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291 results for PET

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

DateGridClueAuthor
33AMost preferred (3)Randolph Ross
130ACockapoo or cockatoo, maybeErik Agard
45AResponsibility for a house sitter, maybeAmanda Chung and Karl Ni
59AStroke (10)Garry Trudeau and Ross Trudeau
64AKitty-cat, e.g.Neville Fogarty and Erik Agard
72AResponsibility lesson for a childMatt Ginsberg
9DTerm of endearment (2)Alex Vratsanos
58AExtra cost for an airline passengerZachary Spitz
43DFavorite (6)Tom McCoy
30DDog, cat or hamsterJeff Chen
22AFamily member who was probably adoptedTimothy Polin
61DFavorite (6)David J. Kahn
64ATeacher's ___Emily Carroll
35ADog, cat or maybe a parrotJacob Stulberg
29AKind of classic rock?Damon Gulczynski
40DStroke (10)David Poole
41DAnimal with a collarEd Sessa
22DStroke (10)Bruce Haight
29DResponsibility of many a house sitterBruce Venzke and Victor Fleming
55ADearie (5)Ellen Leuschner and Jeff Chen
74ACollared one (2)Patrick Berry
21ADearie (5)Jeffrey Wechsler
67AAdopt-a-thon adopteeJacob Stulberg
58ASee 90-AcrossDavid Phillips
37AFried with four legsTimothy Polin
53AKitty, e.g.Andrew Chaikin
62DCat or gerbil, e.g.Nina Rulon-Miller
40AFavorite (6)Tom McCoy
28DIrritable stateAlan Arbesfeld
5DIguana, maybeEd Sessa
35AAdoption optionPaula Gamache
124AStroke (10)Dan Feyer and Andrea Carla Michaels
42AApt rhyme for 26-DownAshton Anderson
3DFour-footed family memberCaleb Madison
103DDollFinn Vigeland
43ASitter's charge, maybeGary Steinmehl
41DCaress (3)John Dunn
81AFurry adopteeElizabeth C. Gorski
87ADearie (5)Brendan Emmett Quigley
5DHamster, for oneAdam G. Perl
18AResident ignored by census takersTrip Payne & Patrick Berry
60DDear (3)Matt Ginsberg
26AKind of projectPeter A. Collins
6DPrized (3)Jeremy Newton
5AAnimal acquired from an animal shelter, sayJohn Farmer
8DFavorite (6)Anthony J. Salvia
32DKind of rockBrendan Emmett Quigley
35ASpaying customer?Patrick Berry
53ATeacher's favoriteHarvey Estes
41AStroke (10)Oliver Hill
88AStroke (10)David Levinson Wilk
97ASpecialBrendan Emmett Quigley
17ACollar wearerEd Early
63DDear (3)Nancy Salomon
45ADear (3)Adam Cohen
35AA cat, but rarely a ratSam Bellotto Jr.
41APique (2)Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
23AFair-haired boySherry O. Blackard
22DSulky state (2)Mike Shenk
28AIt may be unleashedMichael Shteyman
45ACollared one (2)Jerry E. Rosman
19DHoneybunchKyle Mahowald
50AStroke (10)Adam Cohen
121DTreat like a dog? (2)Rich Norris
71AFavorite (6)Elizabeth C. Gorski
43AKind of theoryTyler Hinman
34DMost preferred (3)Nancy Kavanaugh
22DPenthouse centerfoldElizabeth C. Gorski
25AFavorite projectGregory E. Paul
59AHamster, e.g.Louis Hildebrand
5DDearestPatrick Berry
130APrized (3)Alan Arbesfeld
97ATreat like a dog? (2)Rich Norris
6DStroke (10)Peter Gordon
55DHoneybunMartin Ashwood-Smith
49DCaress (3)M. Francis Vuolo
22DFido or FluffyGreg Staples
6AManx of the house?Peter Gordon
22ALovey (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
113ALovey (2)Randolph Ross
71APique (2)Joe DiPietro
52AMost preferred (3)Manny Nosowsky
46AFour-footed friendGregory E. Paul
6DPrized (3)David J. Kahn
24ASulky state (2)Janet R. Bender
118DCanoodleRobert Malinow
41AAstro or Asta, e.g.Bryant White
63A43-Across offeringPat M. Hugel
35DDarling (3)Cathy Millhauser
13DStroke (10)William Bernhardt
57ADino, to Fred and WilmaKaren Hodge
21ADearie (5)David J. Kahn
37AHousebroken animalPeter Gordon
44D51-Across, for oneMatt Gaffney
69AFavorite (6)R. Hughes
59DDarling (3)F. Piscop
67AIntemperate fitBryant White
35DTerm of endearment (2)Norman S. Wizer
68ACherished oneBryant White
4DDarling (3)Fran & Lou Sabin
28AFondleSidney L. Robbins
28ASulking fitMatt Gaffney
5DLetterman's Stupid _____ TricksRandall J. Hartman
4DFit of piqueManny Nosowsky
8DCaress (3)Bette Sue Cohen
35ASpoonNorman S. Wizer
31DDear oneRandolph Ross
20ASweetheartRandy Sowell
24DDearie (5)Alex K. Justin
51DStroke (10)Rand H. Burns

6 results for PET from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Feb 28, 2016diagramless58ACat or hamsterFred Piscop
Apr 27, 2003diagramless12AHouse cat, e.g.Frank Longo
Jan 20, 2002diagramless41AFurry friendFrank Longo
Sep 3, 2000diagramless23AApartment no-no, sometimesJanet R. Bender
Apr 30, 2000diagramless16DStrokeJean Wykoff Reno
Sep 20, 1998diagramless70ADino, to PebblesFrank Longo

175 results for PET from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
34DSnitManny NosowskyTaub
42ACossetErnst TheimerMaleska
21AMillie or SocksBill PolvogtMaleska
42ACanoodleA. J. SantoraMaleska
108DSocks, to ChelseaRobert H. WolfeMaleska
47ACossetKevin BoyleMaleska
24ASulkArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
39ACaressWilliam BaxleyMaleska
21DCanoodleEli WesoffMaleska
38DBushes' Millie, e.g.Peter GordonMaleska
43DFavoriteAlbert J. KlausMaleska
40AFavoriteBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
55DKind of peeveKenneth WitteMaleska
84ASnitKenneth HaxtonMaleska
21DCaressAlbert J. KlausMaleska
23AThe Bushes' Millie, e.g.Arthur W. PalmerMaleska
40AAsta, to NoraLois SidwayMaleska
60DFavoriteCharles M. DeberMaleska
56DSpot or TabbyRonnie K. AllenMaleska
39DIrish terrier, e.g.Charles E. GerschMaleska
61DSandy, to AnnieSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
114DPeevish fitMel TaubMaleska
9DFavoriteWhittenMaleska
34ACossetJesse RoarkeMaleska
20AFavoriteBernard MerenMaleska
60AHuffMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
13DDarlingJean J. DavisonMaleska
52DFavoriteAlbert J. KlausMaleska
75AR.W.R.'s Lucky, e.g.Jim PageMaleska
50DResident animalMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
101DCossetRobert H. WolfeMaleska
35AHuffKenneth WitteMaleska
36DFavoriteBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
29ANick and Nora's Asta, e.g.Judith PerryMaleska
59ATerm of affectionBert H. KruseMaleska
8DHamster, e.g.Virginia P. AbelsonMaleska
68DFit of peevishnessKathryn RighterMaleska
8DGerbil, for oneLarry GoldhirschMaleska
99DHuffDale O. BurgenerMaleska
61DFala, for oneJonesMaleska
48ADaisy, to DagwoodKevin WrayMaleska
34DFala or CheckersJoe ClonickMaleska
38AFavoriteJohn M. SamsonMaleska
45DFavoriteJack R. Harnes, M.D.Maleska
4DFavoriteLois SidwayMaleska
58ADearieLois SidwayMaleska
62DPeevish moodEdward J. BucklerMaleska
42AFavoriteKathryn RighterMaleska
72DCossetE.T.M.Maleska
37ACanoodleC. J. AngioMaleska
62DFavoriteN. M. MeyerMaleska
45ADora Spenlow's JipHugh McElroyMaleska
38DFavoriteA. J. SantoraMaleska
44ACanoodleEmory H. CainMaleska
45ACoddleCharles EnglerMaleska
54AFavoriteA. J. SantoraMaleska
56ATeacher's ___Jack L. SteinhardtMaleska
110DNana, to WendyJordan S. LasherMaleska
47DLike a faddist's rockSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
52DDisplay of temperJack LuzzattoMaleska
121DIll humorBert RosenfieldMaleska
4DCossetWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
4DFair-haired oneFrank NosoffMaleska
27AFondleBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
39DCaressYoungMaleska
56AFavoriteJack LuzzattoMaleska
41DCherishedWilliam LutwiniakWeng
26DFavoriteAdelyn LewisWeng
103DTizzyTap OsbornWeng
47ATeacher's ___Jim PageWeng
70DTeacher's ___Marjorie PedersenWeng
74AKind of charityMel RosenWeng
64D___ peeveDorothea E. ShippWeng
42AKind of charityRaymond F. EisnerWeng
2DIndulged oneWilliam LutwiniakWeng
21AFavoriteThomas SheehanWeng
88AKind of peeveOlga KowalsWeng
23AFavoriteGeorge LaczkoWeng
37DFavoriteJean J. DavisonWeng
44DCat or dogUnknownWeng
34AKind of peeveUnknownWeng
11DSnitUnknownWeng
23APeevish fitUnknownWeng
24DCossetUnknownWeng
32DFavoriteUnknownWeng
94DKind of peeveTanaquil Le ClerqWeng
60AFavoriteUnknownWeng
5DSulkUnknownWeng
47DFavoriteUnknownWeng
1DFavoriteKeith BlakeWeng
23DFavoriteUnknownWeng
33ALassie, for oneUnknownWeng
59DFavoriteArthur SchulmanWeng
97DVariety of peeveMartha DeWittWeng
47ARover or SpotUnknownWeng
54DKitty or FidoUnknownWeng
60DPiqueUnknownWeng
48AHousehold friendUnknownWeng
94DCossetRuth BallWeng
42ATeacher's ___UnknownWeng
33DKind of peeveHume R. CraftWeng
9DHamster, for one.UnknownFarrar
9DFavorite.UnknownFarrar
4DFavorite.UnknownFarrar
4DTerm of endearment.UnknownFarrar
45ATerm of endearment.H. L. RisteenFarrar
20AFavored one.Leonard SussmanFarrar
51ATerm of endearment.Louise EarnestFarrar
61AHamster.UnknownFarrar
43ADarling.UnknownFarrar
55DFavorite.UnknownFarrar
85AFavorite.A. J. SantoraFarrar
6DTerm of endearment.UnknownFarrar
38AObject of affection.UnknownFarrar
51AFavorite.UnknownFarrar
44DFido, for instance.UnknownFarrar
113AEspecially liked.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
61DCosset.Anne FoxFarrar
36DFavorite.Alda F. ZimpelFarrar
42DCat or canary.Leonard SussmanFarrar
30ADarling.UnknownFarrar
18ATerm of endearment.Jay SheldonFarrar
19ACosset.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
4DTerm of endearment.Louise EarnestFarrar
39DFavorite.UnknownFarrar
4DPuppy or kitten.Manny MillerFarrar
44DFavorite.H. L. RisteenFarrar
6ADarling.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
19AFavorite.Louise EarnestFarrar
62DMember of the household.UnknownFarrar
11DEspecially liked.Mel TaubFarrar
43DTerm of endearment.UnknownFarrar
127AFavorite.Aida CromwellFarrar
22AFavorite.UnknownFarrar
73ADarling.Hume R. CraftFarrar
62DEwe lamb.UnknownFarrar
37AFavorite.UnknownFarrar
41ATerm of endearment.UnknownFarrar
65DFit of peevishness.Jan DubinFarrar
1DEspecially liked.Louise RabbFarrar
4DFavorite.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
4DTerm of endearment.Jan and Mike DubinFarrar
24DFavorite.Norton RhoadesFarrar
19AFit of peevishness.Lois HillisFarrar
1DEspecially liked.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
42DA cat, for instance.Harold T. BersFarrar
96DEspecially liked.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
23ACosset.Helen BernardFarrar
80AEspecially liked.Emanuel BergFarrar
18AUnpopular pupil.H. L. RisteenFarrar
59DUnpopular pupil.UnknownFarrar
35AFavorite.UnknownFarrar
45AFavorite.Charles E. GerschFarrar
93AParakeet or marmoset.Harold T. BersFarrar
61AEspecial, in a humorous sense.W. E. JonesFarrar
42DCosset.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
45DMarmoset, for instance.Herbert EttensonFarrar
58AFavorite.Mel TaubFarrar
29ACat or canary.Natalie HankemeyerFarrar
20AChurchill's Rufus, for instance.S. A. KayFarrar
7DFit of temper.Louise RabbFarrar
23D"Doggie in the window."Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
46AA fit of ill-humor.UnknownFarrar
50ACheckers, for instance.UnknownFarrar
46DIndulge.Ralph AndersonFarrar
51ATerm of endearment.Louis BaronFarrar
117DMary's lamb.Thomas MeekinFarrar
66DDarling.Henry A. WolfeFarrar
82AFavorite.Louis BaronFarrar
101DFlush was one.Eileen St. ClairFarrar
51DSulk.Louis BaronFarrar
10DSulk.P. J. LamannaFarrar
122DFavorite.Harriot CookeFarrar
113AFavorite.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
46AFavorite.G. O. ButlerFarrar