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140 results for KEEL

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

23ABottom of the sea?Peter Wentz
40APlace for barnaclesPaolo Pasco
41DOcean bottom?Tom McCoy
21ASomething often described as "even"Susan Gelfand
19ASomething a scow lacksJacob Stulberg
9DWhat's even on a ship?Daniel Raymon
33DWhat a ship's ribs are connected toTimothy Polin
124AShipbuilder's starting pointCaleb Madison
43DTopple (over)Joel Fagliano
101ABeam from one end to the otherPatrick Berry
9DStart for a shipbuilderPatrick Merrell
115DBow attachmentElizabeth C. Gorski
60DBoat's backbone (3)Steven Riley
70DBottom of the ocean?James F. C. Burns
12DNautical bottomAdam Cohen
25AF-GDaniel A. Finan
76DFall (over) (5)Elizabeth C. Gorski
89AIt should be even (2)Bob Klahn
39ANautical stabilizerAlan Arbesfeld
4DPart of a hullJanet Bender
47DIt runs from stem to sternFred Piscop
18AShip, to a poetRobert H. Wolfe
113AShip partHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
1AFall (over) (5)Adam Cohen
38DFrigate partCathy Millhauser
13DStem-to-stern itemDerrick Niederman
63DShip's backboneBarbara Olson
29AFall (over) (5)Tyler Hinman
36DIt goes from stem to stern (2)Alan Arbesfeld
16DHull partCathy Millhauser
55AThe constellation CarinaManny Nosowsky
64ANautical centerpiecePatrick Berry
33AHull projectionPeter Gordon
59DBoat's backbone (3)Fred Piscop
8DFall (over) (5)Peter Abide
68ALongitudinal boat timberMichael S. Maurer
58AShip's spineNancy Schuster
8DShip's central beamE. C. Gorski
24AShip, in poesyW. Canine
13DBoat's bottomR. Zimmerman
52DFall (over) (5)D.J. DeChristopher
44AFall in a faint, with "over"Diane C. Baldwin
104AIt should be even (2)Coral Amende
43A"Dallas" actor HowardBernice Gordon
1AIt goes from stem to stern (2)Harvey Estes
40ABoat's backbone (3)Bob Lubbers
36DHull attachmentPeter Gordon

93 results for KEEL from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

12DHull structureJoel D. LafargueTaub
12DBoat-bottom timberEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
31AHoward of musicalsLouis SabinMaleska
18D___ over (capsize)Norma SteinbergMaleska
13DActor-singer from Ill.Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
46DShip partMelvin KenworthyMaleska
44AShip partJoy L. WoukMaleska
55DDoyen in "Dallas"Jesse RoarkeMaleska
62AHoward of "Show Boat"Kenneth HaxtonMaleska
97ABoat-bottom timberA.J. SantoraMaleska
33AShip partJoy L. WoukMaleska
59DBoat-bottom timberChristopher SherwoodMaleska
31DHoward of musicalsWalter CovellMaleska
40ABoat-bottom timberSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
64ASchooner's spineChristopher SherwoodMaleska
58ACapsize, with "over"Judith PerryMaleska
39ABoat's central structureJudith PerryMaleska
57DHoward of musicalsBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
61DActor-singer HowardJames R. BurnsMaleska
56ARed stains for marking lumberMartha J. DeWittMaleska
6APart of a ketchMichael J. ParrisMaleska
31D___ over (faint)Mary S. SnyderMaleska
21AShip's partFrank GearyMaleska
65DSinger HowardBert RosenfieldMaleska
25ABoat partPeter SwiftMaleska
23AShip featureWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
120ACarinaTap OsbornMaleska
60A___ over (capsize)Bob BermanMaleska
64AHoward of musical comedy fameBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
21DBackbone of a shipJim ModneyMaleska
17AShip's bottom timberNikki TenfeldeMaleska
106DShip's backboneJohn M. SamsonMaleska
11DHoward from Ill.Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
61AShip sectionHerb L. RisteenMaleska
42D___ over (capsize)JohnsonMaleska
27DShip partHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
119ABoat-bottom timberJim PageMaleska
60AShip, synecdochicallyDorothea E. ShippMaleska
13DBoat-bottom timberJeanette K. BrillMaleska
44ASinger HowardElaine D. SchorrMaleska
54ANautical backboneDennis ListortWeng
55DKeep on an even ___Dennis ListortWeng
104AShip, to poetsRaymond F. EisnerWeng
55DCapsize, with "over"Michael EisenbergWeng
99AOn an even ___Jack WherryWeng
49DCapsize, with "over"A. J. SantoraWeng
10DShip partUnknownWeng
28DBackbone of a sortUnknownWeng
64ATip, with “over”UnknownWeng
8DShip featureUnknownWeng
22AShip's backboneUnknownWeng
18DMayflower partUnknownWeng
11DShip partUnknownWeng
44ASinger HowardUnknownWeng
40AShip partMarjorie K. CollinsWeng
51ABoat featureUnknownWeng
99DShip partBert BeamanWeng
18AShip: Poet.William LutwiniakFarrar
58AShip part.W. E. JonesFarrar
32AShip's main timber.UnknownFarrar
86AShip: Poet.Anne FoxFarrar
31DShip: Poet.UnknownFarrar
18A___ over (capsize).UnknownFarrar
50DShip: Poet.UnknownFarrar
62AShip: Poet.UnknownFarrar
29AShip: Poet.W. E. JonesFarrar
75DPart of a ship.Diana SessionsFarrar
25DShip: Poet.Jules ArensbergFarrar
21AOn an even ___.UnknownFarrar
13DShip's chief timber.UnknownFarrar
55DPart of a ship.UnknownFarrar
62AShip: Poet.UnknownFarrar
64ASupport for a ship's frame.UnknownFarrar
68AShip: Poet.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
36DRelative of a centerboard.UnknownFarrar
45ABarge to carry coal from Newcastle.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
12DShip section.H. L. RisteenFarrar
35DShip's main timber.Thomas MeekinFarrar
12DShip: Poet.Jules ArensbergFarrar
25AChief timber of a vessel.Louis SabinFarrar
63AShip: Poet.H. L. RisteenFarrar
5DStar in "Kismet."Harold T. BersFarrar
26APart of a ship.UnknownFarrar
47A___ over (upset).Mel TaubFarrar
19AVital ship's timber.UnknownFarrar
24DPart of a ship's frame.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
56APoetically, a ship.George HendersonFarrar
27A104-ft. part of the United States.UnknownFarrar
43DKin of thwart and gunwale.UnknownFarrar
31APart of a ship.Ethel LeStrangeFarrar
4DA ship.UnknownFarrar
34AA ship: Poet.W. E. JonesFarrar