English: King Lear Quotes: Act 4

Can you fill in the quotes from King Lear in Act 4?

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Edgar: Yet better thus, and known to be condemned than still ... and flattered.
Gloucester: I have no way, and therefore want no ...
Gloucester: O dear son Edgar, the food of the abused fathers ...
Edgar: The worst is not so long as we can say; 'This is the ...'
Gloucester: As flies to wanton boys are we to th'gods, they kill us for their ...
Gloucester: Tis the times plague when ... lead the blind.
Goneril: I marvel our ... husband
Oswald: What most he should dislike seems pleasant to him, what like, ...
Edmund: (To Goneril) Yours in the ranks of ...
Albany: If that the heavans do not their visible spirits sned quickly down to taqme the vile offences, it will ...
Albany: Proper deformity shows not in the fiend so horrid as in ...
Albany: However thou art a fiend, a womans shape doth ... thee.
Gentlemen: (About Cordelia) It seemed she was a queen over her ...
Gentlemen: (About Cordelia) There she shook the ... water from her heavenly eyes.
Kent: It is the stars, the stars above us that govern our ...
Cordelia: Why, he was met even now, as mad as the vexed ...
Gentlemen: Our foster-nurse of nature is repose, the which he ...
Regan: I know your lady does not love her ...
Regan: My lord is ...
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Edgar: You are now within a foot of th'extreme ...
Gloucester: O you mighty gods! This world I do ...
Gloucester: Henceforth Ill bear ... till it do cry out itself.
Lear: I am the ... himself.
Lear: Down from the waist they are ...
Gloucester: O let me kiss that hand! - Lear: Let me wipe it first; it smells of ...
Lear: A man may see how this world goes with no ...
Edgar: O matter and impertinency mixed, reason in ...
Lear: When we are born, we cry that we are come to this great stage of ...
Lear: I am the natural fool of ...
Edgar: A most poor man, made tame to fortune's ...
Edgar: O indistinguishable space of a womans ...
Gloucester: The king is ...
Cordelia: O, wind up of this child-changed ...
Lear: You do me wrong to take me out the ...
Lear: Mine own tears do scald like molten ...
Lear: I am a very foolish, fond old ...
Lear: I am old and ...

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