To be necessary; to require; to oblige.
An arbor or a rustic cottage.
Opinion or assessment, without negative connotations, as in "the King's censure."
To affect shyness, as in "Although she coy it, as becomes her kind" (II.iii.3).
A decision or judgment, without negative connotations. A phrase like "Will both abide the censure of my doom," for example, can address a positive issue (I.ii.175).
To beg; to ask earnestly.
A neutral word, as Fortune's Wheel brings a subject both high and low.
An upper stage from where important guests can watch a play on the main stage.
Affairs or business, as in "When shall we to this gear?" (III.vi.23)
As an adjective, the word indicates something that is infected and thus tainted or poisonous.
A supernatural event; a wonder in the most neutral sense of the word, as in "What means this unexpected miracle?" (III.ii.32)
Characterized by splendor and magnificence (in this context, without disparaging connotations).
Usually spelled "escutcheon"; a shield with a coat of arms depicted.
To measure the depths of something; figuratively, to understand or comprehend, as in "I sound not well the mystery" (I.v.24).
A body of attendants, such as the king's retinue.
A variant of valiance; bravery, valor, courage.
An archaic form of "worked."