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135 results for DEAD

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

DateGridClueAuthor
53DOut of juice (4)David Steinberg
12DHaving a battery that's out of juiceAndy Kravis and Erik Agard
123APlaying ___Priscilla Clark and Jeff Chen
27DInoperativeGreg Poulos
12DAt 0% batteryErik Agard and Paolo Pasco
15DOut of juice (4)David Steinberg
80DNo fun, as a partyOlivia Mitra Framke
16AOpposite of hopping, as a partyJohn Westwig
32AOut of juice, as a batteryPeter A. Collins
57DNo longer working (2)David Steinberg
50DLike a dull partyPatrick Berry
8ANo longer under consideration (3)David Steinberg
10DNo longer working (2)Tracy Bennett
27DOut of juice (4)Evan Birnholz
41AUnderattended, sayPatrick Berry
66ALike some batteries (2)Dan Schoenholz
12DOut of electricityAndrew Reynolds
41DUtterly exhausted (2)Patrick Berry
19DUtterly exhausted (2)Lynn Lempel
73AIn need of rechargingMichael Black
68ATotally not happeningPete Mitchell
128ANo longer carrying currentKaren Young Bonin
25DNo moreDavid J. Kahn
39DGone to gloryEd Sessa
76DVery, very tiredRandolph Ross
62AAbsolutelyRichard Silvestri
67A___ as a doornailMatt Ginsberg
27DDefunctRichard Chisholm
49DLike some batteries (2)Peter A. Collins
34AConked out for goodLarry Shearer
43ANo longer under consideration (3)Natan Last
22AObsolete (2)David Quarfoot
69ALifelessLynn Lempel
44AKaputKyle Mahowald
19AWord with heat or meatTrip Payne
27AObsolete (2)Patrick Merrell
63DNo longer under consideration (3)Elizabeth C. Gorski
66APractically devoid of customersSeth A. Abel
55DDone forManny Nosowsky
7DWithout juice, as an electrical wireBarry Silk
37DWanted-poster optionBarry Silk
36DBo-o-o-o-ringSheldon Benardo
49AWithout bounceRichard Silvestri
32AExtinguishedRich Norris
25DNot workingRich Norris
73ALike Latin, todayBrendan Emmett Quigley
55DNot working, as a battery (2)Peter Gordon
53DLacking oomphElizabeth C. Gorski
50DLike some phonesRandolph Ross
63DConked outRandolph Ross
21DPoopedRaymond Hamel
9DOut of juice (4)Ernie Furtado
19DExhaustedRich Norris
11DConked out, as a batteryKenneth Witte
25D_____ ringerRichard Hughes
37DUnusableWayne Robert Williams
43ANot working, as a battery (2)Robert R. Zimmerman

1 result for DEAD from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Feb 26, 2012acrosticASleeping with the fishesEmily Cox & Henry Rathvon

77 results for DEAD from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
51DKind of ringerJudith PerryMaleska
66A"___ Reckoning," Bogart film (4)Jim PageMaleska
34AGogol's "___ Souls"Michael PriestleyMaleska
12DAbsolutelyEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
119AThe Grateful ___ of rockErnie FurtadoMaleska
2D___ reckoningLois SidwayMaleska
28DJames Joyce's "The ___"Nancy Scandrett RossMaleska
52DThe Grateful ___ (rock group)Kenneth WitteMaleska
71AFearing's "___ Reckoning"Frances HansenMaleska
57AA seaChristopher SherwoodMaleska
60AAnother kind of duckElaine GeorgeMaleska
35DKind of end or heatGloria EvansMaleska
45A"___ Souls": GogolJune A. BoggsMaleska
86DRock's The Grateful ___Bert RosenfieldMaleska
59DLike MarleyLois SidwayMaleska
67AGogol's "___ Souls"R. S. JonesMaleska
21D___ Sea (part of Jordan's boundary)George MadridMaleska
38DFearing's "___ Reckoning"Peter G. SnowMaleska
11DWord with pan or lockWilliam CanineMaleska
107AKind of heatFrances HansenMaleska
7D___-letter officeFrank GearyMaleska
26DThe Grateful ___, rock groupYoungMaleska
79AKing of reckoningA. J. SantoraMaleska
98DThe Grateful ___, rock groupRichard SilvestriMaleska
46AWord before beat or heatBradshawMaleska
24A"___ Souls," Gogol novelArthur M. WhelanMaleska
13DLike Gogol's soulsArnold MossMaleska
25AGogol's "___ Souls"Catherine BenanteMaleska
7DWord with beat or heatMaduraMaleska
54DWord with line or lockWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
57D"The Walking ___," 1936 horror filmRussellMaleska
17ALike Main Street at 3:00 A.M.Robert W. SturgesMaleska
36DChristie's "___ Man's Mirror"Kenneth HaxtonMaleska
40AKind of duckBert BeamanMaleska
30AKind of line or lockAnn JenkinsMaleska
71A"Drop ___!"Lita M. ElversWeng
26DKind of duckJohn PrytzWeng
121DDefunctMaura B. JacobsonWeng
63D___ Sea scrollsStanley GlassWeng
26DSea or duckHugh McElroyWeng
13DKind of letter or issueMartha J. DeWittWeng
58DKind of issueRaymond F. EisnerWeng
54DBeat or panWilliam E. HeinemannWeng
62ASea or duckTanaquil Le ClercqWeng
41DKind of duck or letterUnknownWeng
69A___ heatUnknownWeng
43ASea near JerusalemUnknownWeng
35AWord with center or letterUnknownWeng
52DOut of play, as a ballUnknownWeng
68ADescribing Latin or SanskritUnknownWeng
13DGogol's "___ Souls"UnknownWeng
46DObsolete.UnknownWeng
63DDull or flat.UnknownFarrar
6DLacking energy.UnknownFarrar
54DLast word of “O Captain! My Captain!”UnknownFarrar
118A___ duck.Leonard SussmanFarrar
25AObsolete.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
63AOut of play, as a croquet ball.UnknownFarrar
66ALast word of "O Captain! My Captain!"UnknownFarrar
13D___ letter.UnknownFarrar
31D"___ as a herring."UnknownFarrar
73AObsolete.Helen FasuloFarrar
22APassé.Leonard SussmanFarrar
35A___ Sea.UnknownFarrar
12DInactive.UnknownFarrar
46A___ Sea.Madeline CorseFarrar
50A___ letter.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
63AUnexciting.Fred C. JaschobFarrar
46DAbsolutely.Herbert EttensonFarrar
6DVery tired: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
58AOut of play, as a ball.UnknownFarrar
61AUnerring.UnknownFarrar
54D___ Sea, in Palestine.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
45A___ Sea, in Palestine.UnknownFarrar
41D___ Sea.Max GeistFarrar
106A"___ End," by Sidney Kingsley.Louis BaronFarrar
77AThus Bill Sikes leaves Nancy.Thomas MeekinFarrar