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201 results for NOUN

79 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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Wed Dec 25, 201968AWhat you may call it (4)Bruce Haight
Tue Nov 26, 201967AMad Libs promptOlivia Mitra Framke
Sun Oct 20, 201969AIt's always somethingNatan Last
Thu Feb 7, 201936AWhat you may call it? (4)Morton J. Mendelson
Thu Aug 9, 201823DSomething drawn when landing on a yellow square in PictionaryPatrick Merrell
Mon May 14, 201854DPerson, place or thingAndrea Carla Michaels
Wed Apr 11, 201848DPluralizable thingKeiran King
Wed Jan 3, 201843DWhat an adjective modifiesBruce Haight
Sun Nov 8, 201567DRock, paper or scissorsTracy Gray
Sat Oct 31, 201529AWord that can be commonPeter Wentz
Mon Sep 14, 201517DFollower of "a" or "the," oftenZhouqin Burnikel
Mon Jun 22, 201512DWhat "n." means in a dictionaryJoel Fagliano
Sun May 31, 201568AAn example of itselfTom McCoy
Sun May 3, 201547DOne might appear next to an articleDan Schoenholz
Tue Dec 9, 201459AMad Libs labelPaul Hunsberger
Sat Nov 22, 201411DA follower?David Steinberg
Sat Sep 13, 201445AWhat an article may refer toJosh Knapp
Tue Apr 9, 201325DPluralizable wordSteve Blais
Wed Mar 27, 201335AWhat you may call it? (4)David J. Kahn
Thu Aug 9, 201238AMad Libs specificationJoe Krozel
Fri Jul 13, 201250ATrick or treat, e.g.Jim Horne and Jeff Chen
Sun Apr 22, 201292AWhatchamacallit? (2)Paula Gamache and Ed Stein
Sun Nov 29, 200930DIt may be declinedWill Nediger
Mon Sep 7, 200968AVerb go-withAndrea Carla Michaels and Ashish Vengsarkar
Sun May 31, 200984AYou name it (5)Kelsey Blakley
Sun Mar 1, 200938DYou name it (5)Robert W. Harris
Sat Dec 27, 20083DObject, e.g.Karen M. Tracey
Mon Dec 8, 200818DVerb accompanier (2)Sarah Keller
Mon Oct 8, 200716AGerund, e.g.Steve Kahn
Mon Jun 4, 200733AAdjective follower (2)Steve Kahn
Sun May 27, 200779AWhat you may call it (4)Patrick Berry
Tue Jan 2, 200719AIt may be proper (5)Sarah Keller
Mon Oct 30, 200650AWord that's an example of itself (2)Nancy Salomon
Tue Mar 14, 200655DVerb preceder, usuallyLynn Lempel
Tue Feb 7, 20063DProper ___ (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Thu Oct 6, 200515AYou name it (5)Daniel C. Bryant
Sun May 29, 200575DThing, e.g.Frank Longo
Tue Oct 19, 200458DIt may be proper (5)Adam Cohen
Wed Sep 22, 200430DVerb preceder (3)David J. Kahn
Thu Jul 15, 200434AHook, line or sinkerRoy Leban
Tue Feb 17, 200445ASelf-identifying wordBob Frank and Nancy Salomon
Fri Aug 8, 200330ASubject, usually (3)Myles Callum
Sun May 11, 200320ASubject wordPatrick Berry
Mon Feb 17, 200316AWord before a verb, maybeAlan Arbesfeld
Thu Jan 2, 200342AIt may be abstractElizabeth C. Gorski
Mon Dec 16, 200258ASentence subject, usuallyJim Hyres
Sat Jan 5, 200256AIt may be subject to modificationRich Norris
Mon Oct 1, 200159DIt could be properJanice M. Putney
Sun Sep 2, 200168AWhatchamacallit? (2)Manny Nosowsky
Thu Mar 8, 200138DSomething in writing?Peter Gordon
Wed Oct 18, 200034AVerb preceder (3)Thomas W. Schier
Tue Oct 3, 200032DSentence subject, oftenTodd McClary
Sun Mar 19, 200082DWord that's an example of itself (2)Greg Staples
Tue Feb 29, 20002DAdjective follower (2)Peter Gordon
Tue Feb 1, 200050AOne may be properA. J. Santora
Tue Dec 7, 199912DSentence starterNorman S. Wizer
Wed Jan 27, 199937AVerb, for exampleLeslie Billig
Wed Nov 25, 199823DFriend or foe, e.g.Rich Norris
Wed Jul 29, 19989DProper ___ (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Wed Apr 8, 199833AIt may be proper (5)Nancy S. Ross
Sun Feb 22, 1998131AIt may be commonFred Piscop
Thu Feb 5, 199819DWhat "-ence" formsCathy Millhauser
Sun Dec 14, 19978DWord ending in "o" in EsperantoNancy Salomon
Thu Aug 14, 199727A61-Across, for exampleDavid J. Kahn
Mon Aug 11, 199711DVerb accompanier (2)Daniel Halfen
Mon Jul 14, 19973DVerb preceder (3)Mark Elliot Skolsky
Sat Jul 12, 199726DCommon thing?Richard Silvestri
Thu Jan 9, 199711DYou name it (5)C. Millhauser
Sun Jun 2, 199644DPraser's concernR. Norris
Fri May 10, 199657ASubject, usually (3)M. Gaffney
Sun Apr 28, 199656AIt stands for somethingD. C. Baldwin
Fri Apr 19, 199659AYou name it (5)A. Micci
Wed Feb 7, 19968DIt may be proper (5)Frank A. Longo
Wed Oct 11, 199532DSubject, usually (3)Mary E. Brindamour
Wed Jul 12, 199549ASentence subject (2)Robert Malinow
Sun Oct 9, 199475ASentence subject (2)Bryant White
Thu Apr 28, 199423AIt may be proper (5)Randy Sowell
Fri Apr 15, 199434AExample, for exampleCathy Millhauser
Fri Dec 17, 199359AGrammatical subjectJames Neal

122 results for NOUN from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Mon May 10, 199324DPart of speechMary S. SnyderMaleska
Tue Feb 9, 199337DCommon or proper wordAlfio MicciMaleska
Mon Dec 28, 199225DCommon or proper wordJeff HerringtonMaleska
Tue Apr 21, 199218DPart of speechNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Tue Mar 26, 199111DSpeech partEileen LexauMaleska
Wed Oct 17, 199039ASubstantiveEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Thu Sep 27, 199050DPart of speechLois SidwayMaleska
Mon Jun 4, 199055DSpeech or part of speechSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Tue Jun 6, 198915AIt is sometimes properWilson McBeathMaleska
Sun May 21, 198990DSubstantiveThomas W. UnderhillMaleska
Fri Nov 25, 198840DPart of speechRhonda KrausMaleska
Wed Oct 26, 198835ACat or mouse, e.g.Bernice GordonMaleska
Thu May 5, 198840DSpeech partWalter CovellMaleska
Fri Apr 29, 198831DThis may be a subjectJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Tue Mar 29, 198818AThis may be properEileen LexauMaleska
Fri Jan 15, 198817DParsing wordEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Thu Dec 3, 19872DThis may be properMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Sun Mar 29, 198754ASpeech partRalph G. BeamanMaleska
Wed Feb 11, 198748APart of speechMary C. WhittenMaleska
Fri Jan 23, 198757AThis may be properJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Tue Nov 18, 19864DGrammar itemWhittenMaleska
Wed Jul 30, 198668ACommon or proper wordPeter SwiftMaleska
Fri Jun 27, 198664APart of speechWalter CovellMaleska
Thu Mar 13, 198653DPart of speechAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Tue Dec 17, 198555DPart of speechSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Thu Dec 12, 19853DVerb's object, usuallyPeter SwiftMaleska
Thu Mar 14, 198560A"America" is a proper oneJeffrey A. MercerMaleska
Fri Jan 11, 19853DWord that may be parsedBrett A. BlaylockMaleska
Sun Aug 26, 198411DCommon or proper wordAlfio MicciMaleska
Tue Feb 7, 19842DParsing wordVirginia P. AbelsonMaleska
Sat Dec 3, 198324ASubstantiveJesse RoarkeMaleska
Thu Mar 31, 198332DPart of speechFennessyMaleska
Wed Mar 16, 198320DProper word, sometimesA. J. SantoraMaleska
Mon Feb 28, 198318DProper word, at timesBolognese-LoMaleska
Sun Feb 27, 198368ACommon or proper wordCarol DuttingMaleska
Sun Feb 13, 198341DMidnight or dawn, e.g.Louis SabinMaleska
Sun Sep 26, 198221ANoon is oneWilliam H. FordMaleska
Tue Feb 23, 198218AThis may be properWhittenMaleska
Thu Feb 4, 19823DCommon or proper wordI. Judah KoolykMaleska
Thu Nov 5, 198112DWord sometimes in appositionJohn GreenmanMaleska
Sun Oct 18, 198143DParsing wordLouis BaronMaleska
Sat Aug 1, 198130AIt's common or properA. J. SantoraMaleska
Tue Jul 28, 198130AProper ___Herb L. RisteenMaleska
Wed Apr 30, 19803DIt may be collectiveJohn ChervokasMaleska
Sun Apr 6, 198037APart of speechFrances HansenMaleska
Thu Mar 20, 198010DSpring, sometimesC. J. AngioMaleska
Sat Nov 24, 197938DPerson, place or thingMichael PriestleyMaleska
Thu Oct 20, 197737ASubject, oftenHenry HookMaleska
Thu Oct 13, 197738DIt may be common or properMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Thu Sep 29, 197761APart of speechJeanne WilsonMaleska
Mon Sep 5, 19774DPart of speechTap OsbornMaleska
Sun Jan 2, 197789DCertain wordJ. A. FelkerWeng
Fri Nov 12, 197638DPart of speechHugh McElroyWeng
Sat May 15, 197628ACommon or properElaine D. SchorrWeng
Sun Aug 10, 197534AComponent of a subjectMaura B. JacobsonWeng
Thu May 15, 19753DGrammatical componentJack L. SteinhardtWeng
Tue Jan 29, 197461APart of speechDavid CrosattoWeng
Wed Jan 2, 197424AProper or common wordS. A. KayWeng
Fri Nov 2, 197363ACertain wordUnknownWeng
Wed Jul 11, 197330DWord formUnknownWeng
Tue May 8, 197318DCertain wordUnknownWeng
Tue Oct 10, 19722DProper or improper wordUnknownWeng
Wed Sep 20, 197266ACommon or proper wordMerl ReagleWeng
Mon Jul 10, 197225APart of speechUnknownWeng
Sun May 28, 197210DCertain wordMartin J. WargoWeng
Sun Dec 26, 1971115ACertain wordRobert Vaux RoopWeng
Mon May 31, 197151DCertain wordUnknownWeng
Thu Apr 1, 19716DCertain wordUnknownWeng
Sat Feb 13, 197151DCertain wordUnknownWeng
Thu Oct 1, 197023DCertain wordUnknownWeng
Tue Aug 26, 196913DPart of speech.Louise EarnestWeng
Mon Jun 30, 196967AGrammatical term.UnknownWeng
Fri Feb 7, 196960APart of speech.UnknownWeng
Mon Aug 26, 196857D54 Down, for one.UnknownFarrar
Mon May 13, 196860DSubstantive.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jan 29, 196867ASubstantive.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 17, 196781AType of word.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
Mon Nov 6, 196739DPart of speech.UnknownFarrar
Wed Oct 11, 196762AHouse or home.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Wed Sep 27, 19673DSubstantive.Philip BlairFarrar
Thu Aug 3, 196752DPart of speech.Norton RhoadesFarrar
Sun Oct 2, 196686AWord of a kind.Will WengFarrar
Fri Jul 15, 196629ASubstantive.UnknownFarrar
Wed Nov 24, 196525AGerund.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 21, 196548DSubstantive.W. E. JonesFarrar
Wed Dec 9, 19643DCollective word.UnknownFarrar
Fri Nov 13, 196429DProper ___.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 30, 196462APart of speech.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 16, 196428DTerm in grammar.UnknownFarrar
Wed Dec 4, 196358A1 Across, for one.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun Nov 3, 196311DParsing word.Will WengFarrar
Mon May 20, 196320ASentence component.UnknownFarrar
Wed May 8, 19637DSubstantive.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jan 24, 196331DWord.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Sat Aug 11, 196258DPart of speech.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tue Jul 17, 196258APart of speech.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Mar 22, 196228DPart of speech.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 18, 196150ASubstantive.UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 1, 196024DCommon or proper ___.UnknownFarrar
Tue Sep 13, 196033DPart of speech.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 31, 196036D1 Across, for one.W. E. JonesFarrar
Tue Feb 25, 195834ASubstantive.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tue Oct 8, 19577DPart of speech.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 18, 195781ASubstantive.W. E. JonesFarrar
Mon Jul 8, 195756DPart of speech.Geraldine KingFarrar
Fri Mar 8, 195715AAny of a class of words.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sun Feb 12, 195680DIt's common or proper.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thu Jan 12, 195625DGrammatical thing.Mel TaubFarrar
Fri Oct 21, 195525DPart of speech.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Oct 31, 195416DPlace or thing.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Sun Oct 3, 195429ASubject of a sentence.John WilligFarrar
Tue May 4, 195434DSubstantive.Eugene MaleskaFarrar
Mon Mar 15, 195422DPart of speech.Sidney LambertFarrar
Sun Apr 12, 195377DStreet, for instance.Harold T. BersFarrar
Thu Jan 22, 195338DPart of a sentence.William F. BulowFarrar
Mon Dec 10, 195129DIt's proper or common.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 22, 195014DPart of speech.Alice CookFarrar
Sun Jul 4, 194869ASubstantive.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Nov 9, 194778DPart of speech.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Dec 9, 194566DSubstantive.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sun Feb 28, 1943152DPart of speech.Bert StoreyFarrar
Sun Jun 14, 194234DSubstantive.Charles Merz and Arthur Hays SulzbergerFarrar