SHOULDER...............1
limbs, crookbacked, his left shoulder much higher than his 2, 7/ 20
 
 SHOULDERS..............1
ran about both their shoulders. And forasmuch as the 2, 50/ 5
 
 SHOUT..................1
there was a great shout crying "King Richard! King 2, 80/ 16
 
 SHOW...................12
therefore convenient somewhat to show you, ere we farther 2, 6/ 10
themselves intended, for the show of their diligence, to 2, 18/ 6
Saint Peter's cope to show) that from that time 2, 28/ 6
sued unto and to show what she was able 2, 56/ 23
as I began to show you, it was by 2, 66/ 15
shall; which thing to show you is the whole 2, 72/ 31
require you plainly to show us." When the Duke 2, 74/ 34
waxed he bold to show him their intent and 2, 78/ 10
so little good to show out of season what 2, 81/ 3
intent that he might show a proof thereof, he 2, 81/ 31
secretly sent him to show him that in this 2, 88/ 12
boast the King and show how much profit the 2, 92/ 3
 
 SHOWED.................18
quickly let in, he showed unto Pottier that King 2, 9/ 11
And for that he showed his servants that he 2, 21/ 6
or cast away), they showed unto the people all 2, 24/ 7
presence, the Lord Cardinal showed unto her that it 2, 34/ 7
the other! And he showed her that the Council 2, 34/ 16
with suspicion though he showed few men what he 2, 44/ 29
Chamberlain of very trust showed unto Catesby the mistrust 2, 46/ 17
left arm, where he showed a wearish, withered arm 2, 48/ 10
And then the Protector showed them that the Lord 2, 52/ 31
And in conclusion she showed him plainly that as 2, 61/ 23
authority of Parliament. Then showed he that his very 2, 67/ 11
his own conscience well showed him that they talked 2, 68/ 31
his tale that he showed everything as the Duke's 2, 75/ 30
Duke, when he had showed this unto the Mayor 2, 77/ 20
desired and obtained, he showed aloud unto the Protector 2, 79/ 15
as king, had it showed unto him that he 2, 84/ 28
to King Richard, and showed him all the manner 2, 86/ 1
after his master's recommendation, showed him that he had 2, 88/ 11
 
 SHOWETH................1
as my learned counsel showeth me, since he hath 2, 38/ 29
 
 SHOWING................2
best manner he could, showing her that he trusted 2, 21/ 30
to the scaffold, and showing to the people about 2, 57/ 27
 
 SHOWN..................2
she would never have shown such kindness to him 2, 65/ 5
Thereupon when he had shown the great grace that 2, 66/ 29
 
 SHRANK.................2
the Lord Stanley, which shrank at the stroke and 2, 49/ 3
as shortly as he shrank, yet ran the blood 2, 49/ 4
 
 SHREWD.................2
will as she hath shrewd wit), she reckoneth herself 2, 29/ 1
the world and a shrewd wit, short and rude 2, 57/ 24
 
 SHRIFT.................1
and made a short shrift, for a longer would 2, 49/ 14
 
 SHRIVE.................1
Protector bade speed and shrive him apace; "for by 2, 49/ 12
 
 SHROVE.................1
that he had on Shrove Tuesday at St. Alban's 2, 60/ 22
 
 SHUT...................2
and his brother both shut up, and all others 2, 85/ 5
of their estate, shortly shut up in prison, and 2, 86/ 18
 
 SICK...................3
the other is now sick. In which case I 2, 35/ 34
coronation, he feigned himself sick, because he would not 2, 89/ 18
the feast feigning himself sick; and King Richard said 2, 89/ 21
 
 SICKNESS...............5
But in his last sickness, when he perceived his 2, 10/ 14
so sore diseased with sickness, and is so newly 2, 35/ 7
was in the first sickness, with which disease nature 2, 35/ 11
the child in his sickness miscarried by nature, yet 2, 36/ 1
lust to play, for sickness -- come out of 2, 38/ 17
 
 SIDE...................6
down on his right side, his face toward them 2, 13/ 25
kin than his mother's side, "whose blood," quoth he 2, 14/ 27
King being on their side, his part should have 2, 16/ 10
the ways on every side beset -- neither his 2, 18/ 9
authority be on that side where the King is 2, 23/ 24
see, on the other side, what a sort there 2, 30/ 26
 
 SIGH...................1
sore abashed, began to sigh and said, "Alas! I 2, 85/ 1
 
 SIGHT..................5
bore him in open sight so reverently to the 2, 24/ 23
kept him out of sight, like an owl. And 2, 68/ 29
of him), in the sight of the people he 2, 81/ 34
them. Which, upon the sight of them, caused those 2, 85/ 27
could not abide the sight thereof, but wried his 2, 90/ 13
 
 SIGN...................1
is often seen a sign of change. But I 2, 51/ 12
 
 SIGNIFIED..............2
name of "benevolence" had signified that every man should 2, 70/ 2
said worshipful doctor rather signified than fully explained, and 2, 73/ 24
 
 SIGNIFY................1
sermon at Paul's Cross signify to the people that 2, 66/ 18
 
 SIGNS..................1
dance, for many ill signs that he saw -- 2, 46/ 2
 
 SILENCE................2
before them -- after silence commanded (upon great pain 2, 69/ 7
is a marvelous obstinate silence"; and therewith he turned 2, 76/ 1
 
 SIMPLE.................4
him alone. And as simple as that sample is 2, 33/ 5
she wist herself too simple to be his wife 2, 61/ 24
bastards. But that invention, simple as it was, it 2, 66/ 12
their proctor -- which simple woman was well-named and 2, 72/ 1
 
 SIN....................3
might, as methinketh, without sin somewhat less regard than 2, 29/ 23
glad were to see sin corrected, yet pitied they 2, 55/ 4
say the truth (for sin it were to belie 2, 56/ 14
 
 SINCE..................26
so many heads. But since things past cannot be 2, 13/ 6
change marvelously misliked. Howbeit, since he could not get 2, 18/ 14
sanctuary therefor. For verily, since the privileges of that 2, 30/ 3
the privilege. The residue, since so long ago I 2, 31/ 20
it, and other men since, of a certain religious 2, 31/ 22
have it. And reason, since no man hath cause 2, 32/ 14
both dishonor and obloquy; since there is not always 2, 35/ 25
learned counsel showeth me, since he hath nothing by 2, 38/ 29
it for himself, yet since the law committeth to 2, 39/ 2
to keep his brother, since etc.." "Wherefore, here intend 2, 39/ 24
I to keep him, since man's law serveth the 2, 39/ 25
sanctuary my son -- since I fear to put 2, 39/ 28
in the same; and since he had once begun 2, 43/ 31
through, and determined that since the common mischief could 2, 43/ 33
no man so lief, since he well wist there 2, 45/ 22
harm was ever such since his birth. Nevertheless, the 2, 48/ 19
flattery after -- namely since his sermon was not 2, 59/ 10
you from her marriage, since it is an unsitting 2, 62/ 26
any more by name, since there be, I doubt 2, 70/ 29
lack a pretext. For since the King, preventing the 2, 71/ 2
were nearest at hand, since that near hereabout was 2, 72/ 20
house of York -- since he hath nothing worthily 2, 72/ 29
friends," quoth the Duke, "since that we perceive it 2, 76/ 28
the lords and commons: "Since we perceive well that 2, 79/ 29
knew it, could never since come to light. Very 2, 86/ 8
for the late Protector, since he is now king 2, 93/ 18