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                                         SHAKESPEARE'S INSULTS
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA
Thou subtle, perjur'd, false, disloyal man!

AS YOU LIKE IT
Thou art like a toad; ugly and venemous.

THE TEMPEST
Thine forward voice, now, is to speak well of thine friend; thine backward voice is to utter foul speeches and to detract.

MEASURE FOR MEASURE
Thou art a flesh-monger, a fool and a coward.

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
A most notable coward, an infinite and endless liar, an hourly promise breaker, the owner of no one good quality.

CYMBELINE
Thy tongue outvenoms all the worms of Nile.

HENRY IV PART 2
You scullion! You rampallian! You fustilarian! I'll tickle your catastrophe!

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
Methink'st thou art a general offence and every man should beat thee.

MACBETH
Go, prick thy face, and over-red thy fear, Thou lily-liver'd boy.

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
Thou art as loathsome as a toad.

HENRY IV PART 1
Thou clay-brained guts, thou knotty-pated fool, thou whoreson obscene greasy tallow-catch!

MEASURE FOR MEASURE
A flesh monger, a fool, and a coward.

HENRY IV PART 1
That trunk of humours, that bolting-hutch of beastliness, that swollen parcel of dropsies, that huge bombard of sack, that
stuffed cloak-bag of guts, that roasted Manningtree ox with pudding in his belly, that reverend vice, that grey Iniquity, that
father ruffian, that vanity in years?

HENRY IV PART 1
You starvelling, you eel-skin, you dried neat's-tongue, you bull's-pizzle, you stock-fish--O for breath to utter what is like
thee!-you tailor's-yard, you sheath, you bow-case, you vile standing tuck!

HENRY IV PART 1
Peace, ye fat guts!

HENRY V
There's no more faith in thee than in a stewed prune.

RICHARD III
Thou poisonous bunch-back'd toad!
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  RICHARD III
  Thou art unfit for any place but hell.

  HAMLET
  Thou are pigeon-liver'd and lack gall.

  ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
  Your virginity breeds mites, much like a cheese.

  HENRY V
  Thine face is not worth sunburning.

  AS YOU LIKE IT
  Your brain is as dry as the remainder biscuit after voyage.

  HENRY IV PART
  You are as a candle, the better burnt out.

  HAMLET
  If thou wilt needs marry, marry a fool; for wise men know well enough what monsters you make of them.

  MEASURE FOR MEASURE
  Thy sin's not accidental, but a trade.

A dog, a cat, a mouse, a rat to scratch a man to death (Romeo and Juliet)
A dwarfish thief (Macbeth)
A fellow of the strangest mind in the world (Twelfth Night)
A fiend like thee might bear my soul to hell (Twelfth Night)
A fool, a coward, one all of luxury, an ass, a madman (Measure for Measure)
A foul and pestilent congregation of vapours. What a piece of work is man! (Hamlet)
A huge translation of hypocrisy, vilely compiled, profound simplicity (Love's Labour Lost)
A knot you are of damned blood suckers (Richard III)
A monster, a very monster in apparel (The Taming of the Shrew)
A most pathetical nit (Love's Labour Lost)
A plague on both your houses (Romeo and Juliet)
A pox damn you, you muddy rascal, is that all the comfort you bring me? (Henry IV Part 2)
A ruffian that will swear, drink, dance, revel the night, rob, murder and commit the oldest of ins
the newest kind of ways (Henry IV Part 2)
A slave whose gall coins slanders like a mint (Troilus and Cressida)
A slippery and subtle knave (Othello)
A stony adversary, an inhuman wretch, uncapable of pity, void and empty from any dram of
mercy (The Merchant of Venice)
A vain, giddy, shallow, humorous youth (Henry V)
A villain with a smiling cheek, a goodly apple rotten at the heart (The Merchant of Venice)
A whitely wanton with a velvet brow, with two pitch balls stuck in her face for eyes (Love's
Labour Lost)
A wholesome jackanapes must take me up for swearing, as if I borrowed mine oaths of him
(Cymbeline)
A wonder and a pointing stock to every idle rascal (Henry VI Part 2)
Ah, you whoreson loggerhead, you were born to do me shame (Love's Labour Lost)
All that is within him does condemn itself for being there (Macbeth)
All the infections that the sun sucks up from bogs, fens, flats, on Prospero fall, and make him by
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inch meal a disease (The Tempest)
Am I your bird?, I mean to shift my bush (The Taming of the Shrew)
An admirable evasion of whore master man, to lay his goatish disposition to the charge of a star
(King Lear)
An index and obscure prologue to the history of lust and foul thoughts (Othello)
And in his brain which is as dry as the remainder biscuit after a voyage, he hath strange places
(Antony & Cleopatra)
Art thou the slave that with thy breath hast killed (Much Ado About Nothing)
As ass head and a coxcomb and a knave, a thin faced knave and gull (Twelfth Night)
As goodness is poison to your stomach (King Henry VIII)
As I told you always, her beauty and her brain go not together (Cymbeline)
As loathsome as a toad (Titus Andronicus)
As some ungracious pastors do, show me the steep and thorny way to heaven, whiles, like a
puffed and reckless libertine, himself the primrose path of dailliance treads and recks not his own
rede (Hamlet)
Away with those giglets (Measure for Measure)
Away!, Thou art poison to my blood (Cymbeline)
Away, you three inch fool (The Taming of the Shrew)
Base dunghill villain and mechanical, I'll have thy head (Henry VI Part 2)
Base slave, thy words are blunt, and so art thou (Henry VI Part 2)
Beauforts red sparkling eyes blab his hearts malice, and Suffolks cloudy brew his stormy hate
(Henry VI Part 2)
Beg that thou may have leave to hang thyself (The Merchant of Venice)
Bite him to death I prithee (The Tempest)
Bless me, what a fry of fornication is at the door (King Henry VIII)
Boils and plagues plaster you over, that you may be abhorred farther than seen and one infect
another against the wind a mile. You souls of geese that bear the shapes of men (Coriolanus)
Both like serpents are, who, though they feed on sweetst flowers, yet they poison breed (Pericles,
Prince of Tyre)
Boys, apes, braggarts, jacks, milksops! (Much Ado About Nothing)
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)
False of heart, light of ear, bloody of hand, hog in sloth, fox in stealth, wolf in greediness, dog in
madness, lion in prey (King Lear)
Falstaff sweats to death and lards the lean earth as he walks along (Henry IV Part 1)
Fie, thou dishonest Satan (Twelfth Night)
Fiend, thou torments me ere I come to hell (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
Fit to govern, No, not to live (Macbeth)
For anything I know Falstaff shall die of a sweat, unless already he be killed with your hard
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opinions (Henry IV Part 2)
For I knew the young Count to be dangerous and lascivious boy, who is a whale to virginity, and
devours up all the fry it finds (All's well that ends well)
Foul spoken coward, that thund'rest with thy tongue, and with thy weapon nothing dares perform
(Titus Andronicus)
Four of his five wits went halting off, and now is the whole man governed with one (Much Ado
About Nothing)
Frailty, thy name is woman (Hamlet)
France is a dog hole, and it no more merits the tread of a man's foot (All's well that ends well)
From the extremest upward of thy head to the descent and dust beneath thy foot, a most toad
spotted traitor (King Lear)
Hag-seed hence (The Tempest)
Hang cur, hang, you whoreson, insolent noisemaker (The Tempest)
Hang yourself, you muddy conger (Henry IV Part 2)
Hang, beg, starve, die in the streets (Romeo and Juliet)
Have you no modesty, no maiden shame, no touch of bashfulness (A Midsummer Night's Dream)
Having flown over may knavish professions, he settled only on rogue (The Winter's Tale)
He be as good a gentleman as the devil is, as Lucifer and Beelzebub himself (Henry V)
He begins a new hell in himself (King Henry VIII)
He did not flow from honourable sources (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
He excels his brother for a coward, yet his brother is reputed one of the best there is. In a retreat
he outruns any lackey, marry, in the coming on he has the cramp (All's well that ends well)
He has not so much brain as ear wax (Troilus and Cressida)
He hath a half face (King John)
He hath been five thousand years a boy (Love's Labour Lost)
He hath eaten me out of house and home, he hath put all my substance into that fat belly of his
(Henry IV Part 2)
He hath out-villiain'd villainy so far that the rarity redeems him (All's well that ends well)
He heareth not, he stirreth not, he moveth not, the ape is dead (Romeo and Juliet)
He is a dreamer, let us leave him (Julius Caesar)
He is deformed, crooked, old and sere, ill faced, worse bodied, shapeless everywhere, vicious,
ungentle, foolish, blunt, unkind, stigmatical in making, worse in mind (Comedy of Errors)
He is melancholy without cause (Troilus and Cressida)
He is not the flower of courtesy (Romeo and Juliet)
He is open to incontinency (Hamlet)
He made me mad to see him shine so brisk, and smell so sweet, and talk so like a waiting
gentlewoman (Henry IV Part 1)
He never broke any mans head but his own, and that was against a post when he was drunk
(Henry V)
He speaks nothing but madman (Twelfth Night)
He that depends upon your favours swims with fins of lead, and hews down oaks with rushes
(Coriolanus)
He that is likest to a hogs head (Love's Labour Lost)
He was a frantic fool, hiding his better jests in blunt behaviour (The Taming of the Shrew)
Heaven truly knows that thou are as false as hell (Othello)
Hell is empty and all the devils are here (The Tempest)
He'll yield the crow a pudding one of these days (Henry V)
Her benefits are mightily misplaced (Antony & Cleopatra)
Her complexion is like Swart, like my shoe, but her face nothing like so clean kept, for why, she
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sweats, a man may go over shoes in the grime of it (Comedy of Errors)
Here comes those I have done good to against my will (The Winter's Tale)
He's a disease that must be cut away (Coriolanus)
He's a most notable coward, an infinite and endless liar, an hourly promise breaker, the owner of
not one good quality (All's well that ends well)
He's opposite to humanity (Timon of Athens)
His beastly mind (Cymbeline)
His breath stinks with eating toasted cheese (Henry VI Part 2)
His complextion is perfect gallows (The Tempest)
His days are foul and his drink dangerous (Timon of Athens)
His garments are rich but he wears them not handsomely (The Winter's Tale)
His intellect is not replenished, he is only an animal, only sensible in the duller parts (Love's
Labour Lost)
His kisses are Judas's own children (Antony & Cleopatra)
His will is most malignant (King Henry VIII)
His wit's as thick as a Tewkesbury mustard (Henry IV Part 2)
How foul and loathsome is thine image (The Taming of the Shrew)
Hoy doy, what a sweep of vanity comes this way (Timon of Athens)
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)
Men are April when they woo, December when they wed (Antony & Cleopatra)
Men from children nothing differ (Much Ado About Nothing)
Methink thou art a general offence, and every man should beat thee. I think thou wast created for
men to breathe themselves upon you (All's well that ends well)
More of your conversation would infect my brain (Coriolanus)
Most wicked sir, whom to call brother would even infect my mouth (The Tempest)
My two schoolfellows. Whom I shall trust as I will adders fangs (Hamlet)
My wife's a hobby horse (The Winter's Tale)
Never hung poison on a fouler toad (Richard III)
No longer from head to foot than from hip to hip, she is spherical, like a globe, I could find out
contries in her (Comedy of Errors)
Not shaped for sportive tricks, nor made to court an amorous looking glass (Richard III)
Nothing but lechery, all incontinent varlets (Troilus and Cressida)
Now put it, God, in the physician's mind to help him to his grave immediately (Pericles, Prince of
Tyre)
O base hungarian wight (The Merry Wives of Windsor)
O curse of marraige, that we can call these delicate creatures ours, and not their appetites
(Othello)
O disloyal thing, that shouldst repair my youth, thou heap'st a years age on me (Cymbeline)
O most insatiate and luxurious woman (Titus Andronicus)
O slave, of no more trust than love that's hir'd (Antony & Cleopatra)
O tigers heart wrapped in a woman's hide (Henry VI Part 3)
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O you beast, o faithless coward, o dishonest wretch. Wilt thou be made a man out of my vice
(Measure for Measure)
O you hard hearts, you cruel men (Julius Caesar)
O, ho, monster (The Tempest)
O, were mine eye bans into bullets turned, that in a rage I might shoot them at your faces (Henry
VI Part 1)
Observe him, for the love of mockery (Twelfth Night)
Oh, these deliberate fools (The Merchant of Venice)
On my knee I give heaven thanks that I am not like to thee (King John)
Out of my door, you witch, you hag, you baggage, you polecat, you ronyon (The Merry Wives of
Windsor)
Out of my sight, thou dost infect mine eyes (Richard III)
Out, dunghill (King John)
Out, you mad headed ape. A weasel hath not such a deal of spleen as you are tossed with (Henry
IV Part 1)
Peace, ye fat guts (Henry IV Part 1)
Pernicious and indubitate beggar (Love's Labour Lost)
Poisonous bunch backed toad (Richard III)
Pray you, stand farther from me (Antony & Cleopatra)
Priests must become mockers, if they shall encounter such ridiculous subjects as you
(Coriolanus)
Put thy face between his sheets and do the office of warming pan (Henry V)
Say wall eyed slave, whither wouldst thou convey this growing image of thy fiend like face
(Titus Andronicus)
Scurvy, old, filthy, scurry lord (All's well that ends well)
She hath more hair than wit, and more faults than hairs, and more wealth than faults (The Two
Gentlemen of Verona)
She is lumpish, heavy, melancholy (The Two Gentlemen of Verona)
She is peevish, sullun, forward, proud, disobedient, stubborn, lacking duty (The Two Gentlemen
of Verona)
She is spread of late into a goodly bulk (The Winter's Tale)
She is too mean to have her name repeated (All's well that ends well)
She speaks yet she says nothing (Romeo and Juliet)
She's a great lubbery boy (The Merry Wives of Windsor)
She's the kitchen wench, and all grease ; and I know not what use to put her but to make a lamp
of her and run her from her own light. I warrant, her rags and the tallow in them will burn a
Poland winter. If she lives till doomsday, she'll burn a week longer than the whole world
(Comedy of Errors)
Should all despair that hath revolted wives, the tenth of mankind would hang themselves (The
Winter's Tale)
Silence that fellow, I would he had some casuse to prattle for himself (Measure for Measure)
Sit there, the lyingest knave in Christendom (Henry VI Part 2)
Slander, whose edge is sharper than the sword, whose tongue outvenoms all the worms of Nile
(Cymbeline)
Slave, souless villain, dog ! O rarely base! (Antony & Cleopatra)
Small curs are not regarded when they grin (Henry VI Part 2)
Snakes, in my heart blood warmed, that sting my heart. Three Judases, each one thrice worse than
Judas (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
So lust though to a radiant angel linked, will sate itself in a celestial bed and prey on garbage
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(Hamlet)
So vile a lout (King John)
So, thou common dog, didst thou disgorge thy glutton bosom? (Henry IV Part 2)
Soft and dull eyed fool (The Merchant of Venice)
Something is rotten in the state of Denmark (Hamlet)
Sweep on, you fat and greasy citizens (Antony & Cleopatra)
Teeth hadst thou in thy head when thou wast born to signify thou came to bite the world (Henry
VI Part 3)
Tempt not too much the hatred of my spirit, for I am sick when I do look on thee (A Midsummer
Night's Dream)
That is a perilous shot out of an elder gun (Henry V)
That same purpose clanger, that sly devil, that broker that still breaks the pate of faith, that daily
break vow (King John)
That there should be small love amongst these sweet knaves, and all this courtesy, the strain of
man's bred out into baboon and monkey (Timon of Athens)
That were to enlard his fat already pride (Troilus and Cressida)
The common people swarm like summer flies (Henry VI Part 3)
The complaints I have heard of you I do not all believe;'tis my slowness that I do not, for I know
you lack not folly to commit them and have ability enough to make such knaveries yours. (All's
well that ends well)
The food is such as hath been belched on by infected lungs (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
The music of his own vain tongue doth ravish like enchanting harmony (Love's Labour Lost)
The pox upon her green sickness (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
The tartness of his face sours ripe grapes, when he walks he moves like an engine and the ground
shrinks before his treading (Coriolanus)
The terror of the French, the scarecrow that affrights our children so. (Henry VI Part 1)
The very butcher of silk button (Romeo and Juliet)
The wicked fire of lust have melted him in his own grease (The Merry Wives of Windsor)
There are a sort of men whose visages do cream and mantle like a tanding pond (The Merchant of
Venice)
There is mischief in this man (King Henry VIII)
There is neither honesty, manhood or good fellowship in thee (Henry IV Part 1)
There is no more valour in that Poins than in a wild duck (Henry IV Part 1)
There is not yet so ugly a fiend of hell as thou shall be (King John)
There's many a man hath more hair than wit (Comedy of Errors)
There's small choice in rotten apples (The Taming of the Shrew)
They were the most needless creatures living (Timon of Athens)
Think'st thou, though her father be very rich, any man is so very a fool to be married to hell? (The
Taming of the Shrew)
This bawd, this broker, this all changing word (King John)
This butcher's cur is venom mouthed (King Henry VIII)
This Cloten was a fool, an empty purse, there was no money in it. Not Hercules could have
knocked out his brains for he had none (Cymbeline)
This is the foul fiend Flibbertigibbet (King Lear)
This is the silliest stuff that I ever heard (A Midsummer Night's Dream)
This woman's an easy glove, my lord, she goes off and on at pleasure (All's well that ends well)
Those healths will make thee and thy state look ill (Timon of Athens)
Thou art a boil, a plague sore, an embossed carbuncle in my corrupted blood (King Lear)
Thou art a traitor, false to thy gods, thy brother and thy father (King Lear)
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Thou art like the harpy, which, to betray, dost with thine angels face, seize with thine eagle's
talons (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
Thou art more deep damned than Prince Lucifer (King John)
Thou art the rudeliest welcome to this world (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
Thou cruel, ingrateful, savage and inhuman creature (Henry V)
Thou crusty batch of nature (Troilus and Cressida)
Thou damned and luxurious mountain goat (Henry V)
Thou damned tripe visaged rascal (Henry IV Part 2)
Thou detestable maw, thou womb of death (Romeo and Juliet)
Thou didst drink the stale of horses and the guilded puddle which beasts would cough at (Antony
& Cleopatra)
Thou disease of a friend (Timon of Athens)
Thou dost over ween in all (Titus Andronicus)
Thou fresh piece of excellent witchcraft (The Winter's Tale)
Thou halfpenny purse of wit, thou pigeon egg of discretion (Love's Labour Lost)
Thou has no more brain than I have in mine elbows (Troilus and Cressida)
Thou hast need o fmore rags to lay on thee (The Winter's Tale)
Thou haught insulting man (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
Thou little thing better than earth (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
Thou lump of foul deformity (Richard III)
Thou misshapen Dick (Henry VI Part 3)
Thou most lting slave (The Tempest)
Thou odoriferous stench, sound rottenness (King John)
Thou sodden witted Lord (Troilus and Cressida)
Thou unfit for any place but hell (Richard III)
Thou whoreson zed, thou unnecessary letter (King Lear)
Thou wrong'st a gentleman who is as far from thy report as thou from honour (Cymbeline)
Though stool for a witch (Troilus and Cressida)
Though thing of no bowels, thou (Troilus and Cressida)
Though you bite so sharp at reasons, you are so empty of them (Troilus and Cressida)
Thy bones are hollow, impiety has made a feast of thee (Measure for Measure)
Thy detestable bones (King John)
Thy head is as full of quarrels as an egg is full of meat (Romeo and Juliet)
Thy mothers name is ominous to children (Richard III)
Thy sin is not accidental, but a trade (Measure for Measure)
Tis thy presence that exhales blood from cold and empty veins where no blood dwells (Richard
III)
Toads, beetles, bats, light on you (The Tempest)
Use the carp as you may, for he looks like a poor, decayed, ingenious, foolish, rascally knave
(All's well that ends well)
Vile fiend and shameless courtesan (Henry VI Part 1)
Vile worm, you were overlooked even in thy birth (The Merry Wives of Windsor)
Watch out he's winding the watch of his wit, by and by it will strike (The Tempest)
We leak in your chimney and your chamber lye breeds fleas like a loach (Henry IV Part 1)
We may account thee a whoremaster and knave (Timon of Athens)
We need no grave to bury honesty, there's not a grain of it the face to sweeten of the whole dungy
earth (The Winter's Tale)
Wedded be thou to the hags of hell (Henry VI Part 2)
Weed this wormwood from your fruitful brain (Love's Labour Lost)
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Were I like thee, I would throw away myself (Timon of Athens)
What a brazen faced varlet art thou (King Lear)
What a caterwauling do you keep here (Twelfth Night)
What a caterwauling dost thou keep (Titus Andronicus)
What a disgrace it is to me that I should remember your name (Henry IV Part 2)
What a drunken knave the sea was to cast thee in our way (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
What a fool art thou, a rampaging fool, to brag and stamp and swear (King John)
What a maidenly man at arms you have become (Henry IV Part 2)
What a slave art thou to hack thy sword as thou hast done, and then say it was in a fight (Henry
IV Part 1)
What a wretched and peevish fellow is this King (Henry V)
What cracker is this same that deafs our ears with this abundance of superfluous breath (King
John)
What have we here ?, a man or a fish, dead or alive (The Tempest)
What hempen homespun have we swaggering here (A Midsummer Night's Dream)
What rubbish, what offal (Julius Caesar)
What shall I call thee when thou art a man ? (Antony & Cleopatra)
What strange fish hath made his meal on thee (The Tempest)
What such fellows as I do, crawling between earth and heaven? We are arrant knaves all, believe
none of us (Hamlet)
What tempest, I trow, threw this whale with so many tons of oil in his belly, ashore at Windsor
(The Merry Wives of Windsor)
What's the matter you dissentious rogue that, rubbing the poor itch of your opinion, make
yourselves scabs (Coriolanus)
When good manners shall lie all in one or two man's hands and they unwashed too, tis a foul
thing (Romeo and Juliet)
When he is best, he is a little worse than a man, and when he is worst, he is little better than a
beast (The Merchant of Venice)
Where we are there's daggers in mens smiles (Macbeth)
Where will thou find a cavern dark enough to mask thy monstrous visage (Julius Caesar)
Whose horrible image doth unfix my hair and make my seated heart knock at my ribs (Macbeth)
Why he's a man of wax (Romeo and Juliet)
Why, this have not a fingers decency (Troilus and Cressida)
Why, thou clay brained guts, thou knotty pated fool, thou whoreson obscene greasy tallow catch
(Henry IV Part 1)
Why, thou full dish of fool (Troilus and Cressida)
Would thou were clean enough to spit on (Timon of Athens)
Wretched, bloody and usurping boar (Richard III)
You are as a candle, the better part burnt out (Henry IV Part 2)
You are not worth another word, else I'd call you knave (All's well that ends well)
You are now sailed into the north of my ladies opinion, where you will hang like an icicle on a
Dutchman's beard (Twelfth Night)
You are rough and hairy (The Winter's Tale)
You are strangely troublesome (King Henry VIII)
You are the must chaff, and you are smelt above the moon (Coriolanus)
You Banbury cheese (The Merry Wives of Windsor)
You blocks, you stones, you worse than senseless things (Julius Caesar)
You egg, you fry of treachery (Macbeth)
You have as little honesty as honour (King Henry VIII)
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You have such a February face, so full of frost, of storm and cloudiness (Much Ado About
Nothing)
You heart hearted adamant (A Midsummer Night's Dream)
You heedless joltheads and unmannered slaves (The Taming of the Shrew)
You kiss by the book (Romeo and Juliet)
You lisp and wear strange suits (Antony & Cleopatra)
You put sharp weapons in a madmans hands (Henry VI Part 2)
You ratcatcher (Romeo and Juliet)
You reek as a sacrifice. Where air comes out, air comes in, there's none abroad so wholesome as
that you vent (Cymbeline)
You rise to play and go to bed to work (Othello)
You ruinious butt, you whoreson indistinguishable cur (Troilus and Cressida)
You secret, black and midnight hags (Macbeth)
You should be women and yet your beards forbid me to interpret that you are so (Macbeth)
You showed your teeth like apes, and fawned like hounds and bowed like bondmen (Julius
Caesar)
You talk greasily, your lips grow foul (Love's Labour Lost)
You tread upon my patience (Henry IV Part 1)
You whoreson cullionly barbermonger (King Lear)
You would answer very well to a whipping (All's well that ends well)
You, minion, are too saucy (The Two Gentlemen of Verona)
You, that are polluted with your lusts, stained with the guiltless blood of innocents, corrupt and
tainted with a thousand vices (Henry VI Part 1)
Your beards deserve not so honourable a grave as to stuff a botcher's cushion or to be entombed
in as ass's pack saddle (Coriolanus)
Your bum is the greatest thing about you, so that, in the beastliest sense, you are Pomey the Great
(Measure for Measure)
Your heart is crammed with arrogancy, spleen and pride (King Henry VIII)
Your hearts I'll stamp out with my horse's heel and make a quagmire of your mingled brains
(Henry VI Part 1)
Your means are very slender, and your waste is great (Henry IV Part 2)
Your peevish chastity is not worth a breakfast in the cheapest country (Pericles, Prince of Tyre)
Your purpled hands do reek and smoke (Julius Caesar)
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A Filthy Piece Of Work                   Base Bondsman
A Mere Dull Shadow                       Base Contagious Clouds
A Mind Diseas'd                          Base Hungarian Wight
A Very Toad                              Base Ignoble Wretch
Abandoner Of Revels                      Base Minnow Of Mirth
Abhorred Slave                           Base Newsmonger
Abject Drudge                            Base Notorious Knave
Abominable Fellow                        Base Pander
Abortive                                 Base Slave
Accursed Devil                           Base Slave
Action-Taking                            Base Tike
Addicted So And So                       Base Troyan
Adulterate Beast                         Base Wretch
Affable Wolf                             Basest Groom
Affecting Rogue                          Basest Thing
Affectioned Ass                          Basilisk
All In All Spleen And Nothing Of A Man   Bastard Warrior
All-Hallown Summer                       Bastardly Rogue
All-Worthy Villain                       Bastards
Amorous Surfeiter                        Bastards And Else
Ancient Ruffian                          Bawd
Ancient Substitute                       Bawd Between Fold And Want
Anointed Sovereign Of Sighs And Groans   Bawd-Born
Approved Wanton                          Bawdy Villain
Arch-Heretic                             Beardless Boy
Arch-Villain                             Beast
Arrant Counterfeit Rascal                Beastly Feeder
Arrant Coward                            Beastly Knave
Arrant Knave                             Beautiful Tyrant
Arrogant Controller                      Beauty's Canker
Ass                                      Bedlam Brainsick Duchess
Ass-Head                                 Bed-Swerver
Babbling Gossip                          Beggar
Baboon                                   Beggarly
Backfriend                               Belly
Bacon-Fed Knaves                         Black Magician
Bad Neighbour                            Blasphemous
Bag Of Flax                              Blasting And Scandalous Breath
Baggage                                  Block
Bald-Pated                               Bloodthirsty Lord
Banditto Slave                           Bloody
Banished Rascal                          Bloody Cannibal
Banished Traitor                         Bloody Neroes
Barbarous People                         Blue- Eyed Hag
Barren Practiser                         Boggler
Barren-Spirited Fellow                   Boil'd Brains
Base                                     Bold Bad Man
Base And Humble Mind                     Bolting Hutch Of Beastliness
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Boor                                    Degenerate Bastard
Bosom Black As Death                    Demi-Devil
Botcher's Apprentice                    Demi-Wolf
Bottled Spider                          Despiteful Juno
Boy Of Tears                            Detested Kite
Braggart                                Detested Parasite
Braggart Vile                           Devil
Bragging Jack                           Devil Incarnate
Brassy Bosom                            Devilish Knave
Brat                                    Devilish Slave
Brazen- Faced Varlet                    Devils Being Offended
Brazen-Face                             Devil's Butcher
Breeder Of Dire Events                  Devil's Dam
Breeder Of Sinners                      Devout Coward
Broker-Lackey                           Diana's Forester
Bubble                                  Diffused Infection Of A Man
Bug                                     Dilatory Sloth
Bully Hercules                          Discarded Unjust Servingmen
Bully-Rook                              Disguised Cheater
Burly-Boned Clown                       Dishclout
Busy Meddling Fiend                     Dishonest Rascal
Butcher                                 Dishonest Wretch
Butcher's Cur                           Dishonorable Boy
Daily Break-Vow                         Disloyal Man
Dainty Dominie                          Dismal
Dam Of Horror                           Disobedient Wretch
Damnable Both-Sides Rogue               Dissembling Abominable Varlet
Damn'd Witch                            Dissembling Harlot
Damned And Luxurious Mountain-Goat      Dissembling Villain
Damned Epicurean Rascal                 Dissentious Rogue
Damned Furious Wight                    Distrustful Recreant
Damned Villain                          Dog-Ape
Dan-Cupid                               Dog-Fox Not Proved Worth A Blackberry
Dangerous And Lascivious Boy            Doghearted Daughter
Dastard Foeman                          Dolt
Dastard Noble                           Don Worm
Dear Lady Disdain                       Dotard
Dear Manikin                            Doting Wizard
Dear Venom                              Double Heart
Death's Face In A Ring                  Double-Dealer
Death's Fool                            Double-Meaning Prophesier
Death's Head With A Bone In His Mouth   Doubtful
Debile Wretch                           Dove-Feather'd Raven
Decayed                                 Dread Prince Of Plackets
Decayed Dotant                          Drudge
Deceitful Dam                           Drunkard
Decrepit Miser                          Drunken Slave
Deformed Thief                          Dry Fool
Degenerate                              Dull And Factious Nobles
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Dull And Muddy-Mottled Rascal    Filthy Traitor
Dull Earth                       Filthy Worsted-Stocking Knave
Dull Fool                        Fishmonger
Dull Thing                       Flap-Ear'd Knave
Dullard                          Flatterer
Dullest Peasant In The Camp      Flattering Rascal
Dumb Innocent                    Flax-Wench
Dumb Statue Or Breathing Stone   Fleering Tell-Tale
Dumb-Show                        Fleshmonger
Dunghill                         Flinty Tartar
Dunghill Groom                   Flirt-Gill
Faithless Coward                 Foolish Carrion
False Blood                      Foolish Cur
False Caterpillars               Foolish Extravagant Spirit
False Fiend                      Foolish Gnat
False Murd'rous Coward           Foolish Idle Boy
False Peer                       Foolish Knave
False Professor                  Foolish Lout
False Thief                      Foreign Recreant
False Trembling Coward           Foul Adultress
Falsehound                       Foul And Dangerous
Famished Beggar                  Foul And Ugly Mists Of Vapours
Fancy-Monger                     Foul And Ugly Witch
Fashion-Mongering Boy            Foul Blot
Fat And Bean-Fed Horse           Foul Collier
Fat And Greasy Citizen           Foul Contending Rebel
Fat Chuff                        Foul Defacer Of God's Handiwork
Fat Friend                       Foul Fiend
Fat Rogue                        Foul Indigested Lump
Fatal Screech-Owl                Foul Knave
Fat-Brained Followers            Foul Offender
Father Ruffian                   Foul Slut
Fat-Kidneyed Rascal              Foul Stigmatic
Fawning Greyhound                Foul Swine
Fawning Publican                 Foul Wrinkled Witch
Fearful-Flying Hare              Foul-Mouthed And Caluminous Knave
Feigned Friend                   Foulspoken Coward
Fell Banning Hag                 Foul-Tainted Flesh
Fell Cur Of Bloody Kind          Frantic Fool
Fell Serpent                     Frantic Woman
Fell-Lurking Cur                 Fraudful Man
Fellow False                     Freckled Whelp Hag-Born
Fickle Changeling                Frosty-Spirited Rogue
Fiend                            Fustilarian
Fiend Angelical                  Fusty Nut With No Kernel
Fiend Of Hell                    Fusty Plebeian
Filth As Thou Art
Filthy Hag                       Hag Of All Despite
Filthy Officer                   Hag Of Hell
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Half Malcontent              Lean-Faced Villain
Half-Face                    Lean-Witted Fool
Half-Penny Purse Of Wit      Leathern- Jerkin
Hard Heart                   Lecherous
Hardhearted Lord             Leprous Witch
Hare-Brained Slave           Lewd Interpreter
Harpy                        Lewd Minx
Hater Of Love                Libbard's Head
Head Of A Bodkin             Liege Of All Loiterers And Malcontents
Heap Of Wrath                Lily-Liver'd Boy
Heartless Hind               Lily-Livered
Hedge-Born Swain             Lisping Hawthorn-Bud
Heedless Jolthead            Little Better Than False Knaves
Heir Of Shame                Little Peevish Boy
Hell-Bound                   Living Murmurer
Hellhound                    Living Rascal
Hellish Dog                  Loathed Enemy
Hell's Black Intelligencer   Loathsome Leper
Hempen Homespun              Loggerhead
Herb Woman                   Long-Tongued Babbling Gossip
Herd Of Boils And Plagues    Lord Lackbeard
Hereditary Hangman           Lord Of Folded Arms
Herring Without A Roe        Louse
Hideous Object               Louse Of A Lazar
High-Minded Strumpet         Lousy
Hindmost Man                 Lousy Footboy
Hobby-Horse                  Lousy Knave
Hodgepudding                 Lousy Knave
Hollow Heart                 Low- Spirited Swain
Hollow-Eyed                  Lowborn Lass
Hollow-Hearted Friend        Lowly Vassal
Homely Swain                 Lucifer
Honeyseed Rogue              Lunatic
Horn-Mad                     Lunatic Knave
Horrible Shadow              Mad Ass
Horrible Villain             Mad Misleader
Horse-Drench                 Mad Mustachio Purple-Hued Maltworm
Hot Termagent                Mad Wag
Hourly Promise-Breaker       Madam Mitigation
Huge Bombard Of Sack         Mad-Brain Rudesby
Hulk                         Madcap
Hyperbolical Fiend           Mad-Cap Ruffian
Hypocrite                    Mad-Headed Ape
Lack-Brain                   Magot-Pie
Lack-Love                    Malapert
Languageless                 Malicious Censurer
Lapland Sorcerer             Malignant Thing
Lean Raw-Boned Rascal        Malkin
Lean Unwash'd Artificer      Malmsy-Nose Knave
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Malt-Horse                           Most Perfidious And Drunken Monster
Man Of Falsehood                     Most Profane Coxcomb
Man Of Wax                           Most Putified Core
Man Replete With Mocks               Most Simple Clown
Manifest Conspirator                 Most Toad-Spotted Traitor
Mankind Witch                        Most Unjust Knave
Mannish Coward                       Most Villainous Knave
Mannish Youth                        Most Wicked Fiend
Man-Queller And Woman-Queller        Mother Of Fools
Marble- Breasted Tyrant              Motion Generative
Marble-Hearted Fiend                 Motley-Minded Gentleman
Mars Of Malcontents                  Mountain Foreigner
Martyr Slain In Cupid's Wars         Mountain Of Mummy
Mean-Born Man                        Mountain-Squire
Meanest Groom                        Mountebank
Measureless Liar                     Mouse Of Virtue
Mechanic Slave                       Muddy Knave
Mechanical Salt-Butter Rogue         Mumbling Fool
Meddling Priest                      Murderous Coxcomb
Meek Bear                            Muscle-Shell
Men Of Grosser Blood                 Mutable
Men Proud Of Destruction             Mute Contemplative
Merely A Dumb-Show                   My Lady Tongue
Midnight Hag                         Natural Coward Without Instinct
Mildewed Ear                         Naughty Knave
Milk- Livered Man                    Naughty Varlet
Milksop                              Nest Of Hollow Bosoms
Mindless Slave                       Newts And Blind-Worms
Minion                               Night- Brawler
Minion Of The Moon                   Nighty Gossip
Misbegotten Divel                    Nimble-Footed Madcap
Miscreant                            Noisome Stench
Misshapen Dick                       Notable Contempt
Mistress Minion You                  Notable Coward
Mongrel                              Notable Lubber
Monsieur Mock-Water                  Notable Pirate
Monstrous Apparition                 Notable Strumpet
Monstrous Malefactor                 Notorious Bawd
Moral Fool                           Obscure And Lowly Swain
Mortal Wretch                        Obstinate Heretic
Most Acute Juvenal                   Odd Worm
Most Arch Heretic                    Of Intolerable Entrails
Most Credulous Fool                  Old Crab-Tree
Most Degenerate                      Old Cuckold With Horns On His Head
Most Delicate Monster                Old Dog
Most Foul                            Old Feeble Carrion
Most Impenetrable Cur                Old Goat
Most Insatiate And Luxurious Woman   Old Love-Monger
Most Malicious Foe                   Old Pantaloon
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Old Ruffian                              Poltroon
Old Sheep- Whistling Rogue               Poor Cuckoldy Knave
Old Trot                                 Poor Discontent
Old White- Bearded Satan                 Poor Fragment
One Besotted On Sweet Delights           Poor Inch Of Nature
One Deformed                             Poor Servitor
One Full Of Bread And Sloth              Poor Slight Sores
One Full Of Spleen                       Popinjay
One Half- Lunatic                        Porter Of Hell Gate
One Light Of Brain                       Pragging Knave
One Not Worth Gooseberry                 Prater
One O' Th' False Ones                    Prating Coxcomb
One Opposite To Humanity                 Prating Mountebank
Open-Arse                                Prating Peasant
Our Rarer Monsters                       Precious Pander
Out-Dared Dastard                        Precious Varlet
Outward-Sainted Deputy                   Preposterous Ass
Overwheening Rag                         Presumptuous Dame
Overwheening Traitor                     Presumptuous Vassal
Pagan Rascal                             Prick-Eared Cur Of Iceland
Pale Hard-Hearted Wench                  Princox
Paltry Fellow                            Prodigal
Panderly Rascal                          Profane Fellow
Parasite                                 Professed Tyrant
Parcel-Bawd                              Progeny Of Evils
Peasant Footboy                          Proud Disdainful Haggard
Pedascule                                Puffed Man
Pedlar's Excrement                       Puisny Tilter
Peevish Baggage                          Puke-Stocking
Peevish Brat                             Puling Cuckold
Peevish Fool                             Punk
Peevish Officer                          Puny Whipster
Peevish Schoolboy                        Purpose- Changer
Perfidious Slave                         Puttock
Periwigpated Fellow                      Rag-Of-Muffin
Pernicious And Indubitate Beggar         Rampallian
Pernicious Bloodsucker Of Sleeping Men   Ramping Fool
Pernicious Caitiff                       Rancorous Enemy
Pernicious Usurer                        Rank Weed
Pestilent Complete Knave                 Rank-Scented Meiny
Pickle-Herring                           Rare Parrot-Teacher
Pigeon-Egg Of Discretion                 Rascal Beadle
Pigeon-Liver                             Rascal Fiddler
Pilch                                    Rascally Knave
Pintpot                                  Rash Wanton
Plague- Sore                             Rat Without A Tail
Poisonous Bunch-Backed Toad              Ravenous Fish
Poisonous Slave                          Ravenous Tiger
Polled Bachelor                          Rebel's Whore
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Recreant And Most Degenerate Traitor   Scurvy Hilding
Recreant Limb                          Scurvy Jack- A- Nape Priest
Red- Tailed Bumblebee                  Scurvy Jack-Dog Priest
Remorseless                            Scurvy Knave
Reverent Braggart                      Scurvy Lord
Revolted Tapster                       Scurvy Monster
Ribaudred Nag                          Scurvy Politician
Riddling Merchant                      Scurvy Railing Knave
Ring- Carrier                          Scurvy- Valiant Ass
Roaring Devil                          Secret And Villainous Contriver
Roast meat For Worms                   Secure Ass
Robustious                             Serpent Heart
Rogue And Peasant Slave                Shag-Haired Crafty Kern
Rooting Hog                            Shallowest Thickskin Of That Barren Sort
Rotten Apple                           Shallow-Hearted Boy
Rotten Medlar                          Shameless Callet
Rotten Thing                           Shameless Courtesan
Rough Heart Of Flint                   Sharp-Looking Wretch
Round Little Worm                      She- Wolf
Roynish Clown                          She-Fox
Rude Boy                               Shotten Herring
Rude Companion                         Shoulder-Clapper
Rude Despiser Of Good Manners          Shrewd And Knavish Sprite
Rude Unpolished Hind                   Shrewd Contriver
Rude Wretch                            Shrewd Knave And Unhappy
Rudeliest Welcome To This World        Shrieve's Fool
Rug-Headed Kernes Which Live Like      Shrill- Voiced Supplicant
Venom                                  Sick Interpreter
Rump-Fed Ronyon                        Sicked Spirit
Runagate                               Silken-Coated Slave
Rustic Mountaineer                     Simple Bawd
Sad Fool                               Simple Gull
Sad Wrack                              Simp'ring Dame
Sanctimonious Pirate                   Simp'ring Sire
Satirical Rogue                        Sir Knob
Scab                                   Skains-Mate
Scall                                  Slanderous Tongue
Scambling                              Slave Of Nature And The Son Of Hell
Scarecrow                              Slovenly Unhandsome Corse
Scarlet Hypocrite                      Slug
Scauld                                 Sly And Constant Knave
Scolding Crookback                     Sly Divel
Scolding Queen                         Sly Frantic Wretch
Scorn Of Women                         Smiling Pickthanks
Scornful Piece                         Smooth-Fac'd Gentleman
Scoundrels And Subtractors             Smooth-Tongue
Scroyle                                Sneaking Fellow
Scullion                               Snipt-Taffeta Fellow
Scurvy Fellow                          So Dissolute A Crew
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So Vile A Lout                              Swoll'n Parcel Of Dropsies
Sober-Suited Matron                         Sworn Rioter
Soft And Dull-Eyed Fool                     Taffeta Punk
Some Carry-Tale                             Tallow-Face
Some Dick                                   Tapster
Some Mumble-News                            Tardy Sluggard
Some Please-Man                             Tardy Son
Some Slight Zany                            Tattered Prodigal
Son And Heir Of A Mongrel Bitch             Tedious Old Fool
Son Of Darkness                             Tedious Stumbling-Block
Sorrowful Issue                             That Grey Iniquity
Sot                                         That Has No More Brain Than A Stone
Soulless Villain                            That Reverend Vice
Sour Ferryman                               That Smiles His Cheek In Years
Sour Husband                                That Work For Bread
Sourest-Natured Dog That Lives              The Foul Fiend Flibbertigibbet
Soused Gurnet                               The Lying'st Knave In Christendom
Spanish-Pouch                               The Most Needless Creatures Living
Spartan Dog                                 The Sweating Lord
Spendthrift Of Tongue                       The Very Butcher Of A Silk Button
Spongey Officer                             Thick-Skin
Spotted And Inconstant Man                  Thief Of Love
Spotted Snake With Double Tongue            Thing Most Brutish
Squire Of Low Degree                        Thou Bitch-Wolf's Son
Stale Old Mouse-Eaten Dry Cheese            Thou Boy-Queller
Starved Snake                               Thou Bright Defiler Of Hymen's Purest Bed
Stern Untutored Churl                       Thou Burr
Stoney- Hearted Villain                     Thou Cacodemon
Stony Adversary                             Thou Cat
Stony Image                                 Thou Core Of Envy
Strange Fish                                Thou Counterfeit To Thy True Friend
Strange Flies                               Thou Coward Majesty
Strange Serpent                             Thou Cruell'st She Alive
Strange Sore                                Thou Crusty Botch Of Nature
Strangely- Visited People                   Thou Damnable Box Of Envy
Stretch-Mouthed Rascal                      Thou Damnable Fellow
Stubborn Ancient Knave                      Thou Damned Baseness
Stubborn Spirit                             Thou Damned Door-Keeper
Stuffed Cloakbag Of Guts                    Thou Detestable Maw
Sturdy Rebel                                Thou Disease Of A Friend
Subtle Whore                                Thou Dishonest Satan
Such A Dish Of Skim Milk                    Thou Dissembler
Such A Snipe                                Thou Double Villain
Such Toasts-And-Butter                      Thou Dreadful Minister Of Hell
Such Waterflies And Dimunitives Of Nature   Thou Earth
Summer-Flies                                Thou Elvish-Marked
Superfluous Lackey                          Thou False Deluding Slave
Superstitious Idle-Headed Eld               Thou Finch Egg
                                            Thou Flea
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Thou Foul Thief                             Thou Weed
Thou Fresh Piece Of Excellent Witchcraft    Thou Winter-Cricket Thou
Thou Friend Of An Ill Fashion               Threadbare Juggler
Thou Full Dish Of Fool                      Ticklebrain
Thou Great- Siz'd Coward                    Time's Flies
Thou Green Sarsenet Flap For A Sore Eye     Timorous Thief
Thou Hateful Withered Hag                   Timorous Wretch
Thou Haught                                 Tired Jade
Thou Hilding Of A Devilish Spirit           Toad
Thou Idle Immaterial Skein Of Sleeve Silk   Toadstool
Thou Issue Of A Mangy Dog                   Tongueless Block
Thou Latter Spring                          Tongues O' Th' Common Mouth
Thou Little Better Thing Than Earth         Toothpicker
Thou Loathed Issue Of Thy Father's Loins    Traitor
Thou Loathsomest Scab In Greece             Traitor To The Name Of God
Thou Lob Of Spirits                         Traitorous Rout
Thou Lump Of Foul Deformity                 Transgressing Slave
Thou Map Of Woe                             Transparent Heretic
Thou Mongrel Beef-Witted Lord               Trash
Thou Most Lying Slave                       Treacherous
Thou Most Untoward Knave                    Treacherous Son
Thou Naughty Varlet                         Triple-Turn'd Whore
Thou Nit                                    Triton Of The Minnows
Thou Odiferous Stench                       Troll- My-Dames
Thou Ordinary Fool                          Troubler Of The World's Peace
Thou Painted Maypole                        Truant
Thou Public Commoner                        True Drunkard
Thou Rag                                    True-Bred Coward
Thou Rag Of Honour                          Trull
Thou Remnant                                Trunk Of Humours
Thou Salt-Water Thief                       Trusty Villain
Thou Scarlet Sin                            Tun Of Man
Thou Serge                                  Turd
Thou Side-Piercing Sight                    Turtle
Thou Silly Gentleman                        Twanging Jack
Thou Sodden-Witted Lord                     Unbaked And Doughy Youth
Thou Stool For A Witch                      Uncivil Kern
Thou Tassel Of A Prodigal's Purse           Uncivil Lady
Thou Tedious Rogue                          Uncleanly Scruples
Thou Thimble                                Unconstant Womankind
Thou Thing                                  Unfeeling Fool
Thou Thing Of No Bowels                     Ungenitured Agent
Thou Thread                                 Ungracious Boy
Thou Tomb Of Death                          Unhallowed Slave
Thou Tortoise                               Unhappy Strumpet
Thou Unadvised Scold                        Unlawful Bawd
Thou Unconfinable Baseness                  Unlettered Small-Knowing Soul
Thou Unnecessary Letter                     Unlick'd Bear-Whelp
Thou Villain Base                           Unmanner'd Slave
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Unmannered Dog                           Virgin-Violator
Unmarmerly Intruder                      Vixen
Unnatural Hag                            Walleyed Slave
Unpaved Eunuch                           Wanton And Effeminate Boy
Unreal Mock'ry                           Wanton Calf
Unrespective Boy                         Wanton Gambol
Unreverend And Unhallow'd Friar          Wanton Light Of Heart
Unruly Woman                             Want-Wit
Unspeaking Sot                           Wasp- Stung And Impatient Fool
Untaught Knaves                          Water-Rug
Unthrifty Knave                          Wayward Boy
Unthrifty Son                            Weak And Writhled Shrimp
Untutord Lad                             Weak One
Unweighing Fellow                        Weak Slave
Unwholesome Humidity                     Weird Women
Unworthy Brother                         What A Pestilent Knave Is This Same
Upstart                                  What A Slug
Usurer's Men                             Whey- Face
Usurping Boar                            Whining
Usurping Proditer                        Whining Mammet
Vain Fool                                White-Livered And Red-Faced
Valiant Flea                             White-Livered Runagate
Valiant Ignorance                        Whore
Vanity In Years                          Whoremaster
Varlet                                   Whoremonger
Varlet Vile                              Whoreson
Vassal                                   Whoreson Beetle-Headed
Vengeance Proud                          Whoreson Caterpillar
Venomous Fool                            Whoreson Cullionly Barbermonger
Veriest Varlet That Ever Chewed With A   Whoreson Cur
Tooth                                    Whoreson Devil
Very Devil Incarnate                     Whoreson Dog
Very Filthy Rogue                        Whoreson Indistinguishable Cur
Very Scurvy Fellow                       Whoreson Jackanapes
Vile Benzonian                           Whoreson Loggerhead
Vile- Lady                               Whoreson Malt-Horse Drudge
Vile One                                 Whoreson Man
Vile Owl                                 Whoreson Mandrake
Vile Politician                          Whoreson Obscene Greasy Tallow-Catch
Vile Thief                               Whoreson Peasant
Vile Thing                               Whoreson Senseless Villain
Vile Worm                                Whoreson Smooth-Pate
Villain Of The Earth                     Whoreson Zed
Villainous Abominable Misleader Of       Wicked Bawd
Youth...                                 Wicked Hannibal
Violent                                  Wicked Varlet
Viperous Traitor                         Wide-Chapp'd Rascal
Viperous Worm                            Wife Of Small Wit
                                         Wild And Wanton Herd
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Wild Heart                              You Ronyon
Wildcat                                 You Ruinous Butt
Wimpled                                 You Three-Inch Fool
Witch                                   You Very Devil Incardinate
Withered                                You Very Pebble Stone
Wit-Snapper                             Young And Sweating Devil
Wittol                                  Young Baggage
Witty Fool                              Young Foolish Sapling
Woeful Man                              Young Fry Of Treachery
Wolvish-Ravening Lamb                   Young Quat
Woolsack                                Young Start- Up
Worm's Meat                             Younker
Worthless Post
Wrangling Knave                         You are fat.
Wrangling Pedant                              By my trowth, thou dost make the
Wrangling Pirate                              millstone seem as a feather what
Wrangling Queen                               widst thy lard-bloated footfall!
Wrangling Woman                         You've got a big mouth.
Wretch Whose Natural Gifts Were Poor          In sooth, thy dank cavernous tooth-
Wretched And Peevish Fellow                   hole consumes all truth and reason!
Wretched Boy                            You are ugly.
Wretched Puling Fool                          Thy vile canker-blossom'd
Wretched Sinner                               countenance curdles milk and sours
Wretched Slave With A Body Filled And         beer.
Vacant Mind
Ye Alehouse Painted Sign
Ye Fat-Guts
Ye White-Limed Wall
You Baggage
You Banbury Cheese
You Base Foul Stone Falsely Set
You Canker Blossom
You Common Enemy Of Man
You Equivocator
You Fool Of Fortune
You Green-Sickness Carrion
You Hag-Seed
You Half A Soul
You Little Jack-A-Lent
You Logger-Headed And Unpolished
Groom
You Most Coarse Frieze Capacity
You Of Basest Function
You Peasant Swain
You Polecat
You Poor Worm
You Puppet
You Rabble Of Vile Confederates
You Rat-Catcher

				
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