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198 results for NOUN

76 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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DateGridClueAuthor
36AWhat you may call it? (3)Morton J. Mendelson
23DSomething drawn when landing on a yellow square in PictionaryPatrick Merrell
54DPerson, place or thingAndrea Carla Michaels
48DPluralizable thingKeiran King
43DWhat an adjective modifiesBruce Haight
67DRock, paper or scissorsTracy Gray
29AWord that can be commonPeter Wentz
17DFollower of "a" or "the," oftenZhouqin Burnikel
12DWhat "n." means in a dictionaryJoel Fagliano
68AAn example of itselfTom McCoy
47DOne might appear next to an articleDan Schoenholz
59AMad Libs labelPaul Hunsberger
11DA follower?David Steinberg
45AWhat an article may refer toJosh Knapp
25DPluralizable wordSteve Blais
35AWhat you may call it? (3)David J. Kahn
38AMad Libs specificationJoe Krozel
50ATrick or treat, e.g.Jim Horne and Jeff Chen
92AWhatchamacallit? (2)Paula Gamache and Ed Stein
30DIt may be declinedWill Nediger
68AVerb go-withAndrea Carla Michaels and Ashish Vengsarkar
84AYou name it (5)Kelsey Blakley
38DYou name it (5)Robert W. Harris
3DObject, e.g.Karen M. Tracey
18DVerb accompanier (2)Sarah Keller
16AGerund, e.g.Steve Kahn
33AAdjective follower (2)Steve Kahn
79AWhat you may call it (3)Patrick Berry
19AIt may be proper (5)Sarah Keller
50AWord that's an example of itself (2)Nancy Salomon
55DVerb preceder, usuallyLynn Lempel
3DProper ___ (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
15AYou name it (5)Daniel C. Bryant
75DThing, e.g.Frank Longo
58DIt may be proper (5)Adam Cohen
30DVerb preceder (3)David J. Kahn
34AHook, line or sinkerRoy Leban
45ASelf-identifying wordBob Frank and Nancy Salomon
30ASubject, usually (3)Myles Callum
20ASubject wordPatrick Berry
16AWord before a verb, maybeAlan Arbesfeld
42AIt may be abstractElizabeth C. Gorski
58ASentence subject, usuallyJim Hyres
56AIt may be subject to modificationRich Norris
59DIt could be properJanice M. Putney
68AWhatchamacallit? (2)Manny Nosowsky
38DSomething in writing?Peter Gordon
34AVerb preceder (3)Thomas W. Schier
32DSentence subject, oftenTodd McClary
82DWord that's an example of itself (2)Greg Staples
2DAdjective follower (2)Peter Gordon
50AOne may be properA. J. Santora
12DSentence starterNorman S. Wizer
37AVerb, for exampleLeslie Billig
23DFriend or foe, e.g.Rich Norris
9DProper ___ (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
33AIt may be proper (5)Nancy S. Ross
131AIt may be commonFred Piscop
19DWhat "-ence" formsCathy Millhauser
8DWord ending in "o" in EsperantoNancy Salomon
27A61-Across, for exampleDavid J. Kahn
11DVerb accompanier (2)Daniel Halfen
3DVerb preceder (3)Mark Elliot Skolsky
26DCommon thing?Richard Silvestri
11DYou name it (5)C. Millhauser
44DPraser's concernR. Norris
57ASubject, usually (3)M. Gaffney
56AIt stands for somethingD. C. Baldwin
59AYou name it (5)A. Micci
8DIt may be proper (5)Frank A. Longo
32DSubject, usually (3)Mary E. Brindamour
49ASentence subject (2)Robert Malinow
75ASentence subject (2)Bryant White
23AIt may be proper (5)Randy Sowell
34AExample, for exampleCathy Millhauser
59AGrammatical subjectJames Neal

122 results for NOUN from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
24DPart of speechMary S. SnyderMaleska
37DCommon or proper wordAlfio MicciMaleska
25DCommon or proper wordJeff HerringtonMaleska
18DPart of speechNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
11DSpeech partEileen LexauMaleska
39ASubstantiveEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
50DPart of speechLois SidwayMaleska
55DSpeech or part of speechSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
15AIt is sometimes properWilson McBeathMaleska
90DSubstantiveThomas W. UnderhillMaleska
40DPart of speechRhonda KrausMaleska
35ACat or mouse, e.g.Bernice GordonMaleska
40DSpeech partWalter CovellMaleska
31DThis may be a subjectJoel D. LafargueMaleska
18AThis may be properEileen LexauMaleska
17DParsing wordEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
2DThis may be properMartha J. DeWittMaleska
54ASpeech partRalph G. BeamanMaleska
48APart of speechMary C. WhittenMaleska
57AThis may be properJoel D. LafargueMaleska
4DGrammar itemWhittenMaleska
68ACommon or proper wordPeter SwiftMaleska
64APart of speechWalter CovellMaleska
53DPart of speechAlbert J. KlausMaleska
55DPart of speechSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
3DVerb's object, usuallyPeter SwiftMaleska
60A"America" is a proper oneJeffrey A. MercerMaleska
3DWord that may be parsedBrett A. BlaylockMaleska
11DCommon or proper wordAlfio MicciMaleska
2DParsing wordVirginia P. AbelsonMaleska
24ASubstantiveJesse RoarkeMaleska
32DPart of speechFennessyMaleska
20DProper word, sometimesA. J. SantoraMaleska
18DProper word, at timesBolognese-LoMaleska
68ACommon or proper wordCarol DuttingMaleska
41DMidnight or dawn, e.g.Louis SabinMaleska
21ANoon is oneWilliam H. FordMaleska
18AThis may be properWhittenMaleska
3DCommon or proper wordI. Judah KoolykMaleska
12DWord sometimes in appositionJohn GreenmanMaleska
43DParsing wordLouis BaronMaleska
30AIt's common or properA. J. SantoraMaleska
30AProper ___Herb L. RisteenMaleska
3DIt may be collectiveJohn ChervokasMaleska
37APart of speechFrances HansenMaleska
10DSpring, sometimesC. J. AngioMaleska
38DPerson, place or thingMichael PriestleyMaleska
37ASubject, oftenHenry HookMaleska
38DIt may be common or properMartha J. DeWittMaleska
61APart of speechJeanne WilsonMaleska
4DPart of speechTap OsbornMaleska
89DCertain wordJ. A. FelkerWeng
38DPart of speechHugh McElroyWeng
28ACommon or properElaine D. SchorrWeng
34AComponent of a subjectMaura B. JacobsonWeng
3DGrammatical componentJack L. SteinhardtWeng
61APart of speechDavid CrosattoWeng
24AProper or common wordS. A. KayWeng
63ACertain wordUnknownWeng
30DWord formUnknownWeng
18DCertain wordUnknownWeng
2DProper or improper wordUnknownWeng
66ACommon or proper wordMerl ReagleWeng
25APart of speechUnknownWeng
10DCertain wordMartin J. WargoWeng
115ACertain wordRobert Vaux RoopWeng
51DCertain wordUnknownWeng
6DCertain wordUnknownWeng
51DCertain wordUnknownWeng
23DCertain wordUnknownWeng
13DPart of speech.Louise EarnestWeng
67AGrammatical term.UnknownWeng
60APart of speech.UnknownWeng
57D54 Down, for one.UnknownFarrar
60DSubstantive.UnknownFarrar
67ASubstantive.UnknownFarrar
81AType of word.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
39DPart of speech.UnknownFarrar
62AHouse or home.Leonard SussmanFarrar
3DSubstantive.Philip BlairFarrar
52DPart of speech.Norton RhoadesFarrar
86AWord of a kind.Will WengFarrar
29ASubstantive.UnknownFarrar
25AGerund.UnknownFarrar
48DSubstantive.W. E. JonesFarrar
3DCollective word.UnknownFarrar
29DProper ___.UnknownFarrar
62APart of speech.UnknownFarrar
28DTerm in grammar.UnknownFarrar
58A1 Across, for one.S. A. KayFarrar
11DParsing word.Will WengFarrar
20ASentence component.UnknownFarrar
7DSubstantive.UnknownFarrar
31DWord.Leonard SussmanFarrar
58DPart of speech.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
58APart of speech.Thomas MeekinFarrar
28DPart of speech.UnknownFarrar
50ASubstantive.UnknownFarrar
24DCommon or proper ___.UnknownFarrar
33DPart of speech.UnknownFarrar
36D1 Across, for one.W. E. JonesFarrar
34ASubstantive.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
7DPart of speech.UnknownFarrar
81ASubstantive.W. E. JonesFarrar
56DPart of speech.Geraldine KingFarrar
15AAny of a class of words.A. J. SantoraFarrar
80DIt’s common or proper.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
25DGrammatical thing.Mel TaubFarrar
25DPart of speech.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
16DPlace or thing.Jules ArensbergFarrar
29ASubject of a sentence.John WilligFarrar
34DSubstantive.Eugene MaleskaFarrar
22DPart of speech.Sidney LambertFarrar
77DStreet, for instance.Harold T. BersFarrar
38DPart of a sentence.William F. BulowFarrar
29DIt's proper or common.UnknownFarrar
14DPart of speech.Alice CookFarrar
69ASubstantive.Thomas MeekinFarrar
78DPart of speech.Louis JenkinsFarrar
66DSubstantive.Willard N. JordanFarrar
152DPart of speech.Bert StoreyFarrar
34DSubstantive.Charles Merz and Arthur Hays SulzbergerFarrar