Literature Quiz / Hamlet's other Soliloquies, Missing Word I

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Can you supply the missing words in Hamlet's other Soliloquies I?

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Oh, that this too, too sallied ____ would melt, 
Thaw, and resolve itself into a ___, 
Or that the ___________ had not fixed 
His _____ 'gainst self-slaughter! O God, O God! 
How weary, stale, flat, and _____________ 
Seem to me all the ____ of this world! 
Fie on 't, ah fie! 'Tis an ________ garden! 
That grows to seed.Things rank and gross in ______ 
Possess it ______. That it should come thus: 
But two months ____ -- nay, not so much, not two -- 
So excellent a ____, that was to this 
Hyperion to a satyr, so loving to my ______ 
That he might not beteem the ______ of Heaven 
Visit her face too roughly. Heaven and _____, 
Must I ________? Why, she should hang on him 
As if ________ of appetite had grow 
By what if fed on, and yet, within a _____ -- 
Let me not think on 't. _______, thy name is woman!-- 
A little month, or ere those _____ were old 
With which she followed my poor father's ____, 
Like Niobe, all ______. Why, she-- 
O God, a beast that wants discourse of _______ 
Would have ________ longer!--married with my uncle, 
My father's _______, but no more like my father 
Than I to ________. Within a month, 
Ere yet the salt of most unrighteous ______ 
Had left the flushing in her gall├Ęd ____, 
She married. O most ______ speed, to post 
With such dexterity to incestuous ______! 
It is not nor it _____ come to good-- 
But _____, my heart, for I must hold my tongue. 
Ay, so. Good-bye to you.--Now I am ______. 
Oh, what a rogue and _______ slave am I! 
Is it not _________ that this player here, 
But in a _______, in a dream of passion, 
Could force his soul so to his own _______ 
That from her working all the ______ wanned, 
Tears in his eyes, ___________ in his aspect, 
A broken _____, and his whole function suiting 
With forms to his conceit? And all for _______-- 
For ______! 
What's Hecuba to him, or __ to her 
That he should ____ for her? What would he do 
Had he the motive and that for _______ 
That I have? he would _____ the stage with tears 
And ______ the general ear with horrid speech, 
Make ___ the guilty and appall the free, 
Confound the ignorant, and _____ indeed 
The very _________ of eyes and ears. Yet I, 
A ____ and muddy-mettled rascal, peak 
Like John-a-dreams, unpregnant of my _____, 
And can say nothing--__, not for a king, 
Upon whose property and ____ dear life 
A damned ______ was made. Am I a coward? 
Who calls me _______, breaks my pate across, 
______ off my beard and blows it in my face, 
Tweaks me by the ____, gives me the lie i'th'throat 
As deep as to the _____? Who does me this? 
Ha! 'Swounds, I should ____ it, for it cannot be 
But I am pigeon-livered and ____ gall 
To make oppression ______, or ere this 
I should ha' ______ all the region kites 
With this slave's offal. Bloody, _____ villain! 
Remorseless, treacherous, lecherous, ________ villian! 
Why, what an ass am _! This is most brave, 
That I, the ___ of a dear father murdered, 
Prompted to my _______ by Heaven and Hell, 
Must, like a w****, unpack my heart with _____ 
And fall a-cursing lik a ____ drab, 
A ________! Fie upon 't, foh! 
About, my ______!--Hum, I have heard 
That ______ creatures sitting at a play 
Have, by the very _______ of the scene, 
Been ______ so to the soul that presently 
They have proclaimed their ____________, 
For ______, though it have no tongue, will speak 
With most miraculous _____. I'll have these players 
Play something ____ the murder of my father 
Before mine _____. I'll observe his looks. 
I'll tent him to the _____, If 'a do blench, 
I know my ______. The spirit that I have seen 
May be a devil, and the devil hath _____ 
T' assume a pleasing _____. Yea, and perhaps, 
Out of my weakness and my __________, 
As he is very ______ with such spirits, 
______ me to damn me. I'll have grounds 
More relative than this. The _____ the thing 
Wherein I'll catch the __________ of the King. 
I will say so; 'by and by' is ______ said. 
'Tis now the very ________ time of night, 
When churchyards ____ and Hell itself breaks out 
Contagion to this world. Now could I _____ hot blood 
And do such ________ as the bitter day 
Would quake to look on. Soft, now to my ______. 
O heart, lose not thy ______; let not ever 
The soul of Nero enter this ____ bosom. 
Let me be _____, not unnatural: 
I will speak _______ to her but use none. 
My ______ and soul in this be hypocrites. 
How in my words somever she be _____, 
To give them seals never my soul _______! 

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