‘go alone ‘<br>

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Personal ID: 2271

‘go alone ‘, 9 letters

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As You Like It

…by some indirect means or other for i assure thee and almost with tears i speak it there is not one so young and so villainous this day living i speak but brotherly of him but should i anatomize him to thee as he is i must blush and weep and thou must look pale and wonder charles i am heartily glad i came hither to you if he come to morrow ill give him his payment if ever he go alone again ill never wrestle for prize more and so god keep your worship exit oliver farewell good charles now will i stir this gamester i hope i shall see an end of him for my soul yet i know not why hates nothing more than he yet hes gentle never schoold and yet learned full of noble device of all sorts enchantingly beloved and indeed so much in the heart of the world…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…l do well yet thou old and true menenius thy tears are salter than a younger mans and venomous to thine eyes my sometime general i have seen thee stern and thou hast oft beheld heart hardning spectacles tell these sad women tis fond to wail inevitable strokes as tis to laugh at em my mother you wot well my hazards still have been your solace and believet not lightly though i go alone like to a lonely dragon that his fen makes feard and talkd of more than seen your son will or exceed the common or be caught with cautelous baits and practice volumnia my first son whither wilt thou go take good cominius with thee awhile determine on some course more than a wild exposture to each chance that starts i th way before thee virgilia o the gods cominius …

The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

… as i discern it burneth in the capels monument bal it doth so holy sir and theres my master one that you love friar who is it bal romeo friar how long hath he been there bal full half an hour friar go with me to the vault bal i dare not sir my master knows not but i am gone hence and fearfully did menace me with death if i did stay to look on his intents friar stay then ill go alone fear comes upon me o much i fear some ill unthrifty thing bal as i did sleep under this yew tree here i dreamt my master and another fought and that my master slew him friar romeo alack alack what blood is this which stains the stony entrance of this sepulchre what mean these masterless and gory swords to lie discolourd by this place of peace enters the tomb romeo …