Crossword Clues for OTHELLO

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Desdemona's husband Thomas Joseph 19 Aug 2022
Dramatic Moor The Guardian Quick 17 Jun 2022
Note the fellow stripped for play The Guardian Cryptic 14 Jun 2022
Shakespearean tragic hero The Guardian Speedy 17 Apr 2022
Shakespeare play The Times Concise 07 Apr 2022
Play by Shakespeare The Times Concise 09 Mar 2022
Shakespeare tragedy Eugene Sheffer 29 Dec 2021
A strange hello to Shakespeare's Moor Irish Times Simplex 01 Nov 2021
Turned to source of celebrity gossip for tragic tale The Times Cryptic 13 Oct 2021
Desdemona's husband Thomas Joseph 01 Sep 2021
A strange hello to Shakespeare's Moor Irish Times Simplex 12 Jul 2021
Shakespeare character who says 'I kiss'd thee ere I kill'd thee' New York Times 05 May 2021
Shakespearean soldier Newsday 02 May 2021
Tragedy returning to celebrity magazine The Telegraph Toughie 10 Feb 2021
Old leader in tragedy greeting play's eponymous hero The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Feb 2021
Play by Shakespeare The Times Concise 22 Dec 2020
Source of the words 'O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; / It is the green-ey'd monster ...' New York Times 01 Nov 2020
Loves to involve the students in play The Sun Two Speed 17 Oct 2020
Shakespearean drama The Sun Two Speed 17 Oct 2020
Desdemona's husband Thomas Joseph 12 Sep 2020
A strange hello to Shakespeare's Moor Irish Times Simplex 22 Aug 2020
Game whose dual-colored pieces are apt for this puzzle's theme New York Times 06 Aug 2020
Play books set on top of celebrity magazine The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Jul 2020
Whence the phrase 'wear one's heart on one's sleeve' New York Times 02 Apr 2020
Hello to Shakespeare's Moor Irish Times Simplex 29 Feb 2020
Shakespeare play The Telegraph Quick 01 Feb 2020
Board game with black-and-white pieces New York Times 02 Oct 2019
Disc-flipping game Newsday 29 Sep 2019
Desdemona's spouse The Sun Two Speed 16 Aug 2019
Books with greeting in Shakespeare play The Sun Two Speed 16 Aug 2019
Shakespeare play The Times Concise 30 Jul 2019
Play set mostly in Cyprus The New Yorker 22 Jul 2019
The lord in "O, beware, my lord, of jealousy!" LA Times Daily 22 May 2019
The lord in 'O, beware, my lord, of jealousy!' The Washington Post 22 May 2019
Job's welcome, perhaps, for player from Stratford The Telegraph Toughie 22 Mar 2019
Shakespearean Moor USA Today 22 Mar 2019
'Sweet revenge grows harsh' speaker The Washington Post Sunday 10 Mar 2019
Play the fool ultimately in middle of monologue The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Mar 2019
Shakespearean general Newsday 13 Jan 2019
Shakespearean Moor
Board game with black-and-white pieces
The lord in "O, beware, my lord, of jealousy!"
Shakespeare's Moor of Venice Irish Times Simplex 07 Dec 2018
Bardic off-Broadway role for David Oyelowo The Chronicle of Higher Education 03 Aug 2018
Play with Iago LA Times Daily 30 Jul 2018
Play with Iago The Washington Post 30 Jul 2018
Old Testament greeting in Shakespeare play The Sun Two Speed 15 Apr 2018
Good books can be a conversation starter or a tragedy Irish Times Crosaire 14 Apr 2018
Desdemona's husband The Washington Post Sunday 11 Feb 2018
Shakespeare role Universal 07 Feb 2018
Board game named after a Shakespeare play New York Times 08 Jan 2018
More or less shut up upon greeting jealous husband The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Jan 2018
Shakespeare role
Board game named after a Shakespeare play
Bardic off-Broadway role for David Oyelowo
Play with Iago
Play seen by Pepys Newsday 14 Oct 2017
The lines at the heart of old, old tragedy The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Aug 2017
Shakespeare tragedy Eugene Sheffer 05 Aug 2017
Role for Laurence Olivier and Laurence Fishburne Wall Street Journal 13 Jul 2017
Fictional general in the Venetian army Wall Street Journal 24 May 2017
Play taken from old scripture with eternal punishment ending in inferno The Telegraph Toughie 11 Apr 2017
Shakespeare's Moor Irish Times Simplex 06 Apr 2017
Shakespearean Moor The Times Concise 02 Mar 2017
"Moor over by the lakes, love" The Times Cryptic 09 Feb 2017
Board game with a Shakespearean-sounding name The Washington Post 02 Feb 2017
Disc-flipping board game hinted at by a word ladder formed by the answers to the nine starred clues New York Times 10 Jan 2017
Disc-flipping board game hinted at by a word ladder formed by the answers to the nine starred clues
Where eg Jezebel appears, suffering love for Venetian The Times Cryptic 15 Nov 2016
Play with a traitor Wall Street Journal 02 Sep 2016
Play that inspired an opera LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2016
'Put out the light, and then put out the light' speaker Wall Street Journal 25 Jun 2016
Shakespearean greeting to returning heads The Guardian Cryptic 13 Jun 2016
Shakespeare's Moor USA Today 10 Jun 2016
The lord in "O beware, my lord, of jealousy!" LA Times Daily 29 May 2016
Shakespearean Moor Universal 21 May 2016
What's this behind Biblical text's tragic hero? The Telegraph Toughie 18 May 2016
Shakespearean hero The Guardian Speedy 10 Apr 2016
Ducks around the lines in play The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Apr 2016
Moor vessel finally round at back of foreign hotel? The Times Cryptic 28 Mar 2016
Game with a 64-square board New York Times 21 Feb 2016
'The Moor of Venice', tragedy by Shakespeare The Telegraph General Knowledge 17 Jan 2016
Shakespeare's Moor
Play that inspired an opera
The lord in "O beware, my lord, of jealousy!"
"... And when I love thee not / Chaos is come again" speaker LA Times Daily 31 Dec 2015
Loves absorbing temperature where it�s hot in general in Venice The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Dec 2015
Play with frame removed from car, extreme difficulty cutting through it? The Telegraph Toughie 12 Nov 2015
Shakespeare character USA Today 24 Oct 2015
"Then must you speak / Of one that loved not wisely but too well" speaker LA Times Daily 07 Aug 2015
Shakespearean role The Times Concise 16 Jun 2015
Cassio's commander LA Times Daily 03 May 2015
Shakespeare play The Guardian Quick 02 May 2015
Desdemona's man Universal 03 Apr 2015
Desdemona's man
"... And when I love thee not / Chaos is come again" speaker
"Then must you speak / Of one that loved not wisely but too well" speaker
Cassio's commander
Shakespeare character
Shakespearean title character
Work set mostly in Cyprus
*Shakespeare play that inspired a Verdi opera
Literature's 'Moor of Venice'
*Shakespeare play that inspired a Verdi opera
Shakespearean general
Black and white board game
"I kissed thee ere I killed thee" speaker
*Shakespearean hero*
Shakespearean tale of treachery
Brand name for the board game Reversi
Shakespeare play
His opening line is "'Tis better as it is"
Whence the phrase "I will wear my heart upon my sleeve" comes from
Desdemona's husband and murderer
Shakespeare tragedy
"The Moor of Venice"
"The Moor of Venice"
Desdemona's husband
Moor on stage
Husband of Desdemona
Moor on stage
Noted Venetian army general
Victim of "hanky"-panky?
Desdemona's killer
Play featuring Cassio
Robeson Broadway role
Trademarked version of reversi
Shakespearean Moor
Iago's general
Game also called "reversi"
Murderous Moor from Shakespeare
Cassio was one of his lieutenants
Cassio was one of his lieutenants
Shakespearean title Moor
It was first performed at Whitehall Palace in 1604
Shakespeare's Moor
Desdemona's love
Game with an annual world championship, first held in Tokyo in 1977
Desdemona's love
Cassio's boss
1995 role for Laurence Fishburne
Black and white board game
The Moor of Venice
Desdemona's hubby
Shakespearean title Moor
Desdemona's husband
Shakespeare character
Shakespeare tragedy
Cassio's superior
Shakespearean tragedy
"I kissed thee ere I killed thee" speaker
Desdemona's killer
Desdemona's man
"Green-eyed monster" play
Desdemona's husband
Moor jealous of his wife
Play set mostly in Cyprus
"I kiss'd thee ere I kill'd thee" speaker
Shakespeare title character
Game similar to Go
"A minute to learn ... a lifetime to master" game
Jealous stage husband
Moor drama from Shakespeare
Murderous Moor
He "lov'd not wisely but too well"
Title role for Robeson
Shakespearean lady killer?
Robeson role
Victim of hanky -panky
Shakespeare's Moor
Shakespearean play
1995 Laurence Fishburne role
Brabantio's son-in-law
"If it were now to die, / 'Twere now to be most happy" speaker
Iago's superior
Desdemona's love
Tragedy of 1604
Role for Robeson
Role for Robeson
Shakespearean Moor
Work of 1604
Commercial game with disks
"O curse of marriage ..." speaker
Shakespearean Moor
Role for Robeson
Desdemona's husband and murderer
Dramatic Moor
One who "lov'd not wisely but too well"
Token-flipping board game
1604 tragedy
Tragic Moor
1982 James Earl Jones role
Board game like reversi
Cassio's general
Tragedy written in 1604
Shakespearean play
Desdemona's husband
Moor who suspected amour
James Earl Jones role
Famous Moor
Role for Paul Robeson
Work by 3 Down
Moor of Venice
Well-known Moor
Shakespearean dupe.
Shakespearean character.
Moor of drama.
Moor in a murder story.
Production of 360 years ago.
He "loved not wisely, but too well."
The Moor of Venice.
Tragedy of 1604.
Drama of 1604.
Shakespearean role.
Moor of Venice.
Shakespearean tragedy.
1604 tragedy.
Play and opera role.
The Moor.
Classic victim of jealousy.
Brabantio's son-in-law.
Iago poisoned his mind.
Iago's dupe.
Personification of jealousy.
Source of the phrase "pomp and circumstance"
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