SOBER..................1
good speed, with a sober company. Now was the 2, 17/ 7
 
 SOFT...................1
soon to pierce a soft, tender heart. But when 2, 55/ 16
 
 SOFTLY.................1
matter, said unto them softly, "What meaneth this, that 2, 75/ 6
 
 SOLEMN.................1
York and there had solemn funeral service for King 2, 88/ 3
 
 SOLEMNITY..............4
came thick to that solemnity. But the Protector and 2, 44/ 15
council devising the honorable solemnity of the King's coronation 2, 46/ 30
great feast and honorable solemnity married Dame Elizabeth Grey 2, 65/ 8
of July. And that solemnity was furnished for the 2, 82/ 10
 
 SOLEMNIZATION..........1
not, proceed to the solemnization of this wedding till 2, 64/ 31
 
 SOLEMNLY...............2
yet when she was solemnly sworn to say the 2, 65/ 2
with child. This examination solemnly taken, when it was 2, 65/ 7
 
 SOME...................66
that butcherly office to some other than his own 2, 8/ 21
his own born brother. Some wise men also ween 2, 8/ 22
good -- he called some of them before him 2, 10/ 26
he broke unto them, some by mouth, some by 2, 14/ 21
them, some by mouth, some by writing and secret 2, 14/ 21
to guess. And if some folks' friendship had not 2, 15/ 10
and brought to confusion some of us ere this 2, 15/ 12
as they have done some others already, as near 2, 15/ 13
to hide himself for some secret fear of his 2, 18/ 15
backs; no man unoccupied; some lading, some going, some 2, 21/ 22
man unoccupied; some lading, some going, some discharging, some 2, 21/ 22
some lading, some going, some discharging, some coming for 2, 21/ 23
some going, some discharging, some coming for more, some 2, 21/ 23
some coming for more, some breaking down the walls 2, 21/ 23
next way -- and some yet drew to them 2, 21/ 24
upon this dealing. And some lords, knights, and gentlemen 2, 22/ 18
stuff no marvel though some were harnesses, which at 2, 24/ 5
The Lord Chamberlain and some others kept still their 2, 25/ 9
redress of this matter, some honorable, trusty man, such 2, 26/ 26
with women. Would God some of the men of 2, 28/ 23
wiser than she thinketh some that be here, of 2, 29/ 2
in poverty should have some place of liberty, to 2, 30/ 9
will well there be some places of refuge for 2, 30/ 13
he the tuition of some special privilege; which is 2, 32/ 7
there at the leastwise some fear. And herein is 2, 33/ 7
determined to keep him, some of that company had 2, 34/ 1
for that I see some men so greedy without 2, 37/ 10
ready to depart than some of the remnant, and 2, 40/ 26
nothing doubted, nor of some other lords', neither, whom 2, 41/ 8
also but there be some abroad so deadly enemies 2, 41/ 21
from the beginning, and some of the Protector's friends 2, 42/ 31
here and there about, some manner of muttering among 2, 44/ 22
or were it that some one man, haply somewhat 2, 44/ 27
in manner desolate. While some for their business made 2, 45/ 1
that had the doing, some were by their friends 2, 45/ 2
wise men also and some lords eke, to mark 2, 45/ 8
Catesby to prove, with some words cast out afar 2, 46/ 12
Would God I had some better thing as ready 2, 47/ 8
folk that fled for some falsehood. Wherefore either is 2, 50/ 17
token oftentimes notably foregoing some great misfortune. Now this 2, 50/ 31
dinner, intending to set some color upon the matter 2, 52/ 25
their backs except that some sudden necessity had constrained 2, 52/ 30
themselves together in making some great commotion for his 2, 53/ 34
in her youth, albeit some that now see her 2, 55/ 26
covetous. I doubt not some shall think this woman 2, 56/ 26
him the less. Howbeit, some doubt, and many think 2, 59/ 7
in the devise of some convenient pretext for which 2, 59/ 16
we first repeat you some things long before done 2, 60/ 1
a bachelor and have some too! And so each 2, 64/ 11
adultery. Of which though some, by the ignorance of 2, 66/ 34
for their lands, or some others for some fear 2, 71/ 26
or some others for some fear or some displeasure 2, 71/ 26
for some fear or some displeasure, were not out 2, 71/ 26
to the Protector, with some apprentices and lads that 2, 76/ 17
more part all sad, some with glad semblance that 2, 77/ 2
not very merry; and some of those that came 2, 77/ 3
if he first knew some part of their errand 2, 77/ 17
not fail to find some other nobleman that would 2, 79/ 24
made between them. Howbeit, some excused that again and 2, 80/ 24
come in question that some remain yet in doubt 2, 82/ 20
great thanks and, as some say, there made him 2, 86/ 2
back with thanks and some secret instruction of the 2, 88/ 14
diverse men diversely reported. Some have I heard say 2, 89/ 7
manner departed.) But surely some right secret at the 2, 90/ 2
I have heard, of some that said they saw 2, 90/ 11
to have given him some of such other excellent 2, 93/ 23
 
 SOMETIME...............2
and them had been sometime debate to fear and 2, 16/ 18
as this place was sometime to the king's enemy 2, 39/ 23
 
 SOMETIMES..............10
in either fortune -- sometimes in wealth, often in 2, 3/ 14
victories had he, and sometimes overthrows, but never in 2, 8/ 2
always for great causes. Sometimes a thing right well 2, 12/ 5
let him consider that sometimes without small things greater 2, 26/ 15
but that occasion may sometimes be such that it 2, 35/ 27
wind swelleth of itself sometimes before a tempest -- 2, 44/ 27
nor full of babble, sometimes taunting -- without displeasure 2, 56/ 4
though. And men must sometimes for the manner sake 2, 80/ 26
farther. For they that sometimes step up and play 2, 81/ 9
with fearful dreams, suddenly sometimes start up, leap out 2, 87/ 18
 
 SOMEWHAT...............25
days, with overliberal diet, somewhat corpulent and burly, and 2, 4/ 18
it is therefore convenient somewhat to show you, ere 2, 6/ 10
called of dispense, and somewhat above his power liberal 2, 8/ 4
he resisted openly, howbeit somewhat (as men deemed) more 2, 8/ 24
dissension between his friends somewhat irked him, yet in 2, 10/ 11
his good health he somewhat the less regarded it 2, 10/ 11
at London; saving that somewhat they must say. Unto 2, 19/ 17
contrary), these commotions were somewhat appeased, but especially by 2, 23/ 27
as methinketh, without sin somewhat less regard than they 2, 29/ 23
of privilege, to be somewhat more homely with them 2, 32/ 21
some one man, haply somewhat perceiving, filled many men 2, 44/ 28
what he knew. Howbeit, somewhat the dealing itself made 2, 44/ 29
-- albeit his heart somewhat grudged that he was 2, 47/ 33
-- on whom he somewhat doted in the King's 2, 48/ 20
his prince; of living somewhat dissolute; plain and open 2, 52/ 19
very well married, saving somewhat too soon; her husband 2, 55/ 9
would have wished her somewhat higher. Thus say they 2, 55/ 25
Whose judgment seemeth me somewhat like as though men 2, 55/ 28
The other two were somewhat greater personages, and nevertheless 2, 56/ 10
increased that she durst somewhat the more boldly say 2, 61/ 21
well or otherwise. Howbeit, somewhat to satisfy her, he 2, 63/ 5
business about this marriage somewhat the more at length 2, 66/ 9
it sufficed to have somewhat to say, while they 2, 66/ 13
And by and by, somewhat louder, he rehearsed them 2, 75/ 9
claimed by inheritance was somewhat interlaced with the title 2, 89/ 11