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45 Results for TEAROSE

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

Sunday, August 2, 201589APinkish bloomMatt Ginsberg
Thursday, August 12, 201043DFlower named for its smellBarry Boone
Monday, August 17, 200953AChinese blossom (2)Mike Buckley
Friday, April 30, 200422DYellowish pinkKevin Hagen
Saturday, September 13, 20032DShade of pinkBrendan Emmett Quigley
Wednesday, December 12, 200127AChinese restaurant flower (2)Peter Gordon
Saturday, February 6, 199912DChinese blossom (2)Bob Klahn and Martin Ashwood-Smith
Saturday, June 1, 199636DChinese restaurant flower (2)B. Klahn
Sunday, October 22, 1995113DYellowish-pink flowerMatt Gaffney
Sunday, August 13, 199570AChinese flowerNancy Salomon
Friday, September 16, 19945DScented blossomRandolph Ross

1 result for TEAROSE from Variety puzzles.

July 27, 2003acrosticNLady Hillingdon and Safrano are two varieties of it (2 wds.)Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon

33 results for TEAROSE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Saturday, January 4, 199221AYellowish-pink hueLois SidwayMaleska
Sunday, November 20, 198836ABouquet beautyShirley SolowayMaleska
Wednesday, September 24, 198643DGarden hybridJim PageMaleska
Thursday, October 25, 198420AFragrant bloomerWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Tuesday, September 6, 198319AFlower named for its scentJohn R. ProsserMaleska
Friday, April 17, 198132AFlower native to ChinaC. J. AngioMaleska
Friday, November 28, 198021DFlower named for its scentEli WesoffMaleska
Saturday, July 22, 197836DGarden club favoriteTap OsbornMaleska
Sunday, March 19, 197882DGarden favoriteTap OsbornMaleska
Sunday, May 16, 1976100AGarden flowerWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Wednesday, August 27, 196928AYellowish-pink.UnknownWeng
Monday, June 10, 196838AGarden flower.UnknownFarrar
Monday, January 1, 196827AYellowish-pink.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, August 29, 196738AFlower.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Wednesday, December 5, 196219AGarden flower.UnknownFarrar
Monday, November 19, 196242DGarden hybrid.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, October 13, 19625DFlower.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, May 12, 196247AGarden favorite.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sunday, April 8, 196290AFlower.Roberta MorseFarrar
Tuesday, November 14, 196125AGarden flower.UnknownFarrar
Monday, April 3, 19614DBride or Bon Silène.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, August 17, 196017AYellowish-pink flower.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, April 20, 196037DFlower.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, August 26, 195917AHybrid flower.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, May 3, 195913DBon Silène is one variety.W. E. JonesFarrar
Saturday, June 7, 195810DGarden flower.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Wednesday, April 16, 195851AGarden flower.Helen BernardFarrar
Saturday, November 12, 195513AHybrid garden flower.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, July 18, 195454DYellowish-pink flower.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sunday, November 28, 194811AThe fragrant Bon Silene.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sunday, July 20, 194751AGarden flower, Bon Silène.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sunday, August 29, 194366DSpecies of flower.William SchoppFarrar
Sunday, March 14, 194366ABeverage-scented flower.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar