DID SHAKESPEARE SAY IT FIRST?

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List of Common Words and Phrases Commonly Attributed to Shakespeare:
But did he actually write them first?

Below is a lengthy list of words, phrases and expressions commonly attributed to Shakespeare.

Each word or expression has been researched; each may be selected to find whether or not it makes its earliest appearance in a work by Shakespeare based on my research so far).

accessible 
accommodation
 accused (n.) (Richard II -- first known use as a noun, meaning person accused of a crime) 
Addiction. 
admirable 
advertising 
aerial


All of a sudden 
All one to me



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