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140 results for CLEAR

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Fri Oct 5, 201843DIntelligibleRobyn Weintraub
Sun May 6, 2018104DNice forecastBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Jul 9, 201712DNot nebulousWill Nediger
Tue Oct 25, 201621ACloudless (9)John E. Bennett
Tue Mar 15, 201645ALike mud, in an idiomGordon Johnson
Mon Aug 24, 201551DCloudless (9)Lynn Lempel
Thu Apr 23, 201532AE.M.T.'s cryDavid Steinberg and Bruce Leban
Fri Jan 2, 20154DCalculator buttonDavid Steinberg
Tue Jan 28, 201445AE.M.T.'s cry before using a defibrillatorJeff Stillman
Wed Jul 3, 201321DLike crystalPamela Klawitter
Thu Jan 10, 201355AEraseKevan Choset
Fri Nov 2, 201221DLike a bellDerek Bowman
Sun Apr 22, 201298ACloudless (9)Paula Gamache and Ed Stein
Mon Nov 15, 201056ACloudless (9)Emily L. Lilly
Sat Oct 2, 201024ALike good explanationsBarry C. Silk
Tue Aug 24, 201062ATransparent (3)Caleb Madison and J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
Tue Jun 29, 201024ANetPeter A. Collins
Wed Jun 9, 20108DCloudless (9)Gary Whitehead
Mon Jan 25, 201052DEasy to understandHolden Baker
Mon Nov 16, 200928DCloudless (9)James Mulhern and Ashton Anderson
Wed Sep 9, 20093DFind innocentRichard Chisholm
Tue Apr 28, 200929D___ as a bellMatt Ginsberg
Thu Dec 4, 200863AWith 64-Across, words that can precede the starts of 18-, 31-, 38- and 55-AcrossBarry C. Silk
Wed Oct 8, 200855DWord that may go before 42-AcrossPeter A. Collins
Wed Apr 16, 200833AWelcome forecastEdward Sessa
Wed May 23, 200766ANot pimplyBruce Venzke and Stella Daily
Mon Jan 22, 20077DCloudless (9)C. W. Stewart
Wed Jul 6, 20053DFree from confusionRaymond Hamel
Sat Feb 19, 200526AMicrowave buttonBrad Wilber
Wed Aug 6, 200363AUncloggedJay Livingston
Thu Mar 20, 200349DBrighten upManny Nosowsky
Fri Nov 15, 200229DUnmistakableBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sat Oct 19, 200227ALike a good day for a picnicDonald E. West
Wed Nov 15, 200067ACloudless (9)Chuck Deodene
Tue Oct 3, 20007D"C" on a calculatorTodd McClary
Wed Sep 20, 200054DUnderstandableEdgar R. Fontaine
Tue Jul 6, 199962AExonerate (3)Arthur P. Stoliar
Mon Jun 28, 199943ACloudless (9)Ed Early
Tue Apr 13, 199930ATransparent (3)Fred Piscop
Sat May 30, 199848DDefibrillator's yellChuck Deodene
Mon Apr 27, 199860ARemove dishes fromGregory E. Paul
Mon Apr 20, 19981DExonerate (3)John D. Leavy
Mon Feb 23, 199842AUncloudedMark Danna
Wed Jan 21, 19985ATake home, after taxesElizabeth C. Gorski
Sat Mar 22, 199767AFairRich Norris
Sun May 19, 199615DRemove trees fromC.M. Deber
Sun Jan 28, 199624AWeather forecastM. W. Perry
Wed May 31, 19955ATransparent (3)Jonathan Schmatzbach
Mon Apr 24, 199514AUnobstructedSidney L. Robbins
Sun Jan 1, 1995134ASans smogHenry Hook
Wed Nov 23, 199462ARemoveSusan Smith
Wed Apr 27, 199430DExonerate (3)Rich Norris

1 result for CLEAR from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Mar 8, 2009diagramless24AUnderstandableMike Nothnagel

87 results for CLEAR from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Tue Apr 20, 199312DUncloudedJanet R. BenderMaleska
Sat Aug 8, 199225A"On a ___ Day"Eileen LexauMaleska
Sun May 31, 1992138AExonerateEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue Feb 18, 199267AErasePeggy DevlinMaleska
Fri Nov 29, 199118DDistinctEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sun Jul 21, 199121APlainVirginia YatesMaleska
Tue Jan 15, 199164ACloudlessAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Tue Sep 4, 199028DObviousFred TooleMaleska
Mon Sep 3, 199057AMake as profitPeter SwiftMaleska
Wed Apr 18, 199031DUnobstructedBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sun Aug 20, 198990ALimpidEdward MarcheseMaleska
Mon Feb 6, 198927DTransparentAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Wed Oct 26, 198829DNetBernice GordonMaleska
Tue Oct 25, 198844APellucidChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Sun Nov 1, 198753DNetBrett A. BlaylockMaleska
Sun Jun 21, 198797DCrystallineLouis BaronMaleska
Tue Jun 11, 198515ANetJames R. BurnsMaleska
Wed Mar 20, 198547AObviousLois SidwayMaleska
Tue Feb 7, 198460ATransparentVirginia P. AbelsonMaleska
Tue Oct 19, 198240AUnderstandableWhittenMaleska
Sun Aug 9, 198118ALike Lerner's "Day"Herb L. RisteenMaleska
Tue Jul 28, 19819DPass quarantineHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Wed Jan 7, 19814DFar from foggyJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sun Jan 13, 1980110DNet, in businessTap OsbornMaleska
Tue Dec 25, 197930DWeather forecastC. J. AngioMaleska
Sun Jul 22, 197934DWeather forecastAlfio MicciMaleska
Thu Jun 21, 197941AWeather wordKathryn RighterMaleska
Wed Apr 4, 19791DUnderstandableJean J. DavisonMaleska
Thu Mar 22, 19795AGet rid of encumbrancesDana GrossMaleska
Wed Nov 16, 197748DExonerateJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Tue Aug 9, 197734ANot hazy or mistyJim PageMaleska
Tue Mar 29, 197730DLimpidHarriet Gilson RosenbergMaleska
Sun Feb 22, 1976102DIntelligibleTap OsbornWeng
Mon Jan 20, 197530DNetBen FinnWeng
Sat Jan 4, 197548ALimpidEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Tue Jul 30, 197414DWeather forecastGeorge LaczkoWeng
Sat May 25, 197411DAudibleBert BeamanWeng
Sun Sep 23, 197391AWeather wordWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Tue Oct 17, 197233DNetUnknownWeng
Thu Feb 17, 197234AEvidentUnknownWeng
Wed Nov 25, 19708DEvidentUnknownWeng
Sat Jun 20, 197015AWeather wordLouise EarnestWeng
Wed Jul 16, 19695AAuthorize.UnknownWeng
Sun Jan 26, 196939DUncloudedWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Sun Jul 14, 196899ANot in codeJack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun May 12, 1968157AOne kind of day.Arnold MossFarrar
Fri Mar 31, 196725APellucid.George LaczkoFarrar
Sat Sep 24, 196651AOpen.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jul 5, 1964123ALimpid.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Feb 23, 196456AFree's partner.Sidney LambertFarrar
Tue Feb 4, 196435DWeather forecast.Helen FasuloFarrar
Sun Sep 8, 196390ALucid.W. E. JonesFarrar
Mon Jun 24, 196348DWeather word.UnknownFarrar
Sat Apr 27, 19635ABright.UnknownFarrar
Thu Apr 18, 196320AWeather term.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 9, 196282DLimpid.Barbara L. GolubFarrar
Sun Sep 9, 196287AUnclouded.Sidney LambertFarrar
Thu Jul 19, 196232DWeather forecast.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jun 23, 19617DWeather forecast.UnknownFarrar
Tue May 2, 19614DUnderstandable.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 5, 196045DProve innocent.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 27, 196027DWeather forecast.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 3, 196018DObvious.Tom MixonFarrar
Sun Mar 20, 196085ABright.W. E. JonesFarrar
Wed Feb 24, 196045AEvident.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jan 21, 19609AExculpate.UnknownFarrar
Sun Feb 1, 19592DDeforest.Harold T. BersFarrar
Mon Sep 30, 19576DWeather forecast.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jul 8, 195731DPositive.Geraldine KingFarrar
Mon Apr 15, 195761APlain.Roberta MorseFarrar
Sat Sep 8, 195614DDistinct.Diana SessionsFarrar
Sun Jun 24, 195649APellucid.W. E. JonesFarrar
Fri Jun 15, 195624ACheerful weather report.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Wed Jan 11, 195631ANet.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Tue Jan 19, 195450DNo smog, no smaze, no smurk.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Feb 26, 195325DVindicate.George HendersonFarrar
Mon Oct 20, 195224DWeather prediction.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 5, 195145AJump over.Samuel K. FliegnerFarrar
Sat Apr 28, 195159ABright and shining.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jan 26, 195137ALucid.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 14, 194863DEasily heard.Clara RusheFarrar
Sun Feb 22, 194883APropitious weather for traveling.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Mar 9, 194789DBlue skies.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Feb 18, 194580DCape off S. coast of Ireland.Art SylvesterFarrar
Sun Jan 21, 194584ADisentangle.L. K. PetersFarrar
Sun May 17, 194248D"The coast was ___."—Drayton.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Mar 29, 1942116D"As ___ as a whistle"—Byron.Alvin AshbyFarrar