He calls the story of Petraeus's affair with Paula Broadwell a "shakespearian twist."
There was the Shylock, the shakespearian method, of a pound of flesh from near the heart.
Of all the contemporaries of Shakespeare, Webster is the most shakespearian.
The fool he looked for was one which it takes a wise man to make—a shakespearian fool.
The shakespearian, the Dantesque, are in a line, two at most.
At the end is inserted a leaf containing a list of 'Quarto's wanted' to complete the collection of shakespearian editions.
This is no accident, for accident is unknown to the so-called shakespearian drama.
In later years when I heard her give shakespearian readings, I regarded the occasion as an epoch in my life.
It took years of thought and study to be a shakespearian jester.
Gr., Abbott's shakespearian Grammar (the references are to sections, not pages).