We have listed below Response to thumb-biting in Romeo and Juliet crossword clue answers based on our database. This clue was last seen on March 18 2023 in the NYT crossword puzzle.
|Response to thumb-biting in Romeo and Juliet
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Crossword Answer for Response to thumb-biting in Romeo and Juliet
Response to thumb-biting in Romeo and Juliet NYT crossword clue answer with 15 letters is:
Why this answer? Meaning: DOYOUQUARRELSIR is a line from Act 3, Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet, spoken by an old man to Romeo as he bites his thumb at him. It means "Do you quarrel, sir?" and is meant as a warning to Romeo to stop his aggressive behaviour.
Other solutions or synonyms
Are you looking for a different answer? If you are playing another crossword puzzle game (not NYT), other (less) possible solutions to Response to thumb-biting in Romeo and Juliet crossword or DOYOUQUARRELSIR synonyms are: BRAWL (20%), QUARREL (35%), SASSES (15%), ROWDY (25%), BANTER (45%).
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