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Taper: cône, conicité, effiler. thou: tu, vous, toi. thy: ton. tread: piétiner, bande de roulement, chape, giron, fouler aux pieds, faire les cent pas, semelle, marcher sur, fouler. triumph: triomphe, triompher. winter: hiver, hiverner. wrathful: courroucé. 54 King Henry VI, Part II Now thou dost penance too. Look how they gaze! See how the giddy multitude do point, And nod their heads, and throw their eyes on thee! Ah, Gloster, hide thee from their hateful looks, And, in thy closet pent up, rue my shame, And ban thine enemies, both mine and thine!

Shave: raser, se raser. strife: conflit. strings: cordes, ficelles, instruments à cordes. thou: tu, vous, toi. thy: ton. uncle: oncle. ye: vous, toi, tu. William Shakespeare 37 TOWNSMAN. A miracle! A miracle! SUFFOLK. % TOWNSMAN. Forsooth, a blind man at Saint Alban's shrine, Within this half hour, hath receiv'd his sight; A man that ne'er saw in his life before. KING. Now, God be prais'd, that to believing souls Gives light in darkness, comfort in despair! ] CARDINAL. Here comes the townsmen on procession, To present your highness with the man.

Majesty: majesté, seigneurie. meet: rencontrer, rencontrez, rencontrons, rencontres, rencontrent, ye: vous, toi, tu. rencontre, réunir, se réunir. mild: doux, suave, bénin, léger, faible. morn: matin. muse: muse. occasion: occasion, lieu, fois. peremptory: péremptoire. proud: fier, altier, orgueilleux. sennet: tresse. strangeness: étrangeté, bizarrerie. unlike: à la différence de. wont: coutume. William Shakespeare 59 When %every one will give the time of day, He knits his brow, and shows an angry eye, And passeth by with stiff unbowed knee, Disdaining duty that to us belongs.

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