Shakespearian Dictionary Jacquelyn Atienza

Coy: (in a woman) shy or modest; meant to be alluring

Beteem: to allow, permit, let, or grant

Anon: soon, shortly, presently

Collied: to blacken as with coal dust, begrime

E'er: (contraction) ever

Ope: to open

Ne'er: (contraction) never

Neaf: fist, clenched hand

Eyne: plural word for eyes

Gi': (contraction) give

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