OUT-OF-PLACE WORDS

New York Times, Sunday, April 25, 1982

Author: Jeanette K. Brill
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { J Q V }, Scrabble score: 520 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 127, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 13, XRef: 0
Jeanette K. Brill has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
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1. ___ morgana : FATA
5. Implied but unsaid : TACIT
10. Potato, for one : TUBER
15. Having wings : ALAR
19. Royal city of the Canaanites : ARAD
20. Supreme Moslem deity : ALLAH
21. White poplar : ABELE
22. Where Hyde once presided : EIRE
23. Afghan road material? : KABULSTONE
25. Activity in a post–W.W. I free city? : FOLKDANZIG
27. Rivaled successfully : EMULATED
28. Rubbish : OFFAL
30. Fears : DREADS
31. Field for Fabius : AGER
32. Ria : INLET
33. Kind of physician : META
34. Hercules, to Iole : CAPTOR
37. Kind of lightning : SHEET
38. Site of battles of Bull Run : MANASSAS
42. Hair styles : AFROS
43. Get squiffed in Formosa? : TAIWANON
45. River in Wales and England : USK
46. Bellow : ROAR
47. Sassoon or Service : POET
49. Stir : ADO
50. Holiday in Napoli : FESTA
52. Dress (up) : TOG
53. Montana cosmetologist? : BUTTETICIAN
57. "___ Be," Beatles hit : LETIT
58. Cantabs, Elis et al. : STUDENTS
60. "Let's Make ___" : ADEAL
61. Greek moon goddess : SELENE
62. One of the dryads : ERATO
63. Fern leaf : FROND
64. Of yore : OLDEN
65. Full of chinks : RIMOUS
67. Common contraction : ARENT
68. Word game : ANAGRAMS
71. Praying figure : ORANT
72. Swimmer's motion in NW France? : BRESTSTROKE
74. Born : NEE
75. British buddy : MATEY
76. Past : AGO
77. Yorkshire river : AIRE
78. Tamarisk : ATLE
79. Cuckoo : ANI
80. German sweets? : BONNBONS
84. River, politician or cloth : TWEED
85. Winks : NICTATES
89. Wash out : ELUTE
90. Ribs : TEASES
91. Hebrew month : ELUL
92. Pan-fry : SAUTE
93. Long and thin : LANK
94. Formulator : FRAMER
97. German engraver: 1471–1528 : DURER
98. Berkeley's colleague : CARTERET
102. Know-how in SE France? : AIXPERTISE
104. Error in chronology in Ohio? : ANAKRONISM
106. Wading bird : RAIL
107. Wildcats : EYRAS
108. Bronx warbler : GORME
109. Other : ELSE
110. Swiss linear unit : ELLE
111. "Last Case" sleuth : TRENT
112. Over : ENDED
113. Doyen : DEAN
1. Sham : FAKE
2. Saroyan hero : ARAM
3. Prohibition : TABU
4. Flatterer : ADULATOR
5. Vintner's employee : TASTER
6. ___ ego : ALTER
7. Oaf : CLOD
8. Pop singer Janis : IAN
9. "___ Love . . . ," 1924 song : THEONEI
10. Crisp woven fabric : TAFFETA
11. Corvette's target : UBOAT
12. Mouth of a trumpet : BELL
13. Wapiti : ELK
14. Blush : REDDEN
15. Epic hero : AENEAS
16. Gershwin girl: 1929 : LIZA
17. Sere : ARID
18. Parts of divs. : REGS
24. Nigerian seaport : LAGOS
26. "But thou ___ God . . . ": Neh. 9:17 : ARTA
29. Tore : FLEW
32. Cole Porter's "___ Men" : IHATE
33. Puccini's "___ Lescaut" : MANON
34. Drays : CARTS
35. In progress : AFOOT
36. Realistic in Czechoslovakia? : PRAGUEMATIC
37. Antitheses of deles : STETS
38. Of form : MODAL
39. Nourishment in NW France? : SUSTENANTES
40. Patty Duke ___ : ASTIN
41. Ray : SKATE
44. Water nymph : NAIAD
47. Football plays : PUNTS
48. Teutonic king : OTTO
50. Feather an arrow : FLEDGE
51. Sniggler for wrigglers : EELER
53. Truth, to Keats : BEAUTY
54. Vetches : TARES
55. "___ Know Why," Wonder hit : IDONT
56. Coppers : CENTS
59. Bombinate : DRONE
61. Quench : SLAKE
63. Refrigerant : FREON
64. ___ about : ONOR
65. Type of type : ROMAN
66. Man from Tabriz : IRANI
67. Odysseus' smart dog : ARGOS
68. Get up : ARISE
69. Wingding : MELEE
70. Beginnings : SEEDS
72. Hubbub : BABEL
73. René's aunt : TANTE
78. Activated : AWAKENED
81. Most proximate : NEAREST
82. Cerulean : BLUE
83. Offend : OUTRAGE
84. ___ one (betting odds) : TENTO
86. Miss Marker in 1934 : TEMPLE
87. Nautical term : ALEE
88. Gun mount : TURRET
90. Smeared, in a way : TARRED
92. Anthony : SUSAN
93. Delibes opera : LAKME
94. Get on : FARE
95. Money in Meshed : RIAL
96. Angle of a leaf stalk : AXIL
97. Desperately urgent : DIRE
98. Piece of mail : CARD
99. Nettle : RILE
100. U.S. satellite : ESSA
101. Govt. agents : TMEN
103. Son of Odin : TYR
105. ___ compos mentis : NON

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