Three great bits occurring within a short space in that same work:in Shakespeare's play Troilus and Cressida
One touch of nature makes the whole world kin,
That all, with one consent, praise newborn gauds,
Though they are made and molded of things past,
And give to dust that is a little gilt
More laud than gilt o’erdusted.
And better would it fit Achilles much
To throw down Hector than Polyxena.
Achilles is no longer fighting, because, apparently, he's in love with Hector's sister Polyxena. Here above, Achilles is being told that it would be better for him to "throw down" Hector in battle than to "throw down" Polyxena to have sex with her. And the speaker goes on to say a few lines later:
Sweet, rouse yourself, and the weak wanton Cupid
Shall from your neck unloose his amorous fold
And, like a dewdrop from the lion’s mane,
Be shook to air.