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151 results for POP

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

62DChampagne-opening sound (6)Lynn Lempel
50ABeverage called a "tonic" in BostonPriscilla Clark and Jeff Chen
30ASound after snap and cracklePeter Gordon
62AUnexpectedly come (by) (2)Herre Schouwerwou
34DPartner of Snap and CrackleTimothy Polin
28D___ psychology (2)Michael Hawkins
108AFather, familiarlyDerrick Niederman
6DCarbonated drinkRuth Bloomfield Margolin
33DFather figureSam Trabucco
4DChampagne opening sound (6)Joel Fagliano
62DA lot of Top 40 musicTracy Gray
34ATop 40 genre (2)David Phillips
12DPunch in the face, informallyKristian House
32AChampagne opening sound (6)Jacob McDermott
65AFizzy dinner quaffJeff Chen
16ACrush, e.g.Brendan Emmett Quigley
62DDaddy-oDavid Steinberg and Barry Haldiman
24AOld man (2)Patrick Berry
7DResult of rampant inflation?Julian Lim
23AJanuary 1 soundElizabeth C. Gorski
94DTop 40 fare (2)Jeremy Newton and Tony Orbach
4DTop 40 fare (2)Milo Beckman
88AUncorking noiseJoe DiPietro
64D101-Across, e.g.Oliver Hill and Eliza Bagg
22DSound of breaking a vacuum sealPeter A. Collins
8DDad (2)Darin McDaniel
57AFrequent sound at a wine tastingBarry C. Silk
6AGo offDavid J. Kahn
65AGenre for 1- & 22-Across, 22- & 26-Across, 26- & 46-Across and 46- & 49-AcrossPeter A. Collins
31DMuch Top 40 musicBob Johnson
7D___ psychology (2)Trip Payne
49DJump off the pageDavid J. Kahn
67DTop 40 genre (2)Stephen Edward Anderson
115DMusic genre (2)Patrick Berry
4DWith 20-Down, waffle alternativeDavid Quarfoot
57DSome musicJoe DiPietro
41AOne in a union with 37-DownWesley Johnson
50DKind of psychologyJohn Underwood
57DDad (2)Patrick Merrell
16ACommon radio fareDan Reichert
31AShort report (3)Nancy Salomon
4DChampagne-opening sound (6)A. J. Santora
32DShort report? (3)Manny Nosowsky
6DAppear, with "up"Michael Ashley
62DOld man (2)Sherry O. Blackard
43DHalf of a store-owning duoStephen Windheim
9DMusic genre (2)Joe DiPietro
24DShort report (3)Manny Nosowsky
32DBad sound for a balloonistJeremy Thomas Paine
36A30-Down, informallyRaymond Hamel
51AUnexpectedly come (by) (2)Matt Gaffney
52DKind of cultureDavid J. Kahn
40ANot classicalRich Norris
67DTop 40 music (2)Christopher Page
61DThird of a familiar trioD. E. Donaldson
16AChampagne-opening sound (6)F. Heaney
59DChampagne-opening sound (6)Diane C. Baldwin
23DDetonateManny Nosowsky
8DBalloon soundCathy Millhauser
54DIce cream _____A.J. Santora
51AArt styleJoel Davajan
28DTop 40 music (2)John Greenman

2 results for POP from Variety puzzles.

Sep 23, 2018panda50AWhat Dad's root beer is, aptlyAndrew Ries
Apr 2, 2000panda57AWhat baby trees call LarsMel Taub

87 results for POP from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

5AKind of concertNancy JolineTaub
62DSeuss's "Hop on ___"Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
46AKind of artRichard SilvestriMaleska
9DBurstKevin BoyleMaleska
41AWarner of coaching fameLouis SabinMaleska
48ABurstLois SidwayMaleska
24AExplodePeter SwiftMaleska
37ADeflate instantlyRonnie K. AllenMaleska
119DKind of flyJim PageMaleska
10AEmulate the weaselWalter CovellMaleska
1DHow the weasel goesNorma SteinbergMaleska
49ADr. Seuss's "Hop on ___"Tom MixonMaleska
32DDaddyWilliam CanineMaleska
1DMom's mateJean J. DavisonMaleska
1DSoft drinkAlbert J. KlausMaleska
64DHow the weasel goesFrances HansenMaleska
62DExplodePeter SwiftMaleska
56DBurstJudith PerryMaleska
49AFountain drinkH. Hastings ReddallMaleska
29ACoach WarnerJohn M. SamsonMaleska
25AKind of flyLois SidwayMaleska
22AWarner of football fameJohnsonMaleska
62DDadWilliam CanineMaleska
44AHow the weasel goesFennessyMaleska
102AKind of songJudith C. DaltonMaleska
30DHow goes the weasel?Elio DesiderioMaleska
57DSodaA. J. SantoraMaleska
55DMom's partnerJean J. DavisonMaleska
59DKind of corn or artJack LuzzattoMaleska
59DBeverageHerb L. RisteenMaleska
21DKind of artHarriet Gilson RosenbergWeng
14ASoft drinkBill HartmanWeng
35ASoft drinkGertrude GordonWeng
57AArt styleNancy W. AtkinsonWeng
60DKind of gunH. M. KennedyWeng
48DKind of music or artWilliam LutwiniakWeng
123AFly of a kindArnold MossWeng
55DLight musicUnknownWeng
4DKind of music.UnknownWeng
14DBeverageJoseph LaFauciFarrar
108ADrink.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
31AKind of art.Hume R. CraftFarrar
33AOne kind of art.Norton RhoadesFarrar
51DKind of art.Diana SessionsFarrar
20AExplode.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
27DKind of art.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
57DMember of the family.UnknownFarrar
46DPopular beverage.UnknownFarrar
25ASee 23 Across.UnknownFarrar
117DExplode.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
16DSanta's aide.Mary GrowFarrar
60DSoft drink.UnknownFarrar
127APater, in American.A. J. SantoraFarrar
44AFamily man.Bernice GordonFarrar
52DType of fly ball.UnknownFarrar
10AMember of the family.UnknownFarrar
27DSummer drink.UnknownFarrar
57DExplosive sound.UnknownFarrar
62DSummer beverage.Leonard SussmanFarrar
64DSharp report.Roberta MorseFarrar
94ASummer drink.W. E. JonesFarrar
59DSoft drink.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
22ABurst.Herbert EttensonFarrar
4DSummer drink.Cora GoodmanFarrar
59DLight explosive sound.UnknownFarrar
47ASound made by a weasel.UnknownFarrar
37AMember of the family.S. A. KayFarrar
54D___ fly.UnknownFarrar
22ABurst open.UnknownFarrar
43ASanta Claus.George HendersonFarrar
122A___ fly.H. L. RisteenFarrar
32AHe had his day.Israel GitterFarrar
100AHead of the family.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
63ABubble bum sound.UnknownFarrar
32DMember of the family.UnknownFarrar
102DBeverage.Louise RabbFarrar
95A___ concert.W. E. JonesFarrar
94DGo or come quickly.I. KertFarrar
81DHis day was June 20.P. J. LamannaFarrar
70ALow-priced concert.Louis JenkinsFarrar
125DExplosive sound.W. W. WebsterFarrar
135ASound of gunfire.Helen SmathersFarrar