6 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for DORSET.
|Sunday, June 13, 2010||122A||County on the English Channel||Francis Heaney|
|Saturday, January 1, 2005||18A||Region of southern England on the English Channel||Raymond C. Young|
|Friday, May 14, 2004||21D||Breed of sheep named for an English county||Robert H. Wolfe|
|Sunday, December 16, 2001||124A||Setting of many Hardy novels||Fred Piscop|
|Wednesday, February 16, 2000||20A||English maritime county||Gene Newman|
|Monday, February 8, 1999||22D||English county known for sheep||Sidney L. Robbins (1909-97)|
1 result for DORSET from Variety puzzles.
|July 31, 2011||acrostic||D||County on England's Jurassic Coast||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
17 results for DORSET from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Sunday, March 6, 1988||119A||English county||Maura B. Jacobson||Maleska|
|Sunday, February 14, 1988||44D||Devon neighbor||Richard Silvestri||Maleska|
|Thursday, December 1, 1977||21A||___ Horn, English breed of sheep||Tap Osborn||Maleska|
|Wednesday, June 8, 1977||43A||English county||Herb L. Risteen||Maleska|
|Sunday, December 7, 1975||30A||Vermont resort||Barbara Gillis||Weng|
|Friday, November 29, 1974||34A||English county||Sophie Fierman||Weng|
|Thursday, June 13, 1974||71A||English county||Elio Desiderio||Weng|
|Friday, April 28, 1972||48D||English county||Unknown||Weng|
|Tuesday, April 11, 1967||65A||English county.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sunday, March 12, 1967||26A||___ Horn, kind of sheep.||William A. Lewis Jr.||Farrar|
|Wednesday, February 2, 1966||32A||Region of Hardy's "Wessex" novels.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Tuesday, January 1, 1963||23D||Thomas Hardy's Wessex.||Brice Metcalfe||Farrar|
|Tuesday, March 21, 1961||6A||County on the English Channel.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Thursday, September 29, 1960||42D||English county.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sunday, June 7, 1959||119A||English county.||Charles C. Allen||Farrar|
|Friday, July 5, 1957||44D||English Channel county.||A. H. Drummond, Jr.||Farrar|
|Monday, February 25, 1952||8D||Where Dorchester is.||Harold T. Bers||Farrar|