heart (n.)
courage, spirit, valour
AC III.xiii.198[Enobarbus alone, of Antony] A diminution in our captain's brain / Restores his heart
Cor II.iii.203[Brutus to Citizens] had your bodies / No heart among you?
Cor V.vi.99[Aufidius to Lords] men of heart / Looked wondering each at others
KL V.iii.131[disguised Edgar to Edmund] Despite ... / Thy valour and thy heart, thou art a traitor
TS IV.v.77[Hortensio alone, of Petruchio's success] this has put me in heart
TS V.ii.170[Katherina to Widow and Bianca] My heart as great [as yours]
WT IV.iii.105[Autolycus to Clown] I am no fighter. I am false of heart that way
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