"Changed to a worser shape thou canst not be." Henry VI, Part One.
"I am the fellow with the great belly...." Henry IV, Part Two.
"...do not bid me remember mine end." Henry IV, Part Two.
"You ruinous butt...." Troilus and Cressida.
"Hark, how hard he fetches breath." Henry IV, Part One.
"Lay aside life-harming heaviness." Richard II.
"The pound of flesh which I demand...is dearly bought." The Merchant of Venice.
"So long as nature will bear up this exercise, so long I daily vow to use it." The Winter's Tale.
"I will gain nothing." Hamlet.
" 'Twill do me good to walk." Othello.