406 examples of sc in sentences

4, and act v. sc.

" Act v. sc.

" Again, in the "Return from Parnassus," 1600, act v. sc.

So in Middleton's "More Dissemblers besides Women," act i. sc.

" Reed is right in his first explanation; it is so used in Chapman's "May Day," act i. sc.

" See also Shakespeare's "Hamlet," act i. sc. 2, and Mr Steevens's note on it.

sc. 2, and "Cymbeline," act v. sc.

sc. 2, and "Cymbeline," act v. sc.

2. See also "Locrine," act v. sc.

So in the "Second Part of Henry VI.," act i. sc.

" Marston's "What You Will," act ii. sc.

So in Ben Jonson's "Every Man out of his Humour," act ii. sc.

Again, act v. sc.

So in Massinger's "Emperor of the East," act ii. sc.

See Mr Malone's note on "Lear," act i. sc.

Mr Steevens, in a note on the "Comedy of Errors," act ii. sc. 1, has collected a number of quotations to show the meaning of the word stale, and to them the reader is referred.

This passage is quoted by Mr Steevens in a note on "Hamlet," act v. sc.

" Shakespeare's commentators might have added this passage to the long list of others they have brought forward (see note on "Othello," act i. sc. 3), to show that intention and attention, and intentive and attentive, were once, synonymous.

"Plautus, Frinummus, Act i. sc.

Bardolph calls Slender a "Banbury cheese" (Merry Wives of Windsor, act i. sc. 1); and in Jack Drum's Entertainment we read, "You are like a Banbury cheese, nothing but paring."

Shakespeare, Macbeth, act i. sc. 3 (1606).

(The reference is to 2 Henry IV. act i. sc.

"Shakespeare, I Henry IV. act i. sc.

sc. 6), and Holinshead speaks of "Tom Drum his entertaynement, which is to hale a man in by the heade, and thrust him out by both the shoulders.

Shakespeare, in the Second Part of Henry IV. act v. sc.

406 examples of  sc  in sentences