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Once more, take her hence. PAULINA. A most unworthy and unnatural lord Can do no more. LEONTES. I'll have thee burn'd. PAULINA. I care not. It is an heretic that makes the fire, Not she which burns in't. I'll not call you tyrant But this most cruel usage of your queen,-Not able to produce more accusation Than your own weak-hing'd fancy,--something savours Of tyranny, and will ignoble make you, Yea, scandalous to the world. LEONTES. On your allegiance, Out of the chamber with her! Were I a tyrant, Where were her life?
Thesaurus crickets: (n) order Orthoptera, Gryllidae, family Gryllidae. fright: (n, v) dismay, alarm, scare, affright; (n) awe, fear, dread, terror, horror, consternation, apprehension. ANTONYMS: (n) calm, fearlessness, courage, confidence, security. merry: (adj) joyful, lively, cheerful, glad, jolly, facetious, frolicsome, lighthearted, festive; (adj, n) convivial, jovial. ANTONYMS: (adj) gloomy, miserable, serious, uptight. mine: (adj, v) excavate, sap; (n) excavation, pit, fund, land mine, vein; (v) exploit, burrow; (adj) my, delve.
HERMIONE. Let's have that, good sir. Come on, sit down;--come on, and do your best To fright me with your sprites: you're powerful at it. MAMILLIUS. There was a man,-HERMIONE. Nay, come, sit down: then on. MAMILLIUS. Dwelt by a churchyard:--I will tell it softly; Yond crickets shall not hear it. HERMIONE. Come on then, And give't me in mine ear. ] LEONTES. Was he met there? his train? Camillo with him? FIRST LORD. Behind the tuft of pines I met them; never Saw I men scour so on their way: I ey'd them Even to their ships.
Dictionary of Word Origins by Joseph Shipley