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Shakespeare Insults Dictionary beginning with the letter L

Shakespeare Insults Dictionary
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Lady, you are the cruelst she alive (Twelfth Night)
Leave thy vain bibble-babble (Twelfth Night)
Lets meet as little as we can (Antony & Cleopatra)
Like the toad, ugly and venomous (Antony & Cleopatra)
Little Helen, farewell; if I can remember thee, I will think of three at court (All's well that ends well)
Live in the rank sweat of an enseamed bed, strewed in corruption, honeying and making love over a nasty sty (Hamlet)
Lord, how subject we old men are to this vice of lying (Henry IV Part 2)

Lapland Sorcerer
Lean Raw-Boned Rascal
Lean Unwash'd Artificer
Lean-Faced Villain
Lean-Witted Fool
Leathern- Jerkin
Leprous Witch
Lewd Interpreter
Lewd Minx
Libbard's Head
Liege Of All Loiterers And Malcontents
Lily-Liver'd Boy
Lisping Hawthorn-Bud
Little Better Than False Knaves
Little Peevish Boy
Living Murmurer
Living Rascal
Loathed Enemy
Loathsome Leper
Long-Tongued Babbling Gossip
Lord Lackbeard
Lord Of Folded Arms
Louse Of A Lazar
Lousy Footboy
Lousy Knave
Lousy Knave
Low- Spirited Swain
Lowborn Lass
Lowly Vassal
Lunatic Knave

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