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100 Shakespeare Quotes You Might Hear Today

We are discussing the hundred Shakespeare quotes that might hear today are in the following as we know that Shakespeare is terrible with highbrow and in the beside with all in the archaic English which we just cannot use nay more things.

If we differently going through or around the quoting Shakespeare in which people will think us as pretentious maybe they would? The main fact about him is said to be the HBO of the times. He had also written the very amazing and entertaining plays for their fan well-wishers or the masses and also played on the different themes of murder, s*x, magic, mystery and also politics.

His world is also taken as the seventeenth century of the popular tv series “Game of Thrones” except all the girls are not gorgeous which is because the morals times will forbid the women from treading the different boards as thespians. We can just also hear the different people discussing the latest play.

There is almost the popularity of Shakespeare from the centuries that caused people to quote him and normally in this period of time we can also spout and idioms from the coming plays without not realizing their origins.

It can be said as any kind of the following that is going to quoting the bard and other various things. It can be said if we are not possible to use those words and there is an absolutely good chance that we know exactly what that also means because they are often to these days.

  • “Forever and a day”
  • “Puking”
  • “Too much of a good thing”
  • “Not slept one wink”
  • “As pure as the driven snow”
  • “Brevity is the soul of wit.”
  • “Conscience does make cowards of us all.”
  • “Dog will have his day”
  • “In my heart of hearts”
  • “In my mind’s eye”
  • “Neither a borrower nor a lender is.”
  • “Own flesh and blood”
  • “Rant”
  • “There’s method in the madness.”
  • “There’s the rub.”
  • “This above all, to thine own self be true.”
  • “Discretion is the better part of valour.”
  • “Eaten out of house and home”
  • “Give the devil his due”
  • “Ill wind which blows no man to good”
  • “Send him packing”
  • “Set my teeth on edge”
  • “The game is afoot.”
  • “A heart of gold”
  • “Swagger”
  • “As dead as a doornail”
  • “Faint-hearted”
  • “Fight till the last gasp”
  • “Mum’s the word”
  • “For goodness sake”
  • “A dish fit for the gods”
  • “Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war.”
  • “Fight fire with fire.”
  • “It was Greek to me.”
  • “Live long day”
  • “Elbow Room”
  • “Play fast and loose”
  • “Fie, foh, and fum, I smell the blood of a British man.”
  • “Full circle”
  • “More sinned against than sinning”
  • “Obscene”
  • “Naked truth”
  • “Zany”
  • “All our yesterdays”
  • “Assassination”
  • “Come what come may”
  • “Crack of doom”
  • “Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn, and cauldron bubble.”
  • “Knock knock, who’s there?”
  • “Milk of human kindness”
  • “One fell swoop”
  • “The be all and the end all”
  • “All that glitters is not gold.”
  • “In the twinkling of an eye”
  • “Love is blind.”
  • “Own flesh and blood”
  • “Pound of flesh”
  • “Truth will out”
  • “With bated breath”
  • “As good luck would have it”
  • “Laughing stock”
  • “The world’s mine oyster”
  • “What the dickens”
  • “Fancy-free”
  • “Swagger”
  • “The course of true love never did run smooth.”
  • “As merry as the day is long”
  • “Lie low”
  • “Addiction”
  • “Foregone conclusion”
  • “Jealousy is the green-eyed monster.”
  • “Neither here nor there”
  • “Vanish into thin air”
  • “Wear your heart on your sleeve.”
  • “Spotless reputation”
  • “Star-crossed lovers”
  • “Wild goose chase”
  • “All of a sudden”
  • “Bedazzled”
  • “Break the ice”
  • “Cold comfort”
  • “Kill with kindness”
  • “Refuse to budge an inch.”
  • “Brave new world”
  • “In a pickle”
  • “Melted into thin air”
  • “Such stuff as dreams are made on”
  • “Devil Incarnate”
  • “Fashionable”
  • “Good riddance”
  • “If music be the food of love, play on.”
  • “In stitches”
  • “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon ’em.”
  • “Set your teeth on edge”

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