Much Ado About Nothing
God give me joy to wear it! for my heart is exceeding heavy. (3.4.24)
Of what, lady? of speaking honorably? Is not marriage
honorable in a beggar? Is not your lord honorable without
marriage? I think you would have me say, 'saving your reverence,
a husband.' An bad thinking do not wrest true speaking, I'll
offend nobody. Is there any harm in 'the heavier for a husband'?
None, I think, an it be the right husband and the right wife.
Otherwise 'tis light, and not heavy. Ask my Lady Beatrice else.
Here she comes. (3.4.29)
'Tis almost five o'clock, cousin; 'tis time you were ready.
By my troth, I am exceeding ill. Heigh-ho! (3.4.52)