As thou likely knowst, Will hath been
progenitour to many words and phrases ye moderns use to this day. In
mine playe of The Merry Wives of Windsor, I didst first use the phrase
"hot-blooded" to mean choleric or ill-temper'd when Falstaff didst crie:
"The Windsor bell hath struck twelve; the minute draws on. Now, the
hot-bloodied-Gods assist me!