SUCHLIKE...............1
fear. These things and suchlike, being beaten into the 2, 43/ 28
 
 SUDDEN.................3
of this manner of sudden change, and what thing 2, 47/ 19
backs except that some sudden necessity had constrained them 2, 52/ 30
that same forenoon; which sudden fear drove them to 2, 53/ 4
 
 SUDDENLY...............12
that an hoverly kindness, suddenly contracted in one hour 2, 15/ 23
lightness that he so suddenly had yielded up the 2, 22/ 30
late before, he was suddenly fallen in so great 2, 24/ 26
came on her so suddenly, nothing less looking for 2, 40/ 30
had contrived to have suddenly destroyed him and the 2, 53/ 1
hear it then so suddenly so highly taken: that 2, 54/ 23
he beheld coming, he suddenly left the matter with 2, 68/ 12
among the press, began suddenly at men's backs to 2, 76/ 18
number unto him so suddenly, without any warning or 2, 77/ 19
into the chamber and suddenly lapped them up among 2, 85/ 18
troubled with fearful dreams, suddenly sometimes start up, leap 2, 87/ 18
King," and there so suddenly stopped), and exhorted him 2, 92/ 18
 
 SUED...................1
she delighted to be sued unto and to show 2, 56/ 22
 
 SUFFER.................7
no little jeopardy to suffer our well-proved evil-willers to 2, 15/ 1
is growing, if we suffer this young king in 2, 15/ 15
be as loath to suffer him from the King 2, 28/ 31
and hers also, to suffer him in sanctuary -- 2, 34/ 14
their honors there to suffer him bide where no 2, 36/ 21
be other men to suffer you to keep him 2, 37/ 13
that they will not suffer, in any wise, King 2, 79/ 30
 
 SUFFERED...............4
any wise to be suffered that the young king 2, 14/ 22
his servants nor himself suffered to go out -- 2, 18/ 10
longer would not be suffered, the Protector made so 2, 49/ 15
he would never have suffered him to escape his 2, 90/ 9
 
 SUFFERING..............1
they were traitors (not suffering them to speak and 2, 57/ 28
 
 SUFFICE................2
your faithfulness haply would suffice. But childhood must be 2, 11/ 21
for you, should yet suffice, as meseemeth, to refrain 2, 62/ 25
 
 SUFFICED...............5
proclaiming could scant have sufficed unto the bare writing 2, 54/ 8
them to whom it sufficed to have somewhat to 2, 66/ 13
far forth that fifteenths sufficed not -- nor any 2, 69/ 31
crown by battle, it sufficed in a rich man 2, 71/ 3
other parts might have sufficed, saving that we such 2, 76/ 5
 
 SUFFICETH..............2
your concord. For it sufficeth not that all you 2, 11/ 19
to so much as sufficeth to get and keep 2, 64/ 5
 
 SUFFICIENT.............1
And if examples be sufficient to obtain privilege for 2, 39/ 7
 
 SUIT...................5
for their business made suit to them that had 2, 45/ 1
prince, after as great suit and seeking-to with all 2, 57/ 1
came, to make a suit by petition to the 2, 60/ 12
poor lady made humble suit unto the King that 2, 60/ 28
least rule, and more suit was in his days 2, 71/ 31
 
 SUITS..................1
finally, in many weighty suits she stood many men 2, 56/ 20
 
 SULTAN.................1
he that playeth the sultan is percase a souter 2, 81/ 2
 
 SUM....................1
you is the whole sum and effect of this 2, 72/ 31
 
 SUMMER.................1
forth that in the summer, the last that ever 2, 5/ 13
 
 SUNDAY.................3
in procession upon a Sunday, with a taper in 2, 54/ 28
device, Doctor Shaa the Sunday after at Paul's Cross 2, 66/ 25
at Paul's Cross on Sunday last past, the right 2, 73/ 10
 
 SUNDRY.................3
meetly than for peace. Sundry victories had he, and 2, 8/ 1
of themselves, assembled in sundry companies and went, flockmeal 2, 22/ 20
your great cost and sundry perils and jeopardies in 2, 72/ 27
 
 SUPPOSE................6
fear. But go to, suppose that she fear -- 2, 29/ 12
is a gay matter. Suppose he could not ask 2, 38/ 23
could not ask it; suppose he would not ask 2, 38/ 23
would not ask it; suppose he would ask to 2, 38/ 23
may no man, I suppose, take my ward from 2, 38/ 31
We need not, I suppose, to rehearse of these 2, 70/ 28
 
 SURE...................18
a marvelous fortress and sure armor, if division and 2, 5/ 27
his intent, and a sure ground for the foundation 2, 10/ 2
Duke of Gloucester was sure and fastly faithful to 2, 23/ 5
could I reckon him sure, if he be not 2, 37/ 30
if he be not sure in this, the sanctuary 2, 37/ 30
playfellow' -- be ye sure! I pray God send 2, 38/ 13
may the nephews be sure of their uncle? Each 2, 41/ 27
safe and both be sure; and nothing for them 2, 41/ 30
him I am as sure of the man that 2, 50/ 24
me. And I am sure that my cousin of 2, 63/ 28
that the King was sure to Dame Elizabeth Lucy 2, 64/ 28
say, while they were sure to be compelled to 2, 66/ 14
of his visage, the sure, undoubted image, the plain 2, 67/ 32
of his visage, the sure, undoubted image, the plain 2, 68/ 19
of whom, I am sure, ye will better believe 2, 73/ 2
yet were they not sure how His Grace would 2, 78/ 4
them and see them sure. After which time the 2, 85/ 7
he never thought himself sure. Where he went abroad 2, 87/ 12
 
 SURELY.................7
power chiefly lay. But surely great pity was it 2, 45/ 28
to the best. So surely thought he that there 2, 46/ 3
household were reckoned very surely for the children of 2, 67/ 24
had weened would most surely serve me -- even 2, 83/ 26
that change grew. And surely the occasion of their 2, 89/ 6
fair manner departed.) But surely some right secret at 2, 90/ 2
my lord Morton answered, "Surely, my lord, folly were 2, 92/ 4
 
 SURER..................1
long after not much surer than war. So that 2, 71/ 24
 
 SUREST.................1
when he reckoned himself surest, he lost his life 2, 52/ 15
 
 SURETY.................17
and either for the surety or increase of his 2, 8/ 11
I reckon the only surety to rest in your 2, 11/ 19
country, or your own surety." And therewithal the King 2, 13/ 24
to His Grace no surety to have the mightiest 2, 14/ 31
he determined, upon the surety of his own conscience 2, 18/ 17
under arrest for their surety, not for the King's 2, 23/ 10
think it for their surety, let them keep it 2, 33/ 11
were rather here in surety with me than I 2, 36/ 24
not only for his surety but also for his 2, 40/ 15
to see to his surety, if she with her 2, 41/ 11
me than the vain surety of man's mind so 2, 51/ 13
never in so great surety." O good God, the 2, 52/ 13
he was in good surety; when he reckoned himself 2, 52/ 14
his honor, profit, and surety also, to marry in 2, 62/ 3
is that? Certes, the surety of your own bodies 2, 69/ 21
neither your goods in surety, and yet they brought 2, 71/ 7
it was now no surety to retreat, as for 2, 79/ 18