Romeo and Juliet – Act 3

“O calm, dishonourable…. vile submission”
“O sweet Juliet…. thy beauty hath made me effeminate”
“softened…. valour’s steel”
“Fire-eyed fury…. be my conduct now”
“O, I am…. fortune’s fool”
“I have bought the mansion of a love…. but not possessed it”
“I am sold…. not yet enjoyed”
“Romeo’s name speaks…. heavenly eloquence”
“O serpent heart…. hid with a flowering face”
“Dove-feathered…. raven”
“a damned saint…. an honourable villain”
“There’s no trust, no faith, no honesty in men…. all perjured”
“Shall I speak ill of him…. that is my husband?”
“There is no end, no limit, no bound…. no words can woe that sound”
“There is no world without Verona’s walls…. but purgatory, torture, hell itself”
“Heaven is here…. Where Juliet lives”
“More validity, more honourable state…. more courtship lives in carrion flies”
“The County Paris shall make thee…. a joyful bride”
“Proud can I never be…. of what I hate”
“you green-sickness carrion, you baggage…. you tallow-face”
“Disobedient…. wretch”
“We have a curse in having her…. out on her, hilding”
“You be mine…. I’ll give you to my friend”
“Hang, beg, starve…. die in the streets”
“Romeo is a…. dishclout to him”

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