Comparison of William Shakespeare King Lear 5.1 to William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare King Lear 5.1 has 69 lines, and 30% of them have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14 in William Shakespeare. 70% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.58 weak matches.
King Lear 5.1: 6
’Tis to be doubted, madam. Now, sweet lord,
Henry VI Part 3 4.3: 19
’Tis to be doubted he would waken him.
King Lear 5.1: 8
Tell me but truly, but then speak the truth,
King Lear 5.1: 9
Do you not love my sister? In honor’d love.
King Lear 5.1: 14
No, by mine honor, madam.
As You Like It 1.2: 18
No, by mine honor, but I was bid to come for you.
King Lear 5.1: 29
Combine together ’gainst the enemy;
King Lear 5.1: 30
For these domestic and particular broils
King Lear 5.1: 31
Are not the question here. Let’s then determine
King Lear 5.1: 33
I shall attend you presently at your tent.
King Lear 5.1: 34
Sister, you’ll go with us?
King Lear 5.1: 35
King Lear 5.1: 36
’Tis most convenient, pray go with us.
Coriolanus 1.3: 51
... Volsces have an army forth; against whom Cominius the general is gone, with one part of our Roman power. Your lord and Titus Lartius are set down before their city Corioles; they nothing doubt prevailing, and to make it brief wars. This is true, on mine honor, and so I pray go with us.
King Lear 5.1: 39
Hear me one word. I’ll overtake you. — Speak.
All's Well That Ends Well 5.2: 10
I beseech your honor to hear me one single word.
All's Well That Ends Well 5.2: 11
You beg a single penny more. Come, you shall ha’t; save your word.
Coriolanus 3.1: 214
Yield, Martius, yield! Hear me one word,
Coriolanus 3.1: 215
Beseech you, tribunes, hear me but a word.
King Lear 5.1: 41
If you have victory, let the trumpet sound
King Lear 5.1: 42
For him that brought it. Wretched though I seem,
King Lear 5.1: 43
I can produce a champion that will prove
King Lear 5.1: 45
Your business of the world hath so an end,
King Lear 5.1: 46
And machination ceases. Fortune love you!
King Lear 5.1: 48
When time shall serve, let but the herald cry,
Henry IV Part 2 4.1: 74
(When time shall serve) to show in articles;
Henry V 2.1: 4
For my part, I care not; I say little; but when time shall serve, there shall be smiles — but that shall be as it may. I dare not fight, but I will wink and hold out mine iron. It is a simple one, but what though? It will toast cheese, and it will endure cold as another man’s sword will; and there’s an ...
Passionate Pilgrim: 321
When time shall serve, be thou not slack
King Lear 5.1: 49
And I’ll appear again.
King Lear 5.1: 50
Why, fare thee well, I will o’erlook thy paper.
All's Well That Ends Well 2.3: 176
Do not plunge thyself too far in anger, lest thou hasten thy trial; which if — Lord have mercy on thee for a hen! So, my good window of lettice, fare thee well. Thy casement I need not open, for I look through thee. Give me thy hand.
Winter's Tale 4.3: 56
Then fare thee well, I must go buy spices for our sheep-shearing.
Henry IV Part 2 2.4: 172
Well, fare thee well. I have known thee these twenty-nine years, come peascod-time, but an honester and truer-hearted man — well, fare thee well.
Julius Caesar 3.1: 150
Shrunk to this little measure? Fare thee well!
Julius Caesar 3.1: 151
I know not, gentlemen, what you intend,
Timon of Athens 4.3: 98
I had rather be alone. Why, fare thee well;
Troilus and Cressida 5.6: 19
Till when, go seek thy fortune. Fare thee well.
Troilus and Cressida 5.6: 20
I would have been much more a fresher man,