a. abandon. abase. abate. abated. abatement. abed. abhominable. abhomination
. abhor. abhorred. abhorring. abide. abiliment. ability. abject. abjectly. abjure.
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
Glossary ..... aught (n.) anything, [with negative word] nothing ..... forswear (v),
past forms forsworn, forswore 1 swear falsely, perjure [oneself], break one's word.
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 ...
Definitions (translations) of some unusual or outmoded Shakespearean words.
Each list word is shown in context and reference to a play is given.
www1.cmc.edu/pages/faculty/welliott/Shakespeare Vocabulary Chapter 911.pdf
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, ...
Dictionary of Shakespeare: A selective dictionary of Shakepearean words that
have fallen out of use, or whose meanings have changed over the centuries.
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?)
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 ...
Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. The main lexical references for Shakespeare
scholars in the twentieth century were first Alexander Schmidt's two-volume ...