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340 results for HAT

135 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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40DFedora, for oneRoss Trudeau
54DDerby, e.g. (2)John Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins
4DMakeshift receptacle for ballotsBruce Haight
61DProtection against sunburnGreg Johnson
2DFashion statement at the Kentucky DerbyJonathan M. Kaye
5D___ tip (quick acknowledgment)David Steinberg
34ASight on a rackJoe DiPietro
46AAccessory for a bad hair dayDavid Steinberg
82ABroadbrim, e.g. (2)Andrew J. Ries
84DSee 102-Down (3)Erik Agard and Laura Braunstein
45DSombrero, e.g. (8)Peter Gordon
28DBowler or boater (2)Alex Eaton-Salners
22A___ trick (3)John E. Bennett and Jeff Chen
87DOne may be tippedIsaac Mizrahi and David J. Kahn
18DBowler, e.g.Zhouqin Burnikel
52ASomething passed at a meeting, maybeTimothy Polin
20DMagician's prop (4)Michael Shteyman
23ADerby or fedoraAgnes Davidson and Zhouqin Burnikel
24AFedora or fez (2)John E. Bennett
6DOverhead expense?Peter A. Collins
38DPanama or bowlerBruce Haight
6DSee 44-Across (3)Patrick Berry
36ARing-toss item?Sam Ezersky
38ATip collector for many an amateur performerBruce Haight
12DOne getting a tip?David Phillips
35DSunburn preventer, maybeTom McCoy
13DIt may be tipped (3)Joe DiPietro
44DDeerstalker, e.g. (2)Ian Livengood
32DBroadbrim, for oneDouglas Taillon
59DIt may collect tips ... or be tippedDavid Benkof and Jeff Chen
44DAccessory for the 91-AcrossIan Livengood
35DIt may be tipped as a sign of respectDavid Gray
42AMonopoly token (5)Jacob McDermott
65DSombrero, e.g. (8)Jim Peredo
24ADeerstalker, e.g. (2)Erik Agard
11DTopper (4)Tracy Bennett
77DMagician's prop (4)Alex Vratsanos and Jeff Chen
7DMonopoly token (5)Ian Livengood and Brad Wilber
14AWith "in" and 2-Down, with respectful humilityGary Cee
59DBowler or sombreroAdam Prince
18DMagician's prop (4)Daniel Kantor
58D___ in handIan Livengood
61DPlace for a rabbit in a magic actLynn Lempel
37DPlace for a bandBrendan Emmett Quigley
68AMonopoly token (5)Victor Fleming and John Dunn
67AIt has a crownJeff Chen
58DFedora or fez (2)Jeff Chen
4DDr. Seuss's "The Cat in the ___"Ian Livengood
13DWord after high or topCaleb Madison and J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
55AJipijapa, e.g.David J. Kahn
6ARack itemBarry C. Silk
23DLid (2)Joe DiPietro
45DSee 26-Down (3)Barry C. Silk
24DSymbol of a positionFinn Vigeland
40AStetson or sombreroStanley Newman
34APanama, for oneAdam Cohen
25AMonopoly token (5)Nancy Salomon
39DSkimmer, e.g. (3)Mike Shenk
4DBaldness remedy?Trip Payne
27DIt should go on a headTyler Hinman and Jeremy Horwitz
59DIt may be felt on your headPeter A. Collins
62DBusby or derbyGary Cee
8DRing contents, maybePatrick Berry
51A___ trick (3)Joe DiPietro
22APanama, e.g. (4)Donald K. Willing
54ASombrero, e.g. (8)Lynn Lempel
61DSombrero, e.g. (8)Andrea Carla Michaels
69AIt may be cocked (3)Robert Zimmerman
67ALid (2)Patrick Berry
59DItem with a brim or crownLynn Lempel
48AReceiver of donationsPaula Gamache
73APanama, e.g. (4)Richard Silvestri
41ASombrero, e.g. (8)Richard Chisholm
108DSanta has a red and white oneNancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
29AIt may be hard on a construction workerPhilip Thomson
70D___ trick (3)Kyle Mahowald
6DSou'wester, e.g.Manny Nosowsky
28AUniform partDavid J. Kahn
64DWhat a tipper tipsPatrick Merrell
54DSee 17-Down (3)John Greenman
40ABowlerRobert Zimmerman
16AStetson, for oneBrendan Emmett Quigley
34DMilliner's saleBrendan Emmett Quigley
35DWhere a rabbit may be hiddenSarah Keller
31DBeaver, e.g.Raymond Hamel
38DMonopoly token (5)Joe Bower and Nancy Salomon
66DMagician's prop (4)Barbara Olson
49DParty handout, perhapsRobert H. Wolfe
3DDerby or bowlerRaymond Hamel
20ASombrero, e.g. (8)Mel Taub
23ABowler or boater (2)Norma Johnson
4DPillbox, e.g.Randolph Ross
40AEaster displayChuck Menning and Mitch Komro
11DSkimmer, e.g. (3)Rich Norris
11ASombrero, e.g. (8)Sarah Keller
61AIt may be cocked (3)Alan Arbesfeld
46AMakeshift ballot holder, maybePeter Abide
100ABean cover (2)Patrick Berry
83DCollection holderHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
20DIt may rest on a rackFrank Longo
21A"Waiting for Godot" propBrendan Emmett Quigley
69ASee 11-Across (3)Bette Sue Cohen
42AIt might go over your headPeter Gordon
21AIt may be tipped (3)Joe DiPietro
44DPillbox or porkpieMichael Shteyman
42DSee 23-Across (3)Gregory E. Paul
41AIt may be tipped (3)Manny Nosowsky
42ABroadbrim, e.g. (2)Sarah Keller
50DWord with dance or bandBob Klahn
24AChapeauHugh Davis
40ADerby, for oneGregory E. Paul
41ABean cover (2)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
28ASkimmer, e.g. (3)Jim Page
7DIt's sometimes passedRich Norris
61AItem thrown in a ringElizabeth C. Gorski
34DThis may be over your headBob Klahn
28A___ trick (three goals)Fred Piscop
49AEaster parade attractionDean Niles
56DToque, for oneNorman S. Wizer
6DStetson, e.g. (2)Stephanie Spadaccini
36AKind of trickB. E. Quigley
23DPanama, e.g. (4)B. Lubbers
59DDerby, e.g. (2)S. L. Robbins
32ATopper (4)Jonathan Schmatzbach
10DStetson, e.g. (2)Alan Arbesfeld
38AArticle on a rackFrank A. Longo
29AKind of check or rackFran & Lou Sabin
54AIt may be cocked (3)Alex K. Justin
57DBoater or bowlerWayne Robert Williams
58DSombrero, e.g. (8)Stanley B. Whitten
35DBeaver, for oneFrances Hansen
54DTopper (4)Betty Jorgensen
54DTopper (4)Jonathan Schmatzbach
6DDerbyManny Nosowsky
23APanama, e.g. (4)Manny Nosowsky

1 result for HAT from Variety puzzles.

Dec 18, 2005diagramless19ASomething that may be tippedBrendan Emmett Quigley

204 results for HAT from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

20AType of trick or rackMichael S. MaurerMaleska
118DBowler or boaterAlex F. BlackMaleska
23AGibus or kadyIrene SmullyanMaleska
55ABowlerNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
35AChapeauErnst TheimerMaleska
10ABoater, e.g.Betty JorgensenMaleska
37AKind of dance or trickNancy JolineMaleska
106DDicer or skimmerNancy Nicholson JolineMaleska
67ABowler or boaterNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
62DBoater or bowlerAlan ArbesfeldMaleska
1ASailor, e.g.Peter SwiftMaleska
63ACloche or toqueStanley GlassMaleska
9DShako or dicerMichael A. RampinoMaleska
39AKady or petasusBetty JorgensenMaleska
5DPillbox or porkpieRichard SilvestriMaleska
57DToque or clocheHarold B. CountsMaleska
8DPanama, e.g.Charles B. WaffellMaleska
28DDerbyNancy JolineMaleska
39DCloche or toqueNancy JolineMaleska
46AWhat to keep a secret underBetty JorgensenMaleska
1DBoater or bowlerA. J. SantoraMaleska
6DCloche, e.g.Mel TaubMaleska
32AThis may be over your headS. E. WilkinsonMaleska
52AToque or gibusCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
33AMagician's itemGayle DeanMaleska
71DToque or clocheJoy L. WoukMaleska
32DCastor or dicerDorothea E. ShippMaleska
47DWhat men doff to KeyMartha J. DeWittMaleska
47DBreton or wide-awakeHoslerMaleska
22DDerby, e.g.Mary M. MurdochMaleska
24APillbox, e.g.Rhonda KrausMaleska
8ADicer or tileJulian OchrymowychMaleska
21DSomething to tipShirley SolowayMaleska
94DCastor or pillboxBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
68ASailor or skimmerEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
23ACloche or toqueChristy RidleyMaleska
53DCastor or tileStanley NewmanMaleska
18AHockey "trick"Joe ClonickMaleska
24ABowler or skimmerWilliam CanineMaleska
33AStetson, e.g.Brett A. BlaylockMaleska
52ADerbyBert RosenfieldMaleska
28AItem often checkedMarie WestMaleska
24APanamaJohn M. SamsonMaleska
115DAbzug adornmentBette Sue CohenMaleska
1AItem to talk throughJohnsonMaleska
58DPillbox, e.g.Peter SwiftMaleska
43ABillycock, e.g.Eli WesoffMaleska
25ACardinal's symbol of officeA. J. SantoraMaleska
56DSomething to fling into a ringRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
57DBowler or sailorJohn FinchMaleska
45ACastor, e.g.Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
39AKind of box or bandJohnsonMaleska
55DType of trick for a RangerMermelsteinMaleska
55DSombreroA. J. SantoraMaleska
127DBoater, e.g.William LutwiniakMaleska
25ACloche or toqueSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
73AAbzug trademarkTimothy S. LewisMaleska
37ABowler or dicerReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
51ATrilby on a LondonerBert H. KruseMaleska
59AItem tossed into a ringCornelia WarrinerMaleska
1DGibus or kadyWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
10D___ in hand (humbly)Kathryn RighterMaleska
21APanama, e.g.Eli WesoffMaleska
26AToque, e.g.William LutwiniakMaleska
39AKind of dance or bandArmstrongMaleska
36DCaubeen, e.g.Ruth N. SchultzMaleska
57DBoater, e.g.James & Phyllis BarrickMaleska
25AWord with band or boxEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
70DPillboxAlfio MicciMaleska
27AItem for a ringMarion MoeserWeng
58DSombreroReginald L. JohnsonWeng
23AOld ___ExmanWeng
62DOld or topAlfio MicciWeng
90AClocheTap OsbornWeng
61DMexican-dance needMcCainWeng
58DPorkpieElaine D. SchorrWeng
24DKeep-under itemH. M. KennedyWeng
52AOld ___Dorothea E. ShippWeng
31DPillbox or toqueJim PageWeng
62ADerby of stovepipeDorothea E. ShippWeng
22ABillycockSara V. TuckermanWeng
54DOld or topMike MooreWeng
5DOld ___Bert BeamanWeng
141DCheckroom itemJean J. DavisonWeng
10AMid-ManhattanHume R. CraftWeng
58DToque or porkpieUnknownWeng
41DOpera or hardUnknownWeng
7DClocheA. J. SantoraWeng
19AItem in the ringUnknownWeng
48DPanamaMerl ReagleWeng
17ABella Abzug featureBetty LearyWeng
30ASometimes it's highUnknownWeng
7ASteeple-crownMerl ReagleWeng
43AOld ___ (passé)UnknownWeng
85AFedoraAlfio MicciWeng
15ABrass ___UnknownWeng
31AItem to talk through.UnknownWeng
82ABoaterRuth BallWeng
42AFelt or straw.UnknownWeng
58DMedicine or old.UnknownWeng
55DObject in the ring.UnknownFarrar
42AItem "in the ring."UnknownFarrar
61ASailor.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
111APillbox.George LaczkoFarrar
73DBillycock.Threba JohnsonFarrar
34APork pie.UnknownFarrar
54APillbox.Louise EarnestFarrar
32AHigh ___.UnknownFarrar
36ATricorn.A. J. SantoraFarrar
30DSailor.Anne FoxFarrar
25DEdible item, at times.UnknownFarrar
33APass the ___.UnknownFarrar
49ATen-gallon item.UnknownFarrar
58DPass the ___.UnknownFarrar
29DBusby.H. L. RisteenFarrar
31DPillbox.Joseph S. CrowellFarrar
47ASailor.Sidney LambertFarrar
5DStove pipe.UnknownFarrar
22DCaubeen.Thomas MeekinFarrar
44DEquine headgear.W. E. JonesFarrar
59DReceptacle for contributions.UnknownFarrar
87AFedora.Kathryn RighterFarrar
1DToque.Helen FasuloFarrar
121DPillbox.Threba JohnsonFarrar
72ACloche.A. J. SantoraFarrar
61DRelative of a nightcap.UnknownFarrar
30DMexican ___ dance.A. J. SantoraFarrar
32AMagician's item.UnknownFarrar
44DOld ___.UnknownFarrar
36ASymbol of political aspiration.UnknownFarrar
29DItem in the ring.UnknownFarrar
13DBusby.Sam LakeFarrar
46AFedora.Michael DubinFarrar
49APorkpie.Geraldine W. KingFarrar
44ABusby.Helen DelparFarrar
57DKepi.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
56DSombrero.S. A. KayFarrar
6DCloche.Herbert LyleFarrar
122DBonnet.George ArguimbauFarrar
43ASailor.Albert BlumFarrar
45APillbox.H. L. RisteenFarrar
54DFlowered profile.Herbert EttensonFarrar
46ABowler.Sam LakeFarrar
94APillbox.Ruth H. OliverFarrar
31ATen-gallon item.Natalie HankemeyerFarrar
4DPillbox.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
51AShako or busby.Edward BucklerFarrar
10DTen-gallon item.Thomas MeekinFarrar
59APolitician's trademark.UnknownFarrar
31ASailor, for instance.UnknownFarrar
42AHedda Hopper's specialty.UnknownFarrar
37DEaster finery.Thomas MeekinFarrar
31AF. H. La G.'s trade-mark.Harold T. BersFarrar
14DChapeau.Willard N. JordanFarrar
107AIris March's green ___.Thomas MeekinFarrar
14DRecent honor conferred on Archbishop Spellman.Harriot T. CookeFarrar
129AOffice of Cardinal.C. L. CrossFarrar
71DSombrero.P. J. LamannaFarrar
78DMedicine ___, city in Alberta, Canada.Hugh P. EvansFarrar
45A"Man and nature scorn the shocking ___."—Holmes.Charles KuhlsFarrar
149D"Off with your ___ as the flag goes by!"Louis ShieldsFarrar