**Wench,**a female person, a woman; not always in a bad sense, as at present, but used as a general familiar expression, in any variation of tone between tenderness and contempt: “know, gentle w., it small avails my mood,”

**Lucr. 1273**. “as leaky as an unstanched w.”

**Tp. I, 1, 51**. “well demanded, w.”

**I, 2, 139**(Prospero to Miranda).

**I, 2, 139**

**I, 2, 139**“Temperance was a delicate w.”

**II, 1, 43**. “to weep like a young w. that had buried her grandam,”

**Gent. II, 1, 24**. “but tell me, w.”

**II, 7, 59**.

**III, 1, 312**.

**Meas. II, 2, 124**.

**IV, 3, 180**.

**Err. III, 1, 34**.

**Err. III, 1, 34**

**IV, 3, 53**.

**IV, 3, 53**

**IV, 3, 53**

**LLL I, 1, 265**.

**LLL I, 1, 265**

**LLL I, 1, 265**

**I, 2, 62**.

**I, 2, 62**

**II, 257**.

**III, 24**.

**IV, 1, 126**.

**IV, 3, 385**.

**V, 2, 25**.

**V, 2, 25**

**V, 2, 25**

**V, 2, 25**

**V, 2, 25**

**V, 2, 25**

**Merch. II, 2, 175**.

**Shr. I, 1, 69**.

**II, 161**.

**II, 161**

**III, 2, 168**.

**III, 2, 168**

**IV, 4, 99**.

**V, 2, 180**.

**All's IV, 3, 123**.

**Tw. I, 3, 45**.

**II, 3, 194**.

**II, 5, 120**.

**II, 5, 120**

**Wint. III, 3, 62**.

**IV, 4, 318**.

**IV, 4, 318**

**IV, 4, 318**

**H4A I, 2, 11**.

**H4A I, 2, 11**

**H4B II, 1, 161**.

**II, 2, 152**.

**II, 4, 405**.

**IV, 3, 101**.

**H6A IV, 7, 41**.

**V, 3, 34**.

**R3 I, 1, 155**.

**H8 III, 1, 1**.

**H8 III, 1, 1**

**III, 2, 295**.

**IV, 2, 81**.

**IV, 2, 81**

**IV, 2, 81**

**Troil. IV, 2, 95**.

**V, 2, 70**.

**Tit. III, 1, 283**.

**Rom. II, 4, 4**.

**Rom. II, 4, 4**

**Rom. II, 4, 4**

**II, 5, 45**.

**III, 3, 143**.

**Caes. I, 2, 274**.

**Lr. III, 2, 84**.

**Oth. III, 3, 313**.

**V, 2, 272**.

**Ant. I, 2, 36**.

**II, 2, 231**. Per.

**IV Prol. 16**.