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89 results for BASES

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

30DAmmonia and lyeTom McCoy
26ALoaded things?Kevin G. Der
13DArmy localesJohn Guzzetta
63AContents of three squares in this puzzle, per an old comedy routineJacob Stulberg
10AFirst, second and third, but not fourthIan Livengood
44DRounded items?Patrick Berry
54ACover all the ___Ian Livengood
5ASubstances high on the 49-AcrossJill Denny and Jeff Chen
10DFirst, second, third and homeRobyn Weintraub
41ARunners may round themTrip Payne
13ADiamond pointsTrip Payne
28DPoints on a diamond?Randall J. Hartman
13DDiamond corners (4)Ed Early
65ACenters of operationLynn Lempel
66AThey're sometimes stolenJohn R. Conrad
121AThey might be loadedNelson Hardy
12DThey're covered on diamondsWilliam A. Ballard
22DDiamond bagsNelson Hardy
88DBags of diamondsHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
52DDiamond corners (4)Brendan Emmett Quigley
36ADiamond corners (4)Mike Shenk
50APedestals, e.g.Stephanie Spadaccini
45DDiamond corners (4)M. Gaffney
127DDiamond quartetRandolph Ross

65 results for BASES from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

64ASometimes they're loadedCharles M. DeberTaub
37ABottomsMartin FassMaleska
42AFoundationsMichael A. RampinoMaleska
58DDiamond cornersFrances HansenMaleska
69ADiamond pointsBetty JorgensenMaleska
45DFoundationsWilliam BaxleyMaleska
37AFenway foursomeJudith PerryMaleska
30ADiamond quartetEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
1AFoundationsWilson McBeathMaleska
57DFirst, second and thirdLouis BaronMaleska
94AThey're occasionally loadedHenry HookMaleska
44AFundamental principlesDarrell J. CarterMaleska
28DFirst, second and thirdLouis SabinMaleska
32DDiamond pointsSawikinMaleska
43APlinthsElio DesiderioMaleska
32AGroundsDorothea E. ShippMaleska
5DTouch all ___Martha J. DeWittWeng
50AFoundationsBill ShippWeng
26DFoundationsJean J. DavisonWeng
148AFundamentalsArnold MossWeng
60ATouch all the ___A. J. SantoraWeng
29AInfield featuresUnknownWeng
26AGuantanamo et al.UnknownWeng
42AColumn areasUnknownWeng
36AParts of a diamondUnknownWeng
33AFirst, second, etc.UnknownWeng
83DMilitary centersJack LuzzattoWeng
46DGuantanamo and others.UnknownWeng
10DBall game necessities.UnknownFarrar
70DDiamond thefts.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
1AInfield items.UnknownFarrar
29DItems often stolen.UnknownFarrar
7AMilitary installations.UnknownFarrar
97DHeadquarters.Sidney LambertFarrar
25DCenters of operation.UnknownFarrar
96AGroundworks.Herbert EttensonFarrar
1AFortified points.UnknownFarrar
44AOkinawa, Guam, etc.Sidney LambertFarrar
63ADepots.H. L. RisteenFarrar
47AThule, Pearl Harbor, etc.Roberta MorseFarrar
29DA diamond has three.Geraldine RaymentFarrar
93DDiamond corners.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
7DFirst, second, third.Sidney LambertFarrar
5DLaudable diamond thefts.UnknownFarrar
77ASacks.Marion MoeserFarrar
48DObjects of diamond larceny.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
13DMilitary depots.Isaac KertFarrar
70AMilitary necessity.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
5DThe "hot corner" and others.UnknownFarrar
1DMilitary localities.W. W. WordsworthFarrar
120DWhat a grand slam depopulates.Edward BucklerFarrar
116DStrategic strongholds.Harold T. BersFarrar
44DOur profit on fifty destroyers.Lester KeeneFarrar
89DSupply centers.Louis ShieldsFarrar
45ALocalities relied on for supplies.Harriot T. CookeFarrar
96ANaval supply depots.Alvin AshbyFarrar
43ANaval supply points.Alvin AshbyFarrar