How do you say shut up in Shakespeare?

O,speak to me no more;these words like daggers enter my ears. (a fancy way of saying SHUT UP!)" — William Shakespeare "hamlet”
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How do you cuss in Shakespeare?

Curses and Insults in Shakespeare's Plays
  1. Example 1. Would thou wert clean enough to spit upon! ( ...
  2. You peasant swain! you whoreson malthorse drudge! ( ...
  3. A plague upon him! . . . ...
  4. He is deformed, crooked, old and sere, ...
  5. O! ...
  6. From forth the kennel of thy womb hath crept. ...
  7. Thou elvish-mark'd, abortive, rooting hog!
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What are some good Shakespeare insults?

The 25 best Shakespearean insults: "Thou cream-faced loon"
  • Pox. from 'The Tempest'
  • Knave. from 'All's Well That Ends Well'
  • Strangers. from 'As You Like It'
  • Three inch. from 'The Taming of the Shrew'
  • February. from 'Much Ado About Nothing'
  • Paper. from 'Henry IV, Part ii'
  • Maypole. from 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
  • Lily-liver'd.
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What does Mad ST mean?

becoming mad, frenzied. Headword location(s) madding (adj.) driving one mad, provoking madness.
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How do you speak in Shakespearean?

Tips For Talking Like Shakespeare
  1. Instead of "you," say "thou." Instead of "y'all," say "thee." Thy, Thine and Ye are all good pronouns, too.
  2. Rhymed couplets are all the rage.
  3. Men are "sirrah," ladies are "mistress," and your friends are all called "cousin."
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Different ways to say SHUT UP! - English lesson on idioms and vocabulary.



What is Shakespeare's most famous line?

"To be, or not to be: that is the question." Perhaps the most famous of Shakespearean lines, the anguished Hamlet ponders the purpose of life and suicide in this profound soliloquy.
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What does woo mean Shakespeare?

verb (used without object) to seek the affection or love of someone, usually a woman; court: He was reminded of his youth when he went wooing. to solicit favor or approval; entreat: Further attempts to woo proved useless.
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What does common kissing mean in Shakespeare?

common-kissing: kissing all alike Cym.

Onions. Oxford.
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How do you insult someone in Old English?

10 Old English Swear Words that Should Make a Comeback
  1. Death's head upon a mop-stick. Okay, I nearly snorted coffee through my nose just reading this phrase. ...
  2. Duke of limbs. ...
  3. Blowse/Blowsbella. ...
  4. Thingumbob. ...
  5. Addle Pate. ...
  6. Villain, I have done thy mother. ...
  7. Whiffle-whaffle. ...
  8. Jelly-belly.
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How do you say my in Shakespearean?

My, mine; thy, thine; difference between. Mine, my. Thine, thy. The two forms, which are interchangeable in E. E. both before vowels and consonants, are both used by Shakespeare with little distinction before vowels.
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How many Shakespearean insults are there?

There are 124,950 permutations of Shakespeare insults available via MIT's Insult Kit alone, so you should have enough ammunition for the next time you have a political conversation over Thanksgiving dinner or a civil conversation with the neighbor who owns the demon-possessed dog.
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Does Shakespeare have swear words?

So you think you know a foul word or two? Along with writing some of most famous quotes in literature, Shakespeare's insults, put-downs, and cussing were second to none, and with his insults, Shakespeare was most certainly a master of his trade.
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What do UwU mean?

Uwu is an emoticon depicting a cute face. It is used to express various warm, happy, or affectionate feelings. A closely related emoticon is owo, which can more specifically show surprise and excitement. There are many variations of uwu and owo, including and OwO, UwU, and OwU, among others.
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What does Mell mean in Shakespeare?

MELL. to mix, to meddle.
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How do I woo a girl?

How to Woo a Woman: 10 Ways to Sweep Her Off Her Feet
  1. Be chivalrous. Chivalry isn't dead, and it isn't that hard either. ...
  2. Be flirtatious. ...
  3. Don't ignore her. ...
  4. But don't tell her everything about yourself at once, either. ...
  5. Give her a compliment. ...
  6. Find ways to remind her of you. ...
  7. Plan an epic date. ...
  8. Don't just listen to her.
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What does o'er mean in Shakespeare?

preposition. O'er means the same as 'over. ' [literary, old-fashioned] As long as mist hangs o'er the mountains, the deeds of the brave will be remembered.
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What does ye mean in Shakespeare?

ye = you (subject, plural) e.g. "Ye all came forth from the room." thee = you (object... "to you" ) e.g. "I saw thee in the other room." thine or thy = your (possessive, singular) e.g. "That is thy room."
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What does E EN mean in Shakespeare?

e'en. / (iːn) / adverb, noun poetic, or archaic. a contraction of even 2, evening.
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How do you speak like Macbeth?

Blank Verse or, Unrhymed Iambic Pentameter (The Nobles)

In Macbeth the noble characters mostly speak in unrhymed iambic pentameter, which is a fancy way of saying they talk like this: ba-DUM, ba-DUM, ba-DUM, ba-DUM, ba-DUM. See, an "iamb" is an unaccented syllable followed by an accented one.
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What words are on Shakespeare's grave?

The grave, where the playwright was buried in 1616, carries the warning: "Good friend, for Jesus' sake forebeare, To digg the dust enclosed heare; Bleste be the man that spares thes stones, And curst be he that moves my bones."
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What are 5 words Shakespeare invented?

15 Words Invented by Shakespeare
  • Bandit.
  • Critic.
  • Dauntless.
  • Dwindle.
  • Elbow (as a verb)
  • Green-Eyed (to describe jealousy)
  • Lackluster.
  • Lonely.
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How do you say goodnight in Shakespeare?

Parting is such sweet sorrow, That I shall say good night till it be morrow.
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