‘say i am ‘<br>

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Personal ID: 1169

‘say i am ‘, 9 letters

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Alls Well That Ends Well

…essd in youth by our remembrances of days foregone such were our faults or then we thought them none her eye is sick ont i observe her now helena what is your pleasure madam countess you know helen i am a mother to you helena mine honourable mistress countess nay a mother why not a mother when i said a mother methought you saw a serpent whats in mother that you start at it i say i am your mother and put you in the catalogue of those that were enwombed mine tis often seen adoption strives with nature and choice breeds a native slip to us from foreign seeds you neer oppressd me with a mothers groan yet i express to you a mothers care gods mercy maiden does it curd thy blood to say i am thy mother whats the matter that this distempered messenger o…

Alls Well That Ends Well

…ther methought you saw a serpent whats in mother that you start at it i say i am your mother and put you in the catalogue of those that were enwombed mine tis often seen adoption strives with nature and choice breeds a native slip to us from foreign seeds you neer oppressd me with a mothers groan yet i express to you a mothers care gods mercy maiden does it curd thy blood to say i am thy mother whats the matter that this distempered messenger of wet the many colourd iris rounds thine eye why that you are my daughter helena that i am not countess i say i am your mother helena pardon madam the count rousillon cannot be my brother i am from humble he from honoured name no note upon my parents his all noble my master my dear lord he is and i his se…

Alls Well That Ends Well

…on strives with nature and choice breeds a native slip to us from foreign seeds you neer oppressd me with a mothers groan yet i express to you a mothers care gods mercy maiden does it curd thy blood to say i am thy mother whats the matter that this distempered messenger of wet the many colourd iris rounds thine eye why that you are my daughter helena that i am not countess i say i am your mother helena pardon madam the count rousillon cannot be my brother i am from humble he from honoured name no note upon my parents his all noble my master my dear lord he is and i his servant live and will his vassal die he must not be my brother countess nor i your mother helena you are my mother madam would you were so that my lord your son were not my broth…

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

… but life and not a serpents poison say our pleasure to such whose place is under us requires our quick remove from hence enobarbus i shall dot exeunt scene iii alexandria cleopatras palace enter cleopatra charmian iras and alexas cleopatra where is he charmian i did not see him since cleopatra see where he is whos with him what he does i did not send you if you find him sad say i am dancing if in mirth report that i am sudden sick quick and return exit alexas charmian madam methinks if you did love him dearly you do not hold the method to enforce the like from him cleopatra what should i do i do not charmian in each thing give him way cross him in nothing cleopatra thou teachest like a fool the way to lose him charmian tempt him not so too far…

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra

… make this a happy day to antony antony would thou and those thy scars had once prevaild to make me fight at land soldier hadst thou done so the kings that have revolted and the soldier that has this morning left thee would have still followed thy heels antony whos gone this morning soldier who one ever near thee call for enobarbus he shall not hear thee or from caesars camp say i am none of thine antony what sayst thou soldier sir he is with caesar eros sir his chests and treasure he has not with him antony is he gone soldier most certain antony go eros send his treasure after do it detain no jot i charge thee write to him i will subscribe gentle adieus and greetings say that i wish he never find more cause to change a master o my fortunes hav…

As You Like It

…heart as your gesture cries it out when your brother marries aliena shall you marry her i know into what straits of fortune she is driven and it is not impossible to me if it appear not inconvenient to you to set her before your eyes to morrow human as she is and without any danger orlando speakst thou in sober meanings rosalind by my life i do which i tender dearly though i say i am a magician therefore put you in your best array bid your friends for if you will be married to morrow you shall and to rosalind if you will enter silvius and phebe look here comes a lover of mine and a lover of hers phebe youth you have done me much ungentleness to show the letter that i writ to you rosalind i care not if i have it is my study to seem despiteful an…

Cymbeline

…n with rejoicing fires bright and britons strut with courage cloten come theres no more tribute to be paid our kingdom is stronger than it was at that time and as i said there is no moe such caesars other of them may have crookd noses but to owe such straight arms none cymbeline son let your mother end cloten we have yet many among us can gripe as hard as cassibelan i do not say i am one but i have a hand why tribute why should we pay tribute if caesar can hide the sun from us with a blanket or put the moon in his pocket we will pay him tribute for light else sir no more tribute pray you now cymbeline you must know till the injurious romans did extort this tribute from us we were free caesars ambition which swelld so much that it did almost str…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…n the worst side were it worse than the name of rebellion can tell how to make it servant you mistake me sir falstaff why sir did i say you were an honest man setting my knighthood and my soldiership aside i had lied in my throat if i had said so servant i pray you sir then set your knighthood and your soldiership aside and give me leave to tell you you in your throat if you say i am any other than an honest man falstaff i give thee leave to tell me so i lay aside that which grows to me if thou getst any leave of me hang me if thou takst leave thou wert better be hangd you hunt counter hence avaunt servant sir my lord would speak with you chief justice sir john falstaff a word with you falstaff my good lord god give your lordship good time of d…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…two shirts out with me and i mean not to sweat extraordinarily if it be a hot day and i brandish anything but a bottle i would i might never spit white again there is not a dangerous action can peep out his head but i am thrust upon it well i cannot last ever but it was alway yet the trick of our english nation if they have a good thing to make it too common if ye will needs say i am an old man you should give me rest i would to god my name were not so terrible to the enemy as it is i were better to be eaten to death with a rust than to be scoured to nothing with perpetual motion chief justice well be honest be honest and god bless your expedition falstaff will your lordship lend me a thousand pound to furnish me forth chief justice not a penny…

The Second Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…y tears and hear my deep fet groans the ruthless flint doth cut my tender feet and when i start the envious people laugh and bid me be advised how i tread ah humphrey can i bear this shameful yoke trowest thou that eer ill look upon the world or count them happy that enjoy the sun no dark shall be my light and night my day to think upon my pomp shall be my hell sometimes ill say i am duke humphreys wife and he a prince and ruler of the land yet so he ruld and such a prince he was as he stood by whilst i his forlorn duchess was made a wonder and a pointing stock to every idle rascal follower but be thou mild and blush not at my shame nor stir at nothing till the axe of death hang over thee as sure it shortly will for suffolk he that can do all i…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…e two lions litterd in one day and i the elder and more terrible and caesar shall go forth calpurnia alas my lord your wisdom is consumed in confidence do not go forth today call it my fear that keeps you in the house and not your own well send mark antony to the senate house and he shall say you are not well today let me upon my knee prevail in this caesar mark antony shall say i am not well and for thy humor i will stay at home enter decius heres decius brutus he shall tell them so decius caesar all hail good morrow worthy caesar i come to fetch you to the senate house caesar and you are come in very happy time to bear my greeting to the senators and tell them that i will not come today cannot is false and that i dare not falser i will not co…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…ommon suitors will crowd a feeble man almost to death ill get me to a place more void and there speak to great caesar as he comes along exit portia i must go in ay me how weak a thing the heart of woman is o brutus the heavens speed thee in thine enterprise sure the boy heard me brutus hath a suit that caesar will not grant o i grow faint run lucius and commend me to my lord say i am merry come to me again and bring me word what he doth say to thee exeunt severally act iii scene i rome before the capitol the senate sitting above a crowd of people among them artemidorus and the soothsayer flourish enter caesar brutus cassius casca decius metellus trebonius cinna antony lepidus popilius publius and others caesar the ides of march are come soothsa…

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…izen where do you dwell fourth citizen are you a married man or a bachelor second citizen answer every man directly first citizen ay and briefly fourth citizen ay and wisely third citizen ay and truly you were best cinna what is my name whither am i going where do i dwell am i a married man or a bachelor then to answer every man directly and briefly wisely and truly wisely i say i am a bachelor second citizen thats as much as to say they are fools that marry youll bear me a bang for that i fear proceed directly cinna directly i am going to caesars funeral first citizen as a friend or an enemy cinna as a friend second citizen that matter is answered directly fourth citizen for your dwelling briefly cinna briefly i dwell by the capitol third citi…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…f albanys palace enter goneril and her steward oswald gon did my father strike my gentleman for chiding of his fool osw ay madam gon by day and night he wrongs me every hour he flashes into one gross crime or other that sets us all at odds ill not endure it his knights grow riotous and himself upbraids us on every trifle when he returns from hunting i will not speak with him say i am sick if you come slack of former services you shall do well the fault of it ill answer horns within osw hes coming madam i hear him gon put on what weary negligence you please you and your fellows id have it come to question if he distaste it let him to our sister whose mind and mine i know in that are one not to be overruld idle old man that still would manage tho…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

… thee they may hurt old man you cannot see your way glou i have no way and therefore want no eyes i stumbled when i saw full oft tis seen our means secure us and our mere defects prove our commodities ah dear son edgar the food of thy abused fathers wrath might i but live to see thee in my touch ild say i had eyes again old man how now whos there edg aside o gods who ist can say i am at the worst i am worse than eer i was old man tis poor mad tom edg aside and worse i may be yet the worst is not so long as we can say this is the worst old man fellow where goest glou is it a beggarman old man madman and beggar too glou he has some reason else he could not beg i th last nights storm i such a fellow saw which made me think a man a worm my son came…

Loves Labours Lost

… to stop all good proceeding longaville he weeds the corn and still lets grow the weeding berowne the spring is near when green geese are a breeding dumain how follows that berowne fit in his place and time dumain in reason nothing berowne something then in rhyme longaville berowne is like an envious sneaping frost that bites the first born infants of the spring berowne well say i am why should proud summer boast before the birds have any cause to sing why should i joy in any abortive birth at christmas i no more desire a rose than wish a snow in mays new fangled shows but like of each thing that in season grows so you to study now it is too late climb oer the house to unlock the little gate king well sit out go home berowne adieu berowne no my…

The Merchant Of Venice

…hin sit like his grandsire cut in alabaster sleep when he wakes and creep into the jaundice by being peevish i tell thee what antonio i love thee and tis my love that speaks there are a sort of men whose visages do cream and mantle like a standing pond and do a wilful stillness entertain with purpose to be dressd in an opinion of wisdom gravity profound conceit as who should say i am sir oracle and when i ope my lips let no dog bark o my antonio i do know of these that therefore only are reputed wise for saying nothing when i am very sure if they should speak would almost damn those ears which hearing them would call their brothers fools ill tell thee more of this another time but fish not with this melancholy bait for this fool gudgeon this op…

The Taming Of The Shrew

…at a mighty man of such descent of such possessions and so high esteem should be infused with so foul a spirit sly what would you make me mad am not i christopher sly old slys son of burton heath by birth a pedlar by education a cardmaker by transmutation a bear herd and now by present profession a tinker ask marian hacket the fat ale wife of wincot if she know me not if she say i am not fourteen pence on the score for sheer ale score me up for the lyingst knave in christendom what i am not bestraught taking a pot of ale heres third servant o this it is that makes your lady mourn second servant o this is it that makes your servants droop lord hence comes it that your kindred shuns your house as beaten hence by your strange lunacy o noble lord b…

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…hostages and they shall be immediately deliverd first goth what says our general lucius aemilius let the emperor give his pledges unto my father and my uncle marcus and we will come march away exeunt scene ii rome before titus house enter tamora and her two sons demetrius and chiron disguised tamora thus in this strange and sad habiliment i will encounter with andronicus and say i am revenge sent from below to join with him and right his heinous wrongs knock at his study where they say he keeps to ruminate strange plots of dire revenge tell him revenge is come to join with him and work confusion on his enemies they knock and titus opens his study door above titus who doth molest my contemplation is it your trick to make me ope the door that so …