proper (adj.)
very, own
2H4 V.ii.109[King Henry V to Lord Chief Justice, of his father's words] a man so bold / That dares do justice on my proper son
AW IV.iii.24[Second Lord to First Lord] he that in this action contrives against his own nobility, in his proper stream o'erflows himself
Cor I.ix.56[Cominius to Martius] we'll put you - / Like one that means his proper harm - in manacles
Cym IV.ii.97[Cloten to Guiderius] When I have slain thee with my proper hand
E3 II.i.314[Warwick to King Edward] My proper harm should buy your highness' good
Ham V.ii.66[Hamlet to Horatio, of Claudius] Thrown out his angle for my proper life
JC V.iii.96.1[Brutus as if to dead Caesar] Thy spirit ... turns our swords / In our own proper entrails
MM III.i.30[disguised Duke to Claudio, of children] The mere effusion of thy proper loins
MM V.i.306[Escalus to disguised Duke, of Angelo] in the witness of his proper ear, / To call him villain
MM V.i.405[Duke to Isabella] The very mercy of the law cries out ... even from his proper tongue
Oth I.iii.69[Duke to Brabantio] though our proper son / Stood in your action
TC II.ii.90[Troilus to all] why do you now / The issue of your proper wisdoms rate
Tem III.iii.61.1[Ariel to Alonso, Sebastian, and Antonio] men hang and drown / Their proper selves
WT II.iii.139[Leontes to Antigonus, of the baby] The bastard brains with these my proper hands / Shall I dash out
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