We have listed below Shakespearean humor crossword clue answers based on our database. This clue was last seen on March 16 2023 in the NYT crossword puzzle.
|Shakespearean humor||BILE||4 letters|
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Crossword Answer for Shakespearean humor
Shakespearean humor NYT crossword clue answer with 4 letters is:
Why this answer? Meaning: Bile is a bitter-tasting, yellow-green fluid produced in the liver that helps to digest fat. Shakespeare often used it as a metaphor for a person's anger, bitterness, or spite.
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 Shakespearean humor crossword or BILE synonyms are: Ignominy (15%), Animus (10%), Malice (9%), Spite (8%), Acrimony (3%).
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