Word Cloud for "The Merry Wives of Windsor" by William Shakespeare.

Word Cloud for "The Merry Wives of Windsor"



This book was authored by William Shakespeare. (The Works of William Shakespeare [Cambridge Edition] [9 vols.] - 1564)

Area, genre or subject: 1616.






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The Bag of Words In "The Merry Wives of Windsor" (Main Words):


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besides merry wives early received among twenty excellent justice wise before gentlemen himself done gone white fresh fear sword leave fair indeed beaten head again being carry kind shallow hold married else desires friend mother sport bear cried stay carried makes even letters french true theobald body does tall went jack vill came aside call under priest kill appointed loves laugh money commend line each place thousand almost acquainted consent hast trust thought through hang brought knew sent yourself every heart want jealous over hearts cold water full sing husbands quickly home basket plot foolish devil night horns shape duke paid hand gods scene part himselfe youle euen leaue beare mistris selfe theres blesse hart ieshu loues speake weele heele betweene helpe verie meanes hither alas

john been these which same between text great that cannot from this with also given their most hath lord both have away mistress doctor enter hugh will make matter were shall gentleman master time three hundred come after they give your there simple falstaff glad meet hear look desire take young should another anne daughter like upon father know good here tell thank much more would could better what against mine host might never word thou marry humour very though when made then ford well hope rather than about find pray stand love sweet heaven worship keep till without other think heard them warrant house letter must turn some bully thee life honest into goes many such myself shalt page mind ever little send comes speak woman windsor show sure long best name where knave told knight nothing thus first husband wife wrong bring follow none search doth still slender once pinch since mistresse iohn maister thinke loue looke vpon haue heare giue neuer misteris humor begar bene



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