By William Shakespeare
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Additional resources for Antony and Cleopatra (Webster's Thesaurus Edition)
ANTONYMS: (adj) dull, expected, boring. lottery: (n) drawing, raffle, sweepstakes, draft, chance, allotment, tombola, draw, bet, brag, cassino. modesty: (n) reserve, bashfulness, humility, diffidence, humbleness, demureness, coyness, gentleness, continence; (adj, n) decency, honesty. ANTONYMS: (n) arrogance, immodesty, spectacle, flamboyance, abandon, bigheadedness, pretension, decadence, boldness. ploughed: (v) plucked. ANTONYM: (adj) unplowed. riggish: (adj) gay, rakish, dissipated, gallant, meretricious, incontinent.
BOTH. Sir, good success! LEPIDUS. Farewell. ] SCENE V. ALEXANDRIA. A ROOM IN THE PALACE. ] CLEOPATRA. Give me some music,--music, moody food Of us that trade in love. ALL. The music, ho! ] CLEOPATRA. Let it alone; let's to billiards: come, Charmian. CHARMIAN. My arm is sore; best play with Mardian. Thesaurus alone: (adj) forlorn, individual, lonely, lonesome; (adj, adv) only, apart; (adv) solely, entirely, exclusively, separately, individually. ANTONYMS: (adj) overshadowed, ordinary, mobbed, equaled, crowded, accompanied, common, grouped, surpassed; (adv) jointly; (n) foe.
Smash, decline, deteriorate; (n) quoth: (v) quod. integer, twenty dollar bill. --Did I, Charmian, Ever love Caesar so? CHARMIAN. O that brave Caesar! CLEOPATRA. Be chok'd with such another emphasis! ' CHARMIAN. The valiant Caesar! CLEOPATRA. % CHARMIAN. By your most gracious pardon, I sing but after you. CLEOPATRA. --But come, away; Get me ink and paper: he shall have every day A several greeting, Or I'll unpeople Egypt. ] Thesaurus bloody: (adj) brutal, bleeding, ruddy, green: (adj) callow, immature, young, mash, gallimaufry, fruit salad, bloodthirsty, sanguineous, sanguine, jealous, youthful, emerald, crude, mingled yarn, dish, miscellany, juvenile, gullible, inexperienced; (adj, herring salad, crab Louis.
Antony and Cleopatra (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare