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150 results for BEAT

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

88DExhausted (2)Patrick Berry
63ATrounceGary Cee
35DWith 32-Down, 1950s counterculture figuresMary Lou Guizzo and Jeff Chen
12DShellacBernice Gordon
31DPatrolman's roundsJean O'Conor
94DAbout ready to dropPatrick Berry
1ABushed (3)C. W. Stewart
42APooped (5)Peter A. Collins
119ATannedPatrick Blindauer
38AWiped out (2)Bob Klahn
29ABushed (3)Caleb Madison
19DReady to turn inGary J. Whitehead
55ARecipe directionPeter A. Collins & Joe Krozel
25AExhausted (2)Billie Truitt
44ASwitchPaula Gamache
16AReady to crashBarry C. Silk
38DRhythmPaula Gamache
56DReady for the sack (2)Dave Mackey
61ACop's pathChristina Houlihan Kelly
54AWiped out (2)Joe Krozel
12DJack Kerouac or Allen GinsbergRichard Chisholm
60ATuckered out (4)Nancy Salomon
43AAll inManny Nosowsky
46DThumpByron Walden
16AOutscoreSheldon Benardo
5DRegular drummingAlison Donald
39ADancing stimulusBob Peoples
18DFlatfoot's circuitNorm Guggenbiller
19APlay, as drumsJohn Greenman
66AKerouac or BurroughsRichard Silvestri
33AOvercomeManny Nosowsky
58DReady for the sack (2)Greg Staples
34DConquerMyles Callum
5DTuckered out (4)Fred Piscop
9DKerouac, e.g.Bill Ballard
78ANewswriter's specialtyNancy Salomon
13DTuckered out (4)Gregory E. Paul
128ARock and roll prerequisiteNancy Salomon, Marjorie Richter and Kelly Clark
9DVanquishedBarbara Campitelli
51DCop's milieuGregory E. Paul
53DTuckered out (4)Gerald R. Ferguson
15ALickB. Klahn
38AThe conductor keeps itF. Longo
61DCop's routeF. Piscop
64APooped (5)J. Schmalzbach
52D____ Generation (Kerouac et al.)Jonathan Schmatzbach
35DPooped (5)Trip Payne
58DFinish ahead ofRandall J. Hartman
11DRecipe instructionFred Piscop
52DPooped (5)Richard Thomas
64APooped (5)Alfio Micci
7AWorn outBryant White
27DBushed (3)Fred Piscop

3 results for BEAT from Variety puzzles.

Jul 21, 2013diagramless44DAll tuckered outFred Piscop
Nov 21, 1999acrosticLGenre given its name by Jack KerouacEmily Cox & Henry Rathvon
Aug 22, 1999diagramless52DDog-tiredFred Piscop

94 results for BEAT from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

10ACop's milieuBonnie S. PrystowskyMaleska
61DCudgelFrances K. SchnitzerMaleska
13APulsationWilliam CanineMaleska
13DExhaustedEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
1A"___ the Devil," Bogart film (4)Jim PageMaleska
44ASurpassEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
28AHorsewhipWilliam CanineMaleska
58DTempoCharles E. GerschMaleska
17DThrashPeter SwiftMaleska
64AMusical pulseKenneth HaxtonMaleska
1DBushedRhonda KrausMaleska
10ABushedRichard SilvestriMaleska
25DTempoWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
52DLickedNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
88AOvercomeGloria EvansMaleska
23DCudgelSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
57DPulsationBert RosenfieldMaleska
24APoliceman's assigned routeJames R. BurnsMaleska
15AAssigned routeJames R. BurnsMaleska
47ADefeatDorothy SmitonickMaleska
37DTrounceGayle DeanMaleska
46DRhythmSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
112DTempoMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
25DHabitual pathPeter G. SnowMaleska
28AAll inJoel D. LafargueMaleska
52DPatrolman's routeEmory H. CainMaleska
34DThrashJohn M. SamsonMaleska
33DBelaborJeanette K. BrillMaleska
60D___ GenerationAlex F. BlackMaleska
64AOutscoreBette Sue CohenMaleska
67ACop's domainLouis SabinMaleska
45D"___ the Clock"Grace FabbroniMaleska
40AThrash or threshTap OsbornMaleska
41ARhythmJean J. DavisonMaleska
52DThrashSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
23DThrobJudson G. TrentMaleska
55ATired outA. J. SantoraMaleska
1APulseDavid A. ScullyMaleska
40DHabitual routeHerb L. RisteenMaleska
60ASurpassJeanette K. BrillMaleska
2DWhipTap OsbornWeng
40APoliceman's turfSamuel H. BarkanWeng
53DPulsateMarie WestWeng
13AHeart actionDeWitt AndersonWeng
68AThreshWilliam LutwiniakWeng
44ATempoMartha J. DeWittWeng
2DPulsateJim PageWeng
55APost–W.W. II generationUnknownWeng
65APolice roundsUnknownWeng
39DMix rapidlyUnknownWeng
63AKind of generation.UnknownWeng
18DWin: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
31ATriumph over.Cora GoodmanFarrar
35AVibrate.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
35AMusical term.UnknownFarrar
56DDrum sound.UnknownFarrar
57DBe the winner.UnknownFarrar
21DModern generation.UnknownFarrar
115DOutdo.Ralph AndersonFarrar
30ATriumph over.Thomas MeekinFarrar
114ARhythm.Herbert EttensonFarrar
57AHabitual route.UnknownFarrar
59DUnit of musical rhythm.UnknownFarrar
31ADescriptive of present generation.UnknownFarrar
17AUnit of musical rhythm.UnknownFarrar
41DHabitual route.UnknownFarrar
48DSurpass.H. L. RisteenFarrar
81A___ generation.Harold T. BersFarrar
30DMusical rhythm.Roberta MorseFarrar
10AKerouac's ___ generation.Roberta MorseFarrar
32APoliceman's itinerary.UnknownFarrar
24DPound.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
21DPatrolman's concern.Helen BernardFarrar
37DRecipe direction.Helen FasuloFarrar
22AHabitual path.UnknownFarrar
29AFlap.Ruth OliverFarrar
38APoliceman's tour-of-duty.Thomas VarnerFarrar
11DScoop, in journalism.UnknownFarrar
56DJournalistic scoop.UnknownFarrar
37DA cop pounds it.UnknownFarrar
35DPound.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
31DMark time.Thomas MeekinFarrar
58DOne’s proper range of activities.D. G. CaywoodFarrar
47DNews scoop.P. J. LamannaFarrar
117DNews scoop.Willard N. JordanFarrar