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77 examples of  poyson  in sentences

77 examples of poyson in sentences

Asse? Feele my selfe tortur'd by this diffused poyson, But tortur'd more by these unsavoury drugges? Ant.

If I doe not Restore your limbs to soundnesse, drive the poyson From the infected part, study your tortures To teare me peece-meale yet be kept alive.

We have a taske in hand, to kill a Serpent Which spits her poyson in our kingdomes face.

Is it such poyson? Onae.

That fiddle then is in me; this arme can doo't by ponyard, poyson, or pistoll; but shall I doo't indeed? Onae.

I dare mix gall and poyson with my Inke. Onae.

Oh, you are false physitians all unto me, You bring me poyson but no antidotes.

Your selfe that poyson brewes.

by poyson? King.

Baltazar, To give thy Sword an edge againe, this Frenchman Shall whet thee on, that if thy pistoll faile, Or ponyard, this can send the poyson home.

Holy Father, You must give pardon to me in unlocking A Cave stuft full with Serpents which my State Threaten to poyson; and it lyes in you To breake their bed with thunder of your voyce.

You Curre of Cerberus litter, (strikes him), you'll poyson the honest Lady?

Poyson his whore to day, for thou shalt wait On the Kings Cup, and when, heated with wine, He cals to drinke the Brides health, Marry her Alive to a gaping grave.

I feele no poyson yet; only mine eyes Are putting out their lights: me thinks I feele Deaths Icy fingers stroking downe my face;

His heart did earne** against his hated foe, And bowels so with rankling poyson swelde, 255 That scarce the skin the strong contagion helde.

The subtill vermin, creeping closely* neare, Did in his drinke shed poyson privilie; Which, through his entrailes spredding diversly, Made him to swell, that nigh his bowells brust, And him enforst to yeeld the victorie, That did so much in his owne greatnesse trust.

Anon comes in a Fellow, [Sidenote: anon come in an other man,] takes off his Crowne, kisses it, and powres poyson

No, no, they do but iest, poyson in iest, no Offence i'th'world.

[Sidenote: vsurps] Powres the poyson in his eares.[10] Ham.

He poysons him i'th Garden for's estate: [Sidenote: A poysons | for his] [Footnote 1: said, perhaps, to Polonius.

He poysons him i'th Garden for's estate: [Sidenote: A poysons | for his] [Footnote 1: said, perhaps, to Polonius.

Follow her close, Giue her good watch I pray you: Oh this is the poyson of deepe greefe, it springs All from her Fathers death.

It is a poyson temp'red by himselfe: Exchange forgiuenesse with me, Noble Hamlet; Mine and my Fathers death come not vpon thee, Nor thine on me.[10] Dyes.

I dye Horatio: The potent poyson quite ore-crowes my spirit, I cannot liue to heare the Newes from England, [Sidenote: 62]

Some villaine hath filld up a Cup of poyson T'infect the whole house of the Guzman family; And you are greedyest first to take it downe.

Nor would I have my wife exceeding faire, For then she's liquorish meate; & it would mad me To see whoremasters teeth water at her, Red haird by no meanes, though she would yeild money To sell her to some Jew for poyson.

Oh, poore, wrongd Lady, The poyson which the villaine poures on thy honour Runs more into my veines then all the Venome He spitts at me or my deare Boy, his brother.

Contempt repaid with scorne; tis my desert; Poyson soone murders a love wounded heart.

If I beare this while there be knives or swords, Poyson or ought left to extinguish life That womans spleene can compasse Alexander!

Thou canst not poyson worse: I can feed now, Feed and nere burst with mallice.

But if he have a fowle hart't has byn hid long, And cunningly that poyson has byn carried.

I am the verye foote-ball of the starres, Th'anottomye of fortune whom she dyssects With all the poysons & sharpe corrosyves Stylld in the lymbecke of damde pollycie.

Of certaine trees yeelding meale, hony, and poyson.

Gab. Mallyce with all her poysons cannot wounde Hys faire deserved reputatyon.

I am the verye foote-ball of the starres, Th'anottomye [sic] of fortune whom she dyssects With all the poysons and

For some prooffe Of myne integrytie, knowe I was hyerd By Ganelon to poyson you.

Suer he has reveald My purposse and reward to poyson hym:

For so I must repute hym, though hys pyttie Be myne afflyction) to poyson me.

I say and sweare by all dyvinitie That can rewarde or punyshe, tys most true That with a summe of goulde and further hopes Of future honors he did wynne my promysse To poyson the greate Palladyne.

I pray thee, doe; bytter thyngs expell poyson; See if my follyes may be purdgd a littill.

There is not the malytious creature nowe liveinge, no, not a venemous and craftie stepdame, nor a tale-carr[y]inge, truthe-pervertinge gossypp cann make theire seedes of enmytie poyson the love of parentts, husbands, neighbours or good fellowshypp sooner or more effectuallye then I will crosse theire frendshypp.

The poyson of hys synns will choake the sprynge, And, if thou hast not layd hym deepe enoughe, Corrupt the ayre & cause a generall plauge.

We twoe contryved & wrytt these charracters, By Heaven we did; twas onlye we that spreade The poyson of debate & stryfe betwyxt you.

More then poyson two.

Have you the poyson? Rod.

Here, take the poyson; Ile not stayne her face For all the treasure of the Westerne Island.

[Exit. Bel. Poyson my face!

Melantius, I am now considering How easie 'twere for any man we trust To poyson one of us in such a boul.

To poyson men because they love me not; To call the credit of mens Wives in question; To murder children betwixt me and land; this is all hurt.

How heaven is in your eyes, but in your hearts, More hell than hell has; how your tongues like Scorpions, Both heal and poyson; how your thoughts are woven With thousand changes in one subtle webb, And worn so by you.

Which way Wilt thou take, that I may shun thee; For thine eyes are poyson to mine; and I Am loth to grow in rage.

what, before my face? Poyson of Aspes between your lips; Diseases Be your best issues; Nature make a Curse And throw it on you. Are.

Beware to foster such pernicious snakes Within thy bosome, which will poyson thee.

He is a Dove, a childe, an innocent, And cannot poyson, father, though he would.

If it be so, come, strike me to the earth; Thou needest no other weapon but thine eye; Tis full of poyson, fixe it, and Ile die.

Or stay: because I love him, he shall chuse The easiest of three deaths that we may use, The halter, poyson, or bloodshedding blade.

This Aconite's well made, a cup of poyson Stuft with despatching simples, give him this, And he shall quickly leave all earthly blisse.

Death steales upon me like a silken sleepe; Through every vaine doe leaden rivers flowe, The gentlest poyson that I ever knewe, To work so coldly, yet to be so true.

This ingenious Author being thus sharp set, got together a convenient Quantity of Brick-Dust, and having disposed of it into several Papers, writ upon one Poyson for Monsieur, upon a second, Poyson for the Dauphin, and on a third, Poyson for the King.

This ingenious Author being thus sharp set, got together a convenient Quantity of Brick-Dust, and having disposed of it into several Papers, writ upon one Poyson for Monsieur, upon a second, Poyson for the Dauphin, and on a third, Poyson for the King.

This ingenious Author being thus sharp set, got together a convenient Quantity of Brick-Dust, and having disposed of it into several Papers, writ upon one Poyson for Monsieur, upon a second, Poyson for the Dauphin, and on a third, Poyson for the King.

This ingenious Author being thus sharp set, got together a convenient Quantity of Brick-Dust, and having disposed of it into several Papers, writ upon one Poyson for Monsieur, upon a second, Poyson for the Dauphin, and on a third, Poyson for the King.

This ingenious Author being thus sharp set, got together a convenient Quantity of Brick-Dust, and having disposed of it into several Papers, writ upon one Poyson for Monsieur, upon a second, Poyson for the Dauphin, and on a third, Poyson for the King.

This ingenious Author being thus sharp set, got together a convenient Quantity of Brick-Dust, and having disposed of it into several Papers, writ upon one Poyson for Monsieur, upon a second, Poyson for the Dauphin, and on a third, Poyson for the King.

I cannot see her yet, how it afflicts me The poyson of this place should mix it self With her pure thoughts?

Recant What you have said, ye Mungrils, and licke up The vomit you have cast upon the Court, Where you unworthily have had warmth and breeding, And sweare that you like Spiders, have made poyson Of that which was a saving antidote. Egre.

His gall contains fine stuff now to make poysons, Rare damned stuff.

O happy Age of Gould; happy' houres; Not for with milke the rivers ranne, And hunny dropt from ev'ry tree; Nor that the Earth bore fruits, and flowres, Without the toyle or care of Man, And Serpents were from poyson free;...

Give me it, I shall make a shift yet, old as I am, To find your knavery: you are sent here, Sirra, To discover certain Gentlemen, a spy-knave, And if ye find 'em, if not by perswasion To bring 'em back, by poyson to despatch 'em.

By poyson, ha? Ger. Here is another, Hubert; What is that Hubert Sir? Hem.

Here is no poyson for the Toad to feed; Here boldly spread thy hands, no venom'd Weed Dares blister them, no slimy Snail dare creep Over thy face when thou art fast asleep; Here never durst the babling Cuckow spit, No slough of falling Star did ever hit Upon this bank: let this thy Cabin be, This other set with Violets for me.

Thou art all these, and more than nature meant, When she created all, frowns, joys, content; Extream fire for an hour, and presently Colder than sleepy poyson, or the Sea, Upon whose face sits a continual frost: Your actions ever driven to the most, Then down again as low, that none can find The rise or falling of a Womans mind.

And like a glorious, desperate man that buys A poyson of much price, by which he dies, Dost thou lay out for Lust, whose only gain Is foul disease, with present age and pain, And then a Grave?

Tigranes, you will think you are arriv'd In a strange Land, where Mothers cast to poyson Their only Sons; think you you shall be safe? Tigr.

This was the only cause why she did seek to poyson you, and I to keep you safe; and

In publike; for shee knew shee should be found A Traytor, and her talke would have beene thought Madnesse or any thing rather then truth: This was the onely cause why shee did seeke To poyson you, and I to keepe you safe: And this the reason why I sought to kindle Some sparke of love in you to faire Panthea, That shee might get part of her right agen.

In the rankest and strongest poysons, pure and sweet balmes may be distilled, and some matter or other worthy to be remembred may be embraced, whosoeuer is Author.