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AXIOM is a legal Scrabble word. See a dictionary definition for AXIOM.

83 total results for AXIOM   ( score: 50 )

41 results for AXIOM from Shortz Era puzzles:
Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
Thu Aug 31, 202311DFundamental math assumptionFreddie Cheng
Sun Jan 1, 202365A"An empty set exists," e.g.Adam Wagner, Michael Lieberman and Rafael Musa
Sat Dec 17, 202235AIt goes without saying (2)Christina Iverson and Tom Pepper
Tue Aug 23, 202227D"Practice makes perfect" or "Haste makes waste"Trey Mendez
Tue Jul 6, 202136ASelf-evident truth (6)Katie Hale
Wed Jun 12, 201948ASelf-evident truth (6)Nancy Stark and Will Nediger
Sat Sep 15, 201816Ax + 0 = x, e.g.David Liben-Nowell
Sun Jun 24, 201845A"Don't bite the hand that feeds you," e.g.Timothy Polin
Tue Feb 27, 201857ASelf-evident truth (6)Ross Trudeau
Tue Feb 6, 201815AIf a > b and b > c, then a > c, e.g. (2)Bruce Haight
Mon Apr 18, 201627DUniversal truthJanice Luttrell
Mon Jun 8, 201515AAdage (2)Peter A. Collins
Sat Feb 21, 201516ASaw (2)Doug Peterson and Brad Wilber
Thu Jan 8, 201548DStart of a mathematical proofJacob Stulberg
Sun Aug 24, 2014112AGiven (3)Patrick Berry
Sun May 19, 201319AFundamental truthJean O'Conor
Fri Jun 29, 201249DSelf-evident propositionPatrick Berry
Sun Apr 17, 201183DIt's assumedMatt Ginsberg
Wed Apr 13, 20117DTruism (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Jan 3, 201022A"Power corrupts," e.g.Jeremy Newton
Sun May 31, 2009114AGiven (3)Kelsey Blakley
Wed Jan 14, 20098D"Lost time is never found again," e.g.Oliver Hill
Sun May 20, 200722ASaw (2)Seth A. Abel
Wed Aug 30, 200613DGiven (3)Kyle Mahowald
Tue Apr 27, 200441DSelf-evident truth (6)Janet R. Bender
Mon Mar 29, 200431ASelf-evident truth (6)Barry Silk
Sun Nov 23, 2003106DBasic assumptionLeonard Williams
Sun Mar 31, 200237DPrincipleLynn Lempel
Wed Jan 10, 200162ASelf-evident truth (6)Richard Silvestri
Sun Feb 20, 2000137A"Crime does not pay," e.g.Trip Payne
Mon Dec 6, 19997DIt's a givenGregory E. Paul
Wed Apr 15, 199867AIt goes without saying (2)Michael S. Maurer
Wed Mar 25, 199850AAccepted ruleGene Newman
Sun Jun 22, 1997103AIf A = B and B = C, then A = C, e.g. (2)Matt Gaffney
Sun May 4, 199711DWords to live byManny Nosowsky
Mon Mar 31, 19978DAdage (2)Janet R. Bender
Wed Apr 24, 199630AYou can believe it (2)G. Dean
Mon Sep 18, 199527DYou can believe it (2)Alan Arbesfeld
Fri Aug 4, 199531DAccepted statementChuck Deodene
Tue May 24, 199419ATruism (2)Arthur S. Ash
Fri Apr 15, 199467ALogical starting pointCathy Millhauser
2 results for AXIOM from Variety puzzles:
Feb 2, 2003Diagramless44ASelf-evident truthDave Tuller
Apr 5, 1998Diagramless2DSelf-evident truthFrank Longo
40 results for AXIOM from pre-Shortz puzzles:
Sun Jan 24, 198877DSawMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Fri Oct 2, 19873DPostulateEli WesoffMaleska
Mon Sep 8, 198641ABasic truthWhittenMaleska
Tue Sep 2, 198650DMaximMelvin KenworthyMaleska
Thu Aug 7, 198648DEstablished principleLois SidwayMaleska
Sun Mar 23, 198645A"Time flies," e.g.Mary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Fri Sep 16, 198315APostulateClavanMaleska
Tue Jun 14, 19836DPostulateSawikinMaleska
Sun Feb 14, 198220ASawWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Wed May 27, 198146DPostulateSawikinMaleska
Thu Jul 10, 198018ASelf-evident truthC. J. AngioMaleska
Sun Nov 25, 197938DTruismAlex F. BlackMaleska
Tue Oct 26, 197644DSelf-evident truthMarstonWeng
Fri May 30, 197513AFact needing no proofRemleyWeng
Thu Feb 27, 197553DBasic factS. Courtney IzsakWeng
Sun Feb 16, 197569DObvious factStanley GlassWeng
Sun Jan 2, 197231DPrincipleFrances HansenWeng
Mon Apr 5, 197152DSelf-evident truthUnknownWeng
Mon Nov 16, 197015ARule needing no proofUnknownWeng
Sun Jul 5, 197058AProverbNancy SchusterWeng
Fri Dec 13, 19682DAccepted truth.UnknownFarrar
Fri Feb 10, 196716ARecognized principle.Manny MillerFarrar
Wed Oct 26, 196610DSelf-evident statement.UnknownFarrar
Fri May 22, 196466APrecept.UnknownFarrar
Fri Apr 3, 196438AEstablished principle.Louise EarnestFarrar
Tue Dec 31, 196327DStatement of truth.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jul 1, 196367ASaying.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jun 18, 196215AMaxim.Joseph CrowellFarrar
Wed Apr 18, 196261ASaw.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Sun Sep 17, 19617DTruism.W. E. JonesFarrar
Wed Oct 12, 196011DSelf-evident truth.UnknownFarrar
Thu Apr 21, 196053DPithy saying.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 1, 195991DSelf-evident proposition.Charles GerschFarrar
Sun Jul 12, 195948DTruism.W. E. JonesFarrar
Thu Oct 9, 195814ATruism.Samuel K. FliegnerFarrar
Mon Oct 28, 195715APostulate.UnknownFarrar
Thu Oct 28, 195418AByword.Roberta MorseFarrar
Fri Oct 16, 195345ATruism.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Jan 6, 1952106DMaxim.Ethel LeStrangeFarrar
Tue Jun 26, 195128D"A straight line is the shortest distance between two points," for instance.UnknownFarrar
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