Word "BARD" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
put a caparison on
Synonyms:
barde, caparison, dress up

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a lyric poet

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an ornamental caparison for a horse

Crossword Clues for BARD

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Clue Source Date
Poet excluded in conversation The Times Cryptic 05 Sep 2022
D&D class with a poetic name Universal 24 Jul 2022
Shakespeare, e.g New York Times 19 Jul 2022
Poet-singer Thomas Joseph 11 Jun 2022
Eisteddfod winner, dull, turned up The Guardian Cryptic 18 Mar 2022
Poet LA Times Daily 13 Feb 2022
Poet The Washington Post 13 Feb 2022
Celtic poet The Times Concise 10 Jan 2022
Unsuitable environment for Republican poet The Times Cryptic 22 Dec 2021
Poet-singer Thomas Joseph 16 Dec 2021
Shakespeare was one Universal 04 Dec 2021
Versifier Newsday 17 Oct 2021
Avon product? The Washington Post 02 Oct 2021
Avon product? LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2021
Poet LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2021
Poet The Washington Post 27 Sep 2021
Foot specialist? The Washington Post 24 Sep 2021
Foot specialist? LA Times Daily 24 Sep 2021
The ___ (Shakespeare's nickname) Universal 23 Jul 2021
Poet The Telegraph Quick 22 Jul 2021
The ___ of Avon (Shakespeare) New York Times 19 Jul 2021
Poet Canadiana 07 Jun 2021
Shakespeare is deplatformed, reportedly The Telegraph Toughie 25 Feb 2021
Poet of yore Eugene Sheffer 14 Dec 2020
College where Achebe taught USA Today 24 Oct 2020
Shakespearean nickname Newsday 22 Oct 2020
Old storyteller LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2020
Old storyteller The Washington Post 01 Oct 2020
Famous literary nickname, with 'The' New York Times 30 Aug 2020
Troubadour The Sun Two Speed 07 Aug 2020
Rook caged by terrible poet The Sun Two Speed 07 Aug 2020
The __ of Avon (Shakespeare) Newsday 26 May 2020
Medieval storyteller USA Today 22 May 2020
Shakespeare, for one New York Times 18 May 2020
Versifier Canadiana 30 Mar 2020
Medieval entertainer Wall Street Journal 07 Mar 2020
Professional storyteller Wall Street Journal 12 Dec 2019
A part of Sandra Bullock elevated by Shakespeare Irish Times Crosaire 11 Sep 2019
Shakespeare, notably Universal 07 Aug 2019
Shakespeare serious about Romeo The Sun Two Speed 10 Jul 2019
Minstrel poet Newsday 12 May 2019
Balladeer New York Times 27 Mar 2019
Verse writer Wall Street Journal 30 Jan 2019
Verse writer
Balladeer
Professional storyteller
Shakespeare, notably
Shakespeare appellation, with 'the' USA Today 02 Dec 2018
Rook caged by wicked poet The Sun Two Speed 30 Nov 2018
Poet The Sun Two Speed 30 Nov 2018
Poet not allowed in pub we hear The Sun Two Speed 04 Nov 2018
Old-time poet Newsday 27 Sep 2018
Shakespeare, with 'the' USA Today 11 Sep 2018
Verse writer Premier Sunday 09 Sep 2018
Shakespearean title New York Times 28 Aug 2018
Singing poet Wall Street Journal 19 Jun 2018
Meter writer The Washington Post 17 May 2018
Meter writer LA Times Daily 17 May 2018
Traditional poet The Times Concise 14 May 2018
Avon product? LA Times Daily 14 Apr 2018
Avon product? The Washington Post 14 Apr 2018
Homer, e.g The Washington Post 13 Apr 2018
Homer, e.g LA Times Daily 13 Apr 2018
Homer, for one New York Times 29 Mar 2018
Title for Shakespeare Universal 22 Feb 2018
Shakespeare, with "the" USA Today 26 Jan 2018
Storyteller of old The Washington Post Sunday 21 Jan 2018
The __: Shakespeare LA Times Daily 08 Jan 2018
The __: Shakespeare The Washington Post 08 Jan 2018
Shakespeare appellation, with "the"
Shakespeare, with "the"
Singing poet
Avon product?
Homer, e.g.
Meter writer
The __: Shakespeare
Homer, for one
Shakespearean title
Title for Shakespeare
The ___ of Avon (Shakespeare) Universal 11 Sep 2017
Troubadour colleague Newsday 11 Aug 2017
Minstrel Premier Sunday 23 Jul 2017
___ of Avon (Shakespeare) Universal 04 Jul 2017
Old-style poet Universal 23 Jun 2017
Sonneteer Wall Street Journal 25 Feb 2017
Medieval entertainer New York Times 10 Feb 2017
Shakespeare, for one The Washington Post 16 Jan 2017
Poet The Telegraph Quick 02 Jan 2017
Medieval entertainer
___ of Avon (Shakespeare)
The ___ of Avon (Shakespeare)
Old-style poet
Shakespeare, for one
Minstrel of yore Newsday 17 Dec 2016
___ of Avon (Shakespeare) USA Today 08 Nov 2016
Shakespeare is forbidden, we hear The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Oct 2016
Shakespeare, the ___ of Avon USA Today 06 Sep 2016
Shakespearean sobriquet USA Today 31 Aug 2016
Poet New York Times 14 Aug 2016
Poet Eugene Sheffer 23 Mar 2016
Gray, perhaps, here? Might be grey on reflection The Times Cryptic 18 Mar 2016
Professional poet Wall Street Journal 08 Mar 2016
___ of Avon (Shakespeare)
Poet
Versifier Newsday 08 Nov 2015
Ban 500 responsible for the comedy of errors Irish Times Crosaire 10 Oct 2015
Troubadour The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Sep 2015
__ of Avon (Shakespeare) Newsday 28 Jul 2015
Poet-singer Thomas Joseph 13 Jul 2015
___ of Avon (Shakespeare) Family Time 05 Jul 2015
Shakespeare's nickname, with "the" LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2015
Epic poet The Times Concise 11 May 2015
Celtic minstrel Wall Street Journal 09 Jan 2015
Versifier
Troubadour
Shakespeare's nickname, with "the"
Celtic minstrel
__ of Avon (Shakespeare)
Shakespeare nickname
Poet
Shakespeare, for one
Shakespeare, for one
Teller of tales
Poet of old
Poet of old
Wordsmith of old
Epic poet
Epic reciter
Shakespeare or Browning
Epic poet
Rhymester
College where Steely Dan formed
Troubadour
Foot specialist?
Shakespeare, vis- -vis Avon
Poet
Avon calling?
The __ of Avon
Shakepeare, notably
Shakespeare or Browning
Shakespeare, with "the"
The __ of Avon
Foot specialist?
Shakespeare, notably
Shakespearean epithet
Balladeer
Minstrel
Poet, poetically
Poet
Epithet for Shakespeare
Troubadour
Shakespeare's Avon calling?
Shakespeare's Avon calling?
Avon calling?
Poet
Foot specialist?
Composer of epic poetry
Lyric poet
Shakespeare, e.g.
Homer, for one
One with poetic aspirations
Tale teller of old
Shakespeare, for one
Erstwhile poet
One using the metric system?
Odist, e.g.
The ___ of Avon
Versifier
Wordsmith, of a sort
Shakespeare appellation
Versifier
Old harpist, perhaps
Sonneteer, for example
Old harpist, perhaps
One working with feet?
Old-time poet
Good college for poets?
Epithet for Shakespeare
Tribal minstrel
Avon product?
Troubadour
Minstrel poet
Shakespeare, e.g.
Exalted poet
Exalted poet
Shakespeare, informally
Poet
Shakespearean epithet
Poet
Shakespeare, familiarly
Minstrel poet
Ex-wife of Vadim
Poet
Shelley or Shakespeare
Ossian, e.g.
The ___: Shakespeare
Versifier
Versifier
Avon calling?
Lyric poet
The ___ of Avon (Shakespeare)
The ___: Shakespeare
Versifier
Poet in the past
Shakespeare, for one
Shakespeare, notably
"... And God Created Woman" star
The ___ of Avon
Shakespeare's appellation
Shakespearean nickname
Tale teller
Harp toter of yore
Sonneteer, for one
Epithet for Shakespeare, with "the"
Sonneteer
Robert Burns was one
Shakespeare
___ of Avon (Shakespeare)
Eisteddfod contestant
Welsh poet
Wordsmith
Shakespeare for one
Shakespearean epithet
Minstrel
Epithet for Shakespeare
Verse reciter
Jongleur
Minstrel
Celtic poet
Shakespeare, notably
Troubadour
Troubadour
Sonneteer
WS moniker
Equine armor
Slice of bacon
Rhymer
Upstate N.Y. college
Avon resident
Homer or Shakespeare
Celtic minstrel-poet
Celtic minstrel
Avon great
Poe or Pope
Sagaman
Globe favorite
Avon produced one
Annandale-on-Hudson campus
Celtic singer
"The ___ shall scorn pedantic laws": Scott
Epicist
Scop or skald
Shakespeare
Celtic poet
Versifier
Skald
Avon V.I.P.
Verse maker
Avon calling
Man of 37 Across.
Writer.
Ancient Celtic singer.
Singer of songs.
Poet of old.
Poet.
Celtic poet.
Celtic singer.
Minstrel.
Old-time poet.
Swan of Avon.
Welsh minstrel.
Singer with a harp.
Sweet singer.
Ancient Celtic poet.
Shakespeare.
Singer to the music of a harp.
Poet: Poet.
Celtic minstrel.
His plays made many operas.
Poet and singer.
W. S.
Singer to harp music.
Sandburg.
Sweet singer of Avon.
Wandering minstrel.
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