DISPORT................2
also for their both disport and recreation; which thing 2, 34/ 26
displeasure and not without disport. The King would say 2, 56/ 5
 
 DISPOSED...............2
presence should refrain evil disposed persons from the boldness 2, 14/ 8
him, for he was disposed utterly no longer to 2, 49/ 32
 
 DISPOSITION............1
as to which his disposition was more meetly than 2, 8/ 1
 
 DISPOSITIONS...........1
of things and the dispositions of men were then 2, 43/ 26
 
 DISPUTE................3
he would no longer dispute the matter. But if 2, 40/ 12
should have space to dispute and digest the matter 2, 58/ 8
I purpose not to dispute his title. But for 2, 93/ 19
 
 DISSEMBLE..............1
Duke, not able to dissemble their sorrow, were fain 2, 77/ 4
 
 DISSENSION.............5
armor, if division and dissension of their friends had 2, 5/ 28
intending, under pretext of dissension and debate arising in 2, 6/ 22
life, albeit that this dissension between his friends somewhat 2, 10/ 10
thereby of debate and dissension, what loss, what sorrow 2, 12/ 28
us never so long-continued dissension, nor so many battles 2, 71/ 13
 
 DISSIMULATING..........1
it unlikely (the deep dissimulating nature of those both 2, 90/ 3
 
 DISSIMULATION..........1
less wit. For his dissimulation only kept all that 2, 45/ 30
 
 DISSIMULER.............1
and secret, a deep dissimuler, lowly of countenance, arrogant 2, 8/ 7
 
 DISSOLUTE..............1
prince; of living somewhat dissolute; plain and open to 2, 52/ 19
 
 DISSOLVED..............1
down, and the company dissolved and departed, the more 2, 77/ 2
 
 DISSUADED..............2
time that ever she dissuaded the gathering of power 2, 20/ 28
moved therewith that she dissuaded the marriage as much 2, 62/ 1
 
 DISTANCE...............2
he intended to set distance between the King and 2, 18/ 20
any people fall at distance among themselves, nor in 2, 71/ 11
 
 DISTINCT...............1
was neither loud nor distinct, but, as it were 2, 76/ 14
 
 DISTRESS...............2
friends that were in distress, and over that (which 2, 34/ 22
to behold the long-continued distress and decay of the 2, 78/ 14
 
 DISTRUST...............1
in such hatred and distrust of other that the 2, 89/ 24
 
 DISTRUSTED.............1
he doubted and partly distrusted the coming of such 2, 77/ 18
 
 DISTURB................1
Godward, she devised to disturb this marriage, and rather 2, 64/ 23
 
 DISTURBANCE............1
King himself, in the disturbance of his coronation. But 2, 22/ 26
 
 DISTURBING.............1
men unto anger and disturbing the King's coronation, toward 2, 23/ 18
 
 DIVERS.................16
former promise) as for divers other great gifts which 2, 11/ 7
When these lords, with divers others of both the 2, 11/ 8
he secretly, therefore, by divers means, caused the Queen 2, 16/ 11
the north country into divers places to prison, and 2, 20/ 12
had in his time. Divers lords and knights were 2, 25/ 8
knights were appointed unto divers rooms. The Lord Chamberlain 2, 25/ 9
pay." And with that, divers of the clergy that 2, 32/ 27
to the Queen, with divers other lords with him 2, 33/ 29
-- which removed also divers of the Prince's old 2, 45/ 5
he had departed, with divers other lords, and broken 2, 46/ 1
the Lord Hastings with divers others of his traitorous 2, 53/ 15
this counsel they took divers, such as they thought 2, 58/ 13
for king. In which, divers things they devised. But 2, 59/ 17
might be found in divers others that were more 2, 62/ 18
of Buckingham, accompanied with divers lords and knights, more 2, 69/ 3
Duke of Buckingham, with divers noblemen with him, besides 2, 77/ 12
 
 DIVERSE................4
all quickly bestowed in diverse chambers -- except the 2, 49/ 10
concubines which in three diverse properties diversely excelled: one 2, 56/ 7
fell out is of diverse folk diverse-wise pretended. This 2, 88/ 1
their variance is of diverse men diversely reported. Some 2, 89/ 7
 
 DIVERSE-WISE...........1
is of diverse folk diverse-wise pretended. This duke -- 2, 88/ 1
 
 DIVERSELY..............4
the city, the people diversely divining upon this dealing 2, 22/ 18
in three diverse properties diversely excelled: one the merriest 2, 56/ 7
the people departed, talking diversely of the matter, every 2, 80/ 19
is of diverse men diversely reported. Some have I 2, 89/ 7
 
 DIVINE.................1
any man here can divine. "Wherefore, methinketh it were 2, 26/ 24
 
 DIVINETH...............1
no certainty, and whoso divineth upon conjectures may as 2, 9/ 6
 
 DIVINING...............1
city, the people diversely divining upon this dealing. And 2, 22/ 18
 
 DIVINITY...............1
friars; both doctors of divinity, both great preachers, both 2, 58/ 24
 
 DIVISION...............3
and sure armor, if division and dissension of their 2, 5/ 27
now thought that their division should be (as it 2, 10/ 1
so far till with division and variance he turneth 2, 12/ 25
 
 DO.....................28
by profitable advertisement to do the children good -- 2, 10/ 25
no man will so do for naught. And such 2, 26/ 21
may in this matter do most good of any 2, 26/ 31
her, and therein to do his uttermost devoir. Howbeit 2, 27/ 25
would not we should do it. I trust that 2, 28/ 14
it so far forth do my best that ye 2, 28/ 17
less regard than they do. "Now, then, if she 2, 29/ 24
the good that they do with the hurt that 2, 30/ 31
a license also to do more. Howbeit, much of 2, 31/ 17
lawful one man to do another wrong? That no 2, 32/ 3
out of sanctuary to do him good, I say 2, 33/ 18
this doing should both do great good to the 2, 34/ 20
others that would haply do their best unto him 2, 35/ 14
upon the matter examined, do well enough. And as 2, 37/ 1
hath no man to do to examine. And yet 2, 39/ 30
doubt but he would do it indeed if there 2, 43/ 21
own fear fantasieth or do rise in the night's 2, 50/ 12
she was able to do with the King, or 2, 56/ 23
could not well otherwise do, standing that the Earl 2, 62/ 6
pray you so to do, whereby you shall do 2, 74/ 26
do, whereby you shall do great profit to all 2, 74/ 29
what was best to do. When the Mayor saw 2, 75/ 18
we would not gladly do without you -- that 2, 76/ 6
use him, he would do his uttermost devoir to 2, 79/ 7
disorder the play and do themselves no good. The 2, 81/ 10
at my commandment will do nothing for me." "Sir 2, 83/ 27
dare well say, to do Your Grace pleasure the 2, 83/ 28
and by such wise do him good that all 2, 84/ 12
 
 DOCTOR.................8
him and delivered to Doctor Russell, Bishop of Lincoln 2, 25/ 4
down in the midst. Doctor Shaa by his sermon 2, 59/ 4
certain is it that Doctor Shaa was of counsel 2, 59/ 11
council concluded that this Doctor Shaa should in a 2, 66/ 16
According to this device, Doctor Shaa the Sunday after 2, 66/ 25
those words, and the Doctor, fearing that he should 2, 68/ 9
which the said worshipful doctor rather signified than fully 2, 73/ 24
commandment of King Richard) Doctor Morton, Bishop of Ely 2, 90/ 19
 
 DOCTORS................2
the Augustinian friars; both doctors of divinity, both great 2, 58/ 24
the place where the doctors commonly stand, in the 2, 68/ 23
 
 DOG....................1
tugged like a cur dog. And the mischief that 2, 87/ 6
 
 DOING..................2
And she in this doing should both do great 2, 34/ 20
them that had the doing, some were by their 2, 45/ 2