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Cornwall

Those wicked creatures yet do look well-favored

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King Lear
Those wicked creatures yet do look well-favored
When others are more wicked. Not being the worst
Stands in some rank of praise.
To Goneril.
I’ll go with thee.
Thy fifty yet doth double five-and-twenty,
And thou art twice her love.
Goneril
Hear me, my lord.
What need you five-and-twenty,
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Source:
Act 2
Scene 4
Line 293

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Where hast thou sent the King?

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Cornwall
Where hast thou sent the King?
Gloucester
To Dover.
Regan
Wherefore to Dover? Wast thou not charged at peril—
Cornwall
Wherefore to Dover? Let him answer that.
Gloucester
I am tied to th’ stake, and I must stand the course.
Regan
Wherefore to Dover?
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Act 3
Scene 7
Line 62

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