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How Love Looked For Hell.
Sidney Lanier
Sense. `Now what to thee most strange may be?' Quoth Mind and Sense. `All things above, One curiousRate it:

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Sir Lancelot Du Lake
Thomas Percy
he gave good care. "Why shold I not?" quoth Lancelott tho, "For that cause came I hither." "Thou sRate it:

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Chaucer's Tale of Meliboeus
Geoffrey Chaucer
'No more of this, for Godde's dignity!' Quoth oure Hoste; 'for thou makest me So weary of thy very lewedness,* *stupidity, ignorance T...Rate it:

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A mery Iest
Humfrey Gifford
meate, And askt from whence hee came. I came (quoth hee) from Paris towne, From Paradise (quoth sheRate it:

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A Tale of the Miser and the Poet
Anne Kingsmill Finch
rule the World, and all that's in it. But, quoth the Poet,can you raise, As well as Plumb-treesRate it:

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Featherstonhaugh
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
around Mount Galore. "Confound the fellow!" quoth Featherstonhaugh. "Will any man of you come withRate it:

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The Exiles. 1660
John Greenleaf Whittier
spoke the goodman's wife, 'Come in, old man!' quoth she, 'We will not leave thee to the storm, WhoeRate it:

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The Friar's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
at the last he said unto the Wife: 'Dame,' quoth he, 'God give you right good life, Ye have here toRate it:

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COMPLAINT OF A DYING LOVER
Henry Howard
love could him attaint. ' Ah ! wretched man,' quoth he ; 'come, death, and rid this woe ; A just rRate it:

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Martin Lightfoot's Song
Charles Kingsley
came a silly old wolf, 'And I'll serve you,' quoth he; Quoth the Lyon, 'My paw is heavy enough, So Rate it:

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Sonnet LIX: As Love and I
Michael Drayton
"Who spares to speak doth spare to speed," quoth I; "As well," saith he, "too forward as too slowRate it:

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The Ape, the Monkey, and Baboon
Thomas Weelkes
In their three natures was a sympathy. Nay, quoth baboon, I do deny that strain: I have more knavRate it:

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The Canon's Yeoman's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
that he was come, he gan to cry, 'God save,' quoth he, 'this jolly company. Fast have I pricked,'Rate it:

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The Canon's Yeoman's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
that he was come, he gan to cry, 'God save,' quoth he, 'this jolly company. Fast have I pricked,'Rate it:

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The Devil's Drive: An Unfinished Rhapsody
George Gordon Lord Byron
bethought himself what next to do, 'And' quoth he, 'I'll take a drive. I walk'd in the morning, I'Rate it:

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The Franklin's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
acquit, And gentilly; I praise well thy wit,' Quoth the Franklin; 'considering thy youthe So feeRate it:

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The Merchant's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
sorrow, I have enough, on even and on morrow,' Quoth the Merchant, 'and so have other mo', That Rate it:

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The Mocking Fairy
Walter de la Mare
'Won't you look out of your window, Mrs. Gill?' Quoth the Fairy, nidding, nodding in the garden; 'Can't you look out of your window, Mrs. Gill?' ...Rate it:

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The Nun's Priest's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
THE PROLOGUE. 'Ho! ' quoth the Knight, 'good sir, no more of this; That ye have said is right enough, y-wis,* *of a surety And muche...Rate it:

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The Staff and Scrip
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
shines so red? 'Tis long since the sun set;” Quoth the youngest to the eldest maid: “'Twas dim but Rate it:

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Faith And Works. A Tale.
Hannah More
Turks, Who build on Faith and scoff at Works,' Quoth Jane; while eager Dan replied, 'By none but HeRate it:

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After Blenheim
Robert Southey
could not well make out; But everybody said,' quoth he, 'That 'twas a famous victory. 'My father lRate it:

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Chaucer's Tale of Sir Thopas
Geoffrey Chaucer
time* And saide thus; 'What man art thou?' quoth he; 'Thou lookest as thou wouldest find an hare,Rate it:

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Colin Clouts Come Home Againe
Edmund Spenser
round about them feed at libertie. One day (quoth he) I sat, (as was my trade) Vnder the foot of MoRate it:

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Down-Hall. A Ballad.
Matthew Prior
you at Down. Derry down, down, hey derry down. Quoth Matthew, I know that from Berwick to Dover YRate it:

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