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|William Shakespeare, Edward Dowden Sir Henry Irving, Frank Albert Marshall. |
Jaq. Ood b'wi' you! let « meet as little u we can. 0, 1. I do desire we may be better
strangers.— \ Act iii. 2. 273, 274.) A. forest, and in man's apparel? Looks he as ...
|God be wi' you: let's meet as little as we can. Orl. I do desire we may be better |
strangers. fag. I pray you, mar no more trees with writing love-songs in their barks
. Orl. I pray you, mar no moe of my verses with reading them ill-favouredly. fag.
|William Shakespeare, Sir Henry Irving, Frank Albert Marshall, Edward Dowden. |
Jaq. God b'wi' you! let a meet as little as we can. orl. I do desire we may bo better
strangers.— 1 Aet iii. 2. 273, 274.1 Touch. Truly. I would the god* had made thee
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|Tliy desires Are wolfnh, bloody, starved, and ravenous iv. 1. I do not desire you to |
please me: I do desire you to sing As You Like it, ii. 5. I do desire we may be
better strangers iii. 2. Have I not canse to weep ? — As good canse as one would
|I 839 I rs Straining, More straining on, for plucking back ' WZy1igr'g Tale. 4 3 Strait|
. ... Stranger. Then swore he, that he was a stranger here Cornedy QfError.v. — I
do desire we may be better strangers - /l.r You Like It. -- Methinks you walk like ...
|Commend it strangely to some place where chance may nurse, or end it W. T. — |
You all look strangely on me - - 2 Henry iv ... Then swore he, that he was a
stranger here — I do desire we may be better strangers — Methinks you walk like
|14 I do desire we may be better strangers. As You Like It. Act III. Sc. 2. L. 274. 15 |
Can one desire too much of a good thing? .4* You Like It. Act IV. Sc. 1. L. 123. 16
Methinks I have a great desire to a bottle of hay: good hay, sweet hay, hath no ...
|I prithee, take the cork out of thy mouth that I may drink thy tidings. ... Why, God |
will send more, if the man will be thankful : let me stay the growth of his beard, if
thou delay me not the knowledge of his ... I do desire we may be better strangers.
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|Bk. 1. Ch. 6.] Had doating Priam checked his son's desire, Troy had been bright |
with fame and not with fire. Ibid. The Rape of Lucrece. 1.1490. Orlando. I do
desire we may be better strangers. Ibid. As You Like R. Act Hi. Sc. 2. 1. 274.