shakespearean|shakespeareans in English

noun

expert on the works of William Shakespeare

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1. 3 He directed five Shakespearean plays.

2. 16 Casinos , like Shakespearean plays, can be fun.

3. 15 I have bought a book about Shakespearean.

4. 9 I'll include Shakespearean tragedy in my summer program.

5. 12 I saw a Shakespearean comedy at college.

6. 11 In what Shakespearean plays do ghosts appear?

7. 10 The professor used some Shakespearean tags in his speech.

8. 14 It imitates at many removes a Shakespearean tragedy.

9. Many of Shakespearean plays have been adapted as films.

10. 13 She was famous as an interpreter of Shakespearean roles.

11. 8 Our comic play was a burlesque of a Shakespearean tragedy.

12. 8 The art festival kicked off with a Shakespearean play.

13. 2 Many of Shakespearean plays have been adapted as films.

14. Our comic play was a burlesque of a Shakespearean tragedy.

15. 18 The Shakespearean shylock is of dubious value in the modern world.

16. The Shakespearean shylock is of dubious value in the modern world.

17. She's done all the important Shakespearean roles apart from Lady Macbeth.

18. 1 Our comic play was a burlesque of a Shakespearean tragedy.

19. Yao read off the Chinese equivalents as if savoring a Shakespearean sonnet.

20. 26 Mobutu emerges from all this as a villain of Shakespearean proportions.

21. 7 Three Shakespearean comedies will be performed in rotation during the festival.

22. 4 She's done all the important Shakespearean roles apart from Lady Macbeth.

23. Mr. Yao read off the Chinese equivalents as if savoring a Shakespearean sonnet.

24. The Shakespearean illusions, the pose of madness and threat unraveling in chilling circumlocution.

25. Drama critics have put her on a level/par with the great Shakespearean actresses.