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IMPROVE YOUR RUDE WORD POWER WITH THE SHAKESPEARE INSULT-O-MATIC!



He hath out villain'd villany so far that the rarity redeems him.

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  Looks like gibberish to you? Here's what it all means:
  Shakespeare's saying that the person being insulted is badder than badness itself - they have no good qualities. That in itself has made them rather rare and interesting though.

  Fancy reading more like that? It's from:
  All's Well That Ends Well, Act 4, Scene 3

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