By William Shakespeare
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Sovereign of Egypt, hail! CLEOPATRA. How much unlike art thou Mark Antony! -How goes it with my brave Mark Antony? ALEXAS. Last thing he did, dear queen, He kiss'd,--the last of many doubled kisses,-This orient pearl: his speech sticks in my heart. CLEOPATRA. Mine ear must pluck it thence. Thesaurus amorous: (adj) amatory, romantic, taste, piece, nibble; (adj, v) gobbet, thence: (adv) therefore, thus, amative, affectionate, passionate, mite. therefrom, thereof, consequently, murmuring: (n) murmuration, fond, warm, ardent, erotic, tender, then, so, thereafter, thenceforth, impassioned.
Tis pity of him. CAESAR. Let his shames quickly Drive him to Rome; 'tis time we twain Did show ourselves i' thefield; and to that end Assemble we immediate council: Pompey Thrives in our idleness. LEPIDUS. To-morrow, Caesar, I shall be furnish'd to inform you rightly Thesaurus beasts: (n) stock. berry: (n) fruit, kernel, berries, cranberry, currant, dewberry, hackberry, wintergreen, whortleberry, teaberry, mulberry. borne: (adj) weak, wanting, spoony, soft, sappy, shallow, little, limited. daintily: (adv) nicely, finely, fragilely, elegantly, fastidiously, gracefully, refinedly, squeamishly, exquisitely, lightly, prettily.
Your way is shorter; My purposes do draw me much about. You'll win two days upon me. 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.