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Shakespeare`s Taming of the Shrew Part 1
Contributed by Tina
VERB [1]_______________________ TYPE OF LIQUID [15]_______________________
BODY PART [2]_______________________ RELATIVE [16]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [3]_______________________ BODY PART [17]_______________________
BODY PART (PLURAL) [4]_______________________ GOVERNMENT POSITION [18]_______________________
GOVERNMENT POSITION [5]_______________________ VERB ENDINGIN "S" [19]_______________________
NOUN [6]_______________________ NOUN [20]_______________________
TYPE OF PLANT [7]_______________________ PLACE [21]_______________________
VERB [8]_______________________ PLACE [22]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [9]_______________________ VERB [23]_______________________
VERB ENDING IN "ED" [10]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [24]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [11]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [25]_______________________
NOUN [12]_______________________ BODY PART (PLURAL) [26]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [13]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [27]_______________________
VERB [14]_______________________ NOUN [28]_______________________


NOTE: Some words may occur more than once.


Fie, fie!           [1]           that threatening unkind           [2]          ,
And dart not           [3]           glances from those           [4]          
To wound thy           [5]          , thy king, thy governor.
It blots thy           [6]           as frosts do bite the           [7]          ,
Confounds thy fame as whirlwinds           [8]           fair buds,
And in no sense is           [9]           or amiable.
A woman mov`d is like a fountain           [10]          -
Muddy,           [11]          -seeming, thick, bereft of           [12]          ;
And while it is so, none so           [13]           or thirsty
Will deign to           [14]           or touch one drop of           [15]          .
Thy           [16]           is thy lord, thy life, thy keeper,
Thy           [17]          , thy           [18]          ; one that           [19]           for thee,
And for thy           [20]           commits his body
To painful labour both by           [21]           and           [22]          ,
To           [23]           the night in storms, the day in cold,
Whilst thou liest           [24]           at home, secure and           [25]          ;
And craves no other tribute at thy           [26]          
But love,           [27]           looks, and true           [28]          -
Too little payment for so great a debt.
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