Tartar (n.)
someone from Tartary, C Asia; known for pitilessness; also, a stereotype of dark complexion
AW IV.iv.7[Helena to Widow] flinty Tartar's bosom
E3 II.i.71[King Edward to Lodowick, of writing about tears] That it may raise drops in a Tartar's eye
Mac IV.i.29[Third Witch to all] Nose of Turk, and Tartar's lips
MND III.ii.101[Puck to Oberon, of his speed] Swifter than arrow from the Tartar's bow
MND III.ii.263.2[Lysander to Hermia] out, tawny Tartar, out
MV IV.i.32[Duke to Shylock] Tartars never trained / To offices of tender courtesy
RJ I.iv.5[Benvolio to Romeo] a Tartar's painted bow of lath
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