By William Shakespeare
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ANTONYMS: whippersnapper, scalawag, (v) unfasten, detach. pickaninny, jackanapes. frown: (adj, v) lower; (adj, n) scowl; (n, proverb: (n) adage, byword, aphorism, dictum, saying, axiom, parable, motto, expression; (n, v) maxim, saw. sharper: (n, v) cheat; (n) rogue, impostor, swindler, chiseler, deceiver, cheater, welsher, sharpie; (v) shark, fraud. sting: (n, v) bite, hurt, con, pain; (v) prick, itch, irritate, prickle, goad, provoke, smart. ANTONYMS: (v) calm; (n) honesty. % ANTIGONUS. Hang all the husbands That cannot do that feat, you'll leave yourself Hardly one subject.
Fellows: (n) fellow, membership, faculty. guiding: (adj) scouting, directive, leading, controlling, guidance, directional, guide, direction, management, steering, sovereign. hither: (adv) here, whither, hitherward, thither. hour: (n) clock, o'clock, hours, time, hr, term, nonce, moment, occasion, dawn, dusk. knees: (n) knee. seize: (v) catch, capture, grab, arrest, clutch, get, apprehend, receive, annex, clasp; (n, v) grapple. ANTONYMS: (v) baulk, relinquish, restore, surrender, give, remove. wrath: (n) rage, resentment, ire, fury, displeasure, indignation, passion, madness, choler, irritation; (adj) angry.
CAMILLO. It is in mine authority to command The keys of all the posterns: please your highness To take the urgent hour: come, sir, away. ] Thesaurus creature: (n) being, brute, animal, tool, neighbourhood. pilot: (n, v) guide, lead; (n) leader, individual, person, body, entity, aviator; (v) manage, direct, director, human, puppet, somebody. expedition: (n) dispatch, travel, conduct, fly, navigate; (adj) celerity, speed, haste, readiness, experimental. quest, tour; (n, v) campaign, journey, precious: (adj, n) beloved; (adj) crusade.