â€ At no time in the history of the English language has itâ€™s vocabulary been as vast as it was during the era of William Shakespeare. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that William Shakespeare, when measured in the light of his complete works embodied the largest vocabulary ever. I say this fully aware of the implications. Despite the hundreds of thousands of new words, invented since his demise, the vocabulary has shrunk, diminished. The underlying factor here was the fact that Mr. Shakespeare invented, or coined as they say, much of this, and this expanded library came into full play as his works were increasingly performed, memorized.â€
â€ Letâ€™s see just how long it takes to add one more, Shall WeÂ ? â€
" When I originally wrote this piece, Had you Googled the word 'Aposteriously' you would have found nothing. Nothing at all. Now, however, that is no longer true. Go Ahead. Google it. " Aposteriously "