By William Shakespeare
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ANTONYMS: (n) reality, past, pessimism, distrust, independence. minion: (n) cosset, follower, servant, pet, underling, hanger-on, spoiled child, sycophant, tool, henchman, lackey. ANTONYM: (n) superior. struck: (adj, v) smitten; (v) stroke; (adj) affected, afflicted, doting, dotty, enamored, gaga, hurt, in love, infatuated. William Shakespeare 37 DROMIO OF EPHESUS. % LUCE. Let him knock till it ache. ANTIPHOLUS OF EPHESUS. You'll cry for this, minion, if I beat the door down. LUCE. What needs all that, and a pair of stocks in the town?
Sparse, lacking, insufficient, few, ANTONYMS: (n) curse, misfortune, niggard: (n) churl, skinflint, tightwad, infertile. disaster, condemnation, adversity, scrooge, hunks, screw, scrimp, curmudgeon; (adj, n) miser; (adj) desecration, refusal, veto, William Shakespeare 27 DROMIO OF SYRACUSE. % ANTIPHOLUS OF SYRACUSE. For what reason? DROMIO OF SYRACUSE. For two; and sound ones too. ANTIPHOLUS OF SYRACUSE. Nay, not sound, I pray you. DROMIO OF SYRACUSE. Sure ones, then. ANTIPHOLUS OF SYRACUSE. Nay, not sure, in a thing falsing.
ANGELO. Sir, sir, I shall have law in Ephesus, To your notorious shame, I doubt it not. ] DROMIO OF SYRACUSE. Master, there's a bark of Epidamnum That stays but till her owner comes aboard, And then, sir, bears away: our fraughtage, sir, I have convey'd aboard; and I have bought The oil, the balsamum, and aqua-vitae. The ship is in her trim; the merry wind Blows fair from land; they stay for nought at all But for their owner, master, and yourself. ANTIPHOLUS OF EPHESUS. How now! a madman? Why, thou peevish sheep, What ship of Epidamnum stays for me?