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Shakespeare Insults, Put-Downs and Cusses - 4
Shakespeare Insults 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12
Answer, thou dead elm, answer.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 2. 4

She is in hell already, and burns poor souls.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 2. 4

He is not his craft's master.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 3. 2

Lord, Lord, how subject we old men are to this vice of lying.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 3. 2

A man made after supper of a cheese-paring.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 3. 2

When he was naked, he was for all the world like a forked radish, with a head fantastically carved upon it with a knife.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 3. 2

He was so forlorn, that his dimensions to any thick sight were invisible.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 3. 2

He was the very genius of famine, yet lecherous as a monkey, and the whores called him mandrake.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 3. 2

I wish you had but the wit.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 4. 3

Apes of idleness.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 4. 5

Purge you of your scum.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 4. 5

I will not excuse you, you shall not be excused, excuses shall not be admitted, there is no excuse shall serve, you shall not be excused.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 5. 1

What wind blew you hither.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 5. 3

I will leer upon him as he comes by.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 5. 5

Make less thy body hence, and more thy grace.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 5. 5

Reply not to be with a fool-born jest.
William Shakespeare
Henry IV Part 2, 5. 5

His addiction was to courses vain;
His companies unletter'd, rude, and shallow;
His hours fill'd up with riots, banquets, sports;
And never noted in him any study,
Any retirement, any sequestration
From open haunts and popularity.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 1. 1

Thou cruel, ingrateful, savage and inhuman creature.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 2. 2

As two yoke-devils sworn to either's purpose.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 2. 2

They were devils incarnate.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 2. 3

A vain, giddy, shallow, humorous youth.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 2. 4

His few bad words are matched with as few good deeds.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 3. 2

He never broke any man's head but his own, and that was against a post when he was drunk.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 3. 2

He has no more directions than is a puppy-dog.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 3. 2

Such slanders of the age.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 3. 6

He is not the man that he would gladly make show to the world he is.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 3. 6

They that ride so, and ride not warily, fall into foul bogs.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 3. 7

What a wretched and peevish fellow is he, to mope with his fat-brained followers so far out of his knowledge.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 3. 7

Art thou officer?
Or art thou base, common and popular?
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 1

I'll knock his leek about his pate.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 1

Though they can outstrip, they have no wings to fly from God.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 1

That's a perilous shot out of an elder-gun.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 1

I should be angry with you if the time were convenient.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 1

By this hand, I will take thee a box on the ear.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 1

Crouch down in fear, and yield.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 2

We would not die in that man's company.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 3

Thou damned and luxurious mountain goat.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 4

I did never know so full a voice issue from so empty a heart: but the saying is true, "The empty vessel makes the greatest sound."
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 4

They do offend our sight.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 7

He be as good a gentleman as the devil is.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 7

What an arrant, rascally, beggarly, lousy knave it is.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 4. 8

Eat my leek.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 5. 1

Here he comes, swelling like a turkey-cock.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 5. 1

The tongues of men are full of deceits.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 5. 2

Face is not worth sunburning.
William Shakespeare
Henry V, 5. 2

I will not answer thee with words, but blows.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 1. 3

The scarecrow that affrights our children so.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 1. 4

Your hearts I'll stamp out with my horse's heels,
And make a quagmire of your mingled brains.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 1. 4

I will chastise this high-minded strumpet.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 1. 5

This is a child, a silly dwarf.
This weak and writhled shrimp.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 2. 3

Laughest thou, wretch? Thy mirth shall turn to moan.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 2. 3

What you see is but the smallest part
And least proportion of humanity.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 2. 3

No wiser than a daw.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 2. 4

Go forward and be chok'd with thy ambition.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 2. 4

Viperous worm,
That gnaws the bowels.
William Shakespeare
Henry VI Part 1, 3. 1
Shakespeare Insults 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12


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