For jangle that one never so fast, that other is never the wiser, though he shrew him instead of 'good-morrow'!
Bid not good-morrow so much as to thy father, though he be an emperor.
"good-morrow to your Grace," lisped forth this conceited popinjay.
To the fisherman she deigned no good-morrow, nor had she a thought of them after they had passed.
Then the golden knight undertakes to take the silvered king and queen, and says, good-morrow!
After the same caresses he had given her the former morning, he bade her good-morrow.
"good-morrow, nobility," said Leicester with courtesy overdone, and bowing much too low.
“good-morrow, Master Stafford,” said the secretary courteously.
good-morrow, I will go rise like a gentleman; my pills say I must.
good-morrow again, dear sirrahs; one cannot rise for your play.