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‘water in ‘, 9 letters

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The Comedy Of Errors

…nd that never meat sweet savourd in thy taste unless i spake or lookd or touchd or carvd to thee how comes it now my husband o how comes it that thou art then estranged from thyself thyself i call it being strange to me that undividable incorporate am better than thy dear selfs better part ah do not tear away thyself from me for know my love as easy mayst thou fall a drop of water in the breaking gulf and take unmingled thence that drop again without addition or diminishing as take from me thyself and not me too how dearly would it touch thee to the quick shouldst thou but hear i were licentious and that this body consecrate to thee by ruffian lust should be contaminate wouldst thou not spit at me and spurn at me and hurl the name of husband in…

The First Part Of King Henry The Fourth

…rgomasters and great oneyers such as can hold in such as will strike sooner than speak and speak sooner than drink and drink sooner than pray and yet zounds i lie for they pray continually to their saint the commonwealth or rather not pray to her but prey on her for they ride up and down on her and make her their boots cham what the commonwealth their boots will she hold out water in foul way gads she will she will justice hath liquord her we steal as in a castle cocksure we have the receipt of fernseed we walk invisible cham nay by my faith i think you are more beholding to the night than to fernseed for your walking invisible gads give me thy hand thou shalt have a share in our purchase as i and a true man cham nay rather let me have it as yo…

The Life Of King Henry The Fifth

…s is remembred of it the welshmen did good service in garden where leeks did grow wearing leeks in their monmouth caps which your majesty know to this hour is an honourable badge of the service and i do believe your majesty takes no scorn to wear the leek upon saint tavys day king henry i wear it for a memorable honour for i am welsh you know good countryman fluellen all the water in wye cannot wash your majestys welsh plood out of your pody i can tell you that got pless it and preserve it as long as it pleases his grace and his majesty too king henry thanks good my countryman fluellen by jeshu i am your majestys countryman care not who know it i will confess it to all the orld i need not be ashamd of your majesty praised be got so long as your…

Das King John

…there is not yet so ugly a fiend of hell as thou shalt be if thou didst kill this child hubert upon my soul bastard if thou didst but consent to this most cruel act do but despair and if thou wantst a cord the smallest thread that ever spider twisted from her womb will serve to strangle thee a rush will be a beam to hang thee on or wouldst thou drown thyself put but a little water in a spoon and it shall be as all the ocean enough to stifle such a villain up i do suspect thee very grievously hubert if i in act consent or sin of thought be guilty of the stealing that sweet breath which was embounded in this beauteous clay let hell want pains enough to torture me i left him well bastard go bear him in thine arms i am amazd methinks and lose my wa…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…ks rage blow you cataracts and hurricanoes spout till you have drenchd our steeples drownd the cocks you sulphrous and thought executing fires vaunt couriers to oak cleaving thunderbolts singe my white head and thou all shaking thunder strike flat the thick rotundity o th world crack natures moulds all germains spill at once that makes ingrateful man fool o nuncle court holy water in a dry house is better than this rain water out o door good nuncle in and ask thy daughters blessing heres a night pities nether wise men nor fools lear rumble thy bellyful spit fire spout rain nor rain wind thunder fire are my daughters i tax not you you elements with unkindness i never gave you kingdom calld you children you owe me no subscription then let fall yo…

S Much Ado About Nothing

…ne that hath two gowns and everything handsome about him bring him away o that i had been writ down an ass exeunt act v scene i the street near leonatos house enter leonato and his brother antonio ant if you go on thus you will kill yourself and tis not wisdom thus to second grief against yourself leon i pray thee cease thy counsel which falls into mine ears as profitless as water in a sieve give not me counsel nor let no comforter delight mine ear but such a one whose wrongs do suit with mine bring me a father that so lovd his child whose joy of her is overwhelmd like mine and bid him speak to me of patience measure his woe the length and breadth of mine and let it answer every strain for strain as thus for thus and such a grief for such in ev…

King Richard The Second

…pluckd from off their backs stand bare and naked trembling at themselves so when this thief this traitor bolingbroke who all this while hath revelld in the night whilst we were wandring with the antipodes shall see us rising in our throne the east his treasons will sit blushing in his face not able to endure the sight of day but self affrighted tremble at his sin not all the water in the rough rude sea can wash the balm off from an anointed king the breath of worldly men cannot depose the deputy elected by the lord for every man that bolingbroke hath pressd to lift shrewd steel against our golden crown god for his richard hath in heavenly pay a glorious angel then if angels fight weak men must fall for heaven still guards the right enter salisb…

The Life Of Timon Of Athens

…lcome uncover dogs and lap the dishes are uncovered and seen to he full of warm water some speak what does his lordship mean some other i know not timon may you a better feast never behold you knot of mouth friends smoke and lukewarm water is your perfection this is timons last who stuck and spangled with your flatteries washes it off and sprinkles in your faces throwing the water in their faces your reeking villainy live loathd and long most smiling smooth detested parasites courteous destroyers affable wolves meek bears you fools of fortune trencher friends times flies cap and knee slaves vapours and minute lacks of man and beast the infinite malady crust you quite oer what dost thou go soft take thy physic first thou too and thou stay i will…

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…es this my first born son and heir i tell you younglings not enceladus with all his threatning band of typhons brood nor great alcides nor the god of war shall seize this prey out of his fathers hands what what ye sanguine shallow hearted boys ye white limd walls ye alehouse painted signs coal black is better than another hue in that it scorns to bear another hue for all the water in the ocean can never turn the swans black legs to white although she lave them hourly in the flood tell the empress from me i am of age to keep mine own excuse it how she can demetrius wilt thou betray thy noble mistress thus aaron my mistress is my mistress this my self the vigour and the picture of my youth this before all the world do i prefer this maugre all the…

The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

…d with a mistress that when i look on you i can hardly think you my master valentine are all these things perceivd in me speed they are all perceivd without ye valentine without me they cannot speed without you nay thats certain for without you were so simple none else would but you are so without these follies that these follies are within you and shine through you like the water in an urinal that not an eye that sees you but is a physician to comment on your malady valentine but tell me dost thou know my lady silvia speed she that you gaze on so as she sits at supper valentine hast thou observd that even she i mean speed why sir i know her not valentine dost thou know her by my gazing on her and yet knowst her not speed is she not hard favour…