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89 Results for ENEMIES

17 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).

DateGridClueAuthor
Sunday, April 18, 20104DExes, sometimesRandolph Ross
Saturday, June 27, 20092DThey're opposedTrip Payne
Monday, October 18, 20045DFoesSteve Kahn
Friday, July 9, 20044DThey may be swornDavid Liben-Nowell
Friday, October 3, 200343DOnes at the gate, maybeManny Nosowsky
Saturday, September 14, 200232D"Wise men learn much from ___": AristophanesBruce L. Bliven
Saturday, December 1, 200120AOpposite sides (2)Peter Gordon
Friday, November 19, 199958AHostilesManny Nosowsky
Saturday, May 16, 199811D"A man cannot be too careful in the choice of his ___": WildeJim Page
Thursday, April 2, 199842AKind of listAlex K. Justin
Friday, November 7, 199752AOpposing forcesBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sunday, April 27, 19972DThemMatt Gaffney
Sunday, November 12, 199560A"...and the fourth for mine _____": AddisonRandolph Ross
Saturday, October 21, 199558AIsaac Bashevis Singer novelDaniel R. Stark
Sunday, August 13, 199553AOpposite sides (2)Nancy Salomon
Wednesday, April 20, 199461A_____ listWalter Webb
Sunday, April 17, 199490AHatfields and Mccoys, e.g.R.M. Hopkins

2 results for ENEMIES from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
February 27, 2005diagramless21AHatfields and McCoys, e.g.Byron Walden
June 8, 2003diagramless39DParanoiacs' worriesJoe DiPietro

70 results for ENEMIES from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Wednesday, June 2, 19935DSome are publicGayle DeanMaleska
Sunday, February 7, 1993151ARedcoats, to MinutemenNancy Nicholson JolineMaleska
Saturday, July 25, 19922D" . . . naked to mine ___": Shak.Jack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Wednesday, May 6, 199213DBrutus and Antony, e.g.Michael A. RampinoMaleska
Friday, February 21, 199225AAllies, to the AxisRobert KatzMaleska
Thursday, December 5, 199120AAntagonistsJames L. BeattyMaleska
Tuesday, September 4, 199040AAllies, to the AxisFred TooleMaleska
Friday, August 10, 199053AMinutemen and Redcoats, e.g.Michael A. RampinoMaleska
Sunday, January 22, 19895DMontcalm and Wolfe, e.g.Ernst T. TheimerMaleska
Sunday, April 27, 198654AFeudistsMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
Sunday, August 12, 1984130ABurr and Hamilton, e.g.Bert RosenfieldMaleska
Friday, June 8, 198457ABurr and Hamilton, e.g.Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Saturday, December 4, 198214DHostilesTreuschMaleska
Monday, March 29, 198221AAlexander and DariusWhittenMaleska
Monday, September 7, 198120AFoesDavid GalefMaleska
Thursday, January 8, 198162AThose at swords' pointsBernice GordonMaleska
Thursday, January 25, 197935DIll-wishersWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Friday, March 24, 19789DNapoleon and WellingtonC. J. AngioMaleska
Saturday, October 15, 197711DCalhoun and Van BurenWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Monday, November 18, 19749DAdversariesGlasserWeng
Thursday, August 15, 197416AFoemenReginald L. JohnsonWeng
Saturday, February 13, 197125AIll-wishersUnknownWeng
Monday, September 28, 197040DIll-wishersUnknownWeng
Saturday, September 19, 197013DBelligerentsUnknownWeng
Tuesday, November 24, 196414DDogs and cats.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, November 9, 196337DCats and dogs, traditionally.Roberta H. MorseFarrar
Sunday, October 7, 196266DParties in the Wars of the Roses.Ted DombrasFarrar
Saturday, May 5, 196219AAdversaries.Annamarie LobbFarrar
Saturday, May 27, 196163AAdversaries.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, May 18, 19613DAdversaries.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, September 28, 1958106ANot 103 Across.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Sunday, September 21, 195843AThe unfriendly.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wednesday, July 30, 19585DOpponents.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Saturday, July 26, 195812DBatista and Castro, for example.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Monday, May 26, 19588DWolves, to lambs.Marcia GladstoneFarrar
Sunday, April 27, 195839AFeudists.Grace HosterFarrar
Monday, September 16, 195736DSnakes in the grass.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thursday, May 2, 19578DAntagonists.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Tuesday, January 29, 195711DHostile forces.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Tuesday, October 30, 195612DThose hostile to a cause.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, May 9, 19569DFoemen.S. A. KayFarrar
Sunday, March 18, 195619DAdversaries.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Monday, July 11, 195511DAntagonists.Albert BlumFarrar
Sunday, March 6, 195539D"Friendly ___."Maura JacobsonFarrar
Sunday, December 19, 195479A"Make thine ___ thy footstool."Ruth H. OliverFarrar
Monday, December 6, 195453AHostile forces.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Friday, July 9, 195454AAntagonists.UnknownFarrar
Monday, March 16, 195337APersons of ill will.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wednesday, January 23, 195258AThose we guard against.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, October 11, 195116DIll-wishers.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, July 18, 195161AFoes.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, June 6, 195164ACombatants.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, April 3, 195111DAntagonists.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, March 27, 195119DYugoslavia and Russia, for instance.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, December 31, 195078AAdversaries.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Sunday, May 14, 195020DIll-wishers.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sunday, October 30, 194916DAdversaries.Edward BucklerFarrar
Sunday, October 9, 194938AAdversaries.Elizabeth JacksonFarrar
Sunday, October 2, 194952DFoes.George W. RootFarrar
Sunday, February 13, 194926DInimical forces.Howard O. SmithFarrar
Sunday, February 6, 19492DBaneful persons.G. A. K. SuttonFarrar
Sunday, April 27, 19472DFoes.Louis BaronFarrar
Sunday, March 30, 194769DAntagonists.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sunday, February 3, 194670AWhat the Montagues and Capulets were.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sunday, April 22, 194581DNips.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sunday, January 23, 1944144AThe Axis.Jackson CrossFarrar
Sunday, December 12, 1943138AThose opposing our democractic ideals.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sunday, August 15, 194321DThose opposed to the Allied cause.C. W. HudsonFarrar
Sunday, July 4, 194342DThe Axis powers.J. C. DoesburgFarrar
Sunday, April 5, 194225ANazis and Japs.J. C. DoesburgFarrar