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“The sentence of death, did not so much daunt or dismay the poore Lovers, as the uncivill and unsightly manner, which (in feare of the Kings wrathfull displeasure) no man durst presume to contradict.”
“_Iphigenia_, being a yoong damsell of excellent bewtie, to th'intent to please the wrathfull gods, hinderers of his nauigation, after he had said all, closed it vp in this one verse, spoken in _Epiphonema_.”
“_Climene_, [A] with her haire trans-formed into an hearbe called _Venus_ maid, or Lady hearbe, & _Phœbus_ in a cruell indignation & wrathfull displeasure, she following of him weeping, from whom he fled hastening on forward hys swift horses, as one that flyeth from hys mortall and deadly enemie.”
“Returning home, he encountered Claribel herself, and “with wrathfull hand he slew her innocent.””
“But as for such who have busied themselves in many broyles, or have beene vehement in the prosecution of any lust, as the ambitious, the amorous, the wrathfull man, these still retaine the glimpses and dreames of such things as they have performed in their bodies, which makes them either altogether unfit to remaine there where they are, or else keepes them long ere they can put off their soules.”
“Lucretius Carus the philosopher and poet inueighing sore against the abuses of the superstitious religion of the Gentils, and recompting the wicked fact of king Agamemnon in sacrificing his only daughter Iphigenia, being a yoong damsell of excellent bewtie, to th'intent to please the wrathfull gods, hinderers of his nauigation, after he had said all, closed it vp in this one verse, spoken in Epiphonema.”
“Come nere, ye wrathfull men, take your rowme and place”
“4 Whose wrathfull wreakes them selues do now alay.”
“8 The false witch did my wrathfull hand with-hold;”
“1696: Loue not such nights as these: The wrathfull Skies”
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