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Shakespeare's Words | Glossary | William Shakespeare

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a. abandon. abase. abate. abated. abatement. abed. abhominable. abhomination . abhor. abhorred. abhorring. abide. abiliment. ability. abject. abjectly. abjure.

Shakespeare's Words | Home | William Shakespeare

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Welcome to the new website of Shakespeare's Words, the online version of the best-selling glossary and language companion. The site integrates the full text of  ...

Shakespeare's Words | Play Definitions | William Shakespeare

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Glossary ..... aught (n.) anything, [with negative word] nothing ..... forswear (v), past forms forsworn, forswore 1 swear falsely, perjure [oneself], break one's word.

Shakespearean Glossary - Welcome to Shakespeare High: Your ...

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Use this glossary to look up unusual words used in Shakespeare's plays. As this is a general glossary, you will want to make sure that the definition fits the ...

Dictionary of Shakespeare, with Quotes and Insults - Acepilots.com

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Definitions (translations) of some unusual or outmoded Shakespearean words. Each list word is shown in context and reference to a play is given.

"Shakespeare's Vocabulary: Did it Dwarf All Others?" Chapter Two in

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words in their vocabulary;' 'a well-educated person in England, who has been at .... Dictionary, Shakespeare's new-word coinages seem to have led all the rest, ...

Shakespeare Resource Center - The Language of Shakespeare

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Dictionary of Shakespeare: A selective dictionary of Shakepearean words that have fallen out of use, or whose meanings have changed over the centuries.

Shakespeare Translator - Reference - YourDictionary

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Shakespeare's words are so different from the ones used in current, everyday conversation. (Can you believe Shakespeare never texted LOL to all his friends?)  ...

Shakespeare Dictionary: Read Dictionary of Shakespeare's Words

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In many ways Shakespeare is the founder of the modern English that we use, so we've put together the Shakespeare dictionary below, listing words used in ...

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Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. The main lexical references for Shakespeare scholars in the twentieth century were first Alexander Schmidt's two-volume ...

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Glossary ..... anything, [with negative word] nothing. aught (n.) anything, [with .... chide (v.), past form chid 4 brusquely command, drive [away] with harsh words.

William Shakespeare Elizabethan Dictionary - Elizabethan words

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Provides the origins and meanings of Elizabethan words and vocabulary including obscure Shakespearean expressions.

Absolute Shakespeare Glossary - "A"

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The Absolute Shakespeare Glossary is a dictionary for Shakespeare, it explains the meanings of the words the Bard uses that are not in common use today.