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23 results for MEANEST

2 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
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Sunday, December 7, 2008118AMost grinchlikeJim Page
Thursday, September 8, 199444DMost ScroogelikeDaniel R. Stark

21 results for MEANEST from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Friday, May 28, 199326DClosest to the GrinchCathy MillhauserMaleska
Saturday, December 8, 199031DMost shabbyNancy JolineMaleska
Sunday, October 28, 19904DMost abjectPeter SwiftMaleska
Sunday, October 22, 198913DMost contemptiblePhyllis FehringerMaleska
Saturday, November 21, 198720AMost ignobleEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Friday, October 25, 19859DMost small-mindedDale O. BurgenerMaleska
Sunday, April 2, 197841DLeast magnanimousRichard SilvestriMaleska
Sunday, September 25, 19777DMost spitefulWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sunday, November 7, 197647AMost stingyNancy W. AtkinsonWeng
Sunday, January 28, 197358DMost sordidTanaquil Le ClerqWeng
Monday, March 9, 197041DMost contemptibleUnknownWeng
Friday, May 23, 19695DMost squalid.UnknownWeng
Sunday, September 17, 196167AMost ignoble.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sunday, February 15, 195998AMost paltry.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sunday, January 24, 1954102DMost miserly.Marion MoeserFarrar
Sunday, February 26, 19507DOf least value.S. K. FliegnerFarrar
Sunday, July 24, 1949112DMost shabby.Alice CookFarrar
Sunday, August 22, 1948106DMost parsimonious.Archie KreilingFarrar
Sunday, December 21, 1947124AShabbiest.Elizabeth JacksonFarrar
Sunday, June 4, 194459DHumblest.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sunday, November 8, 1942107DMost sordid.Louis BaronFarrar