Salad Days (Origin)

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What Is the Origin of the Saying "Salad Days"?

The term the salad days refers to the periods of a person's youth when life was without worry. The phrase originated from the play Antony and Cleopatra by Shakespeare, which includes the line They were my salad days, when I was green in judgement.



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