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156 results for GAME

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

DateGridClueAuthor
63AUp for something (3)Jeffrey Wechsler
69AUp (for) or down (for)Timothy Polin
12DLeague of Legends or World of WarcraftBruce Haight
89AReady to take partEric Berlin
10ATag, for exampleJacob Stulberg
9DGo, for oneMartin Ashwood-Smith
66A"___ over" (dispiriting message)David Steinberg
10AUp for something (3)Caleb Emmons
59AFirst word in 104-AcrossMike Selinker
73AWarden's charge (2)Kurt Mueller
111AMatch partTony Orbach and Janie Smulyan
1ATiddlywinks or tagPaula Gamache
21AWilling (9)Randolph Ross
6AJacks, e.g.Rich Norris
19DWilling to go alongDavid Kwong and Emily Halpern
75DWilling (9)Patrick Berry
6AUp for it (3)Norma Johnson
22ADeer and fox, e.g.Patrick Blindauer
64AOthello, e.g.Trip Payne
43AUp for something (3)Mark Diehl
28DCharades, e.g. (2)Allan E. Parrish
49DUp for it (3)Bob Peoples
117ACops and robbers, e.g.Elizabeth C. Gorski
71ASee 69-AcrossPatrick Merrell
62AReady and willing (2)Nancy Salomon and Lee Glickstein
58AGo fish, e.g.Denise M. Neuendorf
89DUp for it (3)Michael Ashley
12DReady and willing (2)Manny Nosowsky
49DWilling (9)Joan Yanofsky
15APictionary, e.g.Peter Gordon
52DBrave, in a wayManny Nosowsky
22AWell-disposedJoe DiPietro
48DWilling to take partNick Grivas
57DWilling (9)Kent Lorentzen
49APluckyEmily Cox and Henry Rathvon
6DClue, for oneNancy Salomon
16DWilling (9)Randolph Ross
22DWarden's charge (2)Frank Longo
32DKind of wardenFrances Hansen
1DCharades, e.g. (2)Bernice Gordon
85DWord with park or planNancy Nicholson Joline
35DFoxes, e.g.D. J. Kahn
6DWilling (9)B. E. Quigley
58DReady for actionR. Norris
68AWilling (9)Gregory E. Paul
58AHearts or dartsRoger H. Courtney
10ACharades or shuffleboardJanet R. Bender
1DAnimals, to huntersSidney L. Robbins
52AWilling (9)Richard Hughes
1AHunter's preyHarvey Estes
36AAmenableJim Page
53AWilling (9)Robert Katz

3 results for GAME from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Jun 4, 2017diagramless46DBingo or JengaBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sep 29, 2002diagramless9AScrabble or Sorry!Frank Longo
Apr 6, 1997cryptic1DHunted animals unable to walk steadily (4)Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon

101 results for GAME from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
54DPluckyEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
6APluckyThomas W. SchierMaleska
63AWillingShirley SolowayMaleska
5APluckyElio DesiderioMaleska
1ASpunkyElizabeth ArthurMaleska
57DCurling or hurlingJoy L. WoukMaleska
32DPluckyJoel D. LafargueMaleska
61AReady for anythingDorothea E. ShippMaleska
14AKind of planBert RosenfieldMaleska
53DWilling and ableBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
39APluckyWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
57DPluckyErnie FurtadoMaleska
53ACourageousWhittenMaleska
48AWillingCharlotte ShoreMaleska
68AFan fareJoy L. WoukMaleska
15APluckyRichard SilvestriMaleska
6AFan fareJesse RoarkeMaleska
59D15, 30, 45, ___Dale O. BurgenerMaleska
10DPluckyWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
48DTag, e.g.Robert KatzMaleska
5APluckyJudson G. TrentMaleska
48APluckyJeanne WilsonMaleska
45ASomething to playH. M. KennedyMaleska
34DFan fareJohn M. SamsonMaleska
10AGrittyMaverMaleska
56DReady for adventureBeverly J. SewardMaleska
40DIntrepidWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
10ASpunkyEmory H. CainMaleska
33DPluckyWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
55DHunter's questA. J. SantoraMaleska
99AWillingAnne FoxMaleska
1DSafari quarryN. M. MeyerMaleska
59ASpunkyRuth Lake TepperMaleska
33DMusical chairs, e.g.Arnold MossMaleska
62AFan fareHerb L. RisteenMaleska
46APluckyHerb L. RisteenMaleska
59AKind of planDaniel GirardiWeng
76ASafari quarryEugene T. MaleskaWeng
57ABridge bidSophie FiermanWeng
25DPluckyVirginia ButlerWeng
87ABaseball or tennisOlga KowalsWeng
138DWaiting ___Bert BeamanWeng
10APluckyUnknownWeng
9ABridge or pokerUnknownWeng
3D___ of chanceUnknownWeng
20DFootball, for oneUnknownWeng
46AWillingUnknownWeng
25AHurling or curlingUnknownWeng
35DPluckyUnknownWeng
63ASpunkyUnknownWeng
58AKind of fish.UnknownWeng
14ALions and tigers.UnknownWeng
30DWilling: Colloq.UnknownWeng
26DHunter's prey.UnknownFarrar
24ATest of skill.William LutwiniakFarrar
7DReady: Colloq.William LutwiniakFarrar
37DReady: Colloq.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
41ASquirrels, rabbits, etc.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
63AReady: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
64APlucky: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
105APlucky.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
49DReady: Colloq.Leonard SussmanFarrar
19ADeer, rabbits, etc.Norma SchierFarrar
62AReady for anything.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
41ASkat or loo.Jules ArensbergFarrar
41APlucky.UnknownFarrar
46AAny contest of skill, courage, etc.UnknownFarrar
53AForm of play.Thomas MeekinFarrar
61DResolute.Herbert EttensonFarrar
19DHunter's objective.Edward CansteinFarrar
59DCurling.A. H. Drummond Jr.Farrar
59AFun.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
26DHaving a resolute, unyielding spirit.UnknownFarrar
35DWild birds, fish, etc.Helen FasuloFarrar
54DSaturday diversion.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
54AScrabble.Thomas MeekinFarrar
51ATV sports treat.Helen FasuloFarrar
3DPlucky.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
25DBowls or skittles.Mary D. WarnockFarrar
108DHaving enough spirit: Colloq.W. E. JonesFarrar
32DSaturday event.J. F. KellyFarrar
1AGo, for instance.UnknownFarrar
38AThe All Star of July 14th.Roberta MorseFarrar
49AScrabble, for instance.Bernice GordonFarrar
51A5,000 points at canasta.UnknownFarrar
5APart of a rubber.UnknownFarrar
53ANever-say-die.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
24AHaving fighting spirit.UnknownFarrar
1AArmy vs. Navy.UnknownFarrar
6DCharades; "The ___."UnknownFarrar
40AA form of charades (with "The").UnknownFarrar
58D100 pts. in bridge.Harold T. BersFarrar
30DBingo, for instance.Robert HeglerFarrar
1DPlucky.UnknownFarrar
14DPlucky.UnknownFarrar
66ACanasta.Thomas MeekinFarrar
103DResolute.Charles CrossFarrar
53APortion of a set: Tennis.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
10DObject of T. R.’s expedition, 1909.Thomas MeekinFarrar
115AWild animals.Alice CookFarrar
10ASport.Lester KeeneFarrar