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a-I am as positive of it as I stand here.
b-I'm right; I know it. I feel it.
c-As sure as the sun rises and sets that path will lead you into trouble.
d- Not all the water in the rough rude sea
SHAKESPEARE, Richard II, 1ii, 2.
e-There's a special providence in the fall of a sparrow.
ƒ—There's a divinity that shapes our ends,
SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet, v, 2.
SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet, v, 2.
Rough-hew them how we will.
a-Whether they punish me or not, I am going to tell the truth.
b-Let us be firm, even if it costs us our lives.
torture me, sir, but you cannot make me lie.
d-I am armed and well prepared.
Give me your hand, Bassanio; fare ye well! . .
SHAKESPEARE, Merchant of Venice, iv, 1.
I cannot heave
My heart into my mouth; I love your majesty
SHAKESPEARE, King Lear, i, 1.
57. COWARDLINESS: (See Fear.)
a-I can't go across, I'm frightened. O, I'll get hurt, I know I shall.
I'll go no more;
I am afraid to think what I have done;
SHAKESPEARE, Macbeth, ii, 2.
SHAKESPEARE, Macbeth, iii, 4.
Thou can'st not say I did it: never shake
58. CRUELTY: (See Malice.)
a-Suffer? Well, suffer on. I'm glad of it.
b--I don't care if you are hurt-serves you right.
d-I'll hear no more:-die, prophet, in thy speech;
SHAKESPEARE, Henry VI, III, v, 6.
a-A curse upon your wickedness!
b-All the contagion of the south light on you!
Plaster you o'er; that you may be abhorred
Against the wind a mile!
SHAKESPEARE, Coriolanus, i, 4.
c-Bloody thou art, bloody will be thy end;
Shame serves thy life, and doth thy death attend.
SHAKESPEARE, Richard III, iv, 4.
60. DECISION: (See Determination, Assertion.)
a-My mind is made up. I shall do it, and shall do it at once.
b—I haven't and I don't mean to; there, that settles it.
c-Tell them that I will not come today:
Cannot, is false; and that I dare not, falser;
SHAKESPEARE, Julius Caesar, ii, 2.
d-What I have written, I have written.
BIBLE, John, xix.
a-Try it if you dare-try it.
b-I defy you, sir; I defy the soldiers; I defy you all.
e-Defiance, traitors, hurl we in your teeth:
c-I shall in all my best obey you, madam.
SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet, i, 2.
d--Most potent, grave, and reverend signiors,
SHAKESPEARE, Othello, i, 3.
a-Hurrah! Tomorrow's a holiday.
b-Why, did you ever! It's Mr. Thompson. I'm so glad! Sit down! Well, this is a pleasure. I am delighted. There is no other word to express it. I am delighted.
c-Hoo! Marcius coming home!
SHAKESPEARE, Coriolanus, ii, 1.
d-I am giddy; expectation whirls me round,
That it enchants my sense.
SHAKESPEARE, Troilus and Cressida, iii, 2.
a-I deny it; I deny it absolutely.
b-Cassius-I denied you not.
Cassius-I did not.
SHAKESPEARE, Julius Caesar, iv, 3.
65. DERISION: (See Contempt, Sarcasm, Disdain.)
a-You fight? Bah! You would run at the sound of a pop-gun.
b-And who doth lead them but a paltry fellow, . . .
A milk sop, one that never in his life
Felt so much cold as overshoes in snow?
SHAKESPEARE, Richard III, v, 3.
a-I've tried and tried and tried, but it is no use. I'm
b-I have lived long enough: my way of life
SHAKESPEARE, Macbeth, v, 3.
To have seen what I have seen, see what I see!
SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet, iii, 1.
68. DEPRECIATION: (See Dispraising, Belittling.)
69. DETERMINATION: (See Assertion.)
a-You say you will not; I say you shall, and, what is more, I will compel you.
b—I'll do just as I please.
c-You may call me a liar, a fool, a hypocrite; you may call me anything you wish, you cannot, shall not, swerve me from my purpose.
d-I'll have my bond; I will not hear thee speak:
SHAKESPEARE, Merchant of Venice, iii, 3.
70. DIGNITY: (See Pride.)
a-Do you know to whom you are speaking?
c-You insult me, sir.
Do not fear our person;
There's such divinity doth hedge a king,
SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet, iv, 5.