What's a poetic Shakespearean word for ''Escaping''?
- Elaine MLv 71 month agoBest Answer
Prithee, he be GONE!
- marsLv 71 month ago
- 1 month ago
"Escaping." What the fcuk is un-Shakespearean or un-poetic about "escaping"?
- CaraLv 71 month ago
Flying from ...
Fleeing from ...
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- Lib.rare.ianLv 71 month ago
- NancyLv 61 month ago
A term used for it is "begone" (e.g., "Away, begone" and "Gentleman, prepare not to begone."). Another way of phrasing it would be "to one's refuge," not unlike the structure used when Romeo says, "I'll to my rest."
- Barkley HoundLv 71 month ago
type of plover [bird with wily methods of escaping the notice of predators; associated with amorous intrigue]
[Hero to Ursula] look where Beatrice, like a lapwing, runs
[Lucio to Isabella] 'tis my familiar sin / With maids to seem the lapwing and to jest