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Shakespeare Vocabulary

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an
if
art
are
do't
do it
doth
does
e'ver
ever
ere
before
hath
has
in't
in it
knoweth
knows
marry
indeed
methinks
I think
mine
my
on't
on it
'tis
it is
'twill
it will
thee
you (object)
thine
your (plural)
thou
you (subject)
thy
your (singular)
whence
from where
wherefore
why? what for?
whereof
of which, who
fain
willingly
farewell
goodbye
nay
no
oft
often
woo
flirt or romance
lest
for fear that
pronounce
say
ay
yes
swear
promise
'twas
it was
perjury
telling a lie
else
otherwise
prithee
please
hence
away from here
hither
here
would
wish
fie
an expression of anger
fair
beautiful
alack
alas!
anon
soon
e'en
even
haply
by chance
hie
hurry