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Search phrase: plant

Plays

 24 result(s).
PlayKey LineModern TextOriginal Text
All's Well That Ends WellAW II.iii.155It is in us to plant thine honour whereIt is in Vs to plant thine Honour, where
Antony and CleopatraAC IV.vi.9Plant those that have revolted in the vant,Plant those that haue reuolted in the Vant,
CoriolanusCor III.iii.35Supplied with worthy men! Plant love among's!Supplied with worthy men, plant loue amongs
Henry IV Part 11H4 I.i.81Amongst a grove the very straightest plant,Among'st a Groue, the very straightest Plant,
Henry IV Part 11H4 I.iii.174An plant this thorn, this canker Bolingbroke?And plant this Thorne, this Canker Bullingbrooke?
Henry VH5 V.ii.345Plant neighbourhood and Christian-like accordPlant Neighbour-hood and Christian-like accord
Henry VI Part 11H6 II.v.80They laboured to plant the rightful heir,They laboured, to plant the rightfull Heire,
Henry VI Part 33H6 I.i.48I'll plant Plantagenet, root him up who dares.Ile plant Plantagenet, root him vp who dares:
Henry VI Part 33H6 II.iii.54This may plant courage in their quailing breasts;This may plant courage in their quailing breasts,
Henry VI Part 33H6 III.iii.124That this his love was an eternal plant,That this his Loue was an externall Plant,
Henry VI Part 33H6 V.v.62How sweet a plant have you untimely cropped!How sweet a Plant haue you vntimely cropt:
King LearKL I.i.223.1Could never plant in me.Should neuer plant in me.
Love's Labour's LostLLL IV.iii.325And plant in tyrants mild humility.And plant in Tyrants milde humilitie.
MacbethMac I.iv.29I have begun to plant thee, and will labourI haue begun to plant thee, and will labour
MacbethMac III.i.128I will advise you where to plant yourselves,I will aduise you where to plant your selues,
OthelloOth I.iii.318are gardeners. So that if we will plant nettles or soware Gardiners. So that if we will plant Nettels, or sowe
Richard IIR2 V.i.63To plant unrightful kings, wilt know again,To plant vnrightfull Kings, wilt know againe,
Richard IIR2 V.iii.125Or in thy piteous heart plant thou thine ear,Or in thy pitteous heart, plant thou thine eare,
Richard IIIR3 II.ii.100And plant your joys in living Edward's throne.And plant your ioyes in liuing Edwards Throne.
Richard IIIR3 III.vii.215But we will plant some other in the throneBut we will plant some other in the Throne,
Romeo and JulietRJ II.iii.26Full soon the canker death eats up that plant.Full soone the Canker death eates vp that Plant.
The Two Noble KinsmenTNK III.vi.293In which I'll plant a pyramid; and whether,In which Ile plant a Pyramid; and whether
The Winter's TaleWT IV.i.9To plant and o'erwhelm custom. Let me passTo plant, and ore-whelme Custome. Let me passe
Twelfth NightTN II.iii.166work with him. I will plant you two, and let the foolworke with him, I will plant you two, and let the Foole

Glossary

 48 result(s).
aconitumvariety of highly poisonous plant, aconite
balmaromatic plant, fragrant herb
blossomsprime, peak, full flowering [as of a plant]
cankergrub that destroys plant buds and leaves, cankerworm, parasite
changesubstitute, replace, supplant
cyme[debated reading] plant-top, head of a plant; drug which induces vomiting
displanttransplant, remove, displace
drugpoisonous plant
engraffdeep-rooted, firmly implanted
graffgrafted plant
graftinsert, implant, make grow
hardokevariety of weedy plant, possibly burdock
hebonapoisonous plant [identity not known, perhaps henbane]
hemlockvariety of poisonous plant
herbplant
infantyoung plant [figurative use]
infiximplant, fasten onto
ingrafteddeep-rooted, firmly implanted
kecksievariety of hollow-stalked plant
long-ingraffedlong-implanted, long-engrafted, habitual
mallowvariety of wild plant
mandragoramandrake plant [seen as a narcotic]
mandrakevariety of poisonous plant [thought to emit a lethal shriek when pulled from the ground]
mandrakevariety of poisonous plant [whose long forked root was thought to resemble a man's legs and private parts; thus, with aphrodisiac properties]
nip[as of pinching off the buds on a plant] cut short one's growth, check one's development
nose-herbscented plant, herb for smelling [as opposed to eating]
peascodpea-plant, pea-pod
plantfix in the ground, set up, place
plantset up, establish, introduce
plantfoot, sole of the foot
plantinstall, set up, put in place
plantagevegetation, plant-life
Plantagenet[pron: plan'tajinit] name of an English royal dynasty, which ruled from the accession of Henry II (1154) to the death of Richard III (1485); from Latin planta genista 'sprig of bloom', worn as a crest by Geoffrey, Count of Anjou, the father of Henry II, from whom the house is also called the Anjou or Angevin dynasty
plantainvariety of medicinal herb
plantationcolonization, colonial settlement
plantinginstalling, stationing, establishing
Priapus[priy'aypus] Greek god of human and plant fertility
rye-strawmade of straw from the rye plant
sampire, samphirearomatic marine plant, used in pickles
sedgevariety of grassy plant, rush
settleddeep-rooted, firmly implanted
sky-plantedfrom a heavenly location, positioned in the skies
supplantget rid of, root out
sweetsweet-scented flower, fragrant plant
usurpsupplant, oust, impersonate
vegetiveplant, vegetable
winter-ground[of plants] cover so as to protect from winter harshness
wormwoodabsinthe plant, known for its bitter taste

Thesaurus

 84 result(s).
absinthe plantwormwood
aromatic plantfennel
aromatic plantrosemary
aromatic plantherb
aromatic plantsampire, samphire
aromatic plantsweet
aromatic, plantrue
covering, winter [for plants]winter-ground
grafted plantgraff
grub that destroys plantscanker
head of a plantcyme
implantgraft
implantinfix
implanted, firmlyingrafted
implanted, firmlysettled
long-implantedlong-ingraffed
mandrake plantmandragora
marine plantsampire, samphire
outgrowth [as of a plant]shoot
pea-plantpeascod
plantcarduus benedictus
plantvegetive
plantDian's bud
plantnip
plantblossoms
plantmallow
plantpotato
plantcanker-blossom
planteglantine
plantfumiter
plantbroom-grove
plantgillyvor
plantkecksie
plantleaf
planthoney-stalk
plantfurze
plantbladed
plantsenna
plantcuckoo-bud
plantflag
plantgoss
plantwormwood
plantcrowflower
plantcanker
plantlong purple
plantherb
plantnose-herb
plantdead men's fingers
plant, aromaticrue
plant, aromaticfennel
plant, aromaticrosemary
plant, aromaticherb
plant, aromaticsampire, samphire
plant, aromaticbalm
plant, aromaticsweet
plant, attacked by grubcanker
plant, graftedgraff
plant, grassysedge
plant, mandrakemandragora
plant, poisonousdrug
plant, poisonousaconitum
plant, poisonoushebona
plant, poisonousmandrake
plant, poisonoushemlock
plant, variety of weedyhardoke
plant, younginfant
plant-lifeplantage
plants, grub that destroyscanker
plant-topcyme
poisonous planthemlock
poisonous planthebona
poisonous plantdrug
poisonous plantaconitum
poisonous plant mandrake
rush [plant]sedge
rush [plant]flag
rye plantrye-straw
scented plantnose-herb
straw from the rye plantrye-straw
supplantusurp
supplantchange
transplantdisplant
winter covering [for plants]winter-ground
young plantinfant

Themes and Topics

 2 result(s).
Plants...es of flowers, herbs, shrubs, and other plant s are the same as in modern english, the...
...rates these differences, but excludes plant s used as food (lettuce, potato, etc); d...
...al entries in the glossary. clusters of plant names can be found at ham iv.v.176,ff, ...
... h5 v.ii.49 leguminosae: trifolium plant ‘brought sweetly forth’ in meadows ...
...eaning several species of long grassy plant growing in wet places violet ha...
...4 labiatae: mentha viridis aromatic plant used in cookery; one of the ‘flowers of...
...dle age’ nose-herb aw iv.v.16 plant for smelling distinguished from herbs...
...lliferae: crithmum maritinum aromatic plant used in pickles savory wt iv.iv...
...mble buttocks or female genitalia plant ain tnk i.ii.61 ...
...ain tnk i.ii.61 plant aginaceae: ...
...aginaceae: plant ago major herb for treating wounds ...
...ssociated with grief, unrequited love plant s viewed as unpleasant item examp...
...e; aconitum napellus highly poisonous plant burdock [f hardokes] kl iv.iv.4...
...tusifolius ‘hateful’ weed; one of the plant s ‘losing both beauty and utility’ ...
...am i.v.62 unclear meaning poisonous plant , perhaps henbane hemlock kl iv....
...ies h5 v.ii.52 hollow-stemmed weedy plant s associated with ...
...s associated with plant s ‘losing both beauty and utility’ ...
...e: malva sylvestris common hairy wild plant mandrake rj iv.iii.47 solanac...
...47 solanaceae: mandragora poisonous plant , whose roots resemble the lower human b...
...i.52 compositae: carduus one of the plant s ‘losing both beauty and utility’ ...
...ositae: artemisia absinthium absinthe plant , proverbial for its bitter taste ...
Gods and goddesses...he god priapus greek god of human and plant fertility proserpine / proserpina...

Words Families

 16 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
DISPLANTBASICsee PLANT
KNOTPART OF BODYPLANT
LARKBASICPLANT
PLANTBASICplant n, plant v, plantage n, plantation n
PLANTACTIONreplant v, supplant v
PLANTPLACEsky-planted adj
PLANTTIMEnew-planted adj
PLANTTYPEplantain n
PLANTNOTdisplant v, displanting n
REPLANTBASICsee PLANT
SUPPLANTBASICsee PLANT
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