paradise.—Romeo and Juliet.
horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!—Richard III.
poor Yorick! I knew him.—Hamlet.
little pot and soon hot.—The Taming of the Shrew.
the world's a stage.—As You Like It.
well that ends well.—All's Well That Ends Well.
. . . luck would have it.—The Merry Wives of Windsor.
As white as driven snow.—The
the ides of March.—Julius Caesar.
blow, thou winter wind.—As You Like It.
new world.—The Tempest.
is the soul of wit.—Hamlet.
full circle.—King Lear.
does make cowards of us all.—Hamlet.
die many times before their deaths.—Julius Caesar.
fit for the gods.—Julius Caesar.
will have its day.—Hamlet.
to death.—Much Ado About Nothing.
double, toil and trouble; fire burn, and cauldron bubble.—Macbeth.
me out of house and home.—Henry IV.
tu, Brute! [Latin: And you, Brutus!]—Julius Caesar.
inch a king.—King Lear.
thy name is woman.—Hamlet.
Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.—Julius Caesar.
the devil his due.—Henry IV.
of gold.—Henry VI Part I.
infinite variety.—Antony and Cleopatra.
a candle to.—The Merchant of Venice.
am fortune's fool.—Romeo and Juliet.
cannot tell what the dickens his name is.—Merry Wives of Windsor.
have not slept one wink.—Cymbeline.
must be cruel, only to be kind.—Hamlet.
my mind's eye.—Hamlet.
a wise father that knows his own child.—The Merchant of Venice.
smells to heaven.—Hamlet.
was Greek to me.—Julius Caesar.
. . . with kindness.—The Taming of the Shrew.
me your ears.—Julius Caesar.
slip the dogs of war.—Julius Caesar
what fools these mortals be!—A Midsummer Night's Dream.
is blind.—The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare appears to have copied
this line from Chaucer's Love Is Blynd).
not wisely, but too well.—Othello.
as the day is long.—Much Ado About Nothing.
sinned against than sinning.—King Lear
own flesh and blood.—The Merchant of Venice.
salad days, when I was green in judgement.—Antony and Cleopatra.
a borrower nor a lender be.—Hamlet.
rhyme nor reason.—As You Like It.
is the winter of our discontent.—Richard III.
more unto the breach.—Henry V.
of the question.—Love's Labour's Lost.
the lily.—King John.
is such sweet sorrow.—Romeo and Juliet.
fast and loose.—Love's Labour's Lost.
out the light.—Othello.
and the Long of It.—Merry Wives of Windsor.
runs the water where the brook is deep.—Henry VI, Part II.
is rotten in the state of Denmark.—Hamlet.
wicked this way comes.—Macbeth.
in the wind.—The Comedy of Errors.
and the Fury.—Macbeth.
lovers.—Romeo and Juliet.
to the sweet.—Hamlet,
in a name?—Romeo and Juliet.
devil can cite Scripture for his purpose.—The Merchant of Venice.
first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers.—Henry VI.
lady doth protest too much.—Hamlet.
play's the thing.—Hamlet.
quality of mercy is not strained.—The Merchant of Venice.
short and the long of it.—The Merry Wives of Windsor.
working day world.—As You Like It.
world's mine oyster.—The Merry Wives of Windsor.
is a tide in the affairs of men.—Julius Caesar.
say an old man is twice a child.—Hamlet.
was the noblest Roman of them all.—Julius Caesar.
this be madness, yet there is method in't.—Hamlet.
cold water on it.—The Merry Wives of Windsor.
neither here nor there.—Othello.
be, or not to be: that is the question.—Hamlet.
much of a good thing.—As You Like It.
thine own self be true.—Hamlet.
cut of all.—Julius Caesar.
are such stuff as dreams are made of.—The Tempest.
past is prologue.—The Tempest.