Speeches (Lines) for Conrade
in "Much Ado about Nothing"

Total: 23

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,3,330

What the good-year, my lord! why are you thus out
of measure sad?

2

I,3,334

You should hear reason.

3

I,3,336

If not a present remedy, at least a patient
sufferance.

4

I,3,346

Yea, but you must not make the full show of this
till you may do it without controlment. You have of
late stood out against your brother, and he hath
ta'en you newly into his grace; where it is
impossible you should take true root but by the
fair weather that you make yourself: it is needful
that you frame the season for your own harvest.

5

I,3,364

Can you make no use of your discontent?

6

I,3,392

To the death, my lord.

7

III,3,1414

Here, man; I am at thy elbow.

8

III,3,1417

I will owe thee an answer for that: and now forward
with thy tale.

9

III,3,1424

Is it possible that any villany should be so dear?

10

III,3,1429

I wonder at it.

11

III,3,1433

Yes, it is apparel.

12

III,3,1435

Yes, the fashion is the fashion.

13

III,3,1443

No; 'twas the vane on the house.

14

III,3,1452

All this I see; and I see that the fashion wears
out more apparel than the man. But art not thou
thyself giddy with the fashion too, that thou hast
shifted out of thy tale into telling me of the fashion?

15

III,3,1464

And thought they Margaret was Hero?

16

III,3,1481

Masters, masters,—

17

III,3,1483

Masters,—

18

III,3,1487

A commodity in question, I warrant you. Come, we'll obey you.

19

IV,2,1995

I am a gentleman, sir, and my name is Conrade.

20

IV,2,1998

[with Borachio] Yea, sir, we hope.

21

IV,2,2005

Marry, sir, we say we are none.

22

IV,2,2047

Off, coxcomb!

23

IV,2,2051

Away! you are an ass, you are an ass.

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