**Shape,**subst. 1) form, figure, outline: “success will fashion the event in better s.”

**Ado IV, 1, 237**. “in every lineament, branch, s. and form,”

**V, 1, 14**.

**the s.**

**of love's Tyburn**(the gallows)

**LLL IV, 3, 54**. “the s. of his leg,”

**Tw. II, 3, 170**.

**Cymb. IV, 2, 309**. “s. of likelihood,”

**H4A I, 1, 58**. “the front of heaven was full of fiery --s,”

**III, 1, 14**.

**that gave it**(action) “surmised s.”

**Troil. I, 3, 17**.

**Troil. I, 3, 17**

**Troil. I, 3, 17**“what convenience both of time and means may fit us to our s.”

**Hml. IV, 7, 151**(for our form of proceeding).* “I'll move the king to any s. of thy preferment,”

**Cymb. I, 5, 71**.

**nature's own s. of bud, bird**etc.

**Per. V Prol.**

**Per. V Prol.**

Used of the form of living beings, especially of men:

**Ven. 294**.

**Lucr. 597**.

**Lucr. 597**

**Sonn. 24, 10**.

**62, 6**.

**113, 6**.

**Tp. I, 2, 284**.

**Tp. I, 2, 284**

**Tp. I, 2, 284**

**III, 1, 56**.

**III, 3, 31**.

**III, 3, 31**

**IV, 185**.

**V, 291**.

**Gent. IV, 1, 56**.

**V, 4, 109**.

**Wiv. IV, 4, 60**.

**Meas. II, 1, 3**.

**Err. II, 2, 199**.

**Ado III, 1, 96**.

**LLL II, 59**.

**LLL II, 59**

**V, 2, 288**.

**Mids. II, 1, 32**.

**Mids. II, 1, 32**

**III, 1, 142**.

**Merch. III, 2, 278**.

**As V, 4, 126**.

**All's I, 1, 71**.

**Tw. I, 5, 280**.

**Wint. IV, 4, 27**.

**John I, 138**.

**John I, 138**

**R2 V, 1, 26**.

**H6A II, 3, 69**.

**V, 3, 35**.

**V, 3, 35**

**V, 3, 35**

**H6B V, 1, 158**.

**H6C III, 2, 192**.

**R3 IV, 4, 286**.

**Troil. I, 2, 275**.

**I, 3, 179**.

**Cor. I, 4, 35**.

**Rom. I, 4, 55**.

**III, 3, 122**.

**III, 3, 122**

**III, 3, 122**

**III, 3, 122**

**Caes. II, 1, 253**.

**Mcb. III, 4, 102**.

**Hml. III, 2, 394**.

**Lr. I, 2, 8**.

**IV, 2, 67**.

**Ant. IV, 8, 26**.

**IV, 14, 14**. “to worship shadows and adore false --s,”

**Gent. IV, 2, 131**.

2) external appearance, semblance: “you in every blessed s. we know,”

**Sonn. 53, 12**. “I would my husband would meet him in this s.”

**Wiv. IV, 2, 87**.

**IV, 4, 44**.

**V, 1, 22**. “she cannot love, nor take no s. nor project of affection,”

**Ado III, 1, 55**. “in the s. of two countries at once,”

**III, 2, 34**. “if commotion appeared in his true s.”

**H4B IV, 1, 37**.

**H5 IV, 8, 56**.

**H6B III, 1, 79**.

**R3 II, 2, 27**.

**H8 I, 1, 196**.

**Tim. II, 2, 119**.

**III, 2, 80**.

**IV, 3, 430**.

**Hml. I, 4, 43**.

**I, 5, 54**.

**II, 2, 629**.

**Lr. I, 4, 331**.

**II, 3, 7**.

3) any thing bodied forth by the imagination: “full of forms, figures, --s,”

**LLL IV, 2, 69**.

**V, 2, 773**. “the poet's pen turns them to --s,”

**Mids. V, 16**. “so full of --s is fancy,”

**Tw. I, 1, 14**. “find --s of grief, more than himself, to wail,”

**R2 II, 2, 22**. “full of nimble fiery and delectable --s,”

**H4B IV, 3, 108**. “--s and forms of slaughter,”

**Troil. V, 3, 12**. “imagination to give them s.”

**Hml. III, 1, 129**. “in forgery of --s and tricks,”

**IV, 7, 90**.