Shakespeare

[ US /ˈʃeɪkˌspiɹ/ ]
NOUN
  1. English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest English writers (1564-1616)
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How To Use Shakespeare In A Sentence

  • Back in our world, custom has perhaps staled Shakespeare's infinite variety a bit.
  • A year later, in ‘L' Allegro ’, the delphic element had disappeared, and Milton's cheerful man heard ‘Sweetest Shakespeare, fancy's child Warble his native woodnotes wild’.
  • Shakespeare with practical axioms and domestick wisdom. Preface to Shakespeare
  • Despite first appearances, it adheres closely to Shakespeare's play.
  • Shakespearean tales of love as sacrifice, conquest or unrequited passion are beyond reason.
  • In spite of all this, there is something about Shakespeare and something about performance without walls; in combination, they make magic.
  • The Shakespeare Garden is planted with herbs referred to by Shakespeare in his plays, including mint, camomile, marjoram and lavender.
  • This is a faithful interpretation of Shakespeare's original text.
  • Shakespeare is the greatest English writer that ever lived.
  • The major difference is that in Shakespeare the symbolic opposition between the world of sober morality and that of holiday freedom is normally made internal to the play.
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