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Might, to Shakespeare is a crossword clue.

We have 31 clues and 105 related crossword answers for Might, to Shakespeare. Read below for answers to clues including Title character in Shakespeare, This fortress built by Nature for __": Shakespeare, Shakespeare-based Verdi opera and Very shortly, to Shakespeare.

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AnswerClueLast seen
TIMON Title character in ShakespeareDecember 21, 2016
  Shakespeare title roleNovember 13, 2015
  Title Shakespeare roleDecember 12, 2013
  Shakespeare title characterMay 30, 2008
  of Athens'' (Shakespeare)February 17, 2006
  Flavius's master, in ShakespeareOctober 9, 1996
HERSELF This fortress built by Nature for __": ShakespeareDecember 4, 2016
OTELLO Shakespeare-based Verdi operaDecember 1, 2016
  Verdi opera based on a Shakespeare playJanuary 26, 2016
  Verdi opera based on ShakespeareJanuary 8, 2015
  Opera based on a Shakespeare playOctober 12, 2014
  Verdi reworking of a Shakespeare classicAugust 1, 2006
ANON Very shortly, to ShakespeareNovember 22, 2016
  Any minute, to ShakespeareJuly 11, 2016
  In a bit, to ShakespeareOctober 7, 2015
  Shortly, to ShakespeareJune 22, 2015
  In a little while, to ShakespeareAugust 19, 2014
  Soon, to ShakespeareOctober 16, 2012
OPHELIA Who says "O, what a noble mind is here o'erthrown!," in ShakespeareNovember 20, 2016
  Shakespeare character who coins the term "primrose pathOctober 28, 2016
  Shakespeare character who says "Good night, ladies; good night, sweet ladies; good night, good nightApril 3, 2016
  Shakespeare character who goes madJuly 31, 2014
  Shakespeare character who goes insaneJune 1, 2010
  O, what a noble mind is here o'erthrown!" speaker, in ShakespeareMay 2, 2009
DOEST Performs, Shakespeare-styleNovember 16, 2016
  Perform à la ShakespeareApril 17, 2011
EBON 38-Across, to ShakespeareNovember 13, 2016
  Ink color, to ShakespeareJune 21, 2016
  Like Death's dart, to ShakespeareOctober 19, 2012
  Ink's color, to ShakespeareAugust 17, 2012
  Ink-colored, in ShakespeareApril 13, 2011
  Like death's dart, in ShakespeareApril 30, 2010
  Like ink, to ShakespeareJune 8, 2003
ADO Fuss, to ShakespeareNovember 12, 2016
  Bother, in a Shakespeare titleJuly 17, 2016
  Shakespeare wrote about much of thisMay 28, 2016
  There's much of this in ShakespeareApril 17, 2016
  Word in a Shakespeare comedy titleJanuary 3, 2016
  Fuss in a Shakespeare titleDecember 31, 2015
  Much ___ About Nothing" (Shakespeare)December 13, 2015
  Word in a Shakespeare play about nothingSeptember 27, 2015
HAST Have, to ShakespeareNovember 12, 2016
YARE Ready, to ShakespeareNovember 8, 2016
BARD of Avon (Shakespeare)November 8, 2016
  Epithet for ShakespeareNovember 7, 2016
  Shakespeare, the ___ of AvonSeptember 6, 2016
  Shakespeare, for oneJanuary 28, 2016
  of Avon (Shakespeare)July 28, 2015
  Shakespeare, e.gApril 25, 2014
  Shakespeare, with "theJuly 16, 2013
  The ___ of Avon (Shakespeare)April 13, 2013
THANE of Glamis, title in ShakespeareNovember 6, 2016
  Ross, Lennox or Angus, in ShakespeareJuly 30, 2010
OPE Unseal, in ShakespeareOctober 23, 2016
  Unseal, to ShakespeareMarch 1, 2013
  To ___ their golden eyes'' (Shakespeare)January 10, 2009
  O Henry, ___ thine eyes!'' (Shakespeare)April 26, 2008
  To ___ their golden eyes": ShakespeareJune 19, 1994
  Unlock, to ShakespeareOctober 16, 1990
  Unclose, to ShakespeareNovember 13, 1988
ISAIAH So-called "Shakespeare of the ProphetsOctober 21, 2016
EYE Beauty is bought by judgement of the __": ShakespeareOctober 14, 2016
BACON Shakespeare contemporaryOctober 13, 2016
HARKS Listens to ShakespeareOctober 9, 2016
DOTH Verb for ShakespeareOctober 5, 2016
  Performs, to ShakespeareFebruary 15, 2016
  Accomplishes, to ShakespeareMarch 4, 2013
  Third-person verb from ShakespeareDecember 21, 2012
ILLGOT Procured wrongly, to ShakespeareSeptember 21, 2016
APACE Swiftly, to ShakespeareSeptember 4, 2016
  Rapidly, to ShakespeareMarch 2, 2016
  Without delay, to ShakespeareNovember 12, 2015
  Chop-chop, to ShakespeareJuly 17, 2013
AINT Shakespeare itSeptember 4, 2016
EEN Still, to ShakespeareAugust 27, 2016
LEAR King of ShakespeareAugust 18, 2016
  King ___" (Shakespeare work)December 16, 2015
  King ___" (Shakespeare)August 8, 2015
  More sinn'd against than sinning" protagonist of ShakespeareOctober 17, 2014
  Shakespeare character who says "Nothing can come of nothingJanuary 30, 2012
  Shakespeare¬ís "KingAugust 24, 2010
  Duke of Cornwall's father-in-law, in ShakespeareNovember 23, 2008
  Mad King of ShakespeareAugust 28, 2006
MAYST Is allowed to, to ShakespeareAugust 17, 2016
  Might, to ShakespeareApril 8, 2016
  Has permission, to ShakespeareMay 13, 2011
TOILANDTROUBLE Words after "Double, double," in ShakespeareJuly 30, 2016
ANNE Mrs. ShakespeareJuly 29, 2016
  Hathaway, wife of ShakespeareJanuary 20, 2012
  Wife of ShakespeareJuly 18, 2011
DIDST Why ___ thou promise such a beauteous day": ShakespeareJuly 22, 2016
  Performed, in ShakespeareJuly 9, 2016
  Why ___ thou promise such a beauteous day?"--ShakespeareApril 17, 2015
  Say that thou ___ forsake me . . ." (Shakespeare)July 21, 2014
  Performed, in a Shakespeare playMay 11, 2013
  Performed, per ShakespeareSeptember 24, 2012
ENOW Sufficient for ShakespeareJuly 17, 2016
  Sufficient, to ShakespeareNovember 5, 2015
  Sufficient, for ShakespeareMarch 6, 2014
ORI Help me, Cassius, ___ sink": ShakespeareJuly 2, 2016
TOBEORNOTTOBE Words from ShakespeareJune 22, 2016
  Arguably, best-known line from ShakespeareJanuary 5, 2013
MACBETH Shakespeare tragedyJune 17, 2016
  Shakespeare characterMarch 26, 2012
  Five-act Shakespeare playMay 1, 2004

 

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