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127 results for FAD

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Wed May 31, 20171AIce Bucket Challenge, in 2014Jacob Stulberg
Mon Feb 27, 201724AFlash mobs, onceZhouqin Burnikel
Fri Dec 23, 201618AMan buns, e.g.Robyn Weintraub
Sun Dec 11, 2016111DIce Bucket Challenge, for oneTom McCoy
Sun Apr 24, 2016115DSelfies around 2012-13, e.g.Kathy Wienberg
Sat Aug 23, 201424APog or Pogs, formerlyTimothy Polin
Mon Jun 23, 20146ACraze (2)Brendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Oct 13, 201325ACrosswords, e.g., in the 1920sJeff Chen
Sat Aug 17, 201320AIn thingEd Sessa
Wed Mar 27, 201340DLatest sensationDavid J. Kahn
Mon Mar 4, 201330DFleeting crazeIan Livengood
Wed Feb 27, 201347AIt's hot, then it's notDaniel Kantor
Tue Nov 13, 201230AAngry Birds, e.g., in 2010Don Gagliardo and Zhouqin Burnikel
Sun Nov 4, 201276AThe limbo, onceBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Jul 15, 201251AIt comes and goes (2)Randolph Ross
Mon Jun 11, 201211AHula-Hoops or Furbys, onceAndrea Carla Michaels and Michael Blake
Mon Jan 16, 201249AIt's all the rageAndrea Carla Michaels
Sun Jan 15, 201245DAngry Birds, e.g.Finn Vigeland
Thu Jan 12, 201230DIt'll passGareth Bain
Wed Aug 10, 201159DGoldfish swallowing in the 1920s, e.g.Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sat May 21, 201152DIt comes and goes (2)Barry C. Silk
Sun Apr 17, 201146AKind of dietMatt Ginsberg
Sun Oct 10, 201060DTroll dolls or Silly BandzPatrick Merrell
Tue Aug 17, 201040ABeanie Babies, onceMichael Sharp
Tue Jun 15, 20101APet rocks, onceJill Winslow
Fri Mar 5, 201018AIt's not hot for longLouis Hildebrand
Wed Nov 11, 200942DStreaking, onceKelsey Blakley
Mon Jul 21, 200831DFurbys or yo-yos, onceGilbert H. Ludwig
Sun Feb 24, 200879ATroll dolls, onceNancy Nicholson Joline
Fri Oct 6, 200635DTexas hold 'em, e.g.Nancy Joline
Tue Jun 20, 200621DCraze (2)Steve Salmon
Sun Dec 4, 200552DRage (4)Eric Berlin and Craig Kasper
Thu May 12, 200531APokémon, for oneManny Nosowsky
Sun Mar 6, 20051DIt's temporarily inJohn Greenman
Sat Oct 2, 200429DTemporary excitementDavid J. Kahn
Thu Sep 23, 200456DFurbys, once (2)Jerry E. Rosman
Thu Jul 8, 200458DIt's in one year and out the otherScot Ober
Sun Mar 21, 200414DCabbage Patch dolls, e.g.Roy Leban
Fri Oct 10, 200324AIt's in, for nowArlan and Linda Bushman
Sun Jun 29, 200332DRage (4)Rich Norris
Tue Dec 17, 20021DFurbys, once (2)Tyler Hinman
Sat Sep 21, 200225ARage (4)Rich Norris
Mon Nov 5, 20014DMacarena or Beanie Babies, onceJenny Gutbezahl
Thu Dec 23, 199957DMood rings, onceJoe DiPietro
Sun Dec 5, 199970DIt goes in and out quicklyJoe DiPietro
Thu Aug 13, 19981ABeanie Babies, e.g.A. J. Santora
Tue Jun 16, 199861DTattoos, currentlyBill Ballard
Thu Oct 16, 199718DThe macarena, onceBrendan Emmett Quigley
Mon Jul 29, 199647AHula-Hoops, onceF. Piscop
Sun Jul 7, 199651DVogueR. H. Wolfe
Wed Aug 30, 199526DLatest thingJohn R. Conrad
Mon May 15, 199564DMini-crazeErnie Furtado
Sun Aug 14, 199434DRage (4)Deborah Kathryn Trombley
Sat May 21, 19948DIt goes in one era and out the otherCharles E. Gersch
Tue May 10, 199418AThe lambada, onceDavid Ellis Dickerson

1 result for FAD from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Nov 15, 2009diagramless69DCrazeFred Piscop

71 results for FAD from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Thu Sep 30, 199333DPassing fancyManny NosowskyTaub
Sun Jun 28, 1992127DIt's in one era . . . out the otherSally CoyleMaleska
Mon Apr 20, 199261DPassing fancySidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon Jun 17, 199150DA day's crazeEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Wed May 16, 199050AShort-lived fashionDon GroatMaleska
Sun Mar 25, 199096DCabbage Patch dolls, e.g.Bert RosenfieldMaleska
Wed Nov 16, 198810ACrazeBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sun Jan 31, 198898DIt's in one era, out the otherRobert W. SturgesMaleska
Mon Sep 3, 198427DRageArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Thu Apr 26, 198423ACrazeEli WesoffMaleska
Mon Apr 18, 198329A"In" thingMarie WestMaleska
Thu Feb 24, 198360DPossession of pet rocks, e.g.Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue Jan 25, 198355DA day's crazeSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sun Nov 21, 198279AIt's "in one era and . . . "Katherine Gould & Chris RemignantiMaleska
Sun Jan 24, 1982105DA day's crazeEdward J. MarcheseMaleska
Fri Jan 22, 198253ARageChristy RidleyMaleska
Wed Jun 18, 198029ARageBernice GordonMaleska
Thu Oct 11, 19791ASpoon rings, e.g.Ruth N. SchultzMaleska
Thu Jul 19, 197950DGoldfish swallowing, e.g.John ChervokasMaleska
Wed Feb 22, 197857DShort-lived thingWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Apr 6, 1975138DRageAnne FoxWeng
Sun Sep 29, 197455DVogueElaine D. SchorrWeng
Fri Jun 28, 197438ACrazeMaura B. JacobsonWeng
Thu Jun 14, 197327ACrazeUnknownWeng
Mon Feb 21, 197230AWide neckties, for oneUnknownWeng
Sun Nov 21, 197153AHot pants, for oneBert BeamanWeng
Sun May 24, 197036DHula hoop or skate boardThreba JohnsonWeng
Tue Mar 10, 197020ATemporary thingUnknownWeng
Fri Nov 7, 196958DStyle.UnknownWeng
Mon Oct 6, 196956DCraze.UnknownWeng
Sat Sep 27, 196910AStyle.UnknownWeng
Mon Jul 7, 196939DTransitory style.UnknownWeng
Fri May 30, 19698DIn-thing.UnknownWeng
Sun Aug 4, 196864ABeads or beardsThreba JohnsonFarrar
Wed Feb 28, 19681APassing fancy.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jul 15, 196756DPassing fancy.S. A. KayFarrar
Wed Apr 5, 196743AThing in vogue.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Sun Feb 5, 196749DSpecialty of the "in" set.Hume R. CraftFarrar
Fri Jul 15, 196655DPassing fancy.UnknownFarrar
Tue May 24, 196657DCome-and-go phenomenon.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 30, 19666DRage.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Fri Dec 31, 196536DCraze.UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 23, 196533DPassing fashion.UnknownFarrar
Tue Aug 24, 196528ARage.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 5, 196387ATemporary pursuit.Paula BauersmithFarrar
Mon Nov 13, 196119DVogue.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jul 3, 196119APassing fancy.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jan 3, 196130DShort-lived custom.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jul 22, 196033DToreador pants, for one.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 10, 196032DHula hoops, for one.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Apr 26, 195760DPassing fancy.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Wed May 23, 195646AAll the rage.S. A. KayFarrar
Fri May 11, 195625ALe dernier cri.J. F. KellyFarrar
Sun May 6, 1956117DCraze.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Thu Dec 8, 195529AHobby.UnknownFarrar
Fri Aug 26, 195544APassing hobby.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jul 18, 195524DThe Crockett craze, for example.Fletcher CoatesFarrar
Mon Jun 20, 195536DCurrent craze.Thomas VarnerFarrar
Mon Jul 5, 195455APassing craze.William F. BulowFarrar
Sun Mar 28, 195424DPassing style.Diana SessionsFarrar
Sat Nov 28, 19539DPassing fancy.UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 26, 195320ACraze.Diana SessionsFarrar
Sun Mar 15, 195318DCraze.Roberta H. MorseFarrar
Sat Jan 3, 195339DHand-painted ties, for instance.UnknownFarrar
Sat Nov 15, 195219AJigsaw puzzles, for instance.UnknownFarrar
Mon Oct 13, 195228DRage.UnknownFarrar
Wed Aug 20, 195255ARage.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jan 23, 195149DQuirk of fashion.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 22, 1949119APassing rage.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Nov 19, 1944116DCraze.Charles CrossFarrar
Sun Mar 15, 194253APassing fashion.Marie C. FrenchFarrar