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From her choice of avatar icon and username, it couldn't be any more obvious that her alchemical element is Fire. But then there is her truly superior Communication skills, and that shouts out Air. Though this doesn't yet regard her intellectual Steel.

I am all Water, so she can never be mine.

I saw a picture of her once, looking back directly into the camera over her gracile womanly left shoulder, her luminous blue eyes even more beautiful than I had imagined. 

I dedicated my website to her "sight unseen". Only since then have I come to know how deeply insightful that initial decision was, arrived at from the Subconscious.  It is the only meager smidgen of Loyalty I will ever be able to offer her.

 

 

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10 hours ago, FB Decipherer said:

Notice how that the .pdf Glossary offers the synonym, "wonder, marvel, paragon"

I'm tempted but have not paid for subscription for this website.

https://shakespeareswords.com/Public/Prices.aspx

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It has some cool features that are free such as the "Circles and Parts":

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I suppose I'll be signing up sometime for the search features. Yet another subscription to pay for. 😉

 

Right now I use this free website for Shakespeare word searches:

https://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/search/search-results.php

 

 

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3 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I'm tempted but have not paid for subscription for this website.

https://shakespeareswords.com/Public/Prices.aspx

image.png.3dfcf1ff97b5ffd2432d5ff18191ab49.png

It has some cool features that are free such as the "Circles and Parts":

image.png.1fd84cfc48875b692fca161c3933a51a.png

I suppose I'll be signing up sometime for the search features. Yet another subscription to pay for. 😉

 

Right now I use this free website for Shakespeare word searches:

https://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/search/search-results.php

 

 

Notice how that the .pdf Glossary offers the synonym, "wonder, marvel, paragon"

 

Well worth it, I kind of doubt what I'm doing is in line with the TOS, so if I steer some business their 'twould be grand

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