By William Shakespeare
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ANTONYM: (n) misery. inch: (n) in, bit, column inch, morsel; (v) crawl, creep, ease; (adj) tatter, mite, seed, shive. knew: (adj) known; (v) recognize, wist. lodge: (n, v) cabin, place, house; (adj, v) live, dwell, reside, inhabit; (n) cottage; (v) quarter, accommodate, fix. ANTONYMS: (v) dislodge, evict. queen: (n) king, lady, sovereign, monarch, dame, pansy, queer, faggot, princess, fairy, czarina. % LEONTES. Cease; no more. You smell this business with a sense as cold As is a dead man's nose: but I do see't and feel't As you feel doing thus; and see withal The instruments that feel.
LEONTES. You're liars all. FIRST LORD. Beseech your highness, give us better credit: We have always truly serv'd you; and beseech So to esteem of us: and on our knees we beg,-- Thesaurus dash: (adj, n, v) rush; (n, v) touch, sprint, strike, splash, jog; (v) dart, break; (n) tinge, beat; (adj, n) animation. ANTONYMS: (v) dawdle, inspirit, languish, saunter, encourage, linger; (n) stagnation, languor, listlessness, mass, dullness. esteem: (n) deference, admiration; (n, v) respect, value, consideration, account; (v) appreciate, deem, adore, admire, count.
Bid, motion. ANTONYMS: (n) finale, sufficiency: (n) enough, fill, conclusion, postscript. ampleness, adequateness, fullness, piteous: (adj) miserable, pitiful, capacity, competence, satisfaction, affluence; (adj, n) plenty, abundance. pathetic, doleful, lamentable, abject, William Shakespeare 39 From our free person she should be confin'd; Lest that the treachery of the two fled hence Be left her to perform. % ANTIGONUS. ] To laughter, as I take it, If the good truth were known. ] SCENE II. THE SAME.