OUTRAGES...............1
boldness of their former outrages. To the governance and 2, 14/ 9
 
 OUTWARD................5
estate: no fear of outward enemies, no war in 2, 4/ 27
as men be borne outward), and, as the fame 2, 7/ 26
land. And yet if outward alliance were thought so 2, 63/ 13
much pain and trouble outward, much fear, anguish, and 2, 87/ 9
deed. Now had he outward no long time in 2, 87/ 21
 
 OUTWARDLY..............1
countenance, arrogant of heart, outwardly companionable where he inwardly 2, 8/ 8
 
 OVER...................9
was without violence, and, over that, in his latter 2, 4/ 24
about the King; and over that, the Duke of 2, 17/ 2
without their license. And over this, in the highway 2, 17/ 30
were in distress, and over that (which he wist 2, 34/ 22
to deliver him. And over that, of the Cardinal's 2, 41/ 7
that the axe hung over his own head. "In 2, 52/ 8
the realm), he sent over in embassage the Earl 2, 60/ 5
was insatiable, and everywhere over all the realm intolerable 2, 72/ 6
above in a gallery over them where they might 2, 77/ 27
 
 OVER-GREAT.............1
evil-willers to grow in over-great authority with the Prince 2, 15/ 2
 
 OVERLIBERAL............1
his latter days, with overliberal diet, somewhat corpulent and 2, 4/ 18
 
 OVERMUCH...............2
was indeed) to his overmuch lightness that he so 2, 22/ 29
negligence or the preacher's overmuch diligence. For while the 2, 68/ 8
 
 OVERSOON...............1
believe, is so unwise oversoon to trust a new 2, 15/ 21
 
 OVERTHROWS.............1
had he, and sometimes overthrows, but never in default 2, 8/ 2
 
 OWL....................1
of sight, like an owl. And when he once 2, 68/ 29
 
 OWN....................71
-- if either his own ambition had not set 2, 7/ 3
default (as for his own person) either of hardiness 2, 8/ 3
He slew with his own hands King Henry the 2, 8/ 14
some other than his own born brother. Some wise 2, 8/ 21
both parties with his own blood. King Edward in 2, 10/ 9
should counsel for their own commodity, and rather by 2, 10/ 23
done us, either our own affection or evil tongues 2, 12/ 7
kindred, this realm, your own country, or your own 2, 13/ 23
own country, or your own surety." And therewithal the 2, 13/ 23
sorer thirsted after their own weal or our woe 2, 15/ 9
secret fear of his own fault, whereof he saw 2, 18/ 16
the surety of his own conscience, to go boldly 2, 18/ 17
a dish from his own table to the Lord 2, 20/ 3
friends' mischance, and her own infortune, damning the time 2, 20/ 27
and so, with his own household about him, and 2, 21/ 17
the tuition of his own royal person. "The prosperity 2, 25/ 32
rather than with his own brother? And if any 2, 26/ 13
precisely set upon her own will, that neither his 2, 27/ 7
wed myself to mine own will but that I 2, 27/ 17
-- by Saint Peter's own person in spirit, accompanied 2, 28/ 3
kin, but for their own evil deserving. And nevertheless 2, 28/ 26
wealth as to her own will, she would be 2, 28/ 31
her to fear her own shadow? The more she 2, 29/ 13
if either necessity, his own defense, or misfortune draw 2, 30/ 20
whose conscience of his own fault maketh him fain 2, 32/ 15
cherish him than his own mother that bore him 2, 35/ 17
he durst lay his own body and soul both 2, 40/ 14
if she with her own hands betook him to 2, 41/ 12
it lay in their own body, they would let 2, 41/ 23
the child, "Farewell, my own sweet son; God send 2, 42/ 8
her sons into his own hands, then he opened 2, 43/ 5
he might to his own commodity. Then it was 2, 43/ 35
the Protector of his own mind promised him a 2, 44/ 6
dreams which either his own fear fantasieth or do 2, 50/ 12
it were either our own fault or faint heart 2, 50/ 21
I am of my own hand." "God send grace 2, 50/ 24
a pursuivant of his own name. And of their 2, 51/ 16
axe hung over his own head. "In faith, man 2, 52/ 9
him, out of their own strengths, while no man 2, 58/ 6
upon trust of his own advancement (whereof he was 2, 58/ 17
rebuke of the Protector's own mother, which was mother 2, 59/ 25
to pretend that his own mother was an adulteress 2, 59/ 27
princely to marry his own subject, no great occasion 2, 62/ 9
no merchant and his own maid so great difference 2, 62/ 15
a point in his own mind took she it 2, 63/ 4
the friendship of his own; which he thought likely 2, 63/ 11
with one of his own land. And yet if 2, 63/ 13
eye than by mine own -- as though I 2, 63/ 33
-- to forbear mine own liberty in choice of 2, 64/ 2
in choice of my own marriage. As for possibility 2, 64/ 2
quoth he, "the father's own figure; this is his 2, 67/ 30
figure; this is his own countenance, the very print 2, 67/ 31
This is the father's own figure, this his own 2, 68/ 18
own figure, this his own countenance, the very print 2, 68/ 18
were it that his own conscience well showed him 2, 68/ 31
the surety of your own bodies, the quiet of 2, 69/ 21
himself lord of his own goods, among so many 2, 69/ 24
judgment. What? Cook, your own worshipful neighbor -- alderman 2, 70/ 21
he that mistrusted his own brother? Whom spared he 2, 71/ 27
he that killed his own brother? Or who could 2, 71/ 28
love him, if his own brother could not? What 2, 71/ 28
request. Which for your own weal we doubt not 2, 74/ 25
and no part his own. But all this nothing 2, 75/ 30
that it were his own ambitious mind and device 2, 78/ 32
thereunto -- by his own will. And in a 2, 80/ 31
call him by his own name while he standeth 2, 81/ 4
and slaughter, till his own destruction ended it. But 2, 82/ 15
is to wit, his own), so began he with 2, 82/ 17
one John Dighton, his own horse-keeper; a big, broad 2, 85/ 15
but ever feared his own life, so far forth 2, 89/ 16
his pride to his own deliverance and the Duke's 2, 90/ 21
 
 OWNER..................1
stolen goods to the owner, and only liberty reserved 2, 32/ 30
 
 PACE...................3
went in countenance and pace demure, so womanly, and 2, 54/ 30
person or favor, speech, pace, or countenance, but without 2, 72/ 9
fled away a great pace. The fox, that saw 2, 93/ 4
 
 PACKS..................1
into sanctuary; chests, coffers, packs, fardels, trusses, all on 2, 21/ 21
 
 PAGE...................3
said unto a secret page of his, "Ah, whom 2, 83/ 24
me." "Sir," quoth his page, "there lieth one on 2, 83/ 27
trust. Which thing this page well had marked and 2, 84/ 10
 
 PAGE'S.................1
hurt. For upon this page's words, King Richard arose 2, 84/ 13
 
 PAGEANTS...............1
near approached that the pageants and subtleties were in 2, 46/ 31