1H6 II.ii.58 | [Talbot to all, of the Countess of Auvergne] I mean to prove this lady's courtesy |

1H6 II.iv.98 | [Richard to Somerset, of the slur against his father] And that I'll prove on better men than Somerset [i.e. by combat] |

Cor I.vi.62.1 | [Martius to Cominius, of his desire to fight] Filling the air with swords advanced and darts, / We prove this very hour [i.e. put ourselves to the proof] |

Cor IV.v.96 | [Coriolanus to Aufidius] if ... to prove more fortunes / Th' art tired |

Cor V.i.61.2 | [Menenius to Brutus, of Coriolanus] I'll prove him |

Cym I.vi.38 | [Cornelius to himself, of the Queen's drugs] first ... she'll prove on cats and dogs |

Ham III.ii.212 | [First Player as King to his Queen] a question left us yet to prove |

KL IV.vi.90 | [Lear to all] There's my gauntlet; I'll prove it on a giant [i.e. challenge even a giant] |

KL V.iii.138 | [disguised Edgar to Edmund] To prove upon thy heart ... / Thou liest |

KL V.iii.92 | [Albany to Edmund] If none appear to prove upon thy person / Thy ... treasons |

MA I.iii.68 | [Don John to Borachio and Conrade] Shall we go prove what's to be done? |

MW I.iii.90 | [Pistol to Nym] I to Ford shall eke unfold / How Falstaff, varlet vile, / His dove will prove [i.e. test the faithfulness of his wife] |

Sonn.26.14 | [] Then may I dare to boast how I do love thee, / Till then, not show my head where thou mayst prove me |

TS IV.iii.143 | [Grumio to Tailor, of the instructions he claims to have given for a gown] that I'll prove upon thee [i.e. by fighting] |

Ven.40 | [of Adonis and Venus] The steed is stalled up, and even now / To tie the rider she begins to prove |

Ven.608 | [of Venus] She hath assayed as much as may be proved |

WT I.ii.443 | [Camillo to Polixenes] I / Have uttered truth; which if you seek to prove, / I dare not stand by |