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" Dare not, ev'n for thy soul, to thwart me , further ! None of your arts, your feigning and your foolery ; Your dainty squeamish coying it to me ; Go to your lord, your paramour, begone ! Lisp in his ear, hang wanton on his neck, And play your monkey... "
British Theatre - Page 55
by John Bell - 1791
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The Fair Penitent: And Jane Shore

Nicholas Rowe, Philip Massinger, Nathan Fields - Drama - 1907 - 255 pages
...foolery, 145 Your dainty, squeamish coying it, to me, Go to your lord, your paramour, be gone ; Lisp in his ear, hang wanton on his neck, And play your monkey gambols over to him. You know my purpose, look that you pursue it, 150 And make him yield obedience to my will....
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Shakespeare Imitations, Parodies and Forgeries, 1710-1820, Volume 1

Jeffrey Kahan - English literature - 2004 - 400 pages
...and your foolery, 120 Your dainty, squeamish coying-it to me; Go to your lord, your paramour, begone! Lisp in his ear, hang wanton on his neck And play...him. You know my purpose: look that you pursue it 125 And make him yield obedience to my will. Do it, or woe upon thy harlot's head. Jane. Oh, that my...
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