By William Shakespeare
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Extra resources for As You Like It (Webster's Thesaurus Edition)
So had you need; I scarce can speak to thank you for myself. DUKE SENIOR. -Give us some music; and, good cousin, sing. ] Blow, blow, thou winter wind, Thou art not so unkind As man's ingratitude; Thy tooth is not so keen, Thesaurus childishness: (n) youngness, navet, boyhood, boyism, frivolity, puerilism, ridiculousness, stupidity, childhood. ANTONYMS: (n) maturity, sense. eventful: (adj) fateful, weighty, lively, important, momentous, memorable, notable, hectic, significant; (n) stirring; (v) full of incident.
ANTONYMS: (n) center, middle. cote: (n) cot, sty, booth, shanty, hut, hutch, byre, neighborhood, kennel. deeds: (n) works, activity, actions, conduct, background, events, happenings, performance, activities. mend: (adj, v) improve; (v) correct, cure, heal, doctor, better, amend, restore, convalesce; (n, v) fix, patch. ANTONYMS: (v) worsen, tear, smash, decline, deteriorate; (n) fracture. pasture: (v) graze, browse, crop; (n) grass, grazing land, pasturage, field, ley, lea; (n, v) feed, forage. shear: (v) fleece, cut, shave, pare, chop, chip, crop, trim; (adj, v) lop, prune; (n) scissors.
ANTONYMS: (n) unseemliness, suffice: (v) satisfy, do, answer, unfamiliarity, animosity, enemy. consist: (n, v) be; (adj, v) lie; (v) belong, awkwardness, disfavor, inelegance, content, fulfill, be sufficient, qualify, heaviness, unkindness; (v) deface, fit, comprise, lie in, reside, exist, function, be enough, suit, fulfil. make up; (adj, n) abide; (n) agree. twenty: (adj) vigesimal; (n) large demean. despatch: (n) shipment, expedition, highness: (n) excellency, altitude, integer, twenty dollar bill.
As You Like It (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare