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Antony and Cleopatra
      
"My Salad Days, when I Was Green in Judgment."
As You Like It
      
"All the World's a Stage, and All the Men and Women Merely Players."
As You Like It
      
"Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind! Thou Art Not So Unkind As Man's Ingratitude."
As You Like It
      
"Can One Desire Too Much of a Good Thing?"
As You Like It
      
"The Fool Doth Think He is Wise, but the Wise Man Knows Himself to Be a Fool."
As You Like It
      
"For Ever and a Day."
As You Like It
      
"How Bitter a Thing It is to Look Into Happiness Through Another Man's Eyes!"
As You Like It
      
"I Like This Place and Willingly Could Waste My Time in It"
As You Like It
      
"True is It That We Have Seen Better Days."
Coriolanus
      
"Nature Teaches Beasts to Know Their Friends."
Cymbeline
      
"The Game is Up."
Cymbeline
      
"I Have Not Slept One Wink."
Hamlet
      
"And It Must Follow, As the Night the Day, Thou Canst Not then Be False to Any Man."
Hamlet
      
"Brevity is the Soul of Wit."
Hamlet
      
"Doubt That the Sun Doth Move, Doubt Truth to Be a Liar, but Never Doubt I Love."
Hamlet
      
"Do You Think I Am Easier to Be Played on Than a Pipe?"
Hamlet
      
"In My Mind's Eye."
Hamlet
      
"I Will Speak Daggers to Her, but Use None."
Hamlet
      
"The Lady Doth Protest Too Much, Methinks."
Hamlet
      
"A Little More Than Kin, and Less Than Kind."
Hamlet
      
"Neither a Borrower nor a Lender Be."
Hamlet
      
"The Play's the Thing Wherein I'll Catch the Conscience of the King."
Hamlet
      
"Rich Gifts Wax Poor when Givers Prove Unkind."
Hamlet
      
"That It Should Come to This!"
Hamlet
      
"There is Nothing Either Good or Bad, but Thinking Makes It So."
Hamlet
      
"This Above All: to Thine Own Self Be True."
Hamlet
      
"Though This Be Madness, Yet There is Method in 't."
Hamlet
      
"To Be, or Not to Be: That is the Question."
Hamlet
      
"When Sorrows Come, They Come Not Single Spies, but in Battalions."
Henry IV, Part I
      
"The Better Part of Valour is Discretion."
Henry IV, Part I
      
"He Will Give the Devil His Due."
Henry IV, Part II
      
"He Hath Eaten Me out of House and Home."
Henry IV, Part II
      
"I Do Now Remember the Poor Creature, Small Beer."
Henry IV, Part III
      
"The Smallest Worm Will Turn, Being Trodden On."
Henry IV, Part III
      
"Suspicion Always Haunts the Guilty Mind; The Thief Doth Fear Each Bush an Officer."
Watch the Spongebob Squarepants episode "The Nasty Patty" for a humorous illustration of this quote.
Henry IV, Part II
      
"A Man Can Die but Once."
Henry IV, Part II
      
"Uneasy Lies the Head That Wears a Crown."
Henry IV, Part II
      
"We Have Heard the Chimes at Midnight."
Henry VI, Part I
      
"Delays Have Dangerous Ends."
Henry VI, Part II
      
"The First Thing We Do, Let's Kill All the Lawyers."
Henry VI, Part III
      
"Having Nothing, Nothing Can He Lose."
Henry VI, Part II
      
"Small Things Make Base Men Proud."
Henry VI, Part II
      
"True Nobility is Exempt from Fear."
Henry VI, Part I
      
"Of All Base Passions, Fear is the Most Accursed."
Henry V
      
"Men of Few Words Are the Best Men."
Julius Caesar
      
"As He Was Valiant, I Honor Him; But, As He Was Ambitious, I Slew Him."
Julius Caesar
      
"Beware the Ides of March."
Julius Caesar
      
"But, for My Own Part, It Was Greek to Me."
Julius Caesar
      
"Cowards Die Many Times Before Their Deaths; The Valiant Never Taste of Death but Once."
Julius Caesar
      
"Cry 'Havoc' and Let Slip the Dogs of War."
Julius Caesar
      
"A Dish Fit for the Gods."
Julius Caesar
      
"Et Tu, Brute!"
Julius Caesar
      
"Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Lend Me Your Ears; I Come to Bury Caesar, Not to Praise Him."
Julius Caesar
      
"This Was the Noblest Roman of Them All."
Julius Caesar
      
"When That the Poor Have Cried, Caesar Hath Wept: Ambition Should Be Made of Sterner Stuff."
Julius Caesar
      
"Yond Cassius Has a Lean and Hungry Look; He Thinks Too Much: Such Men Are Dangerous."
King Lear
      
"Have More Than Thou Showest, Speak Less Than Thou Knowest, Lend Less Than Thou Owest."
King Lear
      
"How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth It is to Have a Thankless Child!"
King Lear
      
"I Am a Man More Sinned Against Than Sinning."
King Lear
      
"My Love's More Richer Than My Tongue."
King Lear
      
"Nothing Will Come of Nothing."
King Lear
      
"The Worst is Not, So Long As We Can Say, 'This is the Worst.' "
Macbeth
      
"All the Perfumes of Arabia Will Not Sweeten This Little Hand."
Said Lady Macbeth after she killed DUncan.
Macbeth
      
"Double, Double Toil and Trouble; Fire Burn, and Cauldron Bubble."
Macbeth
      
"Fair is Foul, and Foul is Fair."
Macbeth
      
"I Bear a Charmed Life."
Macbeth
      
"I Dare Do All That May Become a Man; Who Dares Do More is None."
Macbeth
      
"If Chance Will Have Me King, Why, Chance May Crown Me."
Macbeth
      
"I Have No Spur to Prick the Sides of My Intent, but Only Vaulting Ambition, Which O'erleaps Itself, and Falls on the Other."
Macbeth
      
"Is This a Dagger Which I See Before Me, The Handle Toward My Hand?"
Macbeth
      
"Look Like the Innocent Flower, but Be the Serpent Under 't."
Macbeth
      
"Out, Damned Spot! Out, I Say!"
Macbeth
      
"There's Daggers in Men's Smiles."
Macbeth
      
"What's Done is Done."
Lady Macbeth: Things without all remedyShould be without regard; what's done is done.Macbeth, 3.2
Macbeth
      
"Yet Do I Fear Thy Nature; It is Too Full O' the Milk of Human Kindness."
Measure for Measure
      
"The Miserable Have No Other Medicine but Only Hope."
Measure for Measure
      
"Our Doubts Are Traitors, and Make Us Lose the Good We Oft Might Win, by Fearing to Attempt."
Measure for Measure
      
"Some Rise by Sin, and Some by Virtue Fall."
The Merchant of Venice
      
"But Love is Blind, and Lovers Cannot See."
The Merchant of Venice
      
"The Devil Can Cite Scripture for His Purpose."
The Merchant of Venice
      
"I Like Not Fair Terms and a Villain's Mind."
The Merry Wives of Windsor
      
"As Good Luck Would Have It."
The Merry Wives of Windsor
      
"I Cannot Tell What the Dickens His Name Is."
The Merry Wives of Windsor
      
"This is the Short and the Long of It."
The Merry Wives of Windsor
      
"Why, then the World's Mine Oyster."
A Midsummer Night's Dream
      
"The Course of True Love Never Did Run Smooth."
A Midsummer Night's Dream
      
"Love Looks Not With the Eyes, but With the Mind, and Therefore is Winged Cupid Painted Blind."
Much Ado About Nothing
      
"Everyone Can Master a Grief but He That Has It."
Othello
      
"I Will Wear My Heart Upon My Sleeve for Daws to Peck At."
Othello
      
"The Robbed That Smiles Steals Something from the Thief."
Othello
      
"T’is Neither Here nor There."
Othello
      
"To Mourn a Mischief That is Past and Gone is the Next Way to Draw New Mischief On."
Richard III
      
"Conscience is but a Word That Cowards Use, Devised at First to Keep the Strong in Awe."
Richard III
      
"An Honest Tale Speeds Best, Being Plainly Told."
Richard III
      
"A Horse! A Horse! My Kingdom for a Horse!"
Richard III
      
"The King's Name is a Tower of Strength."
Richard III
      
"Now is the Winter of Our Discontent."
Richard III
      
"Off With His Head!"
Richard III
      
"So Wise So Young, They Say, Do Never Live Long."
Richard III
      
"The World is Grown So Bad, That Wrens Make Prey Where Eagles Dare Not Perch."
Romeo and Juliet
      
"For You and I Are Past Our Dancing Days."
Romeo and Juliet
      
"It Seems She Hangs Upon the Cheek of Night Like a Rich Jewel in an Ethiope's Ear."
Romeo and Juliet
      
"Not Stepping O'er the Bounds of Modesty."
Romeo and Juliet
      
"O! She Doth Teach the Torches to Burn Bright."
Romeo and Juliet
      
"Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow, That I Shall Say Good Night Till It Be Morrow."
O she doth
Romeo and Juliet
      
"See, How She Leans Her Cheek Upon Her Hand! O That I Were a Glove Upon That Hand, That I Might Touch That Cheek!"
Romeo and Juliet
      
"Tempt Not a Desperate Man."
Romeo and Juliet
      
"What's in a Name? That Which We Call a Rose by Any Other Name Would Smell As Sweet."
Romeo and Juliet
      
"Wisely and Slow; They Stumble That Run Fast."
Taming of the Shrew
      
"For the Rain It Raineth Every Day."
Taming of the Shrew
      
"I'll Not Budge an Inch."
Taming of the Shrew
      
"Out of the Jaws of Death."
The Tempest
      
"We Are Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On, Rounded With a Little Sleep."
Timon of Athens
      
"We Have Seen Better Days."
Titus Andronicus
      
"These Words Are Razors to My Wounded Heart."
Troilus and Cressida
      
"The Common Curse of Mankind - Folly and Ignorance."
Twelfth Night
      
"Be Not Afraid of Greatness: Some Are Born Great, Some Achieve Greatness and Some Have Greatness Thrust Upon Them."
Twelfth Night
      
"If Music Be the Food of Love, Play On."
Twelfth Night
      
"Love Sought is Good, but Giv'n Unsought is Better."
Twelfth Night
      
"Thus the Whirligig of Time Brings in His Revenges."
The Winter's Tale
      
"What's Gone and What's Past Help Should Be Past Grief."
The Winter's Tale
      
"You Pay a Great Deal Too Dear for What's Given Freely."


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