Only 1 Shortz Era entry found. Click the date to see the answer in context. See the dictionary definition.
|Tuesday, March 16, 2010||41D||Expressionless||Paula Gamache|
13 results for DEADPAN from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Friday, August 27, 1993||55A||Poker-faced||Manny Nosowsky||Maleska|
|Sunday, January 17, 1988||16D||Poker-faced||Warren W. Reich||Maleska|
|Sunday, October 20, 1985||52A||Expressionless||John M. Samson||Maleska|
|Thursday, February 2, 1984||20A||Stolid||A. J. Santora||Maleska|
|Friday, June 8, 1979||1A||Expressionless||Jack Luzzatto||Maleska|
|Saturday, May 17, 1975||20A||Buster Keaton's look||Hallie & Gerald Parsons||Weng|
|Sunday, March 28, 1971||86A||Like Buster Keaton||H. Hastings Reddall||Weng|
|Sunday, April 25, 1965||19D||Wooden, as an expression.||Anne Fox||Farrar|
|Saturday, March 7, 1964||19D||Poker face.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sunday, October 30, 1960||14D||Poke face.||Roberta H. Morse||Farrar|
|Saturday, October 13, 1956||45D||Expressionless: Slang.||Jules Arensberg||Farrar|
|Wednesday, December 5, 1951||38D||The comedy of Buster Keaton, for instance.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sunday, February 6, 1949||114D||Expressionless.||G. A. K. Sutton||Farrar|