Spelling list: Shakespearean Words!

The earliest record of these words are said be from Shakespeare´s works.

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accommodation That accommodation was the best. *
bubble There was a bubble of soap floating through the kitchen.
courtship
distrustful
engagement
fairyland
fashionable In the US in the 1920s, the term flapper described a fashionable and independent young woman. *
glutton
inauspicious
ladybird
misquote
moonbeam
obscene
perplex
savage
tardiness
unpremeditated
vulnerable The injured rabbit was in a very vulnerable position. *
Weird I heard a very weird noise in the night.
zany

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