24 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for ICEIN.
|Fri Sep 28, 2018||4D||Strand during the winter, say||Kameron Austin Collins|
|Fri Mar 23, 2018||58A||Trap until it gets warmer, say||Erik Agard|
|Sat Jan 13, 2018||26D||Strand during a storm, maybe||Alan DerKazarian|
|Sat Jul 29, 2017||50A||Trap during a ski trip, say||Erik Agard|
|Sat Sep 10, 2016||20A||Block at an airport, perhaps||Peter Wentz|
|Wed Jun 1, 2016||5D||Strand at a ski lodge, maybe||Wren Schultz|
|Sun Jul 19, 2015||43D||Strand because of cold weather, say||Tom McCoy|
|Fri Mar 1, 2013||11D||Block during a blizzard||Doug Peterson and Brad Wilber|
|Thu Nov 8, 2012||61A||Trap during winter, perhaps||Damon J. Gulczynski|
|Sun Jun 7, 2009||104D||Trap during winter, maybe||Jeremy Newton|
|Thu Sep 18, 2008||15A||Strand, somehow||Mike Nothnagel|
|Tue Jan 30, 2007||14A||Make housebound, say, in the winter||Nancy Salomon|
|Wed Apr 5, 2006||58A||Keep ashore, due to cold weather||Patrick Merrell|
|Tue Jan 10, 2006||15A||Leave stranded by a winter storm||David J. Kahn|
|Mon Oct 31, 2005||18A||Strand, as during a blizzard||Jim Hyres|
|Thu Aug 4, 2005||52D||Strand, in a way||Elizabeth C. Gorski|
|Sat Jun 4, 2005||49A||Strand up north, say||Byron Walden|
|Sat Dec 25, 2004||44A||Trap at a ski lodge, say||Byron Walden|
|Sun Jan 25, 2004||76D||Isolate during the winter||Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon|
|Sun Aug 24, 2003||67D||Isolate, possibly||Patrick Berry|
|Wed Jan 15, 2003||58A||Strand in winter, maybe||Brendan Emmett Quigley|
|Thu Apr 4, 2002||18A||Cause winter isolation||Trip Payne|
|Thu May 17, 2001||7D||Make housebound, as by bad weather||David J. Kahn|
|Tue Sep 19, 2000||30A||Leave stranded in the Arctic, say||Myles Callum|
1 result for ICEIN from Variety puzzles.
|Nov 2, 2008||diagramless||46A||Trap at a ski resort, say||Patrick Blindauer|
3 results for ICEIN from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Wed Oct 16, 1991||22D||"Seek roses in December, ___ June": Byron||Martin Ashwood-Smith||Maleska|
|Fri Jul 26, 1991||36D||Freeze over, as a port||Jim Page||Maleska|
|Sun Jan 14, 1968||25D||Tie up for the winter.||Bert Beaman||Farrar|