This is a thesaurus of all the glosses to the words in the Glossary, linked to the lines in the texts where these words are found.

The Thesaurus is the opposite of the Glossary. When consulting the Glossary, you know the word and you want to find out what it means. When consulting the Thesaurus, you know the meaning and you want to find out which Shakespearean words express it. How would he say 'arrogant' or 'companion'? The options are listed when you search for these words.

Disclaimer: our Thesaurus is a guide only to the words in the Glossary, and not an account of the way these words might be used elsewhere in the canon, or in Early Modern English as a whole. For example, we include Shakespeare’s use of mother to mean 'womanish qualities', but not in its ordinary sense of 'parent'. You can read more background about the thesaurus here.

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Search phrase agree 33 items found
agree, ready to
accordant (adj.)
agree with
meet with (v.)
prettiness (n.)
agreeably maintained
easy-held (adj.)
agreed judgement
verdict (n.)
agreed previously
promised (adj.)
agreed procedure
condition (n.)
agreed settlement
composition (n.)
agreeing, always
yea-forsooth (adj.)
agreeing as one
concordant (adj.)
agreeing to a request, reason for
grant (n.)
agreement, be in
sort (v.),through, be
agreement, breaker of an
forfeiter (n.)
agreement, bring to
make whole
agreement, come to an
seal (v.)
agreement, come together in
congree (v.)
agreement, exclamation of
content (adj.)
agreement, in
tale, in a
agreement, joint/articles of
indenture (n.)
agreement, legal
covenant (n.)
agreement, make an
conclude (v.),indent (v.)
agreement, point of
convenience (n.)
agreement, pre-nuptial
pre-contract (n.)
agreement, proposal for
treaty (n.)
agreement, sign articles of
capitulate (v.)
agreement, special
specialty (n.)
agreement to transfer land possession
fine (n.)

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