By William Shakespeare
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CLIFFORD. I slew thy father; call'st thou him a child? RICHARD. Ay, like a dastard and a treacherous coward, As thou didst kill our tender brother Rutland, But ere sunset I'll make thee curse the deed. KING HENRY. Have done with words, my lords, and hear me speak. QUEEN MARGARET. Defy them then, or else hold close thy lips. KING HENRY. I prithee, give no limits to my tongue; I am a king, and privileg'd to speak. Thesaurus curse: (n, v) blight, plague; (n) anathema, blasphemy, malediction, denunciation; (adj, v) beshrew; (v) swear, ban, damn, vituperate.
QUEEN MARGARET. Nay, stay; let's hear the orisons he makes. YORK. She-wolf of France, but worse than wolves of France, Whose tongue more poisons than the adder's tooth, Thesaurus fiery: (adj, n) burning, passionate, deplore, bemoan, fret, bewail. glowing; (adj) fervent, ablaze, hot, ANTONYMS: (v) rejoice, celebrate, fervid, impassioned, peppery; (adj, v) encourage. fierce, violent. ANTONYMS: (adj) merry: (adj) joyful, lively, cheerful, calm, passionless, dispassionate, glad, jolly, facetious, frolicsome, indifferent, placid, gentle, cool; (adv) lighthearted, festive; (adj, n) convivial, jovial.
RUTLAND. But 't was ere I was born. Thou hast one son; for his sake pity me, Lest in revenge thereof, sith God is just, He be as miserably slain as I. Ah, let me live in prison all my days, Thesaurus brethren: (n) congregation, assembly, ANTONYMS: (adv) happily, brother, people, laity, family, flock, hopefully, brightly, affluently, fold. enthusiastically, fortunately, forefathers: (n) patriarchs, forefather, profusely, contentedly. slake: (adj, v) abate, slacken; (v) satisfy, ancestor, colony, lineage, family.
King Henry VI, Part III (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare