Literature Quiz / English: King Lear Quotes: Act 3

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Can you fill in the quotes from King Lear Act 3?

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Kent: Who's there besides ... weather?
Gentlemen: This night wherein the lion and the belly-pinched wolf keep their fur dry, ... he runs.
Kent: From France there comes a ... into this scattered kingdom.
Kent: I am a gentlemen of ... and breeding.
Lear: Blow, wind, and ... your cheeks!
Fool: Good nuncle, in, and ask thy ... blessing,
Lear: I tax not you, you elements, with unkindness. I never gave you kindgom, called you ...
Kent: Man's nature cannot carry th'affliction nor the ...
Lear: I am a man more sinned against than ...
Lear: The art of our necessities is strange and can make vile things ...
Fool: This prophecy Merlin shall make, for I live before his ...
Gloucester: There is strange things toward. Edmund, pray you be ...
Edmund: The younger rises when the old doth ...
Lear: When the mind's free, the body's ...
Lear: The tempest in my mind doth from my sense take all ... else
Lear: It is not as this mouth shour tear this hand for lifting ... to't?
Lear: This tempest will not give me leave to ponder on the things would ... me more.
Lear: Didst thou give all to thy daughters, and art thou ... to this?
Fool: This cold night will turn us all to fools and ...
Edgar: Let not the creaking of shoes nor the rustlings of sils betray thy poor heart to ...
Lear: Unacommodated man is no more but such a poor, bare, forked animal as ... art
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Edgar: Poor toms a ...
Edgar: The Prince of Darkness is a gentlemen. Modo he's called, and ...
Lear: First let me talk with this ... What is your study?
Edgar: How to prevent the fiend and to kill ...
Gloucester: True to tell thee, the grief hath crazed my ...
Edmund: How malicious is my fortune, that I must ... to be just!
Edgar: Nero is an ... in the late of darkness.
Fool: He's mad that trusts in the tameness of a wolf, horse's health, a boys love or a **** ...
Kent: O pity! Sir, where is the patcience now that you so oft have boasted to ...?
Lear: Let them ... Regan!
Kent: Oppressed ... sleeps.
Edgar: When we our betters see bearing our foes, we scarcely think our miseries our ...
Regan: Hang him ...!
Goneril: Pluck out his ...!
Cornwall: Our power shall do a curt'sy to our ...
Gloucester: By the kind Gods, tis most ... done!
Regan: So white and such a ...?
Regan: To whose hands you have sent the ... king.
Gloucester: But I will see the winged vengeance overtake such ...
Gloucester: All dark and comfortless. Where's my son ...?

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