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83 results for HELL

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

59AFrequent Bosch settingCaleb Madison
10AWhere to go "for the company," per Mark TwainMel Rosen
91AFire place? (2)Timothy Polin
73AIt's divided into nine circlesPatrick Berry
9DFire place? (2)Patrick Berry
10DDante's "Inferno"Greg Johnson
4D"A half-filled auditorium," to FrostPeter Wentz
110DEpitome of hotnessDavid Phillips
16ASubject of Dante's "Inferno"Ed Sessa
3DSomething to catch from scolding parentsIan Livengood
46DThe pitsJim Page
39AMiseryThomas Heilman
59DSatan's domainFred Piscop
40DHadesC. W. Stewart
35D"War is ___" (2)Patrick Blindauer
29D"A place where you have nothing to do but amuse yourself": ShawManny Nosowsky
39DIt may be raised at a partyPaula Gamache
26AThe pitManny Nosowsky
28AWhat may be raised at celebrationsNancy Nicholson Joline
31DSomething to catch or raisePatrick Berry
59DExtreme tormentAlan Arbesfeld
54DFiery placePatrick Berry
56DLiving ___M. Francis Vuolo
22ASomething to pay?Patrick D. Berry
41DHot spotBill Zais and Nancy Salomon
16AParadise's oppositeNancy Salomon
11DScratch pad?Richard Silvestri
5AWhat partyers raiseCathy Millhauser
70DAlternative to high waterFrank Longo
117AHigh water alternativeCharles M. Deber
56D"War is ___" (2)S. Spadaccini
52DSite of 7-DownB. Jorgensen
27DHigh water's partnerG. E. Paul
58D"Drat!' magnifiedR. Ross
58DTerrible rigorGregory E. Paul
35D"The Divine Comedy" localeRobert H. Wolfe

1 result for HELL from Variety puzzles.

Oct 19, 1997diagramless58AWar, to ShermanFred Piscop

46 results for HELL from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

5DTartarusMary S. SnyderMaleska
10DThing sometimes given or caughtRonald C. HirschfeldMaleska
30ABase placeJim PageMaleska
2DHadesEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
23DGehennaBetty JorgensenMaleska
23D"___ hath no fury . . . "Norma SteinbergMaleska
26DPandemoniumEli WesoffMaleska
14AWord with bent or diverArthur W. PalmerMaleska
54DSheolAlbert J. KlausMaleska
67A"___ hath no fury . . . "Larry GoldhirschMaleska
62DHeaven's oppositeAlbert J. KlausMaleska
56ATophet or GehennaEli WesoffMaleska
11DPerditionCharlotte ShoreMaleska
82APerditionWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
13ASite of Milton's PandemoniumWilliam CanineMaleska
87DWar, to ShermanGeorge Rose SmithMaleska
99DPerditionTap OsbornMaleska
53D"War is ___": ShermanGrace FabbroniMaleska
42ADante localeAnthony B. CanningWeng
48DWar, to ShermanJean J. DavisonWeng
86ASherman's word for warFrances HansenWeng
35A"___ hath no fury . . . "UnknownWeng
40AWar, in a quoteUnknownWeng
21AState of miseryUnknownWeng
54A___ on wheelsUnknownWeng
58D___ diver (grebe)UnknownWeng
98DState of miseryFrances HansenWeng
69ASynonym for war.Leonard SussmanFarrar
54DDantean setting.UnknownFarrar
23D___ Gate, part of the East River.Joseph S. CrowellFarrar
65AInferno.Herbert EttensonFarrar
53DWar.H. L. RisteenFarrar
42ASheol.Marcia GladstoneFarrar
12D___ Gate, section of the East River.Walt ClarkFarrar
14AThe powers of evil.Thomas MeekinFarrar
33ATophet.Harold T. BersFarrar
7DGehenna.Ralph HendersonFarrar
110AScene of first part of "Divine Comedy."Thomas MeekinFarrar
106DA division of Dante’s “Commedia.”Thomas MeekinFarrar
48AWar.Louis JenkinsFarrar
8DGambling-house.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar