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DESSERT is a legal Scrabble word. See a dictionary definition for DESSERT.

85 total results for DESSERT   ( score: 50 )

28 results for DESSERT from Shortz Era puzzles:
Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
Sun Jul 5, 202025APiece of cake, sayLaura Taylor Kinnel
Tue Jun 16, 202036APart of a meal that the British call "afters"Alex Eaton-Salners
Tue Feb 19, 20195D"Life is short -- eat ___ first"David Alfred Bywaters
Fri Dec 14, 201862ANapoleon, for oneAndrew J. Ries
Fri Sep 2, 201657AOrder that's rarely followed?David Liben-Nowell
Sun Jun 19, 201616DCalorie counter's temptationDavid Woolf
Fri Jun 10, 201615DFinal order of things?David Steinberg
Tue Oct 20, 201513DBack-page menu item, maybeSam Buchbinder
Thu Jun 12, 201427AFinal order (2)Mark Feldman
Mon Oct 7, 201324APudding or pieAmy Johnson
Thu Oct 28, 201035ASee 17-AcrossDavid J. Kahn
Sat Mar 28, 200914DThere's sometimes no room for itJoe Krozel
Sat Apr 28, 200714DSomething a loser may skipSherry O. Blackard
Sat Nov 11, 200658AIce, e.g.Brendan Emmett Quigley
Thu Aug 11, 200542DSplit, e.g.Michael Shteyman
Tue May 3, 200513DA sweet finishGary Steinmehl
Sat May 8, 200441DWhat a loser may skipBob Peoples
Tue Jun 12, 20019DFeast finaleAlfio Micci
Sat Sep 16, 200045DYou may not have room for itRobert H. Wolfe
Sat Jul 3, 199961ACheck preceder?David J. Kahn
Mon Mar 16, 19985DTapioca pudding, e.g.Mark Moldowsky
Sun Mar 15, 1998129ACalorie-crammed courseFrank Longo
Sat Dec 27, 199761AFinal order (2)Martin Ashwood-Smith
Wed Nov 19, 199727ACharlotte russe, for oneElizabeth C. Gorski
Tue May 6, 199747ALast courseBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Sep 10, 1995118AFinisher of a sortDavid J. Kahn
Sun Apr 17, 199484DPiece of cake, maybeR. M. Hopkins
Sun Feb 13, 199410DFinishing orderCathy Millhauser
2 results for DESSERT from Variety puzzles:
Feb 10, 2019Cryptic28APie or ice cream to leave in the mouth (7)John Forbes
Apr 25, 2010AcrosticV"I want to have a good body, but not as much as I want ___" (Jason Love)Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
55 results for DESSERT from pre-Shortz puzzles:
Thu Sep 10, 199227AA subject of puns hereinReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
Sat Jul 18, 199262AMenu entryDaniel GirardiMaleska
Thu May 28, 199244APastry or puddingNorman S. WizerMaleska
Thu Feb 1, 19905DPeach Melba, for oneVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Sun Apr 26, 198792ALast courseVictoria & Alex F. BlackMaleska
Wed Aug 6, 198625ALast courseMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Thu May 23, 198527APeaches and cream, e.g.Robert KatzMaleska
Tue Jan 25, 198320AMousse, e.g.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon Feb 15, 198228ASweet course, usuallyEmory H. CainMaleska
Sun Feb 15, 19819DNapoleon, e.g.Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
Wed Jul 20, 197735APie or parfaitDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Sat Jun 25, 197730ADinner courseHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
Fri Jun 17, 197743AMeal courseMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Wed Sep 22, 197634ADinner courseBert H. KruseWeng
Sun Apr 13, 1975105AIce, at timesBob LubbersWeng
Sat Dec 28, 197431ACalorie courseThomas SheehanWeng
Mon Apr 29, 197410DMousse, e.g.James BarrickWeng
Sat Sep 1, 197340DDinner's endUnknownWeng
Tue Dec 12, 197253ABombe, for oneUnknownWeng
Sun May 7, 197293DNapoleon, e.g.Frances HansenWeng
Thu Jan 28, 19714DMenu itemUnknownWeng
Tue Jan 16, 196813ADinner course.UnknownFarrar
Wed Dec 20, 19677DSee 14 Across.UnknownFarrar
Fri Sep 9, 196623AMeal course.UnknownFarrar
Wed May 19, 196545AChef's specialty.UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 17, 196465AMenu item.UnknownFarrar
Mon Apr 20, 19649DPart of a feast.UnknownFarrar
Tue Aug 13, 196346ADinner course.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jun 13, 196338ASweet.UnknownFarrar
Fri Nov 30, 196263ASweet treat.UnknownFarrar
Sat Apr 28, 196264ALast course.Louise EarnestFarrar
Fri Sep 15, 196123AShortcake.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 19, 196141DSweet.UnknownFarrar
Sat May 27, 196165AApple pie.UnknownFarrar
Thu Dec 22, 196040DPlum pudding.UnknownFarrar
Thu Oct 6, 19605DParfait, for example.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 31, 1960103DSweet.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sat Jan 9, 196041DDinner sweet.UnknownFarrar
Sat Dec 12, 195970ADinner course.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jun 14, 195969DSee 1 Down.Roberta MorseFarrar
Sat Mar 28, 195961AFloating island, for one.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Oct 6, 1957118ASweet.Natalie HankemeyerFarrar
Sun Jul 31, 195582DWatermelon, for example.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Jun 5, 195558DShortcake.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Sun Dec 26, 1954148ASweet.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Sat Oct 23, 195439DNapolean.Marian MoeserFarrar
Mon May 31, 195470AFinal treat.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Fri Sep 4, 19539DParfait.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
Sun Jan 11, 1953115DTrifle, for instance.Albert CarrollFarrar
Wed Jun 6, 195166ADieter's nemesis.UnknownFarrar
Fri Nov 17, 195024DPie à la mode.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 6, 195062DSweet.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Mar 12, 1950141APie, cake, etc.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Sun Oct 26, 194782ABaked Alaska.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Mar 22, 1942107ASweet.Alma TalleyFarrar
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