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fancy love: “no appearance of fancy in him,” MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, iii. 2. 28 ; “fancy's followers,” A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM, i. 1. 155 ; where is fancy bred, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, iii. 2. 63; fancy dies, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, iii. 2. 68; fancy's knell, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, iii. 2. 70; in fancy following me, A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM, iv. 1. 160; the power of fancy, AS YOU LIKE IT, iii. 5. 29; “sweet and bitter fancy,” AS YOU LIKE IT, iv. 3. 100 ; “As all impediments in fancy's course Are motives of more fancy,” ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, v. 3. 212 ; “and by my fancy,” THE WINTER'S TALE, iv. 4. 474 ; “my fancy may be satisfied,” 1 HENRY VI., v. 3. 91 ; “What a mere child is fancy,” THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, iv. 2. 52 ; “soft fancy's slave,” THE RAPE OF LUCRECE, 200 ; “this afflicted fancy” A LOVER'S COMPLAINT, 61 (love-sick fair one); “fancy, partial wight” THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM, xix. 4 ; ( “partial fancy,” Dyce ) “wounded fancies,” A LOVER'S COMPLAINT, 197.

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