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Search phrase: ache

Plays

 11 result(s).
PlayKey LineModern TextOriginal Text
HamletHam V.i.91to play at loggats with them? Mine ache to think on't.to play at Loggets with 'em? mine ake to thinke on't.
Henry IV Part 22H4 V.i.76sad brow, will do with a fellow that never had the achesadde brow) will doe, with a Fellow, that neuer had the Ache
Henry VIIIH8 V.iv.87Stand close up, or I'll make your head ache.Stand close vp, or Ile make your head ake.
King JohnKJ IV.i.41Have you the heart? When your head did but ache,Haue you the heart? When your head did but ake,
Measure for MeasureMM III.i.133That age, ache, penury, and imprisonmentThat Age, Ache, periury, and imprisonment
Much Ado About NothingMA V.i.26Charm ache with air and agony with words.Charme ache with ayre, and agony with words,
OthelloOth III.iv.142For let our finger ache, and it induesFor let our finger ake, and it endues
Romeo and JulietRJ II.v.26Fie, how my bones ache! What a jaunce have I!Fie how my bones ake, what a iaunt haue I had?
The Comedy of ErrorsCE III.i.58.2Let him knock till it ache.Let him knocke till it ake. 
Timon of AthensTim III.v.96.1My wounds ache at you.My wounds ake at you.
Troilus and CressidaTC V.iii.105such an ache in my bones that unless a man were curstsuch an ache in my bones; that vnlesse a man were curst,

Poems

 2 result(s).
PlayKey LineModern TextOriginal Text
The Rape of LucreceLuc.1116 To see the salve doth make the wound ache more; "To see the salue doth make the wound ake more:
Venus and AdonisVen.875 Like a milch doe, whose swelling dugs do ache, Like a milch Doe, whose swelling dugs do ake,

Glossary

 71 result(s).
Acheron[pron: 'akeron] Underworld abyss and river, which souls of the dead must cross
approacherone who approaches
bachelorunmarried person [man or woman]
bacheloryoung man
beachedhaving a beach, shingly, sandy
bone-ache, Neapolitan[pain in the bones from Naples] syphilis, venereal disease
bribedstolen, thieved, poached
broachednewly begun, freshly started
buybetray, exploit, treat treacherously
carriageloop attached to a belt for holding a sword
Charon[pron: 'kairon] guardian of the Underworld; ferryman who carried the souls of the dead across the River Acheron
coacher[Q variant of torcher, unclear meaning] coach, chariot
coursesail attached to the lower yards of a sailing ship
dishonestlytreacherously
dominieteacher, schoolmaster
empleached, impleachedentwined, intertwined, interwoven
endearedattached in honour, bound by affection
even-pleachedwith branches evenly layered
expiatereached, fully arrived
faith-breachbreach of faith, treason, treachery
falsetreacherous, traitorous, perfidious
false-heartfalse-hearted, treacherous
falsehooddisloyalty, treachery, faithlessness
falselytreacherously, deceitfully, dishonestly
Fatestrio of goddesses who control human destiny: Atropos (‘the inflexible’) cuts the thread of life allotted and spun by Lachesis (‘the distributor’) and Clotho (‘the spinner’)
fraudfulfraudulent, treacherous, deceitful
GoodwinsGoodwin Sands; treacherous sands for shipping off the Kent coast
guilecunning, deceit, treachery
guiledtreacherous, deceiving, full of guile
hangerloop or strap attached to a sword belt, from which a sword may be hung
Hectorson of Priam, married to Andromache; the bravest Trojan, who led out their army to battle
high-stomachedproud, haughty, stubborn
humouredexpressing a particular disposition; lying, treacherous
ill-annexedbadly added, adversely attached
impartialindifferent, disinterested, detached
impleachedentwined, intertwined, interwoven
ingraftclosely attached, associated [with]
jess[falconry] short strap fastened to a hawk's legs [to which the leash is attached]
knaverytreachery, trap, trickery
linenpale, pallid, bleached
loosemarksman not attached to a company
masterteacher, schoolmaster
mustachiomoustached, bewhiskered
mustachiomoustache
Neapolitan bone-ache[pain in the bones from Naples] syphilis, venereal disease
parrot-teacherchatterer, babbler, empty talker
pedagogus[Latin] teacher
pedantteacher, schoolmaster
perfidioustreacherous, unfaithful, disloyal
pleachedintertwined, folded, bound together
pleachedwith hedges made of interlaced branches
practicetrickery, treachery
pridehighest point reached by a bird of prey before swooping down
resortvisits, visitings, approaches
shent[from earlier verb ‘shend’] blamed, rebuked, reproached
slipperyfickle, treacherous, uncertain
stomacherpiece of clothing used by women under their bodice to help cover the chest
subtletricky, deceptive, treacherous
subtlydeceitfully, treacherously, deceptively
tenderfond of comfort, attached to the easy life
thick-pleachedthickly hedged, with hedges made of closely interlaced branches
traitorlytraitorous, treacherous
treachertraitor, deceiver, cheat
treacherouslydespicably, contemptibly, in a cowardly manner
treasontreachery, betrayal, deceitfulness
trustlesstreacherous, untrustworthy, unreliable
unattainteddispassionate, detached, unprejudiced
unattempteduntempted, unseduced, unapproached
unpartialimpartial, detached, neutral
whitsterlinen-bleacher, whitener of clothing
wringingaches and pains

Thesaurus

 50 result(s).
aches and painswringing
adversely attachedill-annexed
approaches, one whoapproacher
attached in honourendeared
attached, adverselyill-annexed
attached, closelyingraft
bleachedlinen
cloth case attached to breechescodpiece
company, marksman not attached to aloose
detachedunpartial
detachedunattainted
detachedimpartial
easy life, attached to thetender
highest point reached by a bird of prey before swooping downpride
honour, attached inendeared
linen-bleacherwhitster
marksman not attached to a companyloose
moustachemustachio
moustachedmustachio
poachedbribed
point, highest [reached by a bird of prey before swooping down]pride
reachedexpiate
reproachedshent
sands, treacherousGoodwins
strap attached to a sword belthanger
teacherpedagogus
teacherpedant
teachermaster
teacherdominie
treacheroushumoured
treacherousguiled
treacheroussubtle
treacherousslippery
treacherousperfidious
treacheroustrustless
treacheroustraitorly
treacherousfalse-heart
treacherousfraudful
treacherousfalse
treacherouslyfalsely
treacherouslysubtly
treacherouslydishonestly
treacherously, treatbuy
treacheryfalsehood
treacheryknavery
treacheryguile
treacheryfaith-breach
treacherypractice
treacherytreason
unapproachedunattempted

Words Families

 8 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
ACHEBASICache n, ache v, aching adj
ACHEPART OF BODYbone-ache n, heartache n, toothache n
ACHENOTunaching adj
UNACHINGBASICsee ACHE
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