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96 results for ITALIAN

11 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for ITALIAN.

DateGridClueAuthor
57ADressing typeDavid Phillips
4DLike "Cinema Paradiso"Ashton Anderson
2DWith 49-Down, its form follows the pattern of the circled lettersJeff Dubner
16AWith 55-Across, description of 23-, 36- and 44-AcrossSusan Harrington Smith
41DFrom Tuscany, e.g.Gary Steinmehl
50ARanch alternativeHarvey Estes
95DLike pizzaRoy Leban
43DPopular cuisinePatrick Berry
8DLike "scaloppine"Mark Diehl
18ABellini or Fellini, e.g.Trip Payne
11DType of dressingHarvey Estes

1 result for ITALIAN from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Feb 14, 2010acrosticH"The story is extant, and writ in choice ___" ("Hamlet," Act III)Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon

84 results for ITALIAN from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
105AA Romance languageAlex F. BlackMaleska
39AMarco Polo, e.g.James L. BeattyMaleska
97ADurante's heritageCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
54AKind of handBernard MerenMaleska
50ALanguage of LeonardoRhonda KrausMaleska
17ALeghorn nativeEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
38DKind of handRhonda KrausMaleska
46DKind of handBert RosenfieldMaleska
42AColumbus was oneA. J. SantoraMaleska
25DNative of LeghornRichard N. Platt, Jr.Maleska
36DMendelssohn symphony: 1833Bernice GordonMaleska
40DNative of LeghornFrank GearyMaleska
43AKind of bread or sonnetTap OsbornWeng
32DDuse, for oneJay SpryWeng
35DRoman or PisanJack LuzzattoWeng
57ASiena residentUnknownWeng
29AMendelssohn's fourthUnknownWeng
82DFermi's nationalityRoss L. Jamison Jr.Weng
55A___ roast coffee.UnknownWeng
101DRomance languageEugene T. MaleskaWeng
9DMarconi, for one.UnknownFarrar
43DCapriote.UnknownFarrar
25DRomance language.UnknownFarrar
17ARomance language.UnknownFarrar
11DNationality.UnknownFarrar
39DVerdi, for one.UnknownFarrar
5DMan from Tuscany.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
52AEtrurian.UnknownFarrar
5DNative of Leghorn.Kathryn RighterFarrar
2DLanguage.Cora GoodmanFarrar
24ALanguage.Thomas MeekinFarrar
113APresent fashion trend.Harry GluckFarrar
43DEtruscan.Roberta MorseFarrar
61AMendelssohn's "___ Symphony."UnknownFarrar
24AType of sonnet.Sam LakeFarrar
26DLanguage.Diana SessionsFarrar
55ANative of Leghorn.Anthony MorseFarrar
68AEuropean.UnknownFarrar
38ARomance language.Herbert EttensonFarrar
16ALollabrigida, for instance.UnknownFarrar
3DOne of the Rivieras.Marian MoeserFarrar
42DScelba or Einaudi.UnknownFarrar
42DRomance language.Paula BauersmithFarrar
1DEinaudi, for instance.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
44DPerennial opera lover.William S. WoodsFarrar
31DFanfani is one.Harold T. BersFarrar
21ALanguage.Herbert EttensonFarrar
58AKind of dance the saltarello is.Thomas MeekinFarrar
22AEinaudi's language.Thomas MeekinFarrar
104DNative of Cap Spartivento.Thomas MeekinFarrar
122ARomance language.Ralph AndersonFarrar
55ACarlo Sforza, for instance.UnknownFarrar
130ASforza, for instance.Waldo RansonFarrar
29AA language.Willard JordanFarrar
36ANative of Leghorn.UnknownFarrar
62ATogliatti's nationality.UnknownFarrar
43DOne of President Einaudi's people.UnknownFarrar
35DRomance language.Charles CrossFarrar
37DEx-King Humbert's nationality.J. F. KellyFarrar
50D___ sonnet.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
137ADe Gasperi is one.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
65DLanguage.S. K. FliegnerFarrar
63DCount Sforza is one.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
129ASilone's tongue.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
27ANative of Leghorn.D. G. CaywoodFarrar
55DRomola's race.Thomas MeekinFarrar
53DNative of newly established republic.P. J. LamannaFarrar
67DThe tongue of Boccaccio.Thomas MeekinFarrar
102DNative of Leghorn.Harriot T. CookeFarrar
33ALanguage spoken by 5 per cent of the Swiss.Louis JenkinsFarrar
64DHeartbreak front.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
150ACroce’s language.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
123DCampaign under Gen. Alexander.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
122DRomance tongue.Jonathan CrossFarrar
160ALanguage of Benedetto Croce.Willard N. JordanFarrar
22APeninsula where Americans are fighting.Willard N. JordanFarrar
26ANative of Massico Ridge.W. W. WebsterFarrar
9DReluctant Axis supporter.J. C. DoesburgFarrar
66DRomance language.Willard N. JordanFarrar
134ACampaigner in North Africa.J. C. DoesburgFarrar
32AInhabitant of Europe's "under belly."P. Joseph LamannaFarrar
66DFascist.Bert StoreyFarrar
46AMussolini is one.Alvin AshbyFarrar
60DEuropean.Jack LuzzattoFarrar