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Shakespeare Insults Dictionary beginning with the letter D

Shakespeare Insults Dictionary
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Damn her, lewd minx (Othello)
Deep, hollow, treacherous, and full of guile (Richard III)
Degenerate and base art thou (The Two Gentlemen of Verona)
Despised substance of divinest show (Romeo and Juliet)
Destroy your sight with a new Gorgon (Macbeth)
Die a beggar (Antony & Cleopatra)
Die and be damned (Henry V)
Dissembling harlot, thou are false in all (Comedy of Errors)
Do thou amend thy face, and I'll amend my life (Henry IV Part 1)
Down, down to hell, and say I send thee thither (Henry VI Part 3)
Drunkenness is his best virtue, for he will be swine drunk, and in his sleep he does little harm, save to his bedclothes about him (All's well that ends well)

Daily Break-Vow
Dainty Dominie
Dam Of Horror
Damnable Both-Sides Rogue
Damn'd Witch
Damned And Luxurious Mountain-Goat
Damned Epicurean Rascal
Damned Furious Wight
Damned Villain
Dangerous And Lascivious Boy
Dastard Foeman
Dastard Noble
Dear Lady Disdain
Dear Manikin
Dear Venom
Death's Face In A Ring
Death's Fool
Death's Head With A Bone In His Mouth
Debile Wretch
Decayed Dotant
Deceitful Dam
Decrepit Miser
Deformed Thief
Degenerate Bastard
Despiteful Juno
Detested Kite
Detested Parasite
Devil Incarnate
Devilish Knave
Devilish Slave
Devils Being Offended
Devil's Butcher
Devil's Dam
Devout Coward
Diana's Forester
Diffused Infection Of A Man
Dilatory Sloth
Discarded Unjust Servingmen
Disguised Cheater
Dishonest Rascal
Dishonest Wretch
Dishonorable Boy
Disloyal Man
Disobedient Wretch
Dissembling Abominable Varlet
Dissembling Harlot
Dissembling Villain
Dissentious Rogue
Distrustful Recreant
Dog-Fox Not Proved Worth A Blackberry
Doghearted Daughter
Don Worm
Doting Wizard
Double Heart
Double-Meaning Prophesier
Dove-Feather'd Raven
Dread Prince Of Plackets
Drunken Slave
Dry Fool
Dull And Factious Nobles
Dull And Muddy-Mottled Rascal
Dull Earth
Dull Fool
Dull Thing
Dullest Peasant In The Camp
Dumb Innocent
Dumb Statue Or Breathing Stone
Dunghill Groom

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