briers

Coriolanus, [3.3.50-55]. Menenius. “Lo, citizens, he says he is content./ The warlike service he has done, consider; think/ Upon the wounds his body bears, which show/ Like grave i’ th’ holy churchyard.” Coriolanus. “Scrathers with briers,/ Scars to move laughter only.”

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