EYES...................3
might turn both the eyes and minds of men 2, 44/ 10
burst out at their eyes. Then on the morrow 2, 77/ 6
he went abroad, his eyes whirled about, his body 2, 87/ 13
 
 FACE...................6
his right side, his face toward them; and none 2, 13/ 25
part should have the face and name of a 2, 16/ 10
make it a fair face. Yet delighted not men 2, 56/ 1
visage" represented "the very face of the noble duke 2, 67/ 30
visage representeth the very face of the noble duke 2, 68/ 17
back to turn their face to the wall while 2, 77/ 5
 
 FAIL...................3
brought back (as friends fail fleers)? For then had 2, 50/ 16
seek and should not fail to find some other 2, 79/ 24
me -- even those fail me and at my 2, 83/ 26
 
 FAILED.................1
and were, if both failed, inheritor to the crown 2, 39/ 29
 
 FAILING................1
and stifled, their breath failing, they gave up to 2, 85/ 21
 
 FAIN...................6
for which he was fain to pill and spoil 2, 8/ 6
King's brother should be fain to keep sanctuary. For 2, 26/ 20
own fault maketh him fain need to require it 2, 32/ 15
voice that he was fain to leave off and 2, 59/ 3
resist, that he was fain to void the realm 2, 65/ 17
dissemble their sorrow, were fain at his back to 2, 77/ 4
 
 FAINT..................1
our own fault or faint heart. And therefore go 2, 50/ 22
 
 FAINTLY................1
as men deemed) more faintly than he that were 2, 8/ 25
 
 FAIR...................10
and three, leaving much fair issue: that is to 2, 3/ 6
not so fortunate as fair; Bridget, which, representing the 2, 3/ 9
Every man answered him fair, as though no man 2, 53/ 9
curiously indited, and so fair written in parchment, in 2, 54/ 5
yet went she so fair and lovely, namely while 2, 54/ 31
Proper she was and fair -- nothing in her 2, 55/ 23
would make it a fair face. Yet delighted not 2, 56/ 1
as she was both fair, of a good favor 2, 61/ 6
which, nevertheless, he in fair manner departed.) But surely 2, 90/ 1
him, fed him with fair words and many pleasant 2, 91/ 22
 
 FAITH..................13
say. But in good faith, I dare well answer 2, 19/ 19
them. And in good faith -- if they were 2, 30/ 5
brother. And in good faith, methinketh it were as 2, 35/ 2
that, of the Cardinal's faith she nothing doubted, nor 2, 41/ 7
trifles, and hath such faith in dreams which either 2, 50/ 11
his own head. "In faith, man," quoth he, "I 2, 52/ 9
-- which in good faith I am sorry to 2, 72/ 4
other, for his fast faith and wisdom, not only 2, 91/ 2
-- by which his faith declared, and good service 2, 91/ 9
and said, "In good faith, my lord, I love 2, 92/ 27
he answered, ' In faith, I neither wot nor 2, 93/ 6
their ear." "In good faith, sir," said the Bishop 2, 93/ 13
Bishop said, "In good faith, my lord, as for 2, 93/ 17
 
 FAITHFUL...............10
place than plain and faithful advice, of which must 2, 11/ 29
one ought him as faithful service as they -- 2, 14/ 26
was sure and fastly faithful to his prince, and 2, 23/ 5
neither his wise and faithful advertisement can move her 2, 27/ 8
be here, of whose faithful mind she nothing doubteth 2, 29/ 3
God and the world. Faithful ye be -- that 2, 42/ 1
and passing well-beloved; very faithful, and trusty enough, trusting 2, 52/ 22
of his honorable and faithful Council, both for his 2, 53/ 31
I to King Edward faithful chaplain, and glad would 2, 92/ 10
intended to use his faithful, secret advice and counsel 2, 92/ 22
 
 FAITHFULLY.............3
which the other part faithfully observed. The Queen, being 2, 16/ 30
-- I ensure you faithfully -- for my mind 2, 29/ 32
he thought: whereof he faithfully promised there should never 2, 92/ 20
 
 FAITHFULNESS...........2
they were men, your faithfulness haply would suffice. But 2, 11/ 21
for a certain friendly faithfulness. Proper she was and 2, 55/ 23
 
 FALL...................15
thought, whatsoever business should fall between them, himself should 2, 10/ 13
variance, might hap to fall themselves at war ere 2, 11/ 17
youth infected, shall readily fall to mischief and riot 2, 11/ 30
him best, shall after fall farthest out of favor 2, 12/ 2
before, that we eftsoons fall not in that occasion 2, 13/ 8
in a child's reign fall at debate, many a 2, 13/ 15
should all the realm fall on a roar. And 2, 16/ 24
harm there like to fall where she least would 2, 16/ 26
all the realm would fall to the other, if 2, 25/ 15
full, and which never fall from the craft after 2, 30/ 15
craft after they once fall thereto, it is pity 2, 30/ 16
we should needs cost fall in peril one way 2, 50/ 20
firmly set than to fall off for a word 2, 61/ 22
as where any people fall at distance among themselves 2, 71/ 11
feeling him easy to fall out if the matter 2, 91/ 25
 
 FALLEN.................2
before, he was suddenly fallen in so great trust 2, 24/ 26
lasted not long) far fallen into the King's indignation 2, 51/ 22
 
 FALLING................1
him almost to the falling; which thing albeit each 2, 50/ 28
 
 FALSE..................1
her fear to be false, so well she wist 2, 41/ 5
 
 FALSEHOOD..............3
that fled for some falsehood. Wherefore either is there 2, 50/ 18
were by other men's falsehood than think it were 2, 50/ 21
his very friends, or falsehood of his feigned friends 2, 66/ 7
 
 FALSELY................1
openly taken in his falsely conceived treason, and also 2, 53/ 32
 
 FAME...................5
outward), and, as the fame runneth, also not untoothed 2, 7/ 27
coronation -- causing the fame to be blown about 2, 23/ 30
much. Now flew the fame of this lord's death 2, 52/ 23
than virtue, of more fame than learning. For they 2, 58/ 25
his realm) much honorable fame receiveth among all other 2, 72/ 26
 
 FAMILIAR...............5
benign, courteous and so familiar, that no part of 2, 5/ 8
so friendly and so familiar cheer, and sent venison 2, 5/ 17
she thought him secretly familiar with the King in 2, 11/ 3
persons, but in the familiar conversation of those that 2, 26/ 10
Tower), waxed with him familiar. Whose wisdom abused his 2, 90/ 20
 
 FAMILIARITY............1
kindred or alliance, near familiarity or leger acquaintance, with 2, 71/ 5
 
 FAMILIARLY.............3
and whom he very familiarly used, and in his 2, 45/ 21
enter in talking more familiarly. Whose appetite when she 2, 61/ 9
and exhorted him so, familiarly between the twain, to 2, 92/ 19
 
 FAMOUS.................3
times, which be now famous only by the infamy 2, 57/ 2
late noble prince of famous memory King Henry the 2, 83/ 1
committed against the most famous prince King Henry VII 2, 86/ 11
 
 FANTASIETH.............1
either his own fear fantasieth or do rise in 2, 50/ 12
 
 FANTASY................1
every man as his fantasy gave him. But much 2, 80/ 19
 
 FAR....................40
grew and increased, so far forth that in the 2, 5/ 12
right or favor, so far forth advanced that, King 2, 6/ 17
in body and prowess far under them both: little 2, 7/ 19
as well shoot too far as too short. Howbeit 2, 9/ 6
entereth creepeth forth so far till with division and 2, 12/ 24
deeds) their hearts were far asunder. As soon as 2, 13/ 31
Wales. Which country, being far off from the law 2, 14/ 4
was begun to be far out of good will 2, 14/ 4
and many of them far more honorable part of 2, 14/ 26
power, she wist well, far stretched. And thus should 2, 16/ 23
dealing in these matters far from the knowledge of 2, 19/ 22
to his place not far from Westminster. And for 2, 21/ 5
not the matter too far forth, ere they knew 2, 23/ 16
bring the matter so far out of joint that 2, 23/ 20
those that be neither far under nor far above 2, 26/ 10
neither far under nor far above his age. And 2, 26/ 11
as evil words walk far) -- that the King's 2, 26/ 19
I toward it so far forth do my best 2, 28/ 17
stand in force as far forth as reason will 2, 31/ 24
is not fully so far forth as may serve 2, 31/ 24
this noble prince is far, whose love to his 2, 32/ 9
keep household in Wales, far out of your company 2, 35/ 31
the King? And how far be they off? -- 2, 37/ 6
child, I need not far to seek. For in 2, 39/ 9
you now: that as far as ye think that 2, 42/ 6
you fear not as far too little." And therewith 2, 42/ 7
muse thereon -- so far forth that the Lord 2, 45/ 10
him, to ride so far yet the same night 2, 50/ 9
it lasted not long) far fallen into the King's 2, 51/ 22
bold in mischief, as far from pity as from 2, 57/ 26
in the beginning, so far forth that they determined 2, 59/ 12
of Warwick had so far moved already; which were 2, 62/ 6
that King Edward was far off. But the Lord 2, 67/ 27
the people were so far from crying "King Richard 2, 68/ 24
ye would have gone far to fetch -- that 2, 69/ 18
out among unthrifts, so far forth that fifteenths sufficed 2, 69/ 30
labor and counsel, as far as should like the 2, 79/ 6
that they had so far gone that it was 2, 79/ 18
infortune hath nevertheless so far come in question that 2, 82/ 20
his own life, so far forth that when the 2, 89/ 16