Much Ado About Nothing

Beatrice 1 a bird of my tongue is better than a beast of yours
2 not till God make men of some other mettle than earth
3 would it not grieve a woman to be overmastered by a valiant piece of dust
4 devil will meet me like an old cuckold and say get you to heaven Beatrice
5 and a cinquepace falls into a cinquepace faster and faster till he sinks into his grave
6 Adam’s sons are my brethren I hold it as a sin to my kindred
7 I love with so much of my heart that none is left to protest
8 Sweet Hero! She is wronged, she is slandered, she is undone
9 both deny love again, need something else to bring them together again. dance at the end
Benedick 10 I am loved of all ladies, only you excepted
11 so some gentleman or other shall ‘scape a predestinate scratched face
12 with anger, with sickness or with hunger, my lord: not with love
13 I will live a bachelor
14 exceeds her as much in beauty as much as the first of May
15 she told me that I was the prince’s jester come, talk not of her
16 his words are a fantastical banquet, so many strange dishes
17 love may transform me into an oyster- but he says he never will
18 this can be no trick
19 i will be horribly in love with her it must be requited
20 fair wise virtuous
21 I do love nothing in the world so well as you Enough, I am engaged: i will challenge him, i will kiss your hand, and so i leave you- poetic
22 A miracle. Here’s our own hands against our hearts i take thee for pity
Don Pedro 23 i stand dishonour’d, that have gone about to link my dear friend in a common stale
Don John24 mortal medicine to a mortifying mischief
25 i cannot hide who i am
26 born under Saturn i must be said when i have cause eat when i have stomach sleep when i am drowsy
27 I heard him swear his affection
28 How canst thou cross this marriage? Show me briefly how
29 What proof shall i make of that?
30 whatsoever comes athwart his affection ranges evenly with mine
Claudio31 In mine eyes she is the sweetest lady that i ever looked on
32 can the world buy such a jewel
33 Which I mistrusted now. Farewell, therefore, Hero and trust no agent: for beauty is a witch
34 There Leonato take her back give not this rotten orange to your friend
35 I’ll hold my hand, where she is Ethiope I owe you
36 I am your husband, if you like me Another Hero
Hero37 I know her spirits are so coy and wild as haggards of the rock
38 very shy and quiet upon introductions
39 She is so self-endear’d
40 How wise, how noble, how young, how rarely featur’d
41 press me to death with wit
42 there thou prick’st her with a thistle
43 Is my lord well that he doth speak so wide?334
44 she was masked, showing purity, chastity.
45 Wherefore? Why, doth not every earthly thing cry shame upon her? Do not live, Hero
46 Think not of him till tomorrow I’ll devise thee brave punishment come, come, we are friends
Borachio47 my cunning shall not shame you