Malapropisms from A Midsummer Night’s Dream

“…but I will aggravate my voice so, that I will roar as gently as any __________.” sucking dove
“We will meet; and there we may rehearse most __________ and courageously.” obscenely
“…let me play Thisbe too. I’ll speak in a __________ little voice.” monstrous
“Masters, spread __________.” yourselves
“for there is not a more fearful __________ than your lion living;” wildfowl
“and he himself must speak through, saying thus, or to the same __________.” defect
“Thisbe, the flowers of __________ savors sweet-“ odious
“And, most dear actors, eat no onions nor garlic, for we are to utter sweet __________;” breath
“Wilt though at __________ tomb meet me straightway?” Ninny’s
“Since lion vile here hath __________ my dear;” deflowered
“Sweet Moon, I thank thee for thy __________ beams;” sunny
“For, by thy (Moon’s) gracious, __________, glittering gleams,” golden
“I __________ a voice; now will I chink, to spy and I can __________ my Thisbe’s face.” see, hear
“Yea, and the best person too; and he is very __________ for a sweet voice.” paramour
“The eye of man hath not __________.” heard
“…the ear of man hath not __________.” seen
“…man’s hand is not able to __________.” taste