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Macb. Accursed be that tongue that tells me so,
of man !
And break it to our hope. I'll not fight with thee. Macd. Then yield thee, coward,
And live to be the show and gaze o' the time:
• Here may you see the tyrant.' Mabc.
I will not yield,
[Exeunt, fighting. Alarums. Retreat. Flourish. Enter, with drum and colours,
Malcolm, old Siward, Ross, the other Thanes, and
So great a day as this is cheaply bought.
He only lived but till he was a man ;
confirm's In the unshrinking station where he fought,
But like a man he died. Siw.
Then he is dead ? Ross. Ay, and brought off the field : your cause of sorrow
Must not be measured by his worth, for then
It hath no end.
Had he his hurts before ?
Why then, God's soldier be he!
And so his knell is knoll’d.
He's worth more sorrow, 50
He's worth no more :
Re-enter Macduf, with Macbeth's bead. Macd. Hail, king! for 80 thou art : behold, where stands
The usurper's cursed head: the time is free:
Hail, King of Scotland !
Hail, King of Scotland !
[Flourish. Mal. We shall not spend a large expense of time 60
Before we reckon with your several loves,
A ONE, a man; (Theobald from Daven | APPROVE, prove; I. vi. 4.
ant, a Thane" ; Grant White, “a ARGUMENT, subject, theme; II. iii. 126. man"); III. iv. 131.
ARM'D, encased in armour; 111. iv. 101. ABSOLUTE, positive; III. vi. 40. AROINT THEE, begone ; 1. iii. 6. ABUSE, deceive; II. i. 50.
ARTIFICIAL, made by art; III. v. 27. ACHERON, the river of the infernal As, as if ; II. iv. 18. regions; III. v. 15.
ASSAY; "the great a. of art," the ADDER'S FORK, the forked tongue of greatest effort of skill; IV. iii. 143. the adder; IV. i. 16.
ATTEND, await ; III. ii. 3. ADDITION, title ; I. iii. 106.
AUGURES, auguries; (?) augurs; III. ADDRESS'D THEM, prepared themselves; II. ii. 24.
AUTHORIZED BY, given on the authority ADHERE, were in accordance; I. vii
. 52. of ; III, iv. 66. ADMIRED, wondrous-strange; III. iv. Avouch, assert ; III. i. 120. ADVISE, instruct; III. i. 129.
BABY OF A GIRL, (?) girl's doll ; accordAFEARD, afraid ; I. iii. 96.
ing to others, feeble child of an Affection, disposition; IV iii. 77. immature mother " ; III. iv, 106. Affaer'd, confirmed ; IV. iii. 34. BADGED, smeared, marked (as with a ALARM, call to arms; V. ii. 4.
badge); II. iii. 107. ALARUM'D, alarmed;
BANE, evil, harm; V. iii. 59. ALL, any; III. ii. 11.
Battle, division of an army; V. vi. 4. “and all to all,” i e. and we all BEGUILE, deceive; I. v. 64. (drink) to all; III. iv. 92.
Bellona, the goddess of war; I. ii. 54. ALL-THING, in every way; III. i. 13. BEND UP, strain ; I. vii. 79. A-MAKING, in course of progress; III. Benison, blessing ; II. iv. 40.
Bent, détermined ; III. iv. 134. Angel, genius, demon; V. viii. 14. Best, good, suitable ; III. iv. 5. ANGERLY, angrily; III. v. I.
Bestow'd, staying ; III. i. 30. ANNOYANCE, hurt, harm; V. i. 84. Bestows HIMSELF, has settled; III. vi. ANON, immediately; 1. i. 10.
24 ANON, ANON, "coming, coming"; the BESTRIDE, stand over in posture of
general answer of waiters; II. iii. 23. defence; IV. iii. 4. An't, if it; (Ff., "and't"); III. vi, 19. BIDES, lies; III. iv. 26. ANTIC, grotesque, old-fashioned ; IV. i. Bill, catalogue; III. i. 100. 130.
BIRNAM, a high hill twelve miles from ANTICIPATEST, dost prevent; IV. i. 144. Dunsinane; IV. i. 93 Apace, quickly; III. iii. 6.
BIRTHDOM, land of our birth, mother. APPLY, be devoted ; III. ii. 30.
country; IV. iii. 4.
II. i. 53
I. ii. 9.
BLADED;"b. corn," corn in the blade,
177. BLIND-WORM, glow-worm ; IV. i. 16. CHOKE THEIR ART, render their skill BLOOD-BOLTER'D, locks matted into
useless; hard clotted blood; IV. i. 123. Chuck, a term of endearment; III.ü. Blow, blow upon; I. iii. 15.
hopes; III. i. 81.
Close, join, unite; III. ii. 14.
breech, covered with blood " ; (ac- CLOSED), enclosed ; III. i. 99. cording to some covered as with Cloudy, sullen, frowning ; III. vi. breeches "),; II. iii. 122.
41. BREED, family, parentagę; IV. iii. 108. Cock, cock-crow; "the second c.", BRINDED, brindled, streaked; IV. i. 1. i.e., about three o'clock in the mornBRING, conduct ; II. iii. 52.
ing; II. iii. 27. BROAD, plain-spoken; IIŤ. vi. 21. CoIGN OF VANTAGE, convenient corBROIL, battle ; 1. ii. 6.
ner; I. vi. 7. BROKÉ OPE, broken open; II. iii. 72. COLD, (?) dissyllabic; IV. i. 6. But, only ; 1. vii. 6.
COLME-KILL, i.e. Icolmkill, the cell of By, past; IV. i. 137.
St. Columba ; II. iv. 33. BY THE WAY, casually; III. iv. 130. Come, which have come ; I. ii. 144.
COMMAND UPON, put your commands CABIN'D, confined ; III. iv. 24.
upon; III. i. 16. CAPTAINS, trisyllabic; (s. Walker Commends, commits, offers; I. vii.
conj. “captains twain"); I. ii. 34. CARELESS, uncared for ; I. iv. 11. COMMISSION; “those in c.”, those Casing, encompassing, all surround- entrusted with the commission; I ing ; III. iv. 23.
iv. 2. 'Cause, because; III. vi. 21.
COMPOSITION, terms of peace; I. ii. CENSURES, opinion; V. iv. 14.
59. CHAMPION Me, fight in single combat Compt; "in c.", in account; I. vi. with me; IIÍ. i. 72.
26. CHANCED, happened, taken place; I. COMPUNCTIOUS, pricking the
science; I. v. 46. CHAPs, jaws, mouth; I. ii. 22. CONCLUDED, decided ; III. i. 141. Charge; "in an imperial c.", in exe- CONFINELESS, boundless, limitless; cuting a royal command ; IV. iii.
IV. iii. 55.
CONFOUNDS, destroys, ruins ; II, i. 11. CHARGED, burdened, oppressed ; V. i. CONFRONTED, met face to face; I. ü. бо.