Shakespearean title noun crossword clue

This crossword clue Shakespearean title noun was discovered last seen in the October 14 2021 at the LA Times Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 3 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with A and can be found at the end of O. We think ADO is the possible answer on this clue.

Crossword clues for Shakespearean title noun

Clue Answer
Shakespearean title noun ADO
___, pursued by a bear (Shakespearean stage direction) EXIT
___ Shake (viral 2013 dance) HARLEM
___ of Avon (William Shakespeare): 2 wds. THEBARD
[[IMAGE]](Shake like a leaf) TREMBLE
[Head shake] UHUH
Younger sister played by Dorothy Jordan Natasha Pyne and Larisa Oleynik in film versions of a Shakespeare play BIANCA
You, to Shakespeare THOU
You may shake on it SEISM
You in Shakespeare lingo THEE
Ying ___ Twins ("Salt Shaker" duo) YANG
World metaphor, in Shakespeare OYSTER
Words said with a post-match handshake GOODGAME
Word that fills both parts of the Shakespeare quote "These ___ delights have ___ ends" VIOLENT
Word said with a handshake TRUCE
With 62-Across, Shakespeare play with the characters found at the ends of 17-, 19- and 36-Across AMIDSUMMER
William Shakespeare's historical romance? NYT JULIUSSEESHER
What some pets "shake hands" with PAWS
What shaken soda cans do after being opened SPEW
What may result in a handshake SALE
What a dog uses to "shake" PAW
Villain in Shakespeare's "The Tempest" ANTONIO
Verdi opera based on a Shakespeare tragedy OTELLO
Unshakeable in opinion ADAMANT
Unlucky mishap with a dinner-table shaker SPILLINGOFSALT
Tragic Shakespearean father KINGLEAR

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