fare ... well
1H4 V.iv.86 [Prince Hal to dead Hotsput] Fare thee well, great heart!
2H4 I.ii.228 [Lord Chief Justice to Falstaff] Fare you well.
2H4 II.ii.159 [Prince Henry to Bardolph and Page] Fare you well
2H4 II.iv.377 [Hostess to Falstaff] Well, fare thee well
2H4 III.ii.280 [Falstaff to Shallow and Silence] Fare you well, gentlemen both
2H4 IV.iii.83 [Prince John to Falstaff] Fare you well, Falstaff
3H6 IV.vii.48 [Montgomery to Edward] Then fare you well
AC I.ii.112 [Antony to Messenger] Fare thee well awhile
AC III.ii.39 [Caesar to Octavia] Farewell, my dearest sister, fare thee well
AC IV.iii.2 [Second Soldier to First Soldier, of the next day's battle] It will determine one way. Fare you well
AC IV.iv.29 [Antony to Cleopatra] Fare thee well, dame
AC V.ii.313 [Charmian to dead Cleopatra] So, fare thee well
AW II.i.145 [King to Helena] Fare thee well, kind maid
AW II.i.98 [Lafew to Helena] Fare you well
AW II.iii.212 [Lafew to Parolles] So, my good window of lattice, fare thee well
AW II.v.42 [Lafew to Bertram] Fare you well, my lord
AW IV.iii.312 [First Lord to Parolles] but fare you well
AW IV.iii.318 [First Soldier to Parolles] Fare ye well, sir
AYL I.ii.184 [Rosalind to Orlando] Fare you well
AYL I.ii.217 [Duke Frederick to Orlando] fare thee well, thou art a gallant youth
AYL I.ii.245 [Rosalind to Orlando] Fare you well
AYL I.ii.272 [Le Beau to Orlando] Sir, fare you well
AYL I.ii.275 [Orlando to Le Beau] I rest much bounden to you: fare you well
AYL III.v.63 [Rosalind to Silvius,of Phebe] So take her to thee, shepherd. Fare you well
AYL V.ii.115 [Rosalind as Ganymede to all] So fare you well
AYL.I.ii.237 [Celia to Orlando] Fare you well, fair gentleman
CE III.ii.186 [Angelo to Antipholus of Syracuse] You are a merry man, sir. Fare you well
Cor I.iii.107 [Valeria to Virgilia] Fare you well, then
Cor I.v.17 [Martius to Lartius] My work hath yet not warmed me. Fare you well
Cor II.iii.150 [Sicinius to Coriolanus and Menenius] Fare you well
Cor IV.i.44 [Coriolanus to all] Fare ye well
Cym I.vi.84 [Queen to Pisanio] Fare thee well
Cym III.v.15 [Lucius to Cymbeline] Fare you well
H5 I.ii.298 [King Henry to the French Ambassadors] Fare you well
H5 III.vi.160 [King Henry to Montjoy] and so, Montjoy, fare you well
H5 IV.i.215 [Williams to disguised King Henry] Keep thy word. Fare thee well
H5 IV.iii.126 [Montjoy to King Henry] And so fare thee well: / Thou never shalt hear herald any more
H5 V.i.75 [Gower to Pistol] let a Welsh correction teach you a good English condition. Fare ye well
H8 I.i.211 [Buckingham to Abergavenny] >O my Lord Aberga'nny, fare you well!
H8 III.ii.349 [Norfolk to Wolsey] So fare you well, my little good lord Cardinal
Ham I.ii.251 [Hamlet to all] I will requite your loves. So fare you well
Ham I.v.88 [Ghost to Hamlet] Fare thee well at once
Ham II.i.69 [Polonius to Reynaldo] God bye ye, fare ye well
Ham II.ii.218 [Polonius to Hamlet] Fare you well, my lord
Ham III.iii.33 [Polonius to Claudius] Fare you well, my liege.
Ham IV.v.169 [Ophelia to her imaginings] Fare you well, my dove!
JC I.ii.283 [Casca to Cassius] Fare you well
JC III.i.14 [Popilius to Cassius] Fare you well
JC III.i.150 [Antony to dead Caesar] Fare thee well
JC V.iii.99 [Brutus to dead Cassius] The last of all the Romans, fare thee well!
JC V.v.39 [Brutus to all] So fare you well at once
JC V.v.49 [Strato to Brutus] Fare you well, my lord
KJ III.iii.69 [King John to Elinor] Madam, fare you well
KJ III.iv.99 [Constance to King Philip] Fare you well
KJ V.ii.160 [Lewis the Dauphin to Bastard] We grant thou canst outscold us. Fare thee well!
KL I.i.180 [Kent to Lear] Fare thee well, King
KL II.i.13 [Curan to Edmund] Fare you well, sir
KL IV.ii.24 [Gonerill to Edmund] Conceive; and fare thee well
KL IV.v.36 [Regan to Oswald] So fare you well
KL IV.v.40 [Regan to Oswald] Fare thee well
KL IV.vi.32 [disguised Edgar to Gloucester] Now fare ye well, good sir
KL IV.vi.41 [Gloucester to disguised Edgar] Now, fellow, fare thee well
KL IV.vii.95 [Gentleman to disguised Kent] Fare you well, sir
KL V.i.50 [Albany to disguised Kent] Why, fare thee well. I will o'erlook thy paper
LLL I.ii.125 [Dull to Armado] Fare you well
LLL II.i.182 [Dumaine to Boyet, of Katharine] Monsieur, fare you well
LLL III.i.153 [Costard to Berowne] Fare you well
MA II.iii.248 [Beatrice to Benedick] fare you well
MA III.v.48 [Leonato to Dogberry] Drink some wine ere you go. Fare you well
MA IV.i.101 [Claudio to Hero] But fare thee well, most foul, most fair!
MA V.i.178 [Benedick to Claudio] Fare you well, boy
MA V.i.48 [Leonato to Don Pedro] Well, fare you well, my lord
MA V.ii.44 [Beatrice to Benedick] fare you well now
MA V.iii.28 [Dpon Pedro to attendants] Thanks to you all, and leave us: fare you well
Mac IV.iii.111 [Macduff to Malcolm] Fare thee well!
Mac IV.iii.34 [Macduff to Malcolm] Fare thee well, lord!
Mac V.vi.6 [Seyward to Malcolm] Fare you well
MM I.i.58 [Duke to Angelo and Escalus] So fare you well.
MM II.i.239 [Escalus to Pompey] So, for this time, Pompey, fare you well
MM II.ii.142 [Angelo to Isabella] Fare you well
MM III.i.268 [Isabella to disguised Duke] Fare you well, good father
MM III.ii.247 [Escalus to disguised Duke] Fare you well
MM IV.iii.161 [disguised Duke to Lucio] Fare ye well
MM IV.iv.16 [Escalus to Angelo] Fare you well
MND II.i.245 [Oberon to helena] Fare thee well, nymph
MND II.ii.137 [Helena to Lysander] But fare you well
MND III.ii.243 [Helena to Lysander, Demetrius, and Hermia] But fare ye well
MV I.i.103 [Gratiano to Antonio] Fare ye well awhile
MV I.i.110 [Antonio to Gratiano] Fare you well
MV I.i.58 [Solanio to Antonio] Fare ye well
MV II.ii.190 [Bassanio to Gratiano] But fare you well
MV II.iii.4 [Jessica to Launcelot] But fare thee well, there is a ducat for thee
MV II.vii.73 [Morocco reading from a scroll] Fare you well, your suit is cold
MV III.iv.40 [Portia to Lorenzo] So fare you well till we shall meet again
MV III.iv.44 [Portia to Jessica] Fare you well, Jessica
MV IV.i.262 [Antonio to Bassanio] Give me your hand, Bassanio, fare you well
MW II.ii.127 [Falstaff to Mistress Quickly] Fare thee well
MW III.ii.76 [Shallow to Ford] Well, fare you well.
MW IV.v.75 [Evans to Host] Fare you well
MW V.iii.6 [Mistress Page to Caius] Fare you well, sir
Per IV.vi.109 [Lysimachus to Marina] Fare thee well.
R2 II.iii.158 [York to Bolingbroke] So fare you well
R3 I.iv.100 [First Murderer to Brackenbury] Fare you well
TC I.ii.276 [Pandarus to Cressida] Fare you well, good niece
TC III.iii.299 [Thersites to Patroclus] Fare you well, with all my heart
TC V.vi.19 [Hector to Achilles] Fare thee well
Tem V.i.319 [Prospero to Ariel] to the elements / Be free, and fare thou well
Tim I.i.112 [Timon to Messenger] Fare you well
Tim I.i.266 [Second Lord to Apemantus] Fare thee well, fare thee well
Tim III.i.44 [Lucullus to Flaminius] Fare thee well
Tim III.ii.27 [Lucius to Servilius] You are kindly met, sir. Fare thee well
Tim IV.iii.100 [Alcibiades to Timon] Why, fare thee well
TN I.iii.57 [Maria to Sir Toby and Sir Andrew] Fare you well, gentlemen
TN I.v.271 [Olivia to Viola as Cesario] Fare you well
TN II.i.35 [Sebastian to Antonio] Fare ye well at once
TN III.iv.165 [Sir Toby, reading Sir Andrew's letter to Viola as Cesario] Fare thee well, and God have mercy upon one of our souls
TN III.iv.212 [Olivia to Viola as Cesario] Well, come again tomorrow. Fare thee well
TN IV.ii.56 [Feste as Sir Topas to Malvolio] Fare thee well; remain thou still in darkness
WT IV.iii.113 [Clown to Autolycus] Then fare thee well
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