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"Why, then is my pump well flowered"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Line 56
"switch and spurs"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 62-
"five wits"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 64-65
"art"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 77-
"hide his bauble in a hole"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 79-81
"A sail"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 89-
"is the worst well?"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 107-109
"Bawd", "soho"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 112-
Lent
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 114-115
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 126-127
"take him down, an a were lustier than he is"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
"use me at his pleasure"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 132-133
"protest"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 148-154
"R" is for the –
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 180-182
Tennis Match
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 5
Lines 12-15
Cultural Reference
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 6
Lines 16-17
Venus and Cupid
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 12-14
"King Cophetua"
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 14-15
“Riddling confession finds but riddling shrift”
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 3
Lines 56-
"speak but one rhyme"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 11-12
Wordplay
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 57-61
Wordplay
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Line 7b
Innuendo
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 24-30
"goose"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 4
Lines 63-769

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