Words in the Titles of Shakespeare's Plays

Can you guess the words that make up the titles of the plays written by William Shakespeare?
Omitting Roman numerals
Where words appear more than once in individual or across multiple titles they need only be entered once
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Last updated: April 20, 2020
First submittedApril 20, 2020
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Word
A
About
Ado
All's
And
Andronicus
Antony
As
Athens
Caesar
Word
Cleopatra
Comedy
Coriolanus
Cressida
Cymbeline
Dream
Ends
Errors
For
Word
Gentlemen
Hamlet
Henry
It
John
Juliet
Julius
King
Labour's
Word
Lear
Like
Lost
Love's
Macbeth
Measure
Merchant
Merry
Midsummer
Word
Much
Night
Night's
Nothing
Of
Othello
Pericles
Richard
Romeo
Word
Shrew
Tale
Taming
Tempest
That
The
Timon
Titus
Troilus
Word
Twelfth
Two
Venice
Verona
Well
Windsor
Winter's
Wives
You
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Level 66
Apr 20, 2020
Hamlet?
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Level 47
Apr 20, 2020
Added, cheers
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Level 82
Apr 20, 2020
Just got “server failed to respond” and no score
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Level 76
Apr 20, 2020
Connection problems, usually you just wait a bit and the score appears
+10
Level 64
Apr 20, 2020
"The Server Failed to Respond" -- isn't that the play where the Queen's maid doesn't come when summoned?
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Level 67
Apr 21, 2020
yea, so you can't see how many notches you got on your stick
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Level 71
Apr 20, 2020
Pericles, Prince of Tyre - add 'Prince' and 'Tyre'
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Level 77
Apr 21, 2020
Seconded. Tried "prince" and when that wasn't accepted, I figured that one didn't qualify for some reason.
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Level 68
Apr 20, 2020
Apparently, you don't consider The Two Noble Kinsmen to be canon...? Although it certainly has as much place as Pericles, I would think, both widely consider by scholars to be Shakespeare's, at least in part.
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Level 75
Apr 23, 2020
Edward III too.
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Level 66
May 10, 2020
I actually stopped taking the quiz midway through and came to ask about Two Noble Kinsmen...
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Level 73
Apr 21, 2020
Night and Night's are not different words. One is just the possessive case.
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Level ∞
Apr 21, 2020
Fortunately we accept night for both.
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Level 72
Apr 21, 2020
I thought 'Never Say Never Again? No, that wasn't an official one. And Cyprus is geographically in Asia. But am I forgetting the District of Colombia?'. And while I was thinking that, I forgot about the Merry Wives of Windsor.
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Level 81
Apr 27, 2020
Might as well throw in a summoner's tale.
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Level 76
May 4, 2020
This is just the "Shakespeare plays" quiz torn up into bits.
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Level 79
May 10, 2020
yeah. At first I thought this was going to be about words that appear in the titles multiple times.
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Level 60
May 10, 2020
What about "Part" as in Henry IV, part I / II?
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Level 60
May 11, 2020
Interesting quiz!