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sp a9, a[sture]

A. C. Bradley

A. C. Bradley  

(1851–1935),brother of F. H. Bradley, was professor of poetry at Oxford from 1901 to 1906. He is particularly remembered for his contributions to Shakespearian scholarship; his best‐known works are ...
Aaron

Aaron  

In Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, the lover and accomplice of Tamora.
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Anne Button

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a *Moor and Tamora’s lover, is ultimately sentenced to be buried and starved, Titus Andronicus 5.3.

Aaron / ~’s

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ˈarǝn / -z

sp Aaron29, Aron6 / Aarons1

abaiss·er / ~iez

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abɛsiˈez

sp abbaisse1

abandoned

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ǝˈbandǝnd

sp abandon’d1

abandon / ~ed

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= / m ǝˈbandǝnd, -dǝˌnɪd

sp abandon4 / abandon’d5, abandoned2

abase

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ǝˈbɛ:s

sp abase2

abashed

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sp abash’d1

abated

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ǝˈbɛ:tɪd

sp abated1

abatement

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ǝˈbɛ:tmǝnt

sp abatement3

abate / ~s / ~d

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ǝˈbɛ:t / -s / -ɪd /

sp abate12, a-bate1 / abates1 / abated2

> bate

a-bat-fowling

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ǝˈbatˌfǝʊlɪn, -ɪŋ

sp a bat-fowling1

> fowl

Abbess

Abbess  

She reveals herself to be Emilia, mother of the Antipholus twins, at the end of The Comedy of Errors.Anne Button
Abbess

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She reveals herself to be Emilia, mother of the Antipholus twins, at the end of The Comedy of Errors.

abbess

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sp abbesse8

abbey / ~s

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ˈabǝɪ / -z

sp abbey14 / abbies1

Abbot of Westminster

Abbot of Westminster  

He plots against Bolingbroke with Aumerle and the Bishop of Carlisle at the end of Act 4 of Richard II. His death is announced, 5.6.19–21.Anne Button
Abbott, E(dwin) A(bbott)

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who addressed the first meeting of the New Shakespeare Society (13 March 1874). His A Shakespearian Grammar: An

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