Speeches (Lines) for Salarino
in "Merchant of Venice"

Total: 27

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,9

Your mind is tossing on the ocean;
There, where your argosies with portly sail,...

2

I,1,24

My wind cooling my broth
Would blow me to an ague, when I thought...

3

I,1,48

Why, then you are in love.

4

I,1,50

Not in love neither? Then let us say you are sad,
Because you are not merry: and 'twere as easy...

5

I,1,64

I would have stay'd till I had made you merry,
If worthier friends had not prevented me.

6

I,1,69

Good morrow, my good lords.

7

I,1,72

We'll make our leisures to attend on yours.

8

II,4,804

We have not spoke us yet of torchbearers.

9

II,4,831

'Tis good we do so.

10

II,6,911

His hour is almost past.

11

II,6,914

O, ten times faster Venus' pigeons fly
To seal love's bonds new-made, than they are wont...

12

II,6,929

Here comes Lorenzo: more of this hereafter.

13

II,8,1072

Why, man, I saw Bassanio under sail:
With him is Gratiano gone along;...

14

II,8,1077

He came too late, the ship was under sail:
But there the duke was given to understand...

15

II,8,1094

Why, all the boys in Venice follow him,
Crying, his stones, his daughter, and his ducats.

16

II,8,1098

Marry, well remember'd.
I reason'd with a Frenchman yesterday,...

17

II,8,1107

A kinder gentleman treads not the earth.
I saw Bassanio and Antonio part:...

18

II,8,1126

Do we so.

19

III,1,1240

Why, yet it lives there uncheck'd that Antonio hath
a ship of rich lading wrecked on the narrow seas;...

20

III,1,1253

Come, the full stop.

21

III,1,1256

I would it might prove the end of his losses.

22

III,1,1263

That's certain: I, for my part, knew the tailor
that made the wings she flew withal.

23

III,1,1273

There is more difference between thy flesh and hers
than between jet and ivory; more between your bloods...

24

III,1,1285

Why, I am sure, if he forfeit, thou wilt not take
his flesh: what's that good for?

25

III,1,1311

We have been up and down to seek him.

26

III,3,1727

It is the most impenetrable cur
That ever kept with men.

27

III,3,1735

I am sure the duke
Will never grant this forfeiture to hold.

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