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NOTE. The addition of sub., adj., verb, adv. in brackets immediately after a word indicates that the word is
used as a substantive, adjective, verb, or adverb only in the passage or passages cited.

The compound words marked with an asterisk (*) are printed in F. 1 as two separate words.

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Blindfolds.
Bray (sub.)..

All-hating.

Almsman...

Appeal 2

V. 5 66 Bay-trees...... ii. 4 8
iii. 3 149 Bedrench... iii. 3 46 Care-tuned.... iii. 2

3 271

Apprenticehood

1 Lucrece, 130. (Used there with-
out the preposition from.)

2- to impeach; the participle
appealed -impeached, i. 1. 142.

VOL. II.

3 In fiscal sense. See note 137.

4 i.e. blank charters.

3 Venus and Adonis, 554.

6 Lucrece, 1085.

7 Lucrece, 598, 845.

Broad-spreading iii. 4 50 Conveyers.
Burthenous.... ii. 1 260 Craftsmen..
Crossly

iv. 1 317

i. 4 28

ii. 4

24

92

Daintiness....

V.

5

45

1 9 Beggar-fear.... i. 1 189 Chambered....

i. 1 149

Dangling.... iii.

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i.

4

42

i. 1
i. 3

96

189

481

8 In Qq. and F. 1 printed as two
words; demy, or demie, being
treated as an adj. But in Eng-
land's Parnassus (1600), where this
passage is quoted, the word is
printed demi-paradise.

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Act Sc. Line
Depressed..... iii. 4 68 Imp (verb). ii. 1 292 Plume-plucked iv. 1 108 Time-bewasted i. 3 221
Determinate(verb)i. 3 150 Imprese......

iii. 1 25 Portcullised... i. 3 167 Time-honoured i. 1 1
Disburdened.. ii. 1 229 Inhabitable.... i. 1 65 Proportionable ii. 2 125 Tormentors.... ii. 1 136
Discomfortable iii. 2 36 Intermixed 16.. V. 5 12 Pupil-like.

V. 1 31
Disorderly ii. 2 110

t'nbegot 23..... iii. 3 85
Disparked..... iii. 1

Justs (sub.).... V. 2
23

52 Refuge (verb)..
5 26 l'nbroke

iv. 1 215
Distaff-women. iii. 2 118

3

Regenerate (adj.) i. 70 Incontrolled 24 i. 3
Knightly (adv.)

90
i. 3 12
*Double-fatal.. iii, 2 117

i. 3 67 Uncurse

iii. 2 137
Drunkenly ii. 1 127 Lean-looked... ii. 4 11

i. 3 142 Undeaf
Regreet (verb).

ii. 1 16
Lean-witted... ii.

i.
1 115

3 186 Undeck..

iv. 1 250
Eagle-winged.. i. 3 129

Leased

ii. 1 59

Resignation ... iv. 1 179 Unhappied. iii. 1 10
Engaoled ...... i. 3 166

iv.
Lie-giver.

Restful 20
1

1

iv.
68

12 Unhorse..

V. 3 19
ii. 2

i. 1
Right-drawn ..

40
3

Life-harming..
Falter

(iv. 1 220
iii.

Unkinged
26
2
Rival-hating .. i. 3 131

V. 5 37
Farm10 (verb).. i. 4 45

3

Maid-pale..... iii. 98 Rug-headed... ii. 1 156 Unpleased..... iii. 3
Farm11 (lease).

193
ii. 1 256
Make-peace.. i. 1 160

Unrestrained.. V. 3
*Fly-slow 12.... i. 3 150
Manual 17. iv. 1 25

Sea-walled .... iii. 4

43 Cnrightful

V. 1 63
Frequent13(intran.)v. 3 6
Misgoverned .. V. 2 5 Self-affrighted. iii. 2 53

Unstooping... i. 1 121
Gaunt.

ii. 1
Moat...... ii.

Self-born.
74
1

ii. 3
48

80 Unstringed....

i. 3 169

Self-mould.
Glazed 14

i. 2
ii.

Monarchize.... iii.
2 16
2 165

Unthrifts 25 ii. 3 122

Shrill-voiced V. 3 75
Grassy
iii. 3 50

Introdden 26. i. 2
I i. 1 119 Sickliness... ii. 1 142
Vearness 18.

Upstart (adj.).. ii. 3 192
Hairless 15.... iii. 2 112

ii. 2 127 Sky-aspiring... i. 3 130
*Harsh-resound-

Neuter.......
ii. 3 159 *Soon-believing i. 1

101 Vauntingly.... iv. 1 39
i. 3 135
ing...

Never-quenching v. 5 109 Sparkles (sub.) V. 3 21
Heavy-gaited..

iii.
2 15 Noblesse
iv. 1 119 Sprightfully... i. 3 3 *Walking-staff 27 iii. 3

151
1
*High-stomached i. 18

1

5 110 Well-disposed.. ii. 206
Oil-dried

Staggers 21
V.

i. 3 221 *Still-breeding V. 5 8 *Well-graced.. V. 2 24
Ill-erected
V. 1 2 Out-pray

V. 3 109 Stringless.. ii. 1 149 *Well-meaning ii. 1 123
Imagery....... V. 2 16 Oyster-wench.. i. 4 31 Sullens (sub.).. ii. 1 139 Whencesoever. ii. 3 22

Wistly28... V.

7
Partialize...... i. 1 120

Taxes (sub.)22..

ii. 1 246 Wrath-kindled i. 1 152
9 Lucrece, 1768.
Party-verdict.. i. 3 231

Tender-hearted iii, 3 100
10 In the sense of to let on lease. Pines 19........ v. 1 77
11 In the expression “in farm."

23 Unbegotten occurs in King
12 The reading of F. 2, All the

20 Sonn, lxvi. 1.

John, iv. 3. 54.
other old copies (Qq and F.I, F. 16 Sonn, ci. 8.

21 Used transitively in the sense 24 Venus and Adonis, 104; Lu.
3, F. 4) read (substantially) sly 17 Venus and Adonis, 516. of "to make to reel;" used in crece, 645.
slowe.

19 In this passage F. 1 has near. sense of "to make to hesitate." 25 Sonn. ix. 9; xiii, 13.
13 Used transitively, Timon, i. ness hyphened with the preceding * to lewilder,” Henry VIII. ii. Untrod occurs inJuliusCæsar,
1. 117; Pericles, ir. 6. 102.
word neighbour.
4. 212.

iii. 1. 138.
14 Sonn. xxiv. 8; Lover's Com- 19 As a transitive verb; so used 22 Used, in fiscal sense, only in 27 Not hyphened in old copies.
plaint, 286.

in Venus and Adonis, 602: but this passage. The verb occurs 28 Venus and Adonis, 36; Lu-
15 Venus and Adonis, 187. nowhere else by Shakespeare. frequently

crece, 1355 ; Pilgrim, 89.
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