Literature Quiz / A Midsummer Night's Dream: Malapropisms

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Can you name the intended words from the malapropisms of the characters in A Midsummer Night's Dream?

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Verse, Character, WordIntended WordDialogue
generally
Bottom 1:2:2
You were best to call them generally, man by man,
according to the scrip.
sucking dove
Bottom 1:2:72
give either of the two conflated images
...But I will aggravate my voice so that I will
roar you as gently as any sucking dove...
obscenely
Bottom 1:2:94
We will meet, and there we may rehearse most
obscenely and courageously. Take pains. Be perfect.
odious
Bottom (as Pyramus) 3:1:72
Thisbe, the flowers of odious savors sweet --
(Corrected by Quince in next line.)
Cavaliery
Bottom 4:1:22
Nothing, good monsieur, but to help Cavaliery Cobweb
to scratch...
heard
Bottom 4:1:209
The eye of man hath not heard...
seen
Bottom 4:1:209, 210
...the ear of man hath not seen...
hand
Bottom 4:1:210
...man's hand is not able to taste,...
tongue
Bottom 4:1:210, 211
...his tongue to conceive,...
heart
Bottom 4:1:211, 212
...nor his heart to report what my dream was.
paramor
Quince 4:2:10
Yea, and the best person too, and he is a very paramour
for a sweet voice.
Limander
Bottom (as Pyramus) 5:1:193
Think what thou wilt. I am thy lover's grace, And like Limander am I trusty still.
Helen
Flute (as Thisbe) 5:1:194
And I like Helen, till the Fates me kill.
deflowered
Bottom (as Pyramus) 5:1:280
O wherefore, Nature, didst thou lions frame,
Since lion vile hath here deflowered my dear.

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