5 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for IRONIST.
|Saturday, August 8, 2015||41D||One who's full of surprises?||Alan Arbesfeld|
|Tuesday, December 30, 2014||45A||Jonathan Swift, notably||Jeffrey Wechsler|
|Sunday, November 28, 2010||124A||One using twisted humor||Jeremy Newton|
|Saturday, June 20, 2009||12D||Writer whose words are twisted?||Brad Wilber|
|Sunday, August 10, 2003||8D||One who uses words in ways opposite of their literal meaning||Cathy Millhauser|
10 results for IRONIST from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Thursday, November 23, 1989||59A||Writer of satire||Joy L. Wouk||Maleska|
|Sunday, August 13, 1989||105A||Writer of ridicule||Nancy W. Atkinson||Maleska|
|Saturday, May 23, 1981||43D||Socrates, at times||Joe Clonick||Maleska|
|Sunday, December 7, 1975||117A||Writer of satire||Barbara Gillis||Weng|
|Sunday, October 11, 1964||54D||A mordant wit.||Jack Luzzatto||Farrar|
|Sunday, January 10, 1960||122A||Master of sarcasm.||Jack Luzzatto||Farrar|
|Sunday, January 20, 1957||98A||Wry humorist.||Jack Luzzatto||Farrar|
|Sunday, August 12, 1956||43D||Type of writer.||Diana Sessions||Farrar|
|Sunday, October 9, 1949||84A||Satirist.||Elizabeth Jackson||Farrar|
|Sunday, August 1, 1943||67A||Person given to sarcasm.||Bert Storey||Farrar|