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1.  We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;   King Henry V: IV, iii     (710 clicks)
2.  The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers.   King Henry VI, part II: IV, ii     (340 clicks)
3.  Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more;   King Henry V: III, i     (288 clicks)
4.  Now is the winter of our discontent   King Richard III: I, i     (268 clicks)
5.  That fought with us upon saint crispin's day.   King Henry V: IV, iii     (261 clicks)
6.  Your love deserves my thanks; but my desert   King Richard III: III, vii     (224 clicks)
7.  A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse!   King Richard III: V, iv     (214 clicks)
8.  This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this england,   King Richard II: II, i     (130 clicks)
9.  With the sweet silent hours of marriage joys   King Richard III: IV, iv     (84 clicks)
10.  Lest your retirement do amaze your friends.   King Henry IV, part I: V, iv     (84 clicks)
11.  And say 'to-morrow is saint crispian:'   King Henry V: IV, iii     (72 clicks)
12.  You would drink freely: but my love to ye   King Henry IV, part II: IV, ii     (71 clicks)
13.  With any passion of inflaming love,   King Henry VI, part I: V, v     (70 clicks)
14.  Item, anchovies and sack after supper, 2s. 6d.   King Henry IV, part I: II, iv     (69 clicks)
15.  Fight. king richard iii is slain. retreat and   King Richard III: V, v     (61 clicks)
16.  Since his addiction was to courses vain,   King Henry V: I, i     (60 clicks)
17.  You have no cause to hold my friendship doubtful:   King Richard III: IV, iv     (58 clicks)
18.  And tell sad stories of the death of kings;   King Richard II: III, ii     (56 clicks)
19.  A comfort of retirement lives in this.   King Henry IV, part I: IV, i     (56 clicks)
20.  Your hopes and friends are infinite.   King Henry VIII: III, i     (54 clicks)
21.  The sweetest sleep, and fairest-boding dreams   King Richard III: V, iii     (47 clicks)
22.  Alas poor york! but that I hate thee deadly,   King Henry VI, part III: I, iv     (46 clicks)
23.  Not-pated, agate-ring, puke-stocking, caddis-garter,   King Henry IV, part I: II, iv     (45 clicks)
24.  This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd isle,   King Richard II: II, i     (43 clicks)
25.  Sleeps in elysium; next day after dawn,   King Henry V: IV, i     (43 clicks)
26.  And friendship shall combine, and brotherhood:   King Henry V: II, i     (42 clicks)
27.  All scholars, lawyers, courtiers, gentlemen,   King Henry VI, part II: IV, iv     (40 clicks)
28.  Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.   King Henry IV, part II: III, i     (39 clicks)
29.  Would be argument for a week, laughter for a month   King Henry IV, part I: II, ii     (38 clicks)
30.  The fairest hand I ever touch'd! o beauty,   King Henry VIII: I, iv     (38 clicks)
31.  And thou mis-shapen dick, I tell ye all   King Henry VI, part III: V, v     (37 clicks)
32.  Thy truth and thy integrity is rooted   King Henry VIII: V, i     (36 clicks)
33.  That he may furnish and instruct great teachers,   King Henry VIII: I, ii     (36 clicks)
34.  Marriage is a matter of more worth   King Henry VI, part I: V, v     (36 clicks)
35.  Look you, and friendly communication; partly to   King Henry V: III, ii     (36 clicks)
36.  Your beauty: which did haunt me in my sleep   King Richard III: I, ii     (34 clicks)
37.  Will whisper music to my weary spirit.   King Henry IV, part II: IV, v     (34 clicks)
38.  As if an angel dropp'd down from the clouds,   King Henry IV, part I: IV, i     (34 clicks)
39.  That in the way of loyalty and truth   King Henry VIII: III, ii     (33 clicks)
40.  Such as she is, in beauty, virtue, birth,   King John: II, i     (33 clicks)
41.  Pretty little tiny kickshaws, tell william cook.   King Henry IV, part II: V, i     (33 clicks)
42.  Of teaching and of learning instantly.   King Henry IV, part I: V, ii     (33 clicks)
43.  Any retirement, any sequestration   King Henry V: I, i     (33 clicks)
44.  And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks   King Henry V: IV, iii     (33 clicks)
45.  Your beauty was the cause of that effect;   King Richard III: I, ii     (32 clicks)
46.  To his music plants and flowers   King Henry VIII: III, i     (32 clicks)
47.  Wear out the day in peace; but, ere sunset,   King John: III, i     (31 clicks)
48.  And let this world no longer be a stage   King Henry IV, part II: I, i     (31 clicks)
49.  Teacher. an the indentures be drawn, i'll away   King Henry IV, part I: III, i     (30 clicks)
50.  And say 'these wounds I had on crispin's day.'   King Henry V: IV, iii     (30 clicks)
51.  And I will take up that with 'give the devil his due.'   King Henry V: III, vii     (30 clicks)
52.  Above the border of this horizon,   King Henry VI, part III: IV, vii     (30 clicks)
53.  Unto this king of smiles, this bolingbroke,--   King Henry IV, part I: I, iii     (29 clicks)
54.  To drink small beer: all the realm shall be in   King Henry VI, part II: IV, ii     (29 clicks)
55.  The poop, but 'tis in the nose of thee; thou art the   King Henry IV, part I: III, iii     (29 clicks)
56.  Shall be my brother; be he ne'er so vile,   King Henry V: IV, iii     (29 clicks)
57.  With the sword and mace. king henry viii takes   King Henry VIII: II, iv     (28 clicks)
58.  So seems this gorgeous beauty to mine eyes.   King Henry VI, part I: V, iii     (28 clicks)
59.  He that shall live this day, and see old age,   King Henry V: IV, iii     (28 clicks)
60.  For clothing me in these grave ornaments.   King Henry VI, part I: V, i     (28 clicks)
61.  Fitter for sickness and for crazy age.   King Henry VI, part I: III, ii     (28 clicks)
62.  A friend.   King Henry V: IV, i     (28 clicks)
63.  Your hearts of sorrow and your eyes of tears:   King Richard II: IV, i     (27 clicks)
64.  We are but warriors for the working-day;   King Henry V: IV, iii     (27 clicks)
65.  Then call we this the field of agincourt,   King Henry V: IV, vii     (27 clicks)
66.  More wonderful, when angels are so angry.   King Richard III: I, ii     (27 clicks)
67.  More sins for this forgiveness prosper may.   King Richard II: V, iii     (27 clicks)
68.  By which the world's best garden be achieved,   King Henry V: V, ii     (27 clicks)
69.  By inspiration of celestial grace,   King Henry VI, part I: V, iv     (27 clicks)
70.  But thou art fair, and at thy birth, dear boy,   King John: III, i     (27 clicks)
71.  Behold, this is the happy wedding torch   King Henry VI, part I: III, ii     (27 clicks)
72.  As in a theatre, the eyes of men,   King Richard II: V, ii     (27 clicks)
73.  After a well-graced actor leaves the stage,   King Richard II: V, ii     (27 clicks)
74.  Whilst I awhile obsequiously lament   King Richard III: I, ii     (26 clicks)
75.  Valour is discretion; in the which better part i   King Henry IV, part I: V, iv     (26 clicks)
76.  The map of honour, truth and loyalty:   King Henry VI, part II: III, i     (26 clicks)
77.  Tennis-balls, my liege.   King Henry V: I, ii     (26 clicks)
78.  It not show vilely in me to desire small beer   King Henry IV, part II: II, ii     (26 clicks)
79.  If all the year were playing holidays,   King Henry IV, part I: I, ii     (26 clicks)
80.  God, the best maker of all marriages,   King Henry V: V, ii     (26 clicks)
81.  Dream of success and happy victory!   King Richard III: V, iii     (26 clicks)
82.  Thou quiet soul, sleep thou a quiet sleep   King Richard III: V, iii     (25 clicks)
83.  But minister communication of   King Henry VIII: I, i     (25 clicks)
84.  As, first, good company, good wine, good welcome,   King Henry VIII: I, iv     (25 clicks)
85.  All I have. he hath eaten me out of house and home;   King Henry IV, part II: II, i     (25 clicks)
86.  You are always my good friend; if your will pass,   King Henry VIII: V, iii     (24 clicks)
87.  With painted imagery had said at once   King Richard II: V, ii     (24 clicks)
88.  To put down richard, that sweet lovely rose,   King Henry IV, part I: I, iii     (24 clicks)
89.  To celebrate the joy that god hath given us.   King Henry VI, part I: I, vi     (24 clicks)
90.  Men's evil manners live in brass; their virtues   King Henry VIII: IV, ii     (24 clicks)
91.  Let me give humble thanks for all at once.   King Henry VI, part III: III, iii     (24 clicks)
92.  I warrant I love you more than you do me.   King John: IV, i     (24 clicks)
93.  Cry 'god for harry, england, and saint george!'   King Henry V: III, i     (24 clicks)
94.  Yet hasty marriage seldom proveth well.   King Henry VI, part III: IV, i     (23 clicks)
95.  To gild refined gold, to paint the lily,   King John: IV, ii     (23 clicks)
96.  Then with a passion would I shake the world;   King John: III, iv     (23 clicks)
97.  Melting with tenderness and kind compassion   King Richard III: IV, iii     (23 clicks)
98.  In sweet music is such art,   King Henry VIII: III, i     (23 clicks)
99.  Enter on the walls, king richard ii, the bishop of   King Richard II: III, iii     (23 clicks)
100.  As we this garden! we at time of year   King Richard II: III, iv     (23 clicks)
101.  When others sleep upon their quiet beds,   King Henry VI, part I: II, i     (22 clicks)
102.  We have heard the chimes at midnight, master shallow.   King Henry IV, part II: III, ii     (22 clicks)
103.  Two stars keep not their motion in one sphere;   King Henry IV, part I: V, iv     (22 clicks)
104.  There is a history in all men's lives,   King Henry IV, part II: III, i     (22 clicks)
105.  Pluck a red rose from off this thorn with me.   King Henry VI, part I: II, iv     (22 clicks)
106.  Of our flesh; few are angels: out of which frailty   King Henry VIII: V, iii     (22 clicks)
107.  More than my dancing soul doth celebrate   King Richard II: I, iii     (22 clicks)
108.  In celebration of this day with shows,   King Henry VIII: IV, i     (22 clicks)
109.  I wasted time, and now doth time waste me;   King Richard II: V, v     (22 clicks)
110.  Embrace we then this opportunity   King Henry VI, part I: II, i     (22 clicks)
111.  Carriage; and, as I think, his age some fifty, or,   King Henry IV, part I: II, iv     (22 clicks)
112.  As in a theatre, whence they gape and point   King John: II, i     (22 clicks)
113.  An if an angel should have come to me   King John: IV, i     (22 clicks)
114.  All unavoided is the doom of destiny.   King Richard III: IV, iv     (22 clicks)
115.  You were best to go to bed and dream again,   King Henry VI, part II: V, i     (21 clicks)
116.  Upon thy wedding-day   King John: III, i     (21 clicks)
117.  Three times hath henry bolingbroke made head   King Henry IV, part I: III, i     (21 clicks)
118.  There comes the rain, there begins confusion.   King Henry VI, part I: IV, i     (21 clicks)
119.  That should deracinate such savagery;   King Henry V: V, ii     (21 clicks)
120.  She's beautiful, and therefore to be woo'd;   King Henry VI, part I: V, iii     (21 clicks)
121.  Our gayness and our gilt are all besmirch'd   King Henry V: IV, iii     (21 clicks)
122.  My life, my joy, my food, my all the world!   King John: III, iv     (21 clicks)
123.  I see thy glory like a shooting star   King Richard II: II, iv     (21 clicks)
124.  For he to-day that sheds his blood with me   King Henry V: IV, iii     (21 clicks)
125.  As, sick and blunted with community,   King Henry IV, part I: III, ii     (21 clicks)
126.  Yet they do wink and yield, as love is blind and enforces.   King Henry V: V, ii     (20 clicks)
127.  Once writ a sonnet in his praise and began thus:   King Henry V: III, vii     (20 clicks)
128.  Now 'tis the spring, and weeds are shallow-rooted;   King Henry VI, part II: III, i     (20 clicks)
129.  My comfort is, that old age, that ill layer up of   King Henry V: V, ii     (20 clicks)
130.  Her valiant courage and undaunted spirit,   King Henry VI, part I: V, v     (20 clicks)
131.  Henry vi, gloucester, salisbury, warwick, and   King Henry VI, part II: I, i     (20 clicks)
132.  He that outlives this day, and comes safe home,   King Henry V: IV, iii     (20 clicks)
133.  God knows, in anguish, pain and agony.   King Richard III: IV, iv     (20 clicks)
134.  As a doornail, I pray god I may never eat grass more.   King Henry VI, part II: IV, x     (20 clicks)
135.  And here's a pot of good double beer, neighbour:   King Henry VI, part II: II, iii     (20 clicks)
136.  A most gallant leader.   King Henry IV, part II: III, ii     (20 clicks)
137.  You have witchcraft in your lips, kate: there is   King Henry V: V, ii     (19 clicks)
138.  Unto the rainbow, or with taper-light   King John: IV, ii     (19 clicks)
139.  To pluck bright honour from the pale-faced moon,   King Henry IV, part I: I, iii     (19 clicks)
140.  Thy promises are like adonis' gardens   King Henry VI, part I: I, vi     (19 clicks)
141.  Though war nor no known quarrel were in question,   King Henry V: II, iv     (19 clicks)
142.  There is some soul of goodness in things evil,   King Henry V: IV, i     (19 clicks)
143.  The greatest strength and power he can make,   King Richard III: IV, iv     (19 clicks)
144.  So is it in the music of men's lives.   King Richard II: V, v     (19 clicks)
145.  Small beer. but, indeed, these humble   King Henry IV, part II: II, ii     (19 clicks)
146.  Measure for measure must be answered.   King Henry VI, part III: II, vi     (19 clicks)
147.  Lives so in hope as in an early spring   King Henry IV, part II: I, iii     (19 clicks)
148.  Let's talk of graves, of worms, and epitaphs;   King Richard II: III, ii     (19 clicks)
149.  In seeking tales and informations   King Henry VIII: V, iii     (19 clicks)
150.  I will cap that proverb with 'there is flattery in friendship.'   King Henry V: III, vii     (19 clicks)
151.  I have heard a sonnet begin so to one's mistress.   King Henry V: III, vii     (19 clicks)
152.  For this play at this time, is only in   King Henry VIII: V, v     (19 clicks)
153.  But darkness and the gloomy shade of death   King Henry VI, part I: V, iv     (19 clicks)
154.  And gorgeous as the sun at midsummer;   King Henry IV, part I: IV, i     (19 clicks)
155.  Your eyes drop millstones, when fools' eyes drop tears:   King Richard III: I, iii     (18 clicks)
156.  You are, I think, assured I love you not.   King Henry IV, part II: V, ii     (18 clicks)
157.  Yet now farewell; and farewell life with thee!   King Henry VI, part II: III, ii     (18 clicks)
158.  Whose white investments figure innocence,   King Henry IV, part II: IV, i     (18 clicks)
159.  Whose learning and good letters peace hath tutor'd,   King Henry IV, part II: IV, i     (18 clicks)
160.  We are blessed in the change.   King Henry V: I, i     (18 clicks)
161.  Upon thy stars, thy fortune and thy strength,   King John: III, i     (18 clicks)
162.  Trust nobody, for fear you be betray'd.   King Henry VI, part II: IV, iv     (18 clicks)
163.  Straining upon the start. the game's afoot:   King Henry V: III, i     (18 clicks)
164.  Pleasure but in passion, not in words only, but in   King Henry IV, part I: II, iv     (18 clicks)
165.  Like true, inseparable, faithful loves,   King John: III, iv     (18 clicks)
166.  Let's drink together friendly and embrace,   King Henry IV, part II: IV, ii     (18 clicks)
167.  Humbly to kiss your hand, and with my tongue   King Henry VI, part III: III, iii     (18 clicks)
168.  Good lord, what madness rules in brainsick men,   King Henry VI, part I: IV, i     (18 clicks)
169.  For god's sake, let us sit upon the ground   King Richard II: III, ii     (18 clicks)
170.  Call it a travel that thou takest for pleasure.   King Richard II: I, iii     (18 clicks)
171.  And all at once, once more a happy farewell.   King Henry VI, part III: IV, viii     (18 clicks)
172.  Your uncle york is join'd with bolingbroke,   King Richard II: III, ii     (17 clicks)
173.  With all the choicest music of the kingdom,   King Henry VIII: IV, i     (17 clicks)
174.  Which, though I will not practise to deceive,   King John: I, i     (17 clicks)
175.  Though standing naked on a mountain top,   King Henry VI, part II: III, ii     (17 clicks)
176.  This fortress built by nature for herself   King Richard II: II, i     (17 clicks)
177.  Then imitate the action of the tiger;   King Henry V: III, i     (17 clicks)
178.  That, though I want a kingdom, yet in marriage   King Henry VI, part III: IV, i     (17 clicks)
179.  That fair queen isabel, his grandmother,   King Henry V: I, ii     (17 clicks)
180.  Strike up the drums; and let the tongue of war   King John: V, ii     (17 clicks)
181.  Should not in this best garden of the world   King Henry V: V, ii     (17 clicks)
182.  I fear neither sword nor fire.   King Henry VI, part II: IV, ii     (17 clicks)
183.  I can express no kinder sign of love   King Henry VI, part II: I, i     (17 clicks)
184.  And crispin crispian shall ne'er go by,   King Henry V: IV, iii     (17 clicks)
185.  Wither one rose, and let the other flourish;   King Henry VI, part III: II, v     (16 clicks)
186.  Why, this it is, when men are ruled by women:   King Richard III: I, i     (16 clicks)
187.  Why, so didst thou: come they of noble family   King Henry V: II, ii     (16 clicks)
188.  When heaven shall call her from this cloud of darkness,   King Henry VIII: V, v     (16 clicks)
189.  What valiant foemen, like to autumn's corn,   King Henry VI, part III: V, vii     (16 clicks)
190.  True hope is swift, and flies with swallow's wings:   King Richard III: V, ii     (16 clicks)
191.  To trust us in your business, we are ready   King Henry VIII: III, i     (16 clicks)
192.  This sleep is sound indeed, this is a sleep   King Henry IV, part II: IV, v     (16 clicks)
193.  This precious stone set in the silver sea,   King Richard II: II, i     (16 clicks)
194.  This day is called the feast of crispian:   King Henry V: IV, iii     (16 clicks)
195.  Them; they all run away; and falstaff, after a blow   King Henry IV, part I: II, ii     (16 clicks)
196.  The rites of marriage shall be solemnized.   King John: II, i     (16 clicks)
197.  The purple testament of bleeding war;   King Richard II: III, iii     (16 clicks)
198.  The king with mighty and quick-raised power   King Henry IV, part I: IV, iv     (16 clicks)
199.  O, but they say the tongues of dying men   King Richard II: II, i     (16 clicks)
200.  I am sorry my integrity should breed,   King Henry VIII: III, i     (16 clicks)
201.  Fills the wide vessel of the universe.   King Henry V: III, vii     (16 clicks)
202.  Even where his lustful eye or savage heart,   King Richard III: III, v     (16 clicks)
203.  By my troth, I care not; a man can die but once: we   King Henry IV, part II: III, ii     (16 clicks)
204.  And thou shalt find that I exceed my sex.   King Henry VI, part I: I, ii     (16 clicks)
205.  And so farewell, and fair be all thy hopes   King Henry VI, part I: II, v     (16 clicks)
206.  Your very worshipful and loving friends,   King Richard III: III, vii     (15 clicks)
207.  Why, my horse, my love, my horse.   King Henry IV, part I: II, iii     (15 clicks)
208.  When great leaves fall, the winter is at hand;   King Richard III: II, iii     (15 clicks)
209.  Were play'd in jest by counterfeiting actors   King Henry VI, part III: II, iii     (15 clicks)
210.  Were by inspiration, she makes in her sleep signs   King Henry VIII: IV, ii     (15 clicks)
211.  Welcome, destruction, death, and massacre!   King Richard III: II, iv     (15 clicks)
212.  To guard the chicken from a hungry kite,   King Henry VI, part II: III, i     (15 clicks)
213.  Till time lend friends and friends their helpful swords.   King Richard II: III, iii     (15 clicks)
214.  Then should you be nothing but musical for you are   King Henry IV, part I: III, i     (15 clicks)
215.  Then I will kiss your lips, kate.   King Henry V: V, ii     (15 clicks)
216.  The precious jewel of thy home return.   King Richard II: I, iii     (15 clicks)
217.  The faith they have in tennis, and tall stockings,   King Henry VIII: I, iii     (15 clicks)
218.  Or close the wall up with our english dead.   King Henry V: III, i     (15 clicks)
219.  One that still motions war and never peace,   King Henry VI, part I: I, iii     (15 clicks)
220.  O, how hast thou with 'jealousy infected   King Henry V: II, ii     (15 clicks)
221.  My brain more busy than the labouring spider   King Henry VI, part II: III, i     (15 clicks)
222.  More upon humour than advised respect.   King John: IV, ii     (15 clicks)
223.  Monkey, and the whores called him mandrake: a' came   King Henry IV, part II: III, ii     (15 clicks)
224.  Let heaven kiss earth! now let not nature's hand   King Henry IV, part II: I, i     (15 clicks)
225.  Heard that men of few words are the best men; and   King Henry V: III, ii     (15 clicks)
226.  Fought on the day of crispin crispianus.   King Henry V: IV, vii     (15 clicks)
227.  For truth, for duty, and for loyalty.   King Richard III: III, iii     (15 clicks)
228.  Familiar in his mouth as household words   King Henry V: IV, iii     (15 clicks)
229.  Expect saint martin's summer, halcyon days,   King Henry VI, part I: I, ii     (15 clicks)
230.  Dear nurse of arts and joyful births,   King Henry V: V, ii     (15 clicks)
231.  Clay-brained guts, thou knotty-pated fool, thou   King Henry IV, part I: II, iv     (15 clicks)
232.  At stony-stratford will they be to-night:   King Richard III: II, iv     (15 clicks)
233.  And with submissive loyalty of heart   King Henry VI, part I: III, iv     (15 clicks)
234.  And in compassion weep the fire out;   King Richard II: V, i     (15 clicks)
235.  Your money!   King Henry IV, part I: II, ii     (14 clicks)
236.  You, as you shall desire in a summer's day. here is   King Henry V: IV, viii     (14 clicks)
237.  With hate in those where I expect most love!   King Richard III: II, i     (14 clicks)
238.  We will unite the white rose and the red:   King Richard III: V, v     (14 clicks)
239.  We thank you all for the great favour done,   King Henry VI, part II: I, i     (14 clicks)
240.  Thou art my friend, that know'st my tongue so well.   King John: V, vi     (14 clicks)
241.  Then lend the eye a terrible aspect;   King Henry V: III, i     (14 clicks)
242.  The name of agincourt. yet sit and see,   King Henry V: III, vii     (14 clicks)
243.  Tell you, captain, if you look in the maps of the   King Henry V: IV, vii     (14 clicks)
244.  Some troops pursue the bloody-minded queen,   King Henry VI, part III: II, vi     (14 clicks)
245.  Prepare we for our marriage--on which day,   King Henry V: V, ii     (14 clicks)
246.  On us thou canst not enter but by death;   King Henry VI, part I: IV, ii     (14 clicks)
247.  O death, made proud with pure and princely beauty!   King John: IV, iii     (14 clicks)
248.  Like to a chaos, or an unlick'd bear-whelp   King Henry VI, part III: III, ii     (14 clicks)
249.  If thy revengeful heart cannot forgive,   King Richard III: I, ii     (14 clicks)
250.  I can call spirits from the vasty deep.   King Henry IV, part I: III, i     (14 clicks)
251.  Hoyday, a riddle! neither good nor bad!   King Richard III: IV, iv     (14 clicks)
252.  Carmen whistle, and swear they were his fancies or   King Henry IV, part II: III, ii     (14 clicks)
253.  By day, by night, waking and in my dreams,   King Henry VI, part II: I, i     (14 clicks)
254.  And, pretty child, sleep doubtless and secure,   King John: IV, i     (14 clicks)
255.  A little touch of harry in the night.   King Henry V: III, vii     (14 clicks)
256.  You, it is the disease of not listening, the malady   King Henry IV, part II: I, ii     (13 clicks)
257.  You speak as having power to do wrong: but answer   King Henry IV, part II: II, i     (13 clicks)
258.  You cannot with such freedom purge yourself,   King Henry VIII: V, i     (13 clicks)
259.  Yet freshly pitied in our memories.   King Henry VIII: V, iii     (13 clicks)
260.  Would turn their own perfection to abuse,   King Henry IV, part II: II, iii     (13 clicks)
261.  Why, then, it is like, if there come a hot june and   King Henry IV, part I: II, iv     (13 clicks)
262.  We some strange indian with the great tool come to   King Henry VIII: V, iv     (13 clicks)
263.  We shall not find like opportunity.   King Henry VI, part I: V, iv     (13 clicks)
264.  Valiant and virtuous, full of haughty courage,   King Henry VI, part I: IV, i     (13 clicks)
265.  Upon them! victory sits on our helms.   King Richard III: V, iii     (13 clicks)
266.  To join your hearts in love and amity.   King Henry VI, part I: III, i     (13 clicks)
267.  To foreign princes, 'ego et rex meus'   King Henry VIII: III, ii     (13 clicks)
268.  Till I have learned thy language; for thy tongue   King Henry IV, part I: III, i     (13 clicks)
269.  This way fall I to death.   King Henry VI, part II: III, ii     (13 clicks)
270.  Thine eyes, sweet lady, have infected mine.   King Richard III: I, ii     (13 clicks)
271.  They wound my thoughts worse than sword my flesh:   King Henry IV, part I: V, iv     (13 clicks)
272.  They call it agincourt.   King Henry V: IV, vii     (13 clicks)
273.  Their lips were four red roses on a stalk,   King Richard III: IV, iii     (13 clicks)
274.  The setting sun, and music at the close,   King Richard II: II, i     (13 clicks)
275.  The harder match'd, the greater victory:   King Henry VI, part III: V, i     (13 clicks)
276.  That thou dost love my daughter from thy soul:   King Richard III: IV, iv     (13 clicks)
277.  Strike up the drum; cry 'courage!' and away.   King Henry VI, part III: V, iii     (13 clicks)
278.  Smile in men's faces, smooth, deceive and cog,   King Richard III: I, iii     (13 clicks)
279.  Perfect image of life indeed. the better part of   King Henry IV, part I: V, iv     (13 clicks)
280.  May waste the memory of the former days.   King Henry IV, part II: IV, v     (13 clicks)
281.  If the cook help to make the gluttony, you help to   King Henry IV, part II: II, iv     (13 clicks)
282.  Breed him some prejudice; for from this league   King Henry VIII: I, i     (13 clicks)
283.  Awhile to work, and after holiday.   King Richard II: III, i     (13 clicks)
284.  And if his name be george, i'll call him peter;   King John: I, i     (13 clicks)
285.  And adam was a gardener.   King Henry VI, part II: IV, ii     (13 clicks)
286.  All days of glory, joy and happiness.   King John: III, iv     (13 clicks)
287.  A heart it was, bound in with diamonds,   King Henry VI, part II: III, ii     (13 clicks)
288.  You were now running o'er: you have scarce time   King Henry VIII: III, ii     (12 clicks)
289.  You sleeping safe, they bring to you unrest;   King Richard III: V, iii     (12 clicks)
290.  You shall have wine enough, my lord, anon.   King Richard III: I, iv     (12 clicks)
291.  You have a daughter call'd elizabeth,   King Richard III: IV, iv     (12 clicks)
292.  Women are soft, mild, pitiful and flexible;   King Henry VI, part III: I, iv     (12 clicks)
293.  Women and children of so high a courage,   King Henry VI, part III: V, iv     (12 clicks)
294.  Windy attorneys to their client woes,   King Richard III: IV, iv     (12 clicks)
295.  Whose wisdom was a mirror to the wisest;   King Henry VI, part III: III, iii     (12 clicks)
296.  Where words are scarce, they are seldom spent in vain,   King Richard II: II, i     (12 clicks)
297.  When workmen strive to do better than well,   King John: IV, ii     (12 clicks)
298.  What sport shall we devise here in this garden,   King Richard II: III, iv     (12 clicks)
299.  Welcome, brave duke! thy friendship makes us fresh.   King Henry VI, part I: III, iii     (12 clicks)
300.  Was ever woman in this humour woo'd   King Richard III: I, ii     (12 clicks)
301.  Unto you again, you are a shallow cowardly hind, and   King Henry IV, part I: II, iii     (12 clicks)
302.  To lynn, my lord,   King Henry VI, part III: IV, v     (12 clicks)
303.  To fortune's yoke, but let thy dauntless mind   King Henry VI, part III: III, iii     (12 clicks)
304.  To be protector of his excellence   King Henry VI, part II: I, iii     (12 clicks)
305.  To a private soldier that is the leader of so many   King Henry IV, part II: III, ii     (12 clicks)
306.  Though sometimes it show greatness, courage, blood,--   King Henry IV, part I: III, i     (12 clicks)
307.  This other eden, demi-paradise,   King Richard II: II, i     (12 clicks)
308.  This gallant hotspur, this all-praised knight,   King Henry IV, part I: III, ii     (12 clicks)
309.  They turn to vicious forms, ten times more ugly   King Henry VIII: I, ii     (12 clicks)
310.  These times   King Henry IV, part II: I, iii     (12 clicks)
311.  There's mischief in this man: canst thou say further   King Henry VIII: I, ii     (12 clicks)
312.  The very bottom and the soul of hope,   King Henry IV, part I: IV, i     (12 clicks)
313.  Take special care my greetings be deliver'd.   King Richard II: III, i     (12 clicks)
314.  Suppose the singing birds musicians,   King Richard II: I, iii     (12 clicks)
315.  Steeples and moss-grown towers. at your birth   King Henry IV, part I: III, i     (12 clicks)
316.  So the poor chicken should be sure of death.   King Henry VI, part II: III, i     (12 clicks)
317.  Ours of true zeal and deep integrity.   King Richard II: V, iii     (12 clicks)
318.  Of all base passions, fear is most accursed.   King Henry VI, part I: V, ii     (12 clicks)
319.  Let silence be commanded.   King Henry VIII: II, iv     (12 clicks)
320.  Knowledge the wing wherewith we fly to heaven,   King Henry VI, part II: IV, vii     (12 clicks)
321.  In peace there's nothing so becomes a man   King Henry V: III, i     (12 clicks)
322.  I take my leave with many thousand thanks.   King Henry VI, part III: III, ii     (12 clicks)
323.  I speak of africa and golden joys.   King Henry IV, part II: V, iii     (12 clicks)
324.  I shall despair. there is no creature loves me;   King Richard III: V, iii     (12 clicks)
325.  He would kiss you twenty with a breath.   King Henry VIII: I, iv     (12 clicks)
326.  Gives light in darkness, comfort in despair!   King Henry VI, part II: II, i     (12 clicks)
327.  For sorrow's eye, glazed with blinding tears,   King Richard II: II, ii     (12 clicks)
328.  Even that, I hope, which pleaseth god above,   King Richard III: III, vii     (12 clicks)
329.  Cry, 'havoc!' kings; back to the stained field,   King John: II, i     (12 clicks)
330.  Come we to full points here; and are etceteras nothing   King Henry IV, part II: II, iv     (12 clicks)
331.  And so farewell until I meet thee next.   King Henry VI, part I: II, iv     (12 clicks)
332.  A woman, naturally born to fears;   King John: III, i     (12 clicks)
333.  A rendezvous, a home to fly unto.   King Henry IV, part I: IV, i     (12 clicks)
334.  A cup of wine that's brisk and fine,   King Henry IV, part II: V, iii     (12 clicks)
335.  'o, jesus bless us, he is born with teeth!'   King Henry VI, part III: V, vi     (12 clicks)
336.  Your kingdom's terror and black nemesis   King Henry VI, part I: IV, vii     (11 clicks)
337.  You, of the roman disciplines, than is a puppy-dog.   King Henry V: III, ii     (11 clicks)
338.  Would they make peace   King Richard II: III, ii     (11 clicks)
339.  With thy brave bearing should I be in love,   King Henry VI, part II: V, ii     (11 clicks)
340.  With these weak women's fears: a noble spirit,   King Henry VIII: III, i     (11 clicks)
341.  With men of courage and with means defendant;   King Henry V: II, iv     (11 clicks)
342.  With him the husband of this lovely lady:   King Henry VI, part II: I, iv     (11 clicks)
343.  With best advantage will deceive the time,   King Richard III: V, iii     (11 clicks)
344.  Why, so: now have I done a good day's work:   King Richard III: II, i     (11 clicks)
345.  Whose warlike ears could never brook retreat,   King Henry VI, part III: I, i     (11 clicks)
346.  Whose conscience with injustice is corrupted.   King Henry VI, part II: III, ii     (11 clicks)
347.  When clouds appear, wise men put on their cloaks;   King Richard III: II, iii     (11 clicks)
348.  What, worse than nought   King Henry VI, part II: III, i     (11 clicks)
349.  What says king bolingbroke   King Richard II: III, iii     (11 clicks)
350.  What a long night is this! I will not change my   King Henry V: III, vii     (11 clicks)
351.  Virtue is choked with foul ambition   King Henry VI, part II: III, i     (11 clicks)
352.  Twin-born with greatness, subject to the breath   King Henry V: IV, i     (11 clicks)
353.  To join with witches and the help of hell!   King Henry VI, part I: II, i     (11 clicks)
354.  To hinder our beginnings. we doubt not now   King Henry V: II, ii     (11 clicks)
355.  Though death be poor, it ends a mortal woe.   King Richard II: II, i     (11 clicks)
356.  Those twins of learning that he raised in you,   King Henry VIII: IV, ii     (11 clicks)
357.  The rod, and bird of peace, and all such emblems   King Henry VIII: IV, i     (11 clicks)
358.  The queen hath best success when you are absent.   King Henry VI, part III: II, ii     (11 clicks)
359.  That in mine ear I durst not stick a rose   King John: I, i     (11 clicks)
360.  That hath contrived this woful tragedy!   King Henry VI, part I: I, iv     (11 clicks)
361.  Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind;   King Henry VI, part III: V, vi     (11 clicks)
362.  Simon shadow!   King Henry IV, part II: III, ii     (11 clicks)
363.  She kneels. king henry viii riseth from his state,   King Henry VIII: I, ii     (11 clicks)
364.  Pertaining thereunto, as fights and fireworks,   King Henry VIII: I, iii     (11 clicks)
365.  Patience, good lady; wizards know their times:   King Henry VI, part II: I, iv     (11 clicks)
366.  Orpheus with his lute made trees,   King Henry VIII: III, i     (11 clicks)
367.  Or chivalrous design of knightly trial:   King Richard II: I, i     (11 clicks)
368.  Or but allay, the fire of passion.   King Henry VIII: I, i     (11 clicks)
369.  Oh, that deceit should steal such gentle shapes,   King Richard III: II, ii     (11 clicks)
370.  Of this good day and of this gracious meeting,   King Henry V: V, ii     (11 clicks)
371.  Of the dreamer merlin and his prophecies,   King Henry IV, part I: III, i     (11 clicks)
372.  O, I should have a heavy miss of thee,   King Henry IV, part I: V, iv     (11 clicks)
373.  Now join your hands, and with your hands your hearts,   King Henry VI, part III: IV, vi     (11 clicks)
374.  My thoughts are whirled like a potter's wheel;   King Henry VI, part I: I, v     (11 clicks)
375.  My love till death, my humble thanks, my prayers;   King Henry VI, part III: III, ii     (11 clicks)
376.  Much more a knight, a captain and a leader.   King Henry VI, part I: IV, i     (11 clicks)
377.  Me, so; 'tis a point of friendship.   King Henry IV, part I: V, i     (11 clicks)
378.  Made glorious summer by this sun of york;   King Richard III: I, i     (11 clicks)
379.  Like sacrifices, by their watchful fires   King Henry V: III, vii     (11 clicks)
380.  Like quicksilver.   King Henry IV, part II: II, iv     (11 clicks)
381.  Let ten thousand devils come against me, and give me   King Henry VI, part II: IV, x     (11 clicks)
382.  In courage, courtship and proportion:   King Henry VI, part II: I, iii     (11 clicks)
383.  I saw good strawberries in your garden there   King Richard III: III, iv     (11 clicks)
384.  Guienne, champagne, rheims, orleans,   King Henry VI, part I: I, i     (11 clicks)
385.  Forget, forgive; conclude and be agreed;   King Richard II: I, i     (11 clicks)
386.  Even the billows of the sea,   King Henry VIII: III, i     (11 clicks)
387.  Dealing with witches and with conjurers:   King Henry VI, part II: II, i     (11 clicks)
388.  But when the blast of war blows in our ears,   King Henry V: III, i     (11 clicks)
389.  But from deceit bred by necessity;   King Henry VI, part III: III, iii     (11 clicks)
390.  Breath stinks with eating toasted cheese.   King Henry VI, part II: IV, vii     (11 clicks)
391.  Because sweet flowers are slow and weeds make haste.   King Richard III: II, iv     (11 clicks)
392.  Bear her my true love's kiss; and so, farewell.   King Richard III: IV, iv     (11 clicks)
393.  Away, you scullion! you rampallion! you   King Henry IV, part II: II, i     (11 clicks)
394.  As she in beauty, education, blood,   King John: II, i     (11 clicks)
395.  As maids of thirteen do of puppy-dogs!   King John: II, i     (11 clicks)
396.  As in a soul remembering my good friends;   King Richard II: II, iii     (11 clicks)
397.  And peace, no war, befall thy parting soul!   King Henry VI, part I: II, v     (11 clicks)
398.  And art almost an alien to the hearts   King Henry IV, part I: III, ii     (11 clicks)
399.  An plant this thorn, this canker, bolingbroke   King Henry IV, part I: I, iii     (11 clicks)
400.  An otter, sir john! why an otter   King Henry IV, part I: III, iii     (11 clicks)
401.  Yea, man and birds are fain of climbing high.   King Henry VI, part II: II, i     (10 clicks)
402.  Would tempt unto a close exploit of death   King Richard III: IV, ii     (10 clicks)
403.  With twenty thousand kisses, and to drain   King Henry VI, part II: III, ii     (10 clicks)
404.  With hollow poverty and emptiness.   King Henry IV, part II: I, iii     (10 clicks)
405.  Why, that's well said; a good heart's worth gold.   King Henry IV, part II: II, iv     (10 clicks)
406.  Why wither not the leaves the sap being gone   King Richard III: II, ii     (10 clicks)
407.  Whose veins bound richer blood than lady blanch   King John: II, i     (10 clicks)
408.  Which, like unruly children, make their sire   King Richard II: III, iv     (10 clicks)
409.  What was your dream   King Richard III: I, iv     (10 clicks)
410.  What fates impose, that men must needs abide;   King Henry VI, part III: IV, iii     (10 clicks)
411.  Were thine without offence; and at my death   King Henry IV, part II: IV, v     (10 clicks)
412.  Well, the fuel is gone that maintained that fire:   King Henry V: II, iii     (10 clicks)
413.  Two women placed together makes cold weather:   King Henry VIII: I, iv     (10 clicks)
414.  To-day might i, hanging on hotspur's neck,   King Henry IV, part II: II, iii     (10 clicks)
415.  To feast so great a warrior in my house.   King Henry VI, part I: II, iii     (10 clicks)
416.  To any well-deserving friend;   King Henry IV, part I: III, i     (10 clicks)
417.  This moral ties me over to time and a hot summer;   King Henry V: V, ii     (10 clicks)
418.  They promised me eternal happiness;   King Henry VIII: IV, ii     (10 clicks)
419.  There where my fortune lives, there my life dies.   King John: III, i     (10 clicks)
420.  There stands the castle, by yon tuft of trees,   King Richard II: II, iii     (10 clicks)
421.  The seasons change their manners, as the year   King Henry IV, part II: IV, iv     (10 clicks)
422.  The majesty and power of law and justice,   King Henry IV, part II: V, ii     (10 clicks)
423.  The good I stand on is my truth and honesty:   King Henry VIII: V, i     (10 clicks)
424.  That julius caesar was a famous man;   King Richard III: III, i     (10 clicks)
425.  That all I see in you is worthy love,   King John: II, i     (10 clicks)
426.  Taste of your wine and see what cates you have;   King Henry VI, part I: II, iii     (10 clicks)
427.  Rather, gentle princess, because I love thee   King Henry V: V, ii     (10 clicks)
428.  Princess of england, elizabeth!   King Henry VIII: V, v     (10 clicks)
429.  Or wallow naked in december snow   King Richard II: I, iii     (10 clicks)
430.  On unreprievable condemned blood.   King John: V, vii     (10 clicks)
431.  Of stern injustice and confused wrong.   King John: V, ii     (10 clicks)
432.  Of singular integrity and learning,   King Henry VIII: II, iv     (10 clicks)
433.  Of mere compassion and of lenity,   King Henry VI, part I: V, iv     (10 clicks)
434.  Of hurlyburly innovation:   King Henry IV, part I: V, i     (10 clicks)
435.  Of good fellowship come to you! what, shall we be   King Henry IV, part I: II, iv     (10 clicks)
436.  Of comfort, kingdom, kindred, freedom, life.   King Richard III: IV, iv     (10 clicks)
437.  O, where is faith   King Henry VI, part II: V, i     (10 clicks)
438.  O villains, vipers, damn'd without redemption!   King Richard II: III, ii     (10 clicks)
439.  O fair katharine, if you will love me soundly with   King Henry V: V, ii     (10 clicks)
440.  Now, travers, what good tidings comes with you   King Henry IV, part II: I, i     (10 clicks)
441.  Now, now, you stars that move in your right spheres,   King John: V, vii     (10 clicks)
442.  No beast so fierce but knows some touch of pity.   King Richard III: I, ii     (10 clicks)
443.  My tongue shall hush again this storm of war   King John: V, i     (10 clicks)
444.  My mother dead!   King John: IV, ii     (10 clicks)
445.  More welcome is the stroke of death to me   King Richard II: III, i     (10 clicks)
446.  Mine honour is my life; both grow in one:   King Richard II: I, i     (10 clicks)
447.  Like trees bedash'd with rain: in that sad time   King Richard III: I, ii     (10 clicks)
448.  It is religion that doth make vows kept;   King John: III, i     (10 clicks)
449.  Is numbering sands and drinking oceans dry:   King Richard II: II, ii     (10 clicks)
450.  Interpretation will misquote our looks,   King Henry IV, part I: V, ii     (10 clicks)
451.  In her consists my happiness and thine;   King Richard III: IV, iv     (10 clicks)
452.  If that same demon that hath gull'd thee thus   King Henry V: II, ii     (10 clicks)
453.  If so, gaze on, and grovel on thy face,   King Henry VI, part II: I, ii     (10 clicks)
454.  I am sorry   King Henry VIII: I, i     (10 clicks)
455.  I'll draw the form and model of our battle,   King Richard III: V, iii     (10 clicks)
456.  How ill white hairs become a fool and jester!   King Henry IV, part II: V, v     (10 clicks)
457.  Heaven ever laid up to make parents happy,   King Henry VIII: V, v     (10 clicks)
458.  Health and fair time of day; joy and good wishes   King Henry V: V, ii     (10 clicks)
459.  He was but as the cuckoo is in june,   King Henry IV, part I: III, ii     (10 clicks)
460.  Having my freedom, boast of nothing else   King Richard II: I, iii     (10 clicks)
461.  Hath turn'd his balls to gun-stones; and his soul   King Henry V: I, ii     (10 clicks)
462.  Grief fills the room up of my absent child,   King John: III, iv     (10 clicks)
463.  Grant that our hopes, yet likely of fair birth,   King Henry IV, part II: I, iii     (10 clicks)
464.  God bless your grace with health and happy days!   King Richard III: III, i     (10 clicks)
465.  For this great journey. what did this vanity   King Henry VIII: I, i     (10 clicks)
466.  For our enemies shall fall before us, inspired with   King Henry VI, part II: IV, ii     (10 clicks)
467.  For all the soil of the achievement goes   King Henry IV, part II: IV, v     (10 clicks)
468.  Et devin deesse   King Henry V: V, ii     (10 clicks)
469.  Crowned with faith and constant loyalty.   King Henry V: II, ii     (10 clicks)
470.  Bright star of venus, fall'n down on the earth,   King Henry VI, part I: I, ii     (10 clicks)
471.  As humorous as winter and as sudden   King Henry IV, part II: IV, iv     (10 clicks)
472.  And so stand fix'd: peace, plenty, love, truth, terror,   King Henry VIII: V, v     (10 clicks)
473.  And look upon, as if the tragedy   King Henry VI, part III: II, iii     (10 clicks)
474.  And I will kiss thy detestable bones   King John: III, iv     (10 clicks)
475.  And gentlemen in england now a-bed   King Henry V: IV, iii     (10 clicks)
476.  An angel is like you, kate, and you are like an angel.   King Henry V: V, ii     (10 clicks)
477.  A thing inspired; and, not consulting, broke   King Henry VIII: I, i     (10 clicks)
478.  A glorious angel: then, if angels fight,   King Richard II: III, ii     (10 clicks)
479.  A far more glorious star thy soul will make   King Henry VI, part I: I, i     (10 clicks)
480.  A fair hot wench in flame-coloured taffeta, I see no   King Henry IV, part I: I, ii     (10 clicks)
481.  Your dicipline in war, wisdom in peace,   King Richard III: III, vii     (9 clicks)
482.  Your children yet unborn and unbegot,   King Richard II: III, iii     (9 clicks)
483.  Your brain, and every function of your power,   King Henry VIII: III, ii     (9 clicks)
484.  You know I am a woman, lacking wit   King Henry VIII: III, i     (9 clicks)
485.  Yet one word more: grief boundeth where it falls,   King Richard II: I, ii     (9 clicks)
486.  Yet herein will I imitate the sun,   King Henry IV, part I: I, ii     (9 clicks)
487.  Without more help, could fight this royal battle!   King Henry V: IV, iii     (9 clicks)
488.  With maiden flowers, that all the world may know   King Henry VIII: IV, ii     (9 clicks)
489.  With full as many signs of deadly hate,   King Henry VI, part II: III, ii     (9 clicks)
490.  Why whisper you, my lords, and answer not   King Henry VI, part III: I, i     (9 clicks)
491.  Whose valour plucks dead lions by the beard;   King John: II, i     (9 clicks)
492.  Whose music, to my thinking, pleased the king.   King Henry IV, part II: V, v     (9 clicks)
493.  Whose deadly web ensnareth thee about   King Richard III: I, iii     (9 clicks)
494.  Which, as I take it, is a kind of puppy   King Henry VIII: I, i     (9 clicks)
495.  Which oft our stage hath shown; and, for their sake,   King Henry V: V, ii     (9 clicks)
496.  Whereon this hydra son of war is born;   King Henry IV, part II: IV, ii     (9 clicks)
497.  What pledge have we of thy firm loyalty   King Henry VI, part III: III, iii     (9 clicks)
498.  Were those that went on each side of the queen   King Henry VIII: IV, i     (9 clicks)
499.  Were shame enough to shame thee, wert thou not shameless.   King Henry VI, part III: I, iv     (9 clicks)
500.  Well that die in a battle; for how can they   King Henry V: IV, i     (9 clicks) 500 results returned.

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