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Whom this beneath world doth embrace and hug   Timon of Athens: I, i
embrace we then this opportunity   King Henry VI, part I: II, i
You will say she did embrace me as a husband,   Much Ado About Nothing: IV, i
With joy he will embrace you, for he's honourable   Cymbeline: III, iv
Than is his father's, must embrace the fate   Macbeth: III, i
Now kiss, embrace, contend, do what you will.   The Two Gentlemen of Verona: I, ii
Let's drink together friendly and embrace,   King Henry IV, part II: IV, ii
He would embrace the means to come by it.   Julius Caesar: II, i
He knows that you embrace not antony   Antony and Cleopatra: III, xiii
For me, with sorrow I embrace my fortune:   Hamlet: V, ii
embrace thy brother there; rejoice with him.   The Comedy of Errors: V, i
And you embrace the occasion to depart.   Merchant of Venice: I, i
A royal nobleness: I must embrace thee:   King Lear: V, iii
Your gracious self, embrace but my direction:   The Winter's Tale: IV, iv
You embrace your charge too willingly. I think this   Much Ado About Nothing: I, i
Whom I myself embrace, to set him free.   All's Well that Ends Well: III, iv
Who loves the king and will embrace his pardon,   King Henry VI, part II: IV, viii
When first I did embrace him: yet his nature   Coriolanus: IV, vii
Thou unsubstantial air that I embrace!   King Lear: IV, i
Their hands; let thy blood and spirit embrace them;   Twelfth Night: II, v
Sweet lords, sweet lovers, o, let us embrace!   Love's Labour's Lost: IV, iii
Sweet kate, embrace her for her beauty's sake.   The Taming of the Shrew: IV, v
See, see! they join, embrace, and seem to kiss,   King Henry VI, part III: II, i
Never saw like thee. let an old man embrace thee;   Toilus and Cressida: IV, v
Make me no more ado, but all embrace him:   King Henry VIII: V, iii
Madam, I am most apt to embrace your offer.   Twelfth Night: V, i
Long live king henry! plantagenet embrace him.   King Henry VI, part III: I, i
Let me embrace thee, sour adversity,   King Henry VI, part III: III, i
Let me embrace thee, good old chronicle,   Toilus and Cressida: IV, v
Let me embrace with old vincentio,   The Taming of the Shrew: IV, v
Let me embrace too. 'o heart,' as the goodly saying is,   Toilus and Cressida: IV, iv
Let me embrace thine age, whose honour cannot   The Tempest: V, i
Let me embrace thee in my weary arms:   King Henry VI, part III: II, iii
Let grief and sorrow still embrace his heart   The Tempest: V, i
It is our safety, and we must embrace   King John: IV, iii
I will embrace thee in it by and by.   Titus Andronicus: V, ii
I will embrace him with a soldier's arm,   King Henry IV, part I: V, ii
I will embrace   Pericles, Prince of Tyre: III, iii
I embrace you.   Pericles, Prince of Tyre: V, i
I embrace these conditions; let us have articles   Cymbeline: I, iv
I embrace it freely;   Hamlet: V, ii
I embrace it.   King Henry V: IV, i
I do embrace your offer; and dispose   Much Ado About Nothing: V, i
I do embrace thee, as I would embrace   King Henry VI, part I: V, iii
Even such a passion doth embrace my bosom:   Toilus and Cressida: III, ii
embrace him, love him, give him welcome hither.   King John: II, i
embrace him, dear thaisa; this is he.   Pericles, Prince of Tyre: V, iii
embrace and love this man.   King Henry VIII: V, iii
embrace and kiss and take ten thousand leaves,   King Henry VI, part II: III, ii
embrace your own safety and give over this attempt.   As You Like It: I, ii
embrace each other's love in banishment;   King Richard II: I, iii
Does now speak to thee, I embrace thy body;   The Tempest: V, i
Do not embrace me till each circumstance   Twelfth Night: V, i
Direct mine arms I may embrace his neck,   King Henry VI, part I: II, v
Cast off his chains of bondage and embrace   King Richard II: I, iii
But where's the body that I should embrace?   King Henry VI, part II: IV, iv
Be drain'd! let me embrace thee, ajax:   Toilus and Cressida: IV, v
Arms, take your last embrace! and, lips, o you   Romeo and Juliet: V, iii
And yet he would embrace no counsel, take no warning   Timon of Athens: III, i
And I embrace this fortune patiently,   King Henry IV, part I: V, v
And by that music let us all embrace;   King Henry IV, part I: V, ii
And oped their arms to embrace me as a friend.   Titus Andronicus: V, iii
Thurio, give back, or else embrace thy death;   The Two Gentlemen of Verona: V, iv
Dorset, embrace him; hastings, love lord marquess.   King Richard III: II, i 64 results returned.

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