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This earth that bears thee dead
Bears not alive so stout a gentleman.

      — King Henry IV. Part I, Act V Scene 4

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KEYWORD: loved

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Hamlet
[II, 2]

Hamlet

1485

Why,
'One fair daughter, and no more,
The which he loved passing well.'

2

Hamlet
[III, 1]

Hamlet

1810

You should not have believ'd me; for virtue cannot so
inoculate our old stock but we shall relish of it. I loved you
not.

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