Romeo and Juliet

Act 1, Scene 1: What does this quote mean in the play below?

Act 1

"Ay, while you live, draw your neck out of collar."

"I strike quickly moved to strike."

"A dog of the house of Montague moves me."

This is said on pg. 4 of Romeo and Juliet. What does this mean?

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In essence, Gregory is telling Sampson that he needs to concentrate on getting himself out of trouble.

The second quote belongs to Sampson and is out of context. He is telling Gregory that someone from the Montague house is making him angry.


Romeo and Juliet

Gregory is telling Sampson to stay out of trouble.