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Word "LEAR" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the hero of William Shakespeare's tragedy who was betrayed and mistreated by two of his scheming daughters
Synonyms:
king lear

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
British artist and writer of nonsense verse (1812-1888)
Synonyms:
edward lear

Crossword Clues for LEAR

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Cordelia's father LA Times Daily 07 Feb 2021
Jet type Family Time 07 Feb 2021
Shakespeare title king Universal 29 Jan 2021
Shakespeare character who says 'How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is / To have a thankless child!' New York Times 28 Jan 2021
17th-century play king The Washington Post Sunday 10 Jan 2021
English limerick poet Newsday 01 Jan 2021
Tragic Shakespearian king Irish Times Simplex 26 Dec 2020
Shakespearean king The Times Concise 08 Dec 2020
King played by Glenda Jackson LA Times Daily 04 Dec 2020
King with three daughters The Washington Post 15 Oct 2020
Edward --, writer of nonsense verse (1812-88) The Telegraph General Knowledge 21 Sep 2020
Tragic king Thomas Joseph 19 Aug 2020
Shakespear's king Irish Times Simplex 27 Jul 2020
"All in the Family" creator Norman Universal 01 Jul 2020
Jet giant Family Time 28 Jun 2020
Father of Goneril and Regan Universal 28 Jun 2020
King in a Shakespeare tragedy Universal 13 May 2020
Kind of jet The Washington Post 13 May 2020
Mad king The Telegraph Quick 28 Apr 2020
Big name in jets New York Times 27 Apr 2020
Shakespeare's king coherent, but losing head The Sun Two Speed 12 Apr 2020
Mad king of theater Eugene Sheffer 08 Apr 2020
Cordelia's dad Universal 13 Mar 2020
“How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child” speaker Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2020
Inventor who named a daughter Shanda Newsday 14 Dec 2019
Business jet pioneer Newsday 17 Nov 2019
Name in jets Premier Sunday 10 Nov 2019
'Maude' producer Norman USA Today 10 Nov 2019
'Good Times' producer Norman USA Today 13 Oct 2019
Business jet name Newsday 06 Oct 2019
'All in the Family' producer Norman The Washington Post 03 Oct 2019
"All in the Family" producer Norman LA Times Daily 03 Oct 2019
Biz jet Canadiana 30 Sep 2019
Goneril's father Thomas Joseph 26 Sep 2019
Jet variety Family Time 23 Sep 2019
Norman who created the Bunkers USA Today 02 Sep 2019
''. . . serpent's tooth . . . thankless child'' speaker Newsday 31 Aug 2019
Mad monarch of theatre The New Yorker 19 Aug 2019
Regan's father New York Times 21 Jul 2019
King of tragedy USA Today 14 Jul 2019
He asks 'Which of you shall we say doth love us most?' Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2019
Theatrical king Wall Street Journal 13 Jun 2019
Mad king of tragedy USA Today 07 Jun 2019
The Bard's tragic king USA Today 30 May 2019
King of the stage New York Times 19 Jan 2019
Shakespearean monarch Newsday 13 Jan 2019
He asks "Which of you shall we say doth love us most?"
"Good Times" producer Norman
'O, that way madness lies' speaker The Washington Post 23 Nov 2018
"O, that way madness lies" speaker LA Times Daily 23 Nov 2018
Shakespearean father of three New York Times 11 Nov 2018
Bill Piper contemporary Newsday 09 Nov 2018
Nonsense poet Edward USA Today 18 Oct 2018
'We have divided in three our kingdom' speaker Wall Street Journal 06 Oct 2018
'A Book of Nonsense' author Edward USA Today 25 Sep 2018
Limerick creator Edward USA Today 22 Sep 2018
Shakespearean king with three daughters The Washington Post 11 Sep 2018
''No man will ever write a better tragedy than __'': Shaw Newsday 08 Sep 2018
'Know that we have divided in three our kingdom' speaker Wall Street Journal 28 Jul 2018
Mad monarch in furtive look we hear The Sun Two Speed 08 Jul 2018
King Edward, the humorist The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Jul 2018
Who said 'How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!' New York Times 14 Apr 2018
'All in the Family' creator Norman Jonesin 06 Mar 2018
Mad king of the stage The Washington Post 11 Feb 2018
"We have divided in three our kingdom" speaker
"Know that we have divided in three our kingdom" speaker
"A Book of Nonsense" author Edward
Who said "How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!"
Mostly pick up title role in Shakespeare The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Dec 2017
King of Shakespeare Universal 19 Dec 2017
'King __' The Washington Post 17 Dec 2017
"King __" LA Times Daily 17 Dec 2017
King who said 'Nothing will come of nothing' New York Times 17 Dec 2017
'Here I disclaim all my paternal care' speaker Wall Street Journal 16 Nov 2017
Shakespearean king betrayed by two of his daughters The Times Specialist Sunday 29 Oct 2017
Type of jet Family Time 16 Oct 2017
King of Shakespearean tragedy USA Today 04 Oct 2017
'Maude' creator Wall Street Journal 09 Sep 2017
'The Owl and the Pussycat' poet The Washington Post 26 Aug 2017
"The Owl and the Pussycat" poet LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2017
First speaker of ''Nothing can come of nothing'' Newsday 15 Jul 2017
Be apprised (of) New York Times 25 Jun 2017
William Piper contemporary Newsday 21 May 2017
The type of jet in my mansion's hangar Universal 04 May 2017
Big name in business jets The Washington Post 19 Apr 2017
Tragic monarch The Washington Post 22 Feb 2017
Big name in private jets The Washington Post 09 Feb 2017
King who said "Nothing will come of nothing"
See 27 Across The Telegraph Quick 25 Oct 2016
Bunker's creator Wall Street Journal 06 Oct 2016
"I am a very foolish fond old man" speaker LA Times Daily 29 Sep 2016
'I am a very foolish fond old man' speaker Wall Street Journal 10 Sep 2016
Father of Cordelia The Washington Post 20 Aug 2016
King who says, 'O! that way madness lies' The Washington Post 19 Aug 2016
'The Owl and the Pussycat' poet Edward Jonesin 16 Aug 2016
'A Book of Nonsense' poet The Chronicle of Higher Education 05 Aug 2016
'Ingratitude, thou marble-hearted fiend' speaker Wall Street Journal 21 Jul 2016
Jet-set jet Universal 06 Jun 2016
He says to Cordelia, "Thy truth, then, be thy dower" LA Times Daily 31 Mar 2016
King noted for saying 'How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is / To have a thankless child!' New York Times 02 Mar 2016
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