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Colloquial. a—Why, yes, of course you may have it. It's a pleasure
to be able to accommodate you. b-Can you have this pen? Well-um-yes, I guess you
may have it.
SHAKESPEARE, Merchant of Venice, i, 3.
Colloquial. a—That is not so. It is. It is not. It is. It is not. 6–Stop that. I'll not. You shall. I'll not. You shall.
l'll not. C—What that man says is false. He did do it. I saw
him do it, and he knows he did it.
We both have fed as well; and we can both
SHAKESPEARE, Julius Caesar, i, 2. 25. ASSURANCE:
Colloquial. a—Let's have a look; I won't take it; upon my honor I
I will not touch thine eyes
SHAKESPEARE, King John, iv, 1. 26. AUTHORITY: (See Command, Anger.)
SHAKESPEARE, Romeo and Juliet, i, 1.
27. AVERSION: (See Contempt.)
0, he's as tedious
SHAKESPEARE, Henry IV, I, iii, 1.
28. AWE: (See Solemnity, Sadness, Sublimity.)
YOUNG, Night Thoughts. d—"Tis now the very witching time of night; When churchyards yawn.
SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet, iii, 2. 29. BELITTLING: (See Dispraising.)
Colloquial. —Call that good? Why, it's the poorest picture I ever looked at.
I gave it to a youth,-
SHAKESPEARE, Merchant of Venice, v, 1. 30. BENEDICTION:
May he live
SHAKESPEARE, Henry VIII, ii, 1. d- Hail to thee, lady! and the grace of Heaven,
Before, behind thee, and on every hand,
SHAKESPEARE, Othello, ii, 1. 31. BITTERNESS:
SHAKESPEARE, Richard III, iv, 2. 32. BOASTING:
Colloquial. a—Bah, we could beat them left handed. 1—Bah, you talk of fighting. Wait till you see us, then
you will know what fighting is. -One American is equal to three Frenchmen any time.
I'll play the orator as well as Nestor;
SHAKESPEARE, King Henry VI, iii, 2. 33. BOLDNESS: (See Defiance.)
Colloquial. a—Whether I get thrashed for it or not, I'll go right up
to the teacher and tell her what I think of her.
SHAKESPEARE, King Lear, i, 1. 34. BRAVERY:
SHAKESPEARE, Henry V, iii, 1. 35. CALLING:
Colloquial. a—Do you hear me up there? Are you in the tower ? George! George! Come down, I say !
SHAKESPEARE, Macbeth, ii, 3. 36. CALM: (See Repose.)
I feel within me
SHAKESPEARE, Henry VIII, iii, 2.
37. CAREFULNESS: (See Caution.)
I'll observe his looks;
SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet, ii, 2.
38. CAUTION: (See Warning.)
SHAKESPEARE, Richard III, iii, 5.
39. CERTAINTY: (See Assertion, Conviction.)
40. CHALLENGE: (See Defiance.)
Colloquial. a-Come out if you dare and fight. I challenge you.
SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet, i, 1.