Speeches (Lines) for Widow
in "All's Well That Ends Well"

Total: 21

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

III,5,1607

Nay, come; for if they do approach the city, we
shall lose all the sight.

2

III,5,1610

It is reported that he has taken their greatest
commander; and that with his own hand he slew the...

3

III,5,1620

I have told my neighbour how you have been solicited
by a gentleman his companion.

4

III,5,1636

I hope so.
[Enter HELENA, disguised like a Pilgrim]...

5

III,5,1643

At the Saint Francis here beside the port.

6

III,5,1645

Ay, marry, is't.
[A march afar]...

7

III,5,1654

If you shall please so, pilgrim.

8

III,5,1656

You came, I think, from France?

9

III,5,1658

Here you shall see a countryman of yours
That has done worthy service.

10

III,5,1682

I warrant, good creature, wheresoe'er she is,
Her heart weighs sadly: this young maid might do her...

11

III,5,1688

He does indeed;
And brokes with all that can in such a suit...

12

III,5,1694

So, now they come:
[Drum and Colours]...

13

III,5,1713

Marry, hang you!

14

III,5,1716

The troop is past. Come, pilgrim, I will bring you
Where you shall host: of enjoin'd penitents...

15

III,7,1850

Though my estate be fallen, I was well born,
Nothing acquainted with these businesses;...

16

III,7,1860

I should believe you:
For you have show'd me that which well approves...

17

III,7,1878

Now I see
The bottom of your purpose.

18

III,7,1887

I have yielded:
Instruct my daughter how she shall persever,...

19

IV,4,2437

Gentle madam,
You never had a servant to whose trust...

20

V,1,2594

Lord, how we lose our pains!

21

V,3,2862

I am her mother, sir, whose age and honour
Both suffer under this complaint we bring,...

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