A spear that shakes. What else does it mean, you stupid fuck?
Look at my shakespear, it's trembling with fear
by Dynaeras June 19, 2014
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Shakespear - Wanker, Tosser:

Shakespear explained: As well as being the surname of a famous Playwright (William Shakespear), it is used as a double meaning to insult something, calling someone a Shakespeare is calling Someone who "shakes their spear" in other words plays with themself.

A Work of Shakespear - Wank stain (ejectulation)

Also can be a Macbeth, or a Hamlet or even a Romeo & Juliet
Guy 1: "Hey mate, quit being a Shakespear!"

Meaning: Stop being such a wanker.

Guy 1: "Do you remember Guy?"
Guy 2: "Guy, isn't he the Shakespear we went to school with?"
Guy 1: "Yeah that's him."

Meaning: Guy, isn't he the wanker we went to school with?
by Little Boy Death November 5, 2012
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Self-gratification in a noble manner. The act of nobly "playing" with your genitals, for sexual excitement/pleasure; usually to orgasm.
I started Shakespearing since when I was 12 (yeah, I'm sure you wanted to know that) since then I have Shakespeared at least once a day.
by Asty March 29, 2020
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Renaissance playwright who has been ruined by English teachers and academics who insist on over-analyzing his plays and sonnets.
Shakespeare wrote Hamlet to be ENJOYED not ripped apart in Lit class until it has no more meaning.
by kate November 22, 2004
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A writer of plays. He basically wrote plays to entertain people. He did not do it to show off his Iambic Pentameter, or what ever it is called. He did not write them to show off his grammer, he did not write them to show off his use of adjectives, and he sure as heck did not write them to show off his, and point out his use of phrases.

He wrote them to entertain the masses. That is all. He wrote them like a artist makes a movie. When we see a movie, do most of us look at the plot or do we examine the use of words and scenary to find out why a part makes us feel "sad"?

Most of the information we learn from English class about the use of phrases and words is just the complicating a natural feeling. The raping and ripping appart of his writings is a reason many students do not grow a appreciation of him and his work. As a matter of fact, many students grow a deep disgust, and sometimes hatreof him and his work.

ps. His work does relate to modern times. ex. Revenge in some of his plays.
student: I HATE Shakespeare!!!!!!!

Parent: Relax, you only hate him because of how the school ruins his work......

(Forgive me of my spelling in this.)
by BEARMAN6435 April 24, 2011
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