|Grocott & Ward, comps. Grocotts Familiar Quotations, 6th ed. 189-?.|
| Tut, tut!|
Grace me no grace, nor uncle me no uncle.
Shakespeare.King Richard II., Act II. Scene 3. (York to Bolingbroke.)
|Midas me no Midas; hes a wit; he understands eating and drinking well.|
Dryden.The Wild Gallant, Act II. Scene 1.
|Thank me no thankings, nor proud me no prouds.|
Shakespeare.Romeo and Juliet, Act III. Scene 5. (Capulet to Juliet.)
|Madam me no madam, but learn to retrench your words; and say, Mam; as yes, Mam, and no, Mam; as other ladies women do.|
Dryden.The Wild Gallant, Act II. Scene 2.
|Petition me no petitions, sir, to-day.|
Fielding.Tom Thumb, Act I. Scene 2.
|Cause me no causes.|
Massinger.A New Way to Pay Old Debts. Act I. Scene 3.
|Map me no maps, sir; my head is a map, a map of the whole world.|
Fielding.Rape upon Rape, Act I. Scene 5.
|But me no buts.|
Fielding.Rape upon Rape, Act II. Scene 11. Aaron Hill.Snake in the Grass, Scene I.
|Virgin me no virgins.|
Massinger.A New Way to Pay Old Debts. Act III. Scene 2.
|End me no ends.|
Massinger.A New Way to Pay Old Debts. Act V. Scene 1.
|Play me no plays.|
Foote.The Knights, Act II.
|Front me no fronts.|
Ford.The Ladys Trial, Act II. Scene 1.
|Vow me no vows.|
Beaumont and Fletcher.Wit without Money, Act IV. Scene 4.
|Diamond me no diamonds! prize me no prizes.|
Tennyson.Idylls of the King, Elaine.
|O me no Os, but hear.|
Ben Jonson.The Case is Altered, Act V. Scene 1.