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with a nice fat belly from all the bribes he's taken

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Q: What is the meaning of Shakespeares term good capon lined?
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A good capon lin'd mean?

Capon Lined: Type of chicken meat. In fair round belly with good capon lined= Big round belly full of meat.


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What did shakespeare mean in his poem All the world's a Stage when he said with good capon lin'd?

The seven ages of man is not a poem. It's a speech given by the character Jaques in Act 2 the play As You Like It. The Duke has just pointed out that "This wide and universal theatre presents more woeful pageants than the scene wherein we play in." or in other words, there are people worse off than we are. Jaques fastens on the "wide and universal theatre" image and says that everyone is playing a part, and the parts are pretty much the same for everyone and lead toward a sad end. In the process he uses a lot of similes and some metaphors. "Fair round belly with good capon lined" is a metaphor--you don't actually line the inside of your belly like you would a coat, but you do fill the inside with food, like capons (castrated roosters).


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He's fat. His belly is lined with good capons (castrated chickens).