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88 results for DECK

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

DateGridClueAuthor
14DK.O. (3)Michael Hawkins
19ASet of 108 for UnoHoward Barkin
31APlace for a chaise longueAlan DerKazarian
44AIt holds 5,148 potential flushesEd Sessa
23AKO (3)Jeff Chen
53DIt's divided at the start of warBrandon Hensley
75DHand sourceTom McCoy
19AKayo (2)Patrick Berry
52DReally wallopElizabeth C. Gorski
44ASend to the canvasDerik Moore
56DAll 52 cardsIan C. Livengood
32DWhat a swabbie swabsPatrick Merrell
1AWhere to spot a king or queenLynn Lempel
23AIt may be stacked or cutSteve Dobis
30DKayo (2)Caleb Madison
25ABicycle packBob Klahn
43A52 cardsNancy Salomon
8DK.O. (3)Harvey Estes
102DKnock down (2)Kyle Mahowald
42AKnock down (2)Manny Nosowsky
40DKnock flatGreg Staples
3DFlatten (2)Dana Motley
45AIt may be stackedGregory Casagrande
10DIt's not damaged by cuttingPatrick Berry
30DPack of sharks?David J. Kahn
33DIt may be cutJoe DiPietro
19AKing's placeRichard Silvestri
63DWhere to play shipboard shuffleboardDave and Diane Epperson
71AShuffleboard locale, maybeNancy Kavanaugh
66AWallop (2)Stephanie Spadaccini
24DBicycle setCathy Millhauser
4DClobberElizabeth C. Gorski
54DFlatten (2)Richard Silvestri
62AWallop (2)M. E. Skolsky

54 results for DECK from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
9APoop, e.g.Daniel GirardiTaub
33ABedizenJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
33DOrlop or poopRonald C. HirschfeldMaleska
62APoop or orlopErnst TheimerMaleska
33DAll the cardsJeff HerringtonMaleska
104AKnock down in the ringMichael J. ParrisMaleska
1AKnock down in the ringChristopher SherwoodMaleska
65AOrlop, for onePeter SwiftMaleska
34DKayoWilson McBeathMaleska
36DArrayNancy McCarthyMaleska
3DKnock down a boxerChristopher SherwoodMaleska
70AKnock downJeanne WilsonMaleska
28AKind of handFinnMaleska
1DAdornJohnsonMaleska
43DBedizenGayle DeanMaleska
41AType of chairEdward BobbMaleska
18AOrlop or poopErnst TheimerMaleska
42ASomething to shuffle or swabCharles J. MatontiMaleska
10AOrlop or poopErnst TheimerMaleska
66AFifty-two for bridgeHerb L. RisteenMaleska
51DMilieu of a crewMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
11DBedizenJordan S. LasherMaleska
23APoop or afterHugh McElroyWeng
14DCertain group of 52Stanley A. KurzbanWeng
49APoop or orlonRonald C. HirschfeldWeng
1APromenade or quarterUnknownWeng
42DOn ___ (ready)UnknownWeng
12D52 cardsUnknownWeng
49AFifty-two cardsUnknownWeng
53APoop or quarterUnknownWeng
54APack of cardsUnknownWeng
40DKings, queens, etc.Thomas SheehanWeng
8DSunning areaUnknownWeng
25APlatformWilliam LutwiniakWeng
31APacket.UnknownFarrar
34DFamous burning item.Wells GemberlingFarrar
51AOrnament.UnknownFarrar
53DMake ornate.UnknownFarrar
73APlace to promenade.UnknownFarrar
65APromenade, for one.UnknownFarrar
39ARoof of a railroad car.UnknownFarrar
60AAdorn.UnknownFarrar
54DSeventh word of "Casablanca."UnknownFarrar
56DPromenade on shipboard.UnknownFarrar
21ABedizen.Madeline CorseFarrar
107DPromenade.Charles CrossFarrar
59AWhere to play shuffleboard.Edward EarlyFarrar
58DSynonym for 41 Across.Harold T. BersFarrar
49DStacked ___.UnknownFarrar
1APlace to play shuffleboard.UnknownFarrar
46AFifty-two cards.UnknownFarrar
68APoop or orlop.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
65A"Hit the ___."UnknownFarrar
110DWhere Casabianca's son stood.S. K. FliegnerFarrar