Shakespeare-Lexicon; A Complete Dictionary of All the English Words, Phrases and Constructions in the Works of the Poet Volume 1

Shakespeare-Lexicon; A Complete Dictionary of All the English Words, Phrases and Constructions in the Works of the Poet Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 edition. Excerpt: ...motion of the air and sounds: this music crept by me upon the waters, Tp. I, 2, 391. those dulcet sotmds that c. into the dreaming bridegroom's ear, Merch. Ill, 2, 52. let the sounds of music c. in our ears, V, 56. the invisible and--ing windr H5 HI Chor. 11.--in murmur and the porintf dark fills the wide vessel of the universe, IV Chor. 2. 5) to get into a hiding-place: tn thy weak hive a wandering wasp hath crept, Lucr. 839. my bfst way is to c. under his gaberdine, Tp. II, 2, 40. he miiy c. inhere, Wiv. Ill, 3, 133. 150. 111,5,148. IV, 2, 56. 59. c. in crannies, Err. II, 2, 31. now will he c. into sedges, Ado II, 1, 209. Ais jesting spirit is crept into a lute-string, HI, 2, 61. c. into acorn-cups, Mills. II, 1, 31. the, moon may through the centre, c. Ill, 2, 54. / roulil have crept into any alderman's thumb-ring, IMA II, 4, 364. the day is crept into the bosom of the sen, IIGB IV, 1, 2. to ntiike thy sepulchre and c.. into it far before thy time, IIdC I, I, 2."7. in those holes--tlifre were crept retlfclimj gems, R3 I, 4, 30. in the basket e. lluil. 111,4, 1U5. 6) to get to or into a place or thing se-feeble and day-wearied sun, John V, 4, 34. cf. IV, retly and unexpectedly: are you crept before 3,46. cus? Gentl. IV. 2, 18. are you crept hither to see the wrestling'! As I, 2, 165. the marriage with his brother's tcife has crept too near his conscience; no, his conscience has crept too near another lady, H8 II, 2, 18. how comes it he is to sojourn with you? how--s acquaintance Cymb. I, 4, 25 (a very odd expression; = how docs acquaintance come to be between you?). tke idea of her life shall sweetly c. into his study of imagination, Ado IV, 1,226. I feel this youth's perfections to c. in at mine eyes, Tw. I, 5, 317. cf. you shall secretly...show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236538628