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140 results for MAAM

63 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for ma'am.

DateGridClueAuthor
6D"Just the facts, ___" (3)Ross Trudeau
15ARespectful term of addressNate Cardin
32ASir's counterpart (7)Evan Kalish
50AWord from a hat tipper, perhapsBruce Haight
114AHat-tipping wordFrancis Heaney and Brendan Emmett Quigley
1D"Yes, ___" (8)Iain S. Padley
10D"Thank you, ___" (2)Tim Croce
25ATitle with an apostrophe in the middleDavid Steinberg and Bruce Leban
81DThe "m" of "yes'm"Jeff Chen
11ACowboy-to-lady addressPatrick Berry
53DTitle with an apostropheMichael Ashley
43DSir's counterpart, informallyEd Sessa
1ATerm of address from a hat-tipper (2)H. David Goering
33A"Just the facts, ___" (3)Ian Livengood
26DSir's counterpart (7)Patrick McIntyre
56D"Yes, ___" (gent's reply)Tim Croce
21ASir's counterpart (7)Daniel Landman
21AWhat to call a lady (4)Paula Gamache
12DTerm of address for a ladyKevin G. Der
30DSir's counterpart (7)Tony Orbach
26DSir's counterpart (7)Mike Buckley
30ATerm of address from a hat-tipper (2)Sarah Keller
6ASir's complementStephen Edward Anderson
60DWord said while tipping one's hatAlan Arbesfeld
61A"My dear lady"Kelsey Blakley
78AWord said with a tip o' the hatManny Nosowsky
26DHat-tipper's word (3)Paula Gamache
55DPalindromic titleAdam Cohen
51D"Just the facts, ___" (3)Nancy Salomon and Kyle Mahowald
34DWhat to call a lady (4)Mark Diehl
41AWoman, to a waiterPatrick Merrell
29ASir's partner (4)Barry Silk
43AFriday addressee?Jim Page
28DSir's counterpart (7)Gregory E. Paul
6AMiss alternativeDana Motley
32ASir's partner (4)Patrick Berry
40A"Yes, ___" (8)Frank A. Longo
30A"Yes, ___" (8)James Rogers
6AWhat to call a lady (4)Mark Diehl
58DWord with yes, no or thank youDavid Ainslie Macleod
3DMiss, eventually?Peter Gordon
52DHat-tipper's word (3)Randall J. Hartman
9A"Yes, ___" (8)Peter Gordon
65ASir's partner (4)Richard Hughes
60DWebb address?Bob and Sharon Klahn
26AThank-you-___Dave Tuller
28DTerm of politenessJoe DiPietro
65A"Thank you, ___!" (2)Jim Page
37AWord for a ladyJohn Scott Marrone
6DSir's counterpart (7)Peter Gordon
28A"Yes, ___" (8)Shannon Burns
34DSir's partner (4)Joel D. Lafargue
41AWhat to call a lady (4)Robert H. Wolfe
49A"Yes, ___" (8)Manny Nosowsky
61AWhat a cowboy calls a ladyS. Spadaccini
6D"Yes, ___!" (8)R. Norris
24AHat tipper's word (3)Chuck Deodene
15ASir's oppositeGregory E. Paul
5AAddress for a ladyLois Sidway
9APolite form of addressBette Sue Cohen
16D"Yes, _____!" (8)Frances Hansen
5APalindromic term of addressErnie Furtado
91DPolite addressR.M. Hopkins

4 results for MAAM from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Dec 3, 2017cryptic24DLady looking both ways (4)Daniel Raymon
Feb 28, 2016diagramless21AHat-tipper's wordFred Piscop
Oct 12, 2003diagramless13DEnd of a Sgt. Friday catchphraseFred Piscop
Aug 31, 2003diagramless20ASir's counterpartTrip Payne

73 results for MAAM from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
78DPolite form of addressMichael J. ParrisMaleska
53ATerm of respectNorma SteinbergMaleska
3DThank-you-___ (road bump)Louis SabinMaleska
58APalindromic titleMartin Ashwood-SmithMaleska
10AThank-you-___ (road bump)Bert H. KruseMaleska
11DThank-you-___ (bump in a road)Mimi MoodyMaleska
37DPalindromic contractionNorma SteinbergMaleska
37AThank-you-___ (road bump)Barry L. CohenMaleska
48DAddress to a queenRashMaleska
1DRoyal form of addressJames R. BurnsMaleska
61APolite term of addressWilliam CanineMaleska
69AContraction after "yes"Bert RosenfieldMaleska
1DElizabeth II, to ThatcherEli WesoffMaleska
6AVictoria, to DisraeliMurphyMaleska
54DThank-you-___ (road bump)Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
27DThank-you-___ (bump)Julian OchrymowychMaleska
34ATitle, for shortJoel D. LafargueMaleska
33AThank-you-___ (bump in a road)Samuel K. FliegnerMaleska
67ASalutation to a queenJamesMaleska
5AThank-you-___William LutwiniakMaleska
30DServant's wordDavid A. ScullyMaleska
34DSir's counterpartGaarderMaleska
36DForm of addressFrank GearyMaleska
38DContraction often used by servantsHerb L. RisteenMaleska
1AContraction used by servants and childrenElaine D. SchorrMaleska
1DServant's contractionBert BeamanMaleska
95DQueenly addressAnne FoxWeng
1AThank-you ___ (road bump)John PrytzWeng
36AForm of addressJ. A. FelkerWeng
24DWord of address to a ladyBaronWeng
26DWord to a ladyWilliam D. WilsonWeng
32DWord for a ladyJean ReedWeng
21DWord of address to a queenChet CurrierWeng
4D"Yes ___"Jordan S. LasherWeng
101DAddress for a queenThomas SheehanWeng
1DForm of addressSara V. TuckermanWeng
48DRoyal term of addressUnknownWeng
9A"Yes, ___"UnknownWeng
53DWord to a ladyLouise EarnestWeng
25AAddress to English queenUnknownWeng
41DTerm of addressUnknownWeng
47DPolite term.UnknownWeng
54DWord of respect.UnknownWeng
35AForm of address.Bernice GordonFarrar
103DPolite term of address.S. LambertFarrar
28DTerm of address.UnknownFarrar
8AForm of address.UnknownFarrar
1ATerm of polite address.Manny MillerFarrar
8DIn 54 Down, "My lady."William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
10ATerm of polite address.UnknownFarrar
42AForm of address.UnknownFarrar
10ATerm of address.UnknownFarrar
13DTitle of respect.UnknownFarrar
5ATerm of polite address.UnknownFarrar
73DYes, ___!A. J. SantoraFarrar
50ATerm of polite address.UnknownFarrar
15ATerm of address.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
1APolite term of address.UnknownFarrar
18DFeminine title.Jules ArensbergFarrar
6ARoyal form of address.UnknownFarrar
1DCorrect way to address Queen Elizabeth.UnknownFarrar
3D"Just the facts, ___."UnknownFarrar
1ATerm of polite address.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
10ATerm of polite address.UnknownFarrar
85ATerm of polite address.W. E. JonesFarrar
43DColloquial term of address.UnknownFarrar
12DTerm of address used to the Queen.Paula BauersmithFarrar
5AFeminine title.Helen FasuloFarrar
5A"Just the facts, ___."Morton BraunFarrar
31AColloquial form of address.Thomas MeekinFarrar
1DThank-you-___, a bump in a road.UnknownFarrar
73ATitle of address to a queen.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
127AProper way to address the Queen of England.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar