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Swagger
Swagger

That's right, Shakespeare was the original king of swagger. This word has truly taken on a new meaning of it's own in the last few years. It now means a certain sense of style or demeanor. In the past, it was just a verb that meant a certain style of walking.

Drug
Drug

No, Shakespeare wasn't a hippie, and he didn't invent drugs. However he did invent the way to use this word as a verb. To drug someone was a term that was completely thought up by Shakespeare.

Arouse
Arouse

Arouse is a great word that is funny to use when we are talking about you-know-what. It is also a great word to be used in situations such as speaking about arousing our senses. We have the Bard to thank for both meanings.

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