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139 results for HOMER

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

19ADoughnut-loving toonDavid Steinberg
51AHit a four-baggerRoss Trudeau
131ADad who says "D'oh!"Patrick Merrell
7AExample of 22- and of 65-AcrossCharles M. Deber
57AHit one outLynn Lempel
21AHit one out of the parkTimothy Polin
59DGo yard, in baseball slangJim Hilger
4DBuyer of Squishees from 62-AcrossJason Flinn
26DSee 8-AcrossJohn Lieb
37DIt's a long shotDavid Steinberg
28DFour-bagger (5)Randall J. Hartman
50D"Breezing Up (A Fair Wind)" artist, 1876Mike Nothnagel
10AWho wrote "By their own follies they perished, the fools"Jeff Chen
4AOriginator of the phrase "rosy-fingered dawn"Oliver Hill and Eliza Bagg
37AFour-bagger (5)Randy Sowell
57ABase-clearing hitGilbert H. Ludwig
39D"The Simpsons" dadAndrea C. Michaels
53AIt goes over the wallTyler Hinman
54ABatter's hopeLee Glickstein and Craig Kasper
15AFour-bagger (5)Lynn Lempel
25AFour-bagger (5)Elizabeth C. Gorski
67AFour-bagger (5)Gregory E. Paul
44DMcGwire specialtyGreg Staples
28DQuite a hitRichard Chisholm
15AMcGwire blastMyles Callum
30DSemilegendary Greek poetMatt Gaffney
46DNoted marine watercoloristNorman S. Wizer
66DHit out of the parkErnie Furtado

111 results for HOMER from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

15ATriple topperWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
83DFamed epicistCalista LuminatiMaleska
26DFather of 1 DownArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
59ARuth specialtyEli WesoffMaleska
35DA SimpsonMichael A. RampinoMaleska
16ABart Simpson's fatherEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
113AA SimpsonVirginia YatesMaleska
46D"Launching the Boat" painterDaniel GirardiMaleska
51DGreat epicistAlbert J. KlausMaleska
53DHe painted "The Life-Line"Bert RosenfieldMaleska
104DHe painted "Maine Coast"Edward MarcheseMaleska
48DAn epic clout?William S. McIlrathMaleska
12D"Iliad" authorGayle DeanMaleska
43AKingman cloutJohn M. SamsonMaleska
17AArtist Winslow ___Evelyn BenshoofMaleska
12DNoted bardLouis SabinMaleska
24DSlugger's questSam Bellotto, Jr.Maleska
43AGreat epicistEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
1AFour-baggerWilliam CanineMaleska
98D"Maine Coast" painterMargaret RigbyMaleska
26D"Northeaster" painterHugh McElroyMaleska
6DWinslow ___, U.S. artistBernice GordonMaleska
9DMarine painterWilliam J. YskampMaleska
53APoet who lived before 700 B.C.William JarvisMaleska
37DWinslow, the artistTap OsbornMaleska
22AMarine painterDavid J. Pohl and John M. SamsonMaleska
43AHe painted "Launching the Boat"Carol DuttingMaleska
25DHe painted "The Life Line"Raymond F. EisnerMaleska
48DFenway Park thrillWeilMaleska
9DPainter WinslowTap OsbornMaleska
12DFour-baggerA. J. SantoraMaleska
10DHe painted "The Life Line"Louis BaronMaleska
46DAaron's forteWilliam LutwiniakWeng
34AGrand-slam item, at timesElio DesiderioWeng
48DHank Aaron's poetHenry HookWeng
85DPainter WinslowJoseph LaFauciWeng
20AFour-baggerFrances HansenWeng
14AGreek poetVirginia ButlerWeng
20AAaron's forteJ. A. FelkerWeng
34ABases-loaded thrillDorothy CannanWeng
27DAaron's specialtyJohn FinchWeng
40DWriter of epicsDeoliseWeng
46DWinslowBert H. KruseWeng
44AU. S. marine painterUnknownWeng
9ABallpark thrillUnknownWeng
8AEpic poetUnknownWeng
39DAaron specialtyUnknownWeng
41AHitter's jackpotUnknownWeng
34DLong hitUnknownWeng
40AU. S. artistUnknownWeng
69ABaseball thrillHume R. CraftWeng
14ABaseball thrillUnknownWeng
50DGreek poetArthur SchulmanWeng
47DGrand slam, at timesUnknownWeng
62AEpic writerUnknownWeng
62AU.S. painterUnknownWeng
14AAaron's forteUnknownWeng
18ATrained pigeon.UnknownWeng
52DBaseball thrill.UnknownWeng
90DBig hitH. L. RisteenWeng
43DBig hit.UnknownWeng
51DDiamond feat.UnknownFarrar
54DArtist Winslow.UnknownFarrar
5DBaseball term.UnknownFarrar
33ABlind poet.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
25DClassic poet.UnknownFarrar
3DMantle's specialty.UnknownFarrar
14ABlind poet.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
64APigeon of a kind.William LutwiniakFarrar
29ATrained pigeon.UnknownFarrar
7DWinslow of art.UnknownFarrar
91DAmerican painter.W. E. JonesFarrar
132DOne-sided referee: Slang.Will WengFarrar
16AArtist on a U.S. stamp.UnknownFarrar
67AAmerican artist.Bernice GordonFarrar
14ABatter's dream.UnknownFarrar
8DGreat name in literature.UnknownFarrar
37DPoet of genius.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
28DGreek with a lyre.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
16DFormer opera singer.UnknownFarrar
42DType of run.UnknownFarrar
26AGreat poet.UnknownFarrar
34DIt's often scored in RBI column.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
45DName famous for 3,000 years.UnknownFarrar
25ASenator Capehart.UnknownFarrar
33AWell-known name in opera.Madeline CorseFarrar
24ALiterary great.Madeline CorseFarrar
56A"Going, going, gone!"Jack LuzzattoFarrar
18DRhodes' specialty.Herbert EttensonFarrar
97AAmerican painter.Israel GitterFarrar
72AFan's bonanza.Marion MoeserFarrar
34DSenator Capehart.UnknownFarrar
42ARosen or Sauer specialty.UnknownFarrar
46DThomson's sank the Dodgers.UnknownFarrar
53DSenators Capehart or Ferguson.UnknownFarrar
52AGil Hodges' specialty.UnknownFarrar
42AIt can score 4 runs.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
1ASenator Capeheart of Indiana.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
59AThe first European poet.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
53DSenator Ferguson.S. A. KayFarrar
6DNonstop circuit.UnknownFarrar
46DCircuit clout.Robert HeglerFarrar
56ASenator Ferguson.Lester KeeneFarrar
16DGreek poet.Willard N. JordanFarrar
48DAmerican artist (1836–1910).W. W. WebsterFarrar
8DNoted American contralto.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar
1DEpic poet.Louis ShieldsFarrar