Vote + to improve this toplist's ranking
Report Abuse

Most Insulting Shakespearean Adjectives

20 items ranked

The next time you want to make someone laugh while insulting them, hurl a few of these in their direction with an English accent.

Rated 0 points - posted 8 years ago by phdlist in category Other.
Click on up and down arrows to affect item's ranking



1.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
beetle-headed Report Abuse
43 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

2.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
doghearted Report Abuse
Though this is intended to be offensive, I, for one, would find it quite the compliment. Dogs are, afterall, (wo)man's best friend.
35 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

3.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
half-faced Report Abuse
34 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

4.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
dizzy-eyed Report Abuse
28 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

5.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
boil-brained Report Abuse
27 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

6.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
rump-fed Report Abuse
20 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

7.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
villainous Report Abuse
16 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

8.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
ill-breeding Report Abuse
12 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

9.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
roguish Report Abuse
8 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

10.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
milk-livered Report Abuse
0 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

11.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
yeasty Report Abuse
-2 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

12.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
flap-mouthed Report Abuse
This one works best before "fool."
-2 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

13.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
unmuzzled Report Abuse
-4 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

14.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
toad-spotted Report Abuse
-5 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

15.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
lumpish Report Abuse
Try combining a few of these for added effect.
-5 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

16.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
urchin-snouted Report Abuse
I'm told this has something to do with excessive mucus.
-6 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

17.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
venomous Report Abuse
-7 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

18.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
fly-bitten Report Abuse
-8 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

19.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
rough-hewn Report Abuse
-9 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -

20.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
pribbling Report Abuse
Sometimes you don't know what it means, but it sounds offensive and humorous at the same time, which is exactly what you're going for here.
-11 points - added 8 years ago by phdlist -
ShareRanks is about ranking things that are top, most, greatest, or even worst in all categories.
Use arrows to rank one item in versus another.
Top 10 Most Insulting Shakespearean Adjectives are especially marked