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Prince of Denmark
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neither: 142 (V. ii. 121)

Nemean lion's: 26 (I. iv. 83)

Nero: 86 (III. ii. 419)

nerve: 26 (I. iv. 83)

neutral, a: 58 (II. ii. 511)

nickname: 69 (III. i. 153)

niggard of question: 64 (III. i. 13)

Niobe: 13 (I. ii. 149)

no addition: 106 (IV. iv. 17)

nomination: 143 (V. ii. 134)

note: 34 (I. v. 178)

nothing: 109 (IV. v. 13); 112 (IV. V. 93)

noyance: 87 (III. iii. 13)

numbers: 44 (II. ii. 119)

 

obscure: 117 (IV. v. 213)

obsequious: 11 (I. ii. 93)

occasion: 20 (I. iii. 54)

occulted: 74 (III. ii. 85)

occurrents: 152 (V. ii. 371)

o'er-crows: 152 (V. ii. 367)

o'er-leavens: 24 (I. iv. 39)

o'ermaster 't: 32 (I. v. 140)

o'er-offices: 129 (V. i. 87)

o'er-raught: 64 (III. i. 17)

o'er-sized: 58 (II. ii. 493)

o'er-teemed: 59 (II. ii. 539)

o'ertook in 's rouse: 37 (II. i. 58)

of general assault: 36 (II. 1. 35)

of so young days: 40 (II. ii. 11)

of vantage: 88 (III. iii. 33)

office: 66 (III. i. 73)

ominous horse: 57 (II. ii. 485)

on . . . button: 49 (II. ii. 237)

on 't: 69 (III. i. 155)

open'd: 40 (II. ii. 18)

operant: 78 (III. ii. 186)

opposite: 80 (III. ii. 232)

opposites: 140 (V. ii. 62)

orchard: 28 (I. v. 35)

ordinant: 140 (V. ii. 48)

organ: 85 (III. ii. 392); 121 (IV. vii. 70)

orisons: 67 (III. i. 89)

ostentation: 117 (IV. v. 215)

our shape: 124 (IV. vii. 150)

out of haunt: 100 (IV. i. 18)

out of thy star: 45 (II. ii. 141)

out-herods Herod: 71 (III. ii. 16)

outstretched: 50 (II. ii. 275)

overlooked: 118 (IV. vi. 13)

overpeering: 112 (IV. v. 99)

owl was a baker's daughter: 110 (IV. v. 42)

 

paddling: 98 (III. iv. 185)

paddock: 98 (III. iv. 190)

painted tyrant: 58 (II. ii. 510)

pajock: 82 (III. ii. 300)

pales: 24 (I. iv. 28)

pall: 138 (V. ii. 9)

palmy state: 5 (I. i. 113)

panders: 94 (III. iv. 88)

pansies: 115 (IV. v. 176)

parle: 3 (I. i. 62)

part: 75 (III. ii. 111); 122 (IV. vii. 76)

particular: 11 (I. ii. 75)

partisan: 6 (I. i. 140)

pass of practice: 124 (IV. vii. 138)

passage: 90 (III. iii. 86)

passages of proof: 123 (IV. vii. 112)

passing: 55 (II. ii. 436)

passion: 116 (IV. v. 187)

patience: 75 (III. ii. 114)

peace-parted: 135 (V. i. 262)

peak: 61 (II. ii. 602)

peasant: 61 (II. ii. 584)

Pelion: 136 (V. i. 277)

perdition: 142 (V. ii. 118)

perdy: 83 (III. ii. 310)