ADAMANT to AFFLICTION
ADAMANT.On adamant our wrongs we all engrave,
King.Art of Love, Line 971.
ADORE.We bear it calmly, though a ponderous woe,
Pomfret.To his friend.
Led like a victim, to my death Ill go,
Dryden.The Spanish Friar, Act II. Scene 1.
ADORN.She came adorned hither like sweet May.
Shakespeare.King Richard II., Act V. Scene 1. (Speaking of his Queen.)
Th adorning thee with so much art
Cowley.The Waiting-Maid, Verse 4.
ADVERSARY.Oh that mine adversary had written a book.
Job.Chapter xxxi. Verse 35.
And do as adversaries do in law:
Shakespeare.Taming of the Shrew, Act I. Scene 2. (Tranio to Hortensio.)
ADVERSITY.A man I am, crossd with adversity.
Shakespeare.Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act IV. Scene 1. (Valentine to the Outlaws.)
A wretched soul, bruisd with adversity,
Shakespeare.Comedy of Errors, Act II. Scene 1. (Adriana to Luciana.)
ADVERSITY.Sweet are the uses of adversity;
Shakespeare.As You Like It, Act II. Scene 1. (The Duke to Amiens and other Lords.)
Love is maintaind by wealth; when all is spent,
Herrick.Hesperides, Aphorisms, No. 144.
AFFECTATION.There affectation, with a sickly mien,
Pope.Rape of the Lock, Canto IV. Line 31.
On the rich quilt sinks with becoming woe,
Pope.Ibid., Line 35.
Die of a rose in aromatic pain
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