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162 Results for METER

41 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences). See the dictionary definition.

Thursday, January 16, 20147DThing that might have a needleElizabeth A. Long
Friday, December 27, 201348DWhat stress may be good forIan Livengood & J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
Sunday, January 22, 201283AIt needs to be fed frequentlyAdam Fromm
Monday, November 7, 201127DSomething that's fed along a streetDavid Steinberg
Monday, November 15, 201039DPoetic rhythmEmily L. Lilly
Wednesday, August 11, 201013DIt's fed at curbsideEdward Sessa
Monday, August 9, 201018ATaxi's ticker (2)David Poole
Monday, June 14, 201044AParking space adjunctMark Feldman
Sunday, January 10, 2010104DSee 118-AcrossMel Rosen
Monday, March 9, 200930DIt might go from 0 to 60 minutesBetty Keller
Monday, February 16, 200932APoetic da-DUM, da-DUM, da-DUM, e.g.David Kwong
Sunday, June 11, 2006123AAlternative to stampMaxwell H. D. Johnson Jr.
Saturday, November 5, 200539APlace for a needle (2)Patrick Berry
Tuesday, November 1, 200518AAbout 39 inchesSarah Keller
Wednesday, March 23, 200527DPoet's concern (2)Mike Shenk
Sunday, June 22, 200342DStamp alternativeJohn Duschatko
Sunday, January 5, 20033DWhat a reader may readElizabeth C. Gorski
Wednesday, August 28, 200217AWith 64-Across, a ticket issuerMel Taub
Tuesday, October 16, 200165AOlympics unitSarah Keller
Monday, June 4, 200165ATaxi tickerPatrick Jordan
Thursday, November 23, 20008DPlace for a needle (2)Louis Hildebrand
Tuesday, July 25, 200034DCabbie's counterPatrick Jordan
Wednesday, March 15, 200012DOlympics length (2)Jim Page
Saturday, August 14, 199963ACurbside sightJoe DiPietro
Monday, February 8, 19995DOlympics measureSidney L. Robbins (1909-97)
Monday, December 14, 199826DPoet's constraintRandy Sowell
Saturday, May 30, 199849DGaugeChuck Deodene
Sunday, May 24, 199897APoet's concern (2)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Sunday, May 10, 199869ASomething to readRich Silvestri
Wednesday, March 25, 19989DTaxi featureGene Newman
Wednesday, September 3, 199715ARhythmic pattern in poetryHugh Davis
Monday, June 16, 199721AParkers feed it downtownGene Newman
Monday, May 12, 199747DOlympic race unitHugh Davis
Sunday, March 9, 199748ASubject of monthly readingJune Boggs
Tuesday, October 15, 199635ATaxi's ticker (2)G. E. Paul
Monday, July 1, 199628DIt may have quarters downtownS. Spadaccini
Thursday, February 29, 199640DOlympics length (2)P. Gordon
Monday, February 5, 19964DEuropean's "yard"Robert Katz
Wednesday, February 8, 19959ABeat with feetCathy Millhauser
Sunday, January 15, 199558DThis could raise a red flagErnie Furtado
Sunday, August 21, 199476DFoot pattern?Ted Fulton

2 results for METER from Variety puzzles.

October 26, 2014diagramless56AIt might have to be fed hourlyFred Piscop
November 23, 2003diagramless50DHack's gadgetFred Piscop

119 results for METER from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Saturday, May 22, 199321DWhittier concernChristy RidleyMaleska
Tuesday, April 27, 19934DTempoJoy L. WoukMaleska
Saturday, March 13, 199326APoetic measureKevin BoyleMaleska
Tuesday, July 14, 199227DLongfellow concernWalter CovellMaleska
Wednesday, July 24, 199148DRhythm in verseGayle DeanMaleska
Friday, March 15, 199122ARhythmic patternSam Bellotto, Jr.Maleska
Sunday, February 24, 199173AType of maidArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
Wednesday, January 16, 199136AKind of maidNancy JolineMaleska
Sunday, November 18, 199037DWilbur concernEdward MarcheseMaleska
Wednesday, November 15, 19898DShutterbug's gaugeJohn GreenmanMaleska
Thursday, November 2, 198945AWord after parking or postageAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Sunday, September 24, 1989125AA concern of WhittierIrene SmullyanMaleska
Wednesday, July 12, 198960AVersifier's concernJeffrey A. MercerMaleska
Saturday, April 1, 198923ATONED DOWNErnst TheimerMaleska
Sunday, October 2, 198863AIt can be scannedJudson G. TrentMaleska
Tuesday, July 21, 198721D___ maidVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Tuesday, February 10, 198740ASomething to readSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Tuesday, July 22, 198627DPoetic rhythmChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Friday, May 23, 198665AA kind of readerWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
Wednesday, January 1, 198653DRhythmic patternJoy L. WoukMaleska
Tuesday, August 13, 198513DPoet's rhythmLauferMaleska
Sunday, July 21, 198532AEuropean yardTap OsbornMaleska
Tuesday, December 18, 198426DKind of maidLouis SabinMaleska
Monday, August 27, 198457DRhythm for Richard WilburVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Monday, March 12, 198446DRhythmJohnsonMaleska
Tuesday, January 3, 198448DRhythmMargaret W. HuskeyMaleska
Tuesday, December 6, 198348DTaxi equipmentArnold MossMaleska
Thursday, September 29, 198325DPoet's considerationMaverMaleska
Sunday, February 20, 198316DVerse formMaurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
Monday, October 25, 198217AWord with postage or parkingBob BermanMaleska
Sunday, June 20, 1982108ATake a readingTap OsbornMaleska
Tuesday, February 23, 198237DThis may run while you rideWhittenMaleska
Thursday, November 26, 198141APoet's concernC. J. AngioMaleska
Monday, July 13, 198125DMeasuring deviceMaloneyMaleska
Saturday, June 13, 198166AEuropean yardBensonMaleska
Thursday, March 12, 198148AWord with maid or manMazarakesMaleska
Monday, March 2, 198127DVerse rhythmEdward MarcheseMaleska
Friday, August 29, 198015DWhat an urban maid may watchAlbert E. LytleMaleska
Sunday, October 21, 1979140AType of maidDavid J. Pohl and John M. SamsonMaleska
Wednesday, May 16, 19797ALyricist's concernHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sunday, April 22, 1979116DTime machineNancy W. AtkinsonMaleska
Tuesday, March 27, 197941ARhythmic patternJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Sunday, December 3, 197887AAbout 39 inchesAlfio MicciMaleska
Sunday, April 23, 1978130APoet's concernBert RosenfieldMaleska
Monday, September 26, 197747DMeasuring deviceHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Wednesday, February 9, 197733DIts favorite word is "Violation"Samuel K. FliegnerWeng
Sunday, December 12, 197696DWord with kilo or centiHenry HookWeng
Saturday, August 7, 197623DGas ___Tap OsbornWeng
Sunday, June 27, 197676DParking-place fixtureA. J. SantoraWeng
Saturday, May 29, 197647DPoet's concernAllan BlackmanWeng
Wednesday, December 17, 197513DPoetic deviceWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Sunday, August 11, 197425AMeasureStafford P. OsbornWeng
Monday, April 15, 197466ASuffix for thermo or baroHelen PettigrewWeng
Thursday, June 7, 197313DSuffix for alti or chronoUnknownWeng
Saturday, January 6, 197334DUnit of lengthUnknownWeng
Sunday, October 29, 197288DPoet's concernJoseph LaFauciWeng
Thursday, March 30, 197221DRhythmUnknownWeng
Friday, March 24, 197217ARecurring rhythmUnknownWeng
Monday, March 20, 197246DRhythmUnknownWeng
Sunday, October 24, 1971129ATaxi featureJoseph LaFauciWeng
Saturday, August 28, 197161ASidewalk fixtureUnknownWeng
Tuesday, August 10, 197115APoet's concernUnknownWeng
Sunday, June 13, 197162DPoet's concernThomas W. SchierWeng
Thursday, February 11, 197139ABasement reading-materialUnknownWeng
Tuesday, October 6, 19705DGasman's reading matterUnknownWeng
Sunday, October 4, 197096DTaxi featureCornelia WarrinerWeng
Tuesday, September 1, 197046DConcern of a certain maidUnknownWeng
Sunday, March 8, 197085DTaxi partEva Pollack TaubWeng
Tuesday, July 15, 196953DMeasuring instrument.UnknownWeng
Sunday, June 1, 196992DMeasurerJack LuzzattoWeng
Monday, February 17, 196929DMeasure.UnknownWeng
Monday, September 30, 196825ARhythm.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, August 4, 1968148AVerse patternThreba JohnsonFarrar
Sunday, April 21, 196869APoet's skill.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Monday, April 8, 19683DRecording device.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, January 27, 196815DUnit of length.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, June 8, 196752DPoet's concern.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, March 15, 196717ARhythm.Jean ReedFarrar
Sunday, January 9, 196643DCabby's need.William LutwiniakFarrar
Friday, January 7, 196658A___ maid.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, April 28, 196546AGauge.UnknownFarrar
Monday, September 30, 196332DMeasuring device.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Sunday, October 21, 196277A39.37 inches.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Sunday, April 29, 1962147AMeasuring device.W. E. JonesFarrar
Tuesday, January 24, 196142ALinear unit.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, July 31, 196014DParking ___.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Wednesday, November 25, 195961AApparatus for measuring.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, June 28, 1959125DMeasuring device.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Tuesday, April 21, 195926DMeasure of length.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Monday, January 5, 195929ARhythm.Ann GerlachFarrar
Friday, December 20, 195752DRhythm in verse.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, February 20, 195735DRhythm in music.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Saturday, February 16, 195753DHack accessory.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Monday, December 3, 195628DVerse measure.Louis SabinFarrar
Sunday, October 7, 195688APoet's concern.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sunday, April 8, 195660DRecording device.Charles BaronFarrar
Sunday, March 4, 195680D39.37 inches.Marjorie ConnellyFarrar
Sunday, October 2, 1955138AGas ___.Sidney LambertFarrar
Sunday, April 10, 1955103ACab gadget.Sam LakeFarrar
Saturday, August 21, 195445DTaxi appurtenance.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Monday, June 21, 195438D39.37 inches.Samuel K. FliegnerFarrar
Thursday, June 3, 195428DFoot-pattern, in poetry.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Monday, April 19, 195432D39.37 inches.Ellsworth SmithFarrar
Saturday, August 15, 195341DA taxi specialty.Isaac KertFarrar
Wednesday, April 15, 195328DTaxi ticker.UnknownFarrar
Friday, January 16, 195327DTicker in a taxicab.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, March 20, 195267AWhat he who rides may read.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, January 6, 195217DRhythmical structure.Ethel LeStrangeFarrar
Friday, February 2, 195154AEvery taxi has one.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Thursday, October 26, 195013DTaxi driver's gadget.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, April 2, 195078DOlympic measure of distance.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Sunday, April 17, 194974AOne forty-millionth of the globe's circumference.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sunday, January 23, 194997D39.37 inches.D. G. CaywoodFarrar
Sunday, May 23, 194860A39.37 inches.Hilda E. AllenFarrar
Sunday, January 26, 1947123D39.37 inches.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, April 1, 194555DMeasuring device.Louis BaronFarrar
Sunday, July 4, 194366A39.37 inches.J. C. DoesburgFarrar
Sunday, February 14, 194399A39.37 inches.C. Hartley MillsFarrar
Sunday, September 13, 1942140A39.37 inches in the U. S.Agnes W. BartlettFarrar