How Many Words Did Shakespeare Invent?

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Shakespeare invented over 1700 of the words we use today. He did this by changing nouns into verbs, and connecting words together that had never been used before. Some of these words include 'bedroom' and 'courtship.'
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As we all know, Shakespeare was a very talented poet and writer. Can you believe that he invented over 1,500 words? Many of these words are still used today. Apostrophe, bloody, hurry
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Many words in English were coined by William Shakespeare. Here is a very small list of words he invented: Accused. Addiction. Advertising. Amazement. Arouse. Assassination. Bandit
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Just words, or words and phrases together? Regardless, thousands. Although Shakespeare is sometimes credited with inventing words out of thin air (there's one) that he just adapted
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In his poems and plays, Shakespeare invented thousands of words, often combining
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As we all know, Shakespeare was a very talented poet and writer. Can you believe that he invented over 1,500 words? Many of these words are still used today. Apostrophe ...
As we all know, Shakespeare was a very talented poet and writer. Can you believe that he invented over 1,500 words? Many of these words are still used today. Apostrophe ...
As we all know, Shakespeare was a very talented poet and writer. Can you believe that he invented over 1,500 words? Many of these words are still used today. Apostrophe ...
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