By William Shakespeare
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Additional info for Antony and Cleopatra (Webster's Thesaurus Edition)
ANTONYMS: (adj) rude, impolite, boorish, insulting, unmannerly, gruff, improper, vulgar, unhelpful, neglectful, graceless. fans: (n) landing dogs, following. mermaid: (n) siren, Oberon, Mab, hamadryad, sprite, nymph, nixie, fairy, imaginary being, imaginary creature, kelpie. perfume: (n, v) scent, essence, odor, smell; (n) aroma, bouquet, cologne, incense, odour; (v) embalm, aromatize. ANTONYMS: (n) stink, stench. seeming: (adj) ostensible, superficial, illusory, outward, probable, deceptive, specious; (adj, n) appearance, semblance; (n) aspect, show.
ANTONY. You wrong this presence; therefore speak no more. ENOBARBUS. Go to, then; your considerate stone! CAESAR. I do not much dislike the matter, but The manner of his speech; for't cannot be We shall remain in friendship, our conditions So differing in their acts. Yet if I knew What hoop should hold us stanch, from edge to edge O' the world, I would pursue it. AGRIPPA. Give me leave, Caesar,-CAESAR. Speak, Agrippa. AGRIPPA. Thou hast a sister by the mother's side, Admir'd Octavia: great Mark Antony Is now a widower.
Till: (conj, prep) until, unto; (v) plow, hoe, farm, dig; (adj) up to; (n) tiller, drawer; (adv) so far; (prep) to. unto: (prep, v) to, till, up to; (prep) towards, before. --Let me have thy hand: Further this act of grace; and from this hour The heart of brothers govern in our loves And sway our great designs! CAESAR. There is my hand. A sister I bequeath you, whom no brother Did ever love so dearly: let her live To join our kingdoms and our hearts; and never Fly off our loves again! LEPIDUS. Happily, amen!
Antony and Cleopatra (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare