Saturday, October 9, 2010

Everyday Words that Shakespear Invented.

# accommodation
# aerial
# amazement
# apostrophe
# assassination
# auspicious
# baseless
# bloody
# bump
# castigate
# changeful
# clangor
# control (noun)
# countless
# courtship
# critic
# critical
# dexterously
# dishearten
# dislocate
# dwindle
# eventful
# exposure
# fitful
# frugal
# generous
# gloomy
# gnarled
# hurry
# impartial
# inauspicious
# indistinguishable
# invulnerable
# lapse
# laughable
# lonely
# majestic
# misplaced
# monumental
# multitudinous
# obscene
# palmy
# perusal
# pious
# premeditated
# radiance
# reliance
# road
# sanctimonious
# seamy
# sportive
# submerge
# suspicious

12 comments:

  1. lol yea, my literature teacher showed this to us, i was like WTF

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  2. Jeez, I wonder how he came up with all these. Lots of time I guess!

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  3. Mmmm, sanctimonious castigation. For when people scold you incessantly while sounding hellishly superior.

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  4. source? chances are he didn't make them up, he was just the first to write them down.

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  5. Where these Latin based? Some of them sound like it.

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  6. Why is it when I make up random words, they never catch on? Stupid Shakespear.

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  7. This post is really interesting...i didn't know this :)

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  8. I'm with Classically Trained Nub on this one. That bastard got it good. Whereas we come up with words and people just laugh.

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  9. interesting. Waiting for more post

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