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221 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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55DWith 2-Down, multipurposePeter A. Collins
18A“___ rise”Herre Schouwerwou
1DNothing but (5)Sam Ezersky
35ATide alternative (2)Melinda Gates and Joel Fagliano
40DWord before right or riseTom McCoy
8AWord after "be" or "end"Grant Thackray
50DWord before and after "in" (3)Alex Eylar
54AEvery last dropAlan Arbesfeld
37AThe works (10)Jules Markey
56ANothing but (5)Zhouqin Burnikel
21AAlternative to TideMatthew Sewell
55DWith 57-Down, very nearlyAndrew J. Ries
35AA to ZKameron Austin Collins and Brendan Emmett Quigley
9DThe whole enchilada (5)Herre Schouwerwou
5DEvery last bit (4)Zhouqin Burnikel
56AFirst and last word of the Musketeers' mottoTracy Gray and Jeff Chen
61DWord after a number in a scoreKeith Redwine
47ALast word of the Pledge of AllegianceJesse Eisenberg and Patrick Blindauer
8DCompletely (7)Kyle Mahowald
58DEvery last bit (4)Zhouqin Burnikel
21DThe whole ball of wax (2)David Poole
6DWord between "mine" and "mine"Alan DeLoriea
37AEverybody (5)Samuel A. Donaldson and Doug Peterson
11DThe whole enchilada (5)Robert Cirillo
63AThe whole shebang (8)Dan Schoenholz
13DNothing but (5)Kathy Matheson and Jeff Chen
6D100% (7)Paula Gamache
4DTie wordJoel Fagliano and Byron Walden
37A"___ My Children"Peter A. Collins
45AWord said with right or risePatrick Blindauer
38DTide competitor (2)Jay Kaskel and Daniel Kantor
55D"___ I'm saying is ..."Brendan Emmett Quigley
12DEverybody (5)Gene Newman
10AWith 38- and 50-Across, 1967 Beatles hitGary Cee
8DEntirely (8)Timothy Polin
38ABest effort (3)Tracy Gray
32AEveryone (5)Janet R. Bender
19AReply ___ (email option)Greg Johnson
35DComprehensivelyDavid Woolf
7DThe whole shebang (8)David Steinberg and Bernice Gordon
59DTotality (4)Mary Lou Guizzo
27DWith 25-Down, football starJules P. Markey
6DWhat a gimel means on a dreidelEvan Birnholz
6A100% (7)Todd Gross
100DApiece, at Wimbledon (2)Joel Fagliano
36D"___ done!"Steve Savoy
28APart of "snafu" (2)Jacob McDermott
7DWith 39-Down, hotJosh Knapp
30DThe whole enchilada (5)Peter Broda
40DEvery last oneAngela Olson Halsted
6DThe works (10)Susan Gelfand
32DDetergent brandDavid Ben-Merre
43AWinner's take, sometimesDan Schoenholz
43ACompletely (7)Lynn Lempel
107ANothing but (5)Patrick Berry
20ACarry-___Milo Beckman
38DPledge of Allegiance finisherPatrick Berry
38AEverything (5)Alex Boisvert
4DSee 44-Down (2)Joe Krozel
5DBest effort (3)Jeremy Newton and Tony Orbach
29AEvery last bit (4)Patrick Berry
2D___-American (3)Josh Knapp
34DEnd of some scoresSamuel A. Donaldson
9D"___ right"Parker Lewis
53AEntirely (8)Caleb Rasmussen
80A100% (7)Yaakov Bendavid
7DCompletely (7)Robyn Weintraub
22AExclusively (4)Patrick Berry
23DAmerican leader?Doug Peterson
16ANothing's opposite (2)Janice M. Putney
8DThe works (10)Joey Weissbrot, Brown University '11
99DTie indicator (5)Robert W. Harris
31D"Is that ___?" (3)Pete Muller
3DPurelyBob Klahn
72DWisk alternativeTony Orbach and Patrick Blindauer
62DEntirely (8)Lynn Lempel
24DThe works (10)John Dunn
21DTide competitor (2)Nancy Kavanaugh
42AMonopolist's portion (3)Fred Piscop
57DEach, in scoresFrank Longo
9DWithout exceptionRichard Chisholm
21DWith 50-Down, like the children in "A Visit From St. Nicholas"Byron Walden
63D100% (7)Anthony J. Salvia
5DUnilever detergentWill Nediger
36DEvery one (5)Billie Truitt
50ABeginning and end of 20-Across's mottoPatrick John Duggan
7DEvery last bit (4)Richard Silvestri
45DThe whole wide worldOliver Hill
6APart of "snafu" (2)Lee Glickstein
108DWord left off the end of the clue at 13-DownAdam G. Perl
78D___ clearPatrick Blindauer
27AWord with night or rightSeth A. Abel
68AThe whole shebang (8)Fred Piscop
32DWord before and after "in" (3)John Farmer
65ANothing's opposite (2)Paula Gamache
101DTie indicator (5)Byron Walden
55D___-American (3)Byron Walden
76ATie indicator (5)Harvey Estes
54AStart and end of the Three Musketeers' motto (2)Manny Nosowsky
48AMonopolist's portion (3)Stella Daily and Bruce Venzke
8DWord before, after — or both before and after — "in"Tony Orbach
12D___ right (2)Joe DiPietro
40DEverything (5)Randall J. Hartman
57AThe works (10)Frances Hansen (1919-2004)
7DEntirely (8)Lynn Lempel
65AEntirely (8)David J. Kahn
57ACompletely (7)Eric Berlin and Craig Kasper
45AThe whole ball of wax (2)Gregory E. Paul
64DCompletely (7)Lynn Lempel
34AMonopolist's portion (3)Kyle Mahowald
9DAccompanier of thumbs and earsPatrick Merrell
21DEveryone (5)Jay Giess
51DSee 21-Across (2)Byron Walden
35AThe whole shebang (8)Nancy Kavanaugh
36DTied, in a wayByron Walden
43A"___ Over but the Shoutin'" (book by 28-Across)Paula Gamache
42DPart of ATVDavid J. Kahn
67AThe works (10)Michael Shteyman
19ATie indicator (5)Byron Walden
17AApiece, at Wimbledon (2)Richard Silvestri
25AThe whole shebang (8)Zach Jesse
21DEverybody (5)Mike Torch
55A"Is that ___?" (3)Leonard Williams
34DThe lot (5)Richard Silvestri
9D___-nighterBrendan Emmett Quigley
62DThe whole shebang (8)Fred Piscop
32APledge of Allegiance ender (2)D. J. DeChristopher
36A___ right (2)Jim Page
31AEverything (5)Trip Payne
27DDryden's "___ for Love" (2)Manny Nosowsky
6DEverybody (5)Rich Norris
7DTie termAdam Cohen
9DApiece, in scores (2)Ed Early
89DPledge of Allegiance ender (2)Richard Silvestri
70AEvery little bitGregory E. Paul
46D100% (7)Greg Staples
20ATotallyLynn Lempel
55DEveryone (5)Michael Shteyman
21DTie indicator (5)Bob Peoples
64DSee 90-Across (2)Manny Nosowsky
61DEntirely (8)Lois Sidway
49AWith 43-Across, saneRandall J. Hartman
42ALast word in the Pledge of AllegiancePeter Gordon
24ABold competitorBob Peoples
22DTotality (4)Randall J. Hartman
10A15 ___ (tennis score)James Rogers
126AExclusively (4)Alan Arbesfeld
48DApiece, in scores (2)Ethan Cooper
4DEntirely (8)Peter Gordon
27ASee 41-Down (2)Michael Shteyman
33AThe lot (5)Richard Hughes
29A100% (7)Randall J. Hartman
49DWord in a tied scoreNancy Nicholson Joline
9DUnstinting amountDavid J. Kahn
4DWord before and after "in" (3)Bonnie S. Prystowsky
22DSet or wet precederRandy Sowell
115DThe lot (5)Richard Silvestri
4DWord before "that" or "there"Gregory E. Paul
94AThe works (10)Frances Hansen
35DThe aggregateDavid J. Kahn
10AEverybody (5)Patrick D. Berry
4DWord with set or wetMatthew Lees
1DTotality (4)Chris Sallade
16AThe works (10)Elizabeth C. Gorski
39AThe works (10)Frances Hansen
8DKit and caboodleNancy Salomon
13DWashday brandMatt Gaffney
2D"Is that ___?" (3)Arthur S. Verdesca
47AEvery last iotaHenry Hook
7DWinner's take? (2)A. J. Santora
88DPenultimate word of Warner Brothers cartoonsNancy Nicholson Joline
38DThe whole enchilada (5)Raymond Hamel
48ASolely (2)Joe DiPietro
65DSolely (2)Rich Norris
54A1-Down doubledMark Elliot Skolsky
51AEverything (5)Stephanie Spadaccini
88DThe lot (5)Richard Silvestri
59DWhole shebangElizabeth C. Gorski
2DEntirely (8)Stephanie Spadaccini
44D100% (7)Grace Fabbroni
5D"That's ___!"Rich Norris
8DCompletely (7)Chuck Deodene
12DEveryone (5)Hugh Davis
4DThe whole shootin' matchJonathan Schmalzbach
56ANothing's alternativeStephanie Spadaccini
56AEverything (5)Gregory E. Paul
2DStart (and end) of the Three Musketeers' motto (2)Peter Gordon
49ATide alternative (2)Rich Norris
2DThe whole shooting matchF. Piscop
38DThe works (10)E. C. Gorski
42DBest effort (3)R. Ross
60DWholeD. J. Kahn
2DExclusively (4)S. B. Whitten
22DThe lot (5)A. J. Santora
52AWhollyDavid J. Kahn
3DThe whole enchilada (5)Diane C. Baldwin
41DPart of A.P.B.S. Cohen
13D___foursG. R. Ferguson
30A___goneJ. S. Marrone
29DExclusively (4)M. Gaffney
27DEach and everyD. C. Baldwin
12DDryden's "___ for Love" (2)A. Micci
29AMonopolist's amountR. Hamel
28DSum total (3)S. L. Robbins
37DNothing but (5)P. Gordon
49ASum total (3)S. Robbins
5DWinner's take (2)N. Steinberg
62DPledge of Allegiance endingGregory E. Paul
37A"____ hail!"Judith Perry
4DTotality (4)Gregory E. Paul
6DThe whole shebang (8)Sidney L. Robbins
32DWhileCathy Millhauser
26AAlternative to 22 DownMichael S. Maurer
23A"The works"Frances Hansen
30DHoarder's goalBryant White
5DThe whole shebang (8)Sidney L. Robbins
29AEntiretyTrip Payne
45DCompletely (7)Wayne Robert Williams
18DAggregateCharles M. Deber
6DSum total (3)Sidney L. Robbins
12D_____-American (3)Rand H. Burns

8 results for ALL from Variety puzzles.

Jun 3, 2018panda31AA '50s detergentJoel Fagliano
Apr 12, 2015panda49AArticle 100Mel Taub
Oct 26, 2014diagramless7DThe whole shebangFred Piscop
Sep 14, 2014diagramless44AApiece, in sports scoresFred Piscop
May 12, 2013panda25AA 50-50 amount? No!Mel Taub
Nov 4, 2007panda46AThe works for shallow show-offMel Taub
Feb 18, 2001diagramless2DEverythingFred Piscop
Aug 9, 1998diagramless20DThe whole shootin' matchFred Piscop

441 results for ALL from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

40AThe worksAlbert J. KlausTaub
59AThe worksEli WesoffMaleska
35ANothing alternativeBernard MerenMaleska
36ATennis termJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
35DEvery oneBill PolvogtMaleska
16AMiller's "___ My Sons"Nancy JolineMaleska
56AThe worksEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
6DWhollyMartha J. DeWittMaleska
28DGo ___ out (hustle)Jim PageMaleska
56DEverythingJanet R. BenderMaleska
92AThe worksRobert H. WolfeMaleska
57DEntireMichael A. RampinoMaleska
22DThe whole enchiladaRobert ZimmermanMaleska
67A"___ the King's Men"Bernard MerenMaleska
5D"___ for one . . . "Peggy DevlinMaleska
7DThe worksJames L. BeattyMaleska
3DStart of Nev.'s mottoErnie FurtadoMaleska
33A"___ of Me"Peggy DevlinMaleska
39DEntireBetty JorgensenMaleska
13DTennis termCalista LuminatiMaleska
65D"___ of Me," 1931 songStanley GlassMaleska
6DEntirelyMartha J. DeWittMaleska
71ATennis termNancy Nicholson JolineMaleska
98A"Like Niobe, ___ tears": Shak.Robert H. WolfeMaleska
39AEntirelyEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
31DEveryoneMartha J. DeWittMaleska
20A"Winner takes ___"Christopher PageMaleska
1D"___ Way," 1957 hitRichard SilvestriMaleska
31AOne's companionDorothea E. ShippMaleska
40A___ thumbs (awkward)Peter SwiftMaleska
10DEverythingEdward MarcheseMaleska
3D"___ in the Family"William CanineMaleska
78AThe worksFrances HansenMaleska
55AEntireLois SidwayMaleska
32AUtterlyNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
28A"___ in the Family"Joy L. WoukMaleska
41DRoot and branchBert H. KruseMaleska
42A"___ the King's Men": WarrenArthur W. PalmerMaleska
8DEntiretyBetty JorgensenMaleska
53DWhollyRichard SilvestriMaleska
58DEverythingJeanette K. BrillMaleska
23AEntireBetty JorgensenMaleska
26AEntirelyHarold B. CountsMaleska
40A"Time wounds ___ heels"Robert O. DillmanMaleska
33ASum totalSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
45D"___ the Way," Sinatra hitBetty JorgensenMaleska
60A___ in (weary)Mary S. SnyderMaleska
42ATennis termBernard MerenMaleska
48AThe whole shebangFrances HansenMaleska
6D"___ for Love": DrydenKevin BoyleMaleska
35D___ in (tuckered out)Virginia L. YatesMaleska
17AThe worksPeter G. SnowMaleska
61A___-AmericanJesse RoarkeMaleska
2DWord with told or starRobert O. DillmanMaleska
12DThe worksFrances HansenMaleska
59AStart of a Remarque titleJune A. BoggsMaleska
27A"___ of Me," 1931 hitCharles J. MantotiMaleska
40ATennis termKay SullivanMaleska
19A"___ of Me," 1931 songRhonda KrausMaleska
31DEntireBernice GordonMaleska
10D"___ is gas and gaiters": DickensJohn GreenmanMaleska
6ASum totalSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
39ABenchley's "Of ___ Things"R. S. JonesMaleska
34DTennis termGayle DeanMaleska
32ATennis termBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
8DThe worksMartha J. DeWittMaleska
53AWord with ears, heart or thumbsRalph G. BeamanMaleska
29AThe worksGloria EvansMaleska
8DEntireH. Hastings ReddallMaleska
17ATotalityJudith PerryMaleska
63D___-AmericanErnie FurtadoMaleska
63AEntirelyTom W. UnderhillMaleska
44A" . . . ___ the Marbles," Falk filmLauferMaleska
34AThe whole shebangRichard SilvestriMaleska
53ANothing's alternateLouis BaronMaleska
1A"___ the Way," Sinatra hitJim PageMaleska
10DEvery bitLouis SabinMaleska
10DTennis termCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
32DWhollyAlbert J. KlausMaleska
40ATennis termEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
38A"___ Shook Up": Presley hitWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
110D"Give ___ to Love": EmersonJohn M. SamsonMaleska
41AQuiteWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
34AExercise: Part IIFred TooleMaleska
106AThe worksRichard SilvestriMaleska
55AKind of AmericanA. J. SantoraMaleska
104D" . . . liberty and justice for ___"Caroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
39AThe worksKathryn RighterMaleska
30ANothing butEli WesoffMaleska
39DTotalityJeanette K. BrillMaleska
57DEmerson's "Give ___ to Love"John GreenmanMaleska
58DTennis termEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
4DUltimate effortJoel D. LafargueMaleska
18AIn totoDaniel GirardiMaleska
47DKit and caboodleMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
11A___ Souls College, OxfordTroxellMaleska
2DAny whateverJim PageMaleska
7DEvery onePeter G. SnowMaleska
28D"___ the Way," 1957 hit songEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
42DEverythingKathryn RighterMaleska
49A"___ Shook Up," Presley hitMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
39AThe whole hogH. Hastings ReddallMaleska
36A100%William LutwiniakMaleska
48DSum totalJohn GreenmanMaleska
129ATennis termBert RosenfieldMaleska
8D"___ These Women," 1964 Bergman filmMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
102DWhollyJack R. Harnes, M.D.Maleska
38AThe worksHassingerMaleska
84A"Knute Rockne, ___ American"A. J. SantoraMaleska
55D___ of a pieceClavanMaleska
115DThe worksMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
23AHog's questJim PageMaleska
54AEveryJoe ClonickMaleska
85ATo a manFrances HansenMaleska
54AEntireJeanne WilsonMaleska
4DCure pursuerJohn M. SamsonMaleska
77DThe worksAnne FoxMaleska
1DEveryoneA. J. SantoraMaleska
39DTennis termJames R. BurnsMaleska
7D"___ the Way," 1957 songJeanne WilsonMaleska
10AEveryoneNancy McCarthyMaleska
38A"___ the Marbles," Falk filmAlbert L. MisenkoMaleska
16D"The works"Joel D. LafargueMaleska
57DRoot and branchNikki TenfeldeMaleska
63D" . . . justice for ___"William E. HeinemannMaleska
30A"___ the Way," 1957 songAlan ArbesfeldMaleska
36ATennis term for "tied"Eli WesoffMaleska
32ABe or end followerCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
23ATotality; wholeChristy RidleyMaleska
30AEverybodyN. M. MeyerMaleska
20A"___ the Way," 1957 songDowdallMaleska
42D"The works"Jim ModneyMaleska
102DKit and caboodleElaine D. SchorrMaleska
1D"Time wounds ___ heels"Robert KatzMaleska
36D"___ a green willow . . . "Mary Virginia OrnaMaleska
7DNothing's partnerMartha J. DeWittMaleska
41AHog's wantTap OsbornMaleska
72DTennis termNancy A. WoodMaleska
62D"___ That Jazz"Vincent L. OsborneMaleska
28DMosel's "___ the Way Home"Peter SwiftMaleska
37AThree Musketeers' wordEd SteinMaleska
62DWarren's "___ the King's Men"Carol DuttingMaleska
25AMiller's "___ My Sons"Elaine D. SchorrMaleska
47A"___ Alone"Ann JenkinsMaleska
43AEntireRobert KatzMaleska
33AEveryoneGrace FabbroniMaleska
49DPart of A-O.K.RaeMaleska
55D"___ the Way," 1957 songJoy L. WoukMaleska
117D"___ in the Family"Michael PriestleyMaleska
25DWhat a hog wantsSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
44AStart of the Musketeers' sloganHenry HookMaleska
107DKit and caboodleDavid J. Pohl and John M. SamsonMaleska
15DEveryAnne FoxMaleska
27AWith 55 Across, candidate for the N.F.L.Herb L. RisteenMaleska
122DKit and caboodleAnthony B. CanningMaleska
38A"Like Niobe, ___ tears": HamletWhitworthMaleska
39DWithout exceptionWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
8D___-AmericanTap OsbornMaleska
20AThe worksJean J. DavisonMaleska
7DWord with star or proEli WesoffMaleska
55AThe whole ball of waxHal R. HollingerMaleska
5DEveryoneDorothea E. ShippMaleska
122DHog's desireElaine D. SchorrMaleska
47AStart of the Three Musketeers' mottoMeltzerMaleska
59DKit and caboodleJordan S. LasherMaleska
5D"And ___ our yesterdays . . . ": MacbethJack LuzzattoMaleska
35A"Stay Alive ___ Your Life": PealeHerb L. RisteenMaleska
7D"You're ___ I Need" (old song)Ann JenkinsMaleska
52AThe whole hogJordan S. LasherMaleska
144ATennis termMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
79ACourt wordMaria G. RiceMaleska
34DNothing's antithesisJordan S. LasherMaleska
4DEveryoneLouis C. Mandes Jr.Maleska
104A"The works"Alfio MicciMaleska
7DThe worksWilsonWeng
32DWithout exceptionMargery BernsteinWeng
92ALion's shareThreba JohnsonWeng
13D"It's ___ in the game"Reginald L. JohnsonWeng
7DStill and ___SinnreichWeng
22D"___ of Me"Harriet Gilson RosenbergWeng
38A___ star gameAllan BlackmanWeng
34D"One for ___"Frank FryWeng
6DCompletelyRaymond F. EisnerWeng
8DEverythingWilliam LutwiniakWeng
21AEveryLouis SabinWeng
32D"It's ___ in the game"Hugh P. HollandWeng
7DEvery bitJean ReedWeng
6D___ in the gameGeorge RaventosWeng
1D“I’m so ___ alone . . . ”Evelyn BenshoofWeng
3DOne and ___J. A. FelkerWeng
84A___ foursHerb RisteenWeng
30AThose summoned aboardGeorge LaczkoWeng
39AAbove ___ (primarily)Joseph McLaughlinWeng
85D___ wetThreba JohnsonWeng
4D___ and sundryJim PageWeng
20A"___ aboard!"James A. BrusselWeng
8D"I'm so ___ alone"Sidney L. RobbinsWeng
45ALion's shareG. Gordon CookWeng
39A___ foursHerb L. RisteenWeng
48DThe worksWilliam LutwiniakWeng
20ALock, stock and barrelMary DormanWeng
44A"___ aboard!"Gene StoneWeng
28AEverybodyElmer ToroWeng
8DThe worksUnknownWeng
37ALove's conquestUnknownWeng
35A___ or nothingMel RosenWeng
6DWinner take ___UnknownWeng
34D"___ is lost"UnknownWeng
41A"___ the king's horses"UnknownWeng
4D"___ that glisters . . . "UnknownWeng
8D___ to the goodUnknownWeng
22AWinner's take, at timesUnknownWeng
8D“___ is lost”UnknownWeng
42A"___ aboard!"UnknownWeng
70DLion's shareHerbert EttensonWeng
62AThe worksWilliam LutwiniakWeng
63DCompletelyDan GirardiWeng
6DThe worksUnknownWeng
6A___ to the goodUnknownWeng
40D___ to the goodUnknownWeng
55D"___ is forgiven"UnknownWeng
16DThe worksUnknownWeng
47D___ to the goodUnknownWeng
36A"___ aboard!"UnknownWeng
9D"___ Alone"Elmer ToroWeng
1A___ or nothingBarbara LewisWeng
5DInclusive wordUnknownWeng
7DOne and ___UnknownWeng
89AThe worksWilliam LutwiniakWeng
50A___ aboardUnknownWeng
114A___ for oneHerbert EttensonWeng
40AGive one's ___.UnknownWeng
40ALion's share.UnknownWeng
75DWord with out or aboardEmanuel BergWeng
41AGames in a sweep.UnknownWeng
45A"___ Alone."UnknownWeng
11DWord for a tie, in tennis.UnknownWeng
8DThat's ___.UnknownWeng
26DOne's companion.UnknownWeng
25AStill and ___.UnknownWeng
47A___ clear.UnknownWeng
8D"Merry Christmas to ___ . . . "UnknownFarrar
1DWithout exception.UnknownFarrar
67DEntireWill WengFarrar
4DOne's partner.UnknownFarrar
8DThe works.UnknownFarrar
30AOne's partner.William LutwiniakFarrar
39A___ told.UnknownFarrar
7DOnce and for ___.UnknownFarrar
7DPartner of one.S. A. KayFarrar
80DNothing but.Jean ReedFarrar
56DPartner of one.William LutwiniakFarrar
53AWithout exception.George LaczkoFarrar
78DQuite.Barbara GolubFarrar
44DEvery bit.UnknownFarrar
7DThe whole affair.UnknownFarrar
7A"___ dressed up . . . "UnknownFarrar
39AWithout exception.UnknownFarrar
12DEveryone.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
41DCompletely.A. J. SantoraFarrar
36A"___ the king's horses . . . "Will WengFarrar
78ANothing but.Christine R. ValenceFarrar
35APartner of one.UnknownFarrar
34ANothing but.Sidney LambertFarrar
51AThirty ___.W. E. JonesFarrar
5DFifteen ___.UnknownFarrar
61AQuite.Christine ValenceFarrar
66DFifteen ___.UnknownFarrar
49D"___ for Love."Anne FoxFarrar
29DEach and every.UnknownFarrar
13DQuite.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
85A100 per cent.A. J. SantoraFarrar
102DWithout exception.Anthony MorseFarrar
6DPartner of 37 Across.UnknownFarrar
41A___ aboard!UnknownFarrar
47DPartner of good.UnknownFarrar
37A100 per cent.Helen FasuloFarrar
102ACompletely.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
5DEntire company.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
63A___ in the day's work.Anthony MorseFarrar
8D___ hands.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
42DTennis term.Hume CraftFarrar
66AAny whatever.Kim RichmanFarrar
33DYou ___.William WengFarrar
50A___ of (fully).Joseph LaFauciFarrar
8DNothing but.UnknownFarrar
6D___ aboard.UnknownFarrar
14DQuite.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
10DCompletely.Louis SabinFarrar
15DAny whatever.E. R. GalliFarrar
25AEvery member.Lois HillisFarrar
56AGreatest possible.Manny MillerFarrar
3DAny whatever.S. A. KayFarrar
108DQuite.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
36A100 percent.UnknownFarrar
51AEach and every.UnknownFarrar
28A___ told.Louise EarnestFarrar
46D"This above ___ . . . "UnknownFarrar
35D___ clear.UnknownFarrar
54AOf ___ things!UnknownFarrar
16D___ fours.Thomas MeekinFarrar
48DWithout exception.UnknownFarrar
46AOne's worldly assets.UnknownFarrar
62DOne and ___.UnknownFarrar
6DBy ___ means.UnknownFarrar
43A___ aboard.UnknownFarrar
66DHomonym of awl.Harold T. BersFarrar
80D"___ aboard!"Jack LuzzattoFarrar
63AWithout exception.Anthony MorseFarrar
37A___ but (nearly).UnknownFarrar
27A"___ for Love."Thomas MeekinFarrar
49DThe whole affair.Elizabeth WilliamsFarrar
39AExclusively.Helen SmathersFarrar
101AThe aggregate.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
32ASolely.S. A. KayFarrar
23AThe lion's share.Sidney LambertFarrar
102ARoot-and-branch.Jules ArensbergFarrar
30AExclusively.S. A. KayFarrar
57DEvery bit.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
77D___ but (nearly).Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
38AThe works.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
39ANothing but.UnknownFarrar
46AComplete.Sidney LambertFarrar
28AQuite.S. A. KayFarrar
60ANothing but.Mel TaubFarrar
55D___ aboard!Thomas MeekinFarrar
25AQuite.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
57DThe ensemble.Harold T. BersFarrar
35AEach and every.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
76DQuite.C. Hume CraftFarrar
19AAny whatever.UnknownFarrar
40A___ told.Walt ClarkFarrar
59DThe whole lot.J. F. KellyFarrar
51AEveryone.Cora GoodmanFarrar
40AApiece.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
8DNothing but.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
24ACompletely.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
9D___ fours.Stephen BarrFarrar
39DEverything.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
98A___ along.Bernice GordonFarrar
7D___ told.S. A. KayFarrar
135AUtmost effort: Colloq.Charles E. GerschFarrar
37DOne’s entire assets.Helen FasuloFarrar
34DEntirety.Jo BodleFarrar
21ARoot and branch.UnknownFarrar
121A100%.Herbert EttensonFarrar
9DQuite.H. L. RisteenFarrar
6D___ hail.Isaac KertFarrar
57D___ but (nearly).Charles E. GerschFarrar
63DApiece, on the court.Morton B. BraunFarrar
10DEvery bit.UnknownFarrar
33AAny whatever.UnknownFarrar
43DWithout exception.UnknownFarrar
17D___ fours.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
88AApiece, in tennis.Natalie HankemeyerFarrar
115DThirty ___.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
33DApiece, in tennis.Thomas MeekinFarrar
8D___ in.Mel TaubFarrar
8DNothing but.Sidney LambertFarrar
37AApiece, in tennis.Herbert EttensonFarrar
111A100%.Herbert EttensonFarrar
20AQuite.Edward EarlyFarrar
4DNothing but.Sidney LambertFarrar
15DPart of a tennis score.Bernice B. AmronFarrar
54AEvery Tom, Dick, and Harry.Thomas MeekinFarrar
2DQuite.Thomas MeekinFarrar
4DThe greatest possible.Dorothy E. SmithFarrar
8DEntirely.Marion MoeserFarrar
34AApiece, as in tennis.Israel GitterFarrar
73AApiece, in tennis.W. E. JonesFarrar
59DTotal.Harriette MoskowitzFarrar
60DThe whole affair.UnknownFarrar
83AThe whole hog.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
69AYou ___.Thomas MeekinFarrar
22AA clean sweep.Roberta MorseFarrar
49AOpposite of nothing.Edward BucklerFarrar
32AOne's whole interest.UnknownFarrar
40DWord used after pronouns in the South.UnknownFarrar
60AFree for ___.Alice CookFarrar
5D"___ the Things You Are."UnknownFarrar
8DThe aggregate.UnknownFarrar
41A___ American.UnknownFarrar
3DAny whatever.J. F. KellyFarrar
7DApiece, in tennis.UnknownFarrar
8D___ the King's Men.UnknownFarrar
17DTutti.Harold T. BersFarrar
61AWithout exception.S. A. KayFarrar
10A"And ___ through the house . . . "UnknownFarrar
36AEverything.Willard N. JordanFarrar
29AComplete.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
120DEveryone.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
32AWholly.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
40A"___ Men Are Brothers."Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
93AUtmost.S. K. FliegnerFarrar
25A___ American.Thomas MeekinFarrar
69ATotal.George W. FrankFarrar
59AAny whatever.P. J. LamannaFarrar
4D___ hands.P. J. LamannaFarrar
17DEverything.Archie KreilingFarrar
31APerfect.Harold T. BersFarrar
52DTotal.Charles CrossFarrar
5DEverybody.Charles CrossFarrar
130AEverything.Bert StoreyFarrar
90AThe whole.Waldo RansonFarrar
58ATotality.James E. KisnerFarrar
28AEverybody.J. C. DoesburgFarrar
17DAny whatever.William SchoppFarrar
98AEntirely.P. Joseph LamannaFarrar
61D"Or shear swine, ___ cry and no wool."—Butler.Herbert EttensonFarrar
45AEntirely.Charles Merz and Arthur Hays SulzbergerFarrar
70AEach one of.A. A. WebsterFarrar
63A"Love ___, trust a few."—Taming of the Shrew.Charles CrossFarrar