WT V.iii.40 [Leontes to Paulina, of Hermione's statue] thy majesty, which has / My evils conjured to remembrance
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