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William Shakespeare was an English Poet, Playwright and Actor Widely Regarded as Both The Greatest Writer in The English Language and The World's Pre-Eminent Dramatist. William Shakespeare is often Called England's National Poet and The “Bard of Avon.” Famous for his Poems Sonnets, and Plays Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest, etc., Excerpts from his Works has Been Quoted Time and Again. William Shakespeare’s Plays Widely Capture Human Emotions and Conflict. Most of his Known Work Comedies, Historical Dramas, Romances and Tragicomedies were Written Between 1589 and 1613. 

Following are The Best William Shakespeare Quotes. We have Created a List of Top 50 William Shakespeare Quotes on Love, Life, Inspirational, Motivational etc.

 

“Don’t Waste Your Love on Somebody who Doesn’t Value it.”

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“The Course of True Love Never did Run Smooth.”

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“Love all, Trust a Few, Do Wrong to None.”

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“The Eyes are The Window to Your Soul.”

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“Hell is Empty and all The Devils are here.”  

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“You Speak an Infinite Deal of Nothing.”

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“If Music Be The Food of Love, Play on, Give Me Excess of it; that Surfeiting, The Appetite may Sicken, and so Die.”

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“You are a Lover. Borrow Cupid’s Wings and Soar with them above a Common Bound.”

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“A Fool Thinks himself to Be Wise, but a Wise Man Knows himself to Be a Fool.”

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“With Mirth and Laughter let Old Wrinkles Come.”  

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“Cowards Die Many Times before their Deaths. The Valiant Never Taste of Death but Once.”

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“It is a Wise Father that Knows his Own Child.”

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“All that Glitters is Not Gold.”

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“We Know what We are, but Know Not what We may Be.”  

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“I would Challenge You to a Battle of Wits, but I See You are Unarmed!”

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“To Thine Own Self Be True, and it must Follow, as The Night The Day, thou Canst Not then Be False to any Man.”

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“I always Feel Happy, You Know why? Because I Don’t Expect anything from anyone, Expectations always Hurt. Life is Short, so Love Your Life, Be Happy and Keep Smiling.”

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“It is Not in The Stars to Hold Our Destiny but in Ourselves.”  

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“We Came into The World Like Brother and Brother; And now Let's Go Hand in Hand, Not One before another.”

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“Good Night, Good Night! Parting is such Sweet Sorrow, that I shall Say Good Night till it Be Morrow.”

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“What's in a Name? That which We Call a Rose, by any Other Name would Smell as Sweet.”

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“Love Looks Not with The Eyes, but with The Mind, And therefore is Winged Cupid Painted Blind.”

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“God has Given You One Face, and You Make Yourself another.”

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“Be Not Afraid of Greatness: Some are Born Great, Some Achieve Greatness, and Some have Greatness Thrust upon them.”

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“Love Me or Hate Me, Both are in My Favor… If You Love Me, I'll always Be in Your Heart… If You Hate Me, I'll always Be in Your Mind.”  

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“The Very Substance of The Ambitious is Merely The Shadow of a Dream.”  

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“These Violent Delights have Violent Ends And in their Triump Die, Like Fire and Powder Which, as They Kiss, Consume.”

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“Angels are Bright still, though The Brightest Fell.”

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“Ignorance is The Curse of God; Knowledge is The Wing wherewith We Fly to Heaven.”

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“Conscience Doth Make Cowards of Us all.”

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“If Music Be The Food of Love, Play on.”  

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“Love is a Smoke Made with The Fume of Sighs.”

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“All The World’s a Stage, and all The Men and Women Merely Players: They have their Exits and their Entrances; and One Man in his Time Plays Many Parts, his Acts Being Seven Ages.”

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“A Man can Die but Once.”

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“Wisely and Slow; They Stumble that Run Fast.”

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“The Lady Doth Protest too much, Methinks.”

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“The Lady Doth Protest too much, Methinks.”

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“We are such Stuff as Dreams are Made on, and Our Little Life is Rounded with a Sleep.”

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“O God! that One might Read The Book of Fate.”

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“To Do a Great Right Do a Little Wrong.”

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“Some are Born Great, Others Achieve Greatness.”

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“Life’s but a Walking Shadow, a Poor Player, that Struts and Frets his Hour upon The Stage, and then is Heard No More; it is a Tale Told by an idiot, Full of Sound and Fury, Signifying Nothing.”

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“Fortune Brings in Some Boats that are Not Steered.”

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“When a Father Gives to his Son, Both Laugh; when a Son Gives to his Father, Both Cry.”

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“Never Play with The Feelings of Others, Because You may Win The Game but The Risk is that You will Surely Lose The Person for Life Time.”

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“Expectation is The Root of all Heartache.”

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“Our Peace shall Stand as Firm as Rocky Mountains.”

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“Temptation is The Fire that Brings Up The Scum of The Heart.”

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“There's neither Honesty, Manhood, nor Good Fellowship in Thee.”

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“Better Three Hours too Soon than a Minute too Late.”

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