It is clear from my question that English is not my first language. I apologize if it sounds dumb.
I am trying to understand the structure of the sentences in the following scene of Hamlet:
But virtue, as it never will be moved
Though lewdness court it in a shape of heaven;
So lust, though to a radiant angel linked
Will sate itself in a celestial bed
And prey on garbage
Oxford Dictionaries Online says that if there is a modal with "though", then it means "even if". What does "though" exactly mean here? and how it is related to the previous sentences?
Moreover, where is the verb for the first sentence "But virtue,.."?