MISTRUSTED.............6
albeit he nothing less mistrusted than that that happened 2, 10/ 17
Earl of Derby, wisely mistrusted it, and said unto 2, 45/ 11
meant, and so little mistrusted, that he was never 2, 51/ 11
as though no man mistrusted the matter which of 2, 53/ 9
whom trusted he that mistrusted his own brother? Whom 2, 71/ 27
jewels make the true mistrusted. Howbeit, concerning that opinion 2, 82/ 30
 
 MISTRUSTING............2
that they, nothing earthly mistrusting, brought the King up 2, 17/ 6
nothing earthly knowing nor mistrusting as yet. But even 2, 19/ 6
 
 MITIGATE...............1
took displeasure, she would mitigate and appease his mind 2, 56/ 16
 
 MOCKISH................1
of June (after this mockish "election"), then was he 2, 82/ 9
 
 MODERATE...............2
also in recreation and moderate pleasure -- which he 2, 26/ 8
of a good favor, moderate of stature, well made 2, 61/ 6
 
 MONEY..................2
left all gathering of money (which is the only 2, 5/ 1
rich men for their money, and great men for 2, 71/ 25
 
 MONTH..................1
and twenty years, one month, and eight days, died 2, 3/ 3
 
 MONTHS.................1
and three years, seven months, and six days, and 2, 3/ 2
 
 MORE...................93
followed, highly toward him more increased. At such time 2, 4/ 2
them were dead in more than twenty years of 2, 4/ 6
of his virtues was more esteemed, yet that condition 2, 5/ 9
before got him either more hearts or more hearty 2, 5/ 19
either more hearts or more hearty favor among the 2, 5/ 19
common people, which oftentimes more esteem and take for 2, 5/ 20
which his disposition was more meetly than for peace 2, 8/ 1
somewhat (as men deemed) more faintly than he that 2, 8/ 25
live with you, the more deeply am I moved 2, 11/ 14
chief, flattery shall have more place than plain and 2, 11/ 28
any preacher's words ought more to move you than 2, 12/ 10
I have with my more pain than pleasure proved 2, 13/ 4
much ought we the more beware by what occasion 2, 13/ 7
many of them far more honorable part of kin 2, 14/ 26
ruled by the band, more than stood either with 2, 15/ 6
the King's pleasure had more place than the parties' 2, 15/ 20
for their destruction, having more regard to their old 2, 16/ 20
who he thought had more need of comfort, as 2, 20/ 7
discharging, some coming for more, some breaking down the 2, 21/ 23
matter to wise men more unlikely (well perceiving that 2, 24/ 11
and may grow to more grief than any man 2, 26/ 23
considerations, none seemeth me more meetly than our Reverend 2, 26/ 29
which holy ground was more than five hundred years 2, 28/ 2
her own shadow? The more she feareth to deliver 2, 29/ 13
to deliver him, the more ought we fear to 2, 29/ 14
serve them. And much more manquellers, whom God bade 2, 30/ 17
license also to do more. Howbeit, much of this 2, 31/ 17
pope and what prince more piteous than politic hath 2, 31/ 21
privilege, to be somewhat more homely with them that 2, 32/ 21
kept him, or is more tenderly like to cherish 2, 35/ 16
then think they yet more convenient that the Duke 2, 35/ 23
that it should be more expedient to keep him 2, 35/ 27
he should harp no more upon that string. And 2, 36/ 33
maketh me much the more farther to deliver him 2, 37/ 11
with whom, for the more part, they agree much 2, 38/ 20
and preserved to a more prosperous fortune, which I 2, 39/ 13
kingdom! I can no more, but whosoever he be 2, 40/ 2
for he never intended more to move her in 2, 40/ 18
her seemed the Cardinal more ready to depart than 2, 40/ 25
yet make them the more warily to look to 2, 41/ 10
to him, and the more circumspectly to see to 2, 41/ 11
nothing for them both more perilous than to be 2, 41/ 30
hands, he opened himself more boldly, both to certain 2, 42/ 25
he thought his strength more than half increased. The 2, 43/ 8
had not had either more troth or less wit 2, 45/ 29
else as yet, and more shall shortly." That meant 2, 52/ 6
mayest hap to hear more hereafter), and I never 2, 52/ 12
among those that were more amorous of her body 2, 55/ 2
corrected, yet pitied they more her penance than rejoiced 2, 55/ 4
the Protector procured it more of a corrupt intent 2, 55/ 6
the thing that the more easily made her incline 2, 55/ 12
chance so much the more worthy to be remembered 2, 56/ 30
is now in the more beggarly condition, unfriended and 2, 56/ 31
great preachers, both of more learning than virtue, of 2, 58/ 24
learning than virtue, of more fame than learning. For 2, 58/ 25
should be less, and more favorably, handled -- not 2, 59/ 29
to enter in talking more familiarly. Whose appetite when 2, 61/ 9
she durst somewhat the more boldly say her mind 2, 61/ 21
whose heart she perceived more firmly set than to 2, 61/ 22
In which marriage many more commend the maiden's fortune 2, 62/ 13
therein, she said, was more honesty, than honor in 2, 62/ 14
divers others that were more meetly," quoth she, "for 2, 62/ 18
him so much the more hearty favor in that 2, 63/ 12
for the possibility of more possessions lose the fruit 2, 63/ 19
to wed them. No more is it reason that 2, 63/ 27
As for possibility of more inheritance by new affinity 2, 64/ 3
often the occasion of more trouble than profit. And 2, 64/ 4
this marriage somewhat the more at length because it 2, 66/ 9
parents were for the more part unhappy, which were 2, 66/ 32
that by their favors more resembled other known men 2, 67/ 25
divers lords and knights, more than haply knew the 2, 69/ 3
part of the realm more profitable than to you 2, 69/ 15
rehearse of these any more by name, since there 2, 70/ 28
one time and other, more than half the realm 2, 71/ 6
again, it hath cost more English blood than hath 2, 71/ 17
always least rule, and more suit was in his 2, 71/ 31
Wherefore, so much the more cause have we to 2, 74/ 19
in that behalf the more graciously incline if ye 2, 74/ 23
bear so much the more tender favor, in how 2, 74/ 31
shall perceive you the more prone and benevolently minded 2, 74/ 32
dissolved and departed, the more part all sad, some 2, 77/ 2
Grace so much the more honor and less pain 2, 78/ 21
children, that so much more regarded his honor in 2, 78/ 27
had ever perceived much more labor and pain than 2, 78/ 35
by good policy, partly more by God's special providence 2, 79/ 11
-- and for the more part played upon scaffolds 2, 81/ 7
many folks' malice and more folks' folly so long 2, 82/ 23
we shall have place more at large to treat 2, 82/ 32
which, longing for no more partners of the prince's 2, 84/ 7
gave this world a more notable example neither in 2, 86/ 21
to Rome, never minding more to meddle with the 2, 91/ 12
come hurt, and peradventure more good than he would 2, 92/ 21
the Duke yet much more to wit what it 2, 93/ 17