By William Shakespeare
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Hog, Sus scrofa, entire horse, stallion, sentinel: (n) sentry, lookout, watch, sow, horse, hart. watchman, scout, picket, patrol, bristled: (adj) briary, briery, barbed, lookout man, guardian, outlook, protector. snail: (v) sluggard, loiterer, lingerer, pull together; (n) conch, hodmandod, gastropod, garden snail, edible snail, dodman; (adj) whelked. tarry: (v) linger, loiter, stay, remain, delay, lag, dally, dawdle, bide, rest; (adj) pitchy. ANTONYMS: (v) complete, finish. troth: (n) faith, engagement, betrothal, plight, vow, loyalty, espousal, fidelity, truth, verity, veracity.
Pray, masters! fly, masters! Help! ] PUCK I'll follow you; I'll lead you about a round, Through bog, through bush, through brake, through brier; Sometime a horse I'll be, sometime a hound, A hog, a headless bear, sometime a fire; And neigh, and bark, and grunt, and roar, and burn, Like horse, hound, hog, bear, fire, at every turn. ] BOTTOM Why do they run away? This is a knavery of them to make me afeard. Thesaurus bark: (n, v) skin, yelp, snarl, cry, rind, shout; (v) growl, roar; (n) bay, peel, crust.
ANTONYM: (v) uncock. cuckoo: (n) nut, fathead, goose, jackass, zany, goof, ani, coucal; (v) chirrup, cheep, chirp. finch: (n) bunting, bullfinch, brambling, crossbill, linnet, goldfinch, redpoll, grosbeak, redbird, serin, yellowbird. flowery: (adj, v) florid; (adj) bloomy, floral, blossomy, figurative, fancy, verbose, rhetorical, elaborate, ornamented; (v) gay. ANTONYM: (adj) concise. ousel: (n) ouzel, Turdus Merula, merle, merl, European blackbird, thrush, new world blackbird. re-enter: (v) return, come back.
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare