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119 results for PROSE

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

DateGridClueAuthor
45DEssayist's writingSam Trabucco
76ANovel writingLoren Muse Smith and Tracy Gray
29A"Always be a poet, even in ___": BaudelaireMichael Ashley
33ANovel writing, e.g.Jeff Chen
41DSimple writing (2)Robert H. Wolfe
30DPlain English (2)Susan Gelfand
1DPlain writing (4)Paula Gamache
91ARegular writingMerl Reagle
58DPurple stuff, perhapsRichard Silvestri
33AEveryday speechDavid J. Kahn
117ANovel contentHarvey Estes
22AAn essayist's work is in itDavid Pringle
32APlain English (2)Joe DiPietro
118APlain writing (4)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
48DPlain writing (4)Fred Piscop
54AWritingPatrick Merrell
55AOrdinary writing (2)Manny Nosowsky
64ANovel or essaySarah Keller
6DNonpoetic writingPeter Gordon
43APlain writing (4)Richard Silvestri
12DSimple writing (2)Richard Silvestri
64A"Purple" writingPeter Gordon
19APlain speakingGreg Staples
46DIt's unmeteredBrendan Emmett Quigley
77ATextManny Nosowsky
32AOrdinary writing (2)F.A. Longo
84DUnversed?Eric Albert
72AOrdinary linesWayne Robert Williams
44AOrdinary talkSidney L. Robbins
78AStoriesHarvey Estes

2 results for PROSE from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Jan 22, 2012diagramless4DNon-poetryFred Piscop
Nov 4, 2007panda23D... but Q remained seatedMel Taub

87 results for PROSE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
23AOrdinary languageChristy RidleyMaleska
31DMailer's outputUnknownMaleska
26DThackeray's forteEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
43AHawthorne's forteNorma SteinbergMaleska
47DWhat people speakArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
42APlain languageFred TooleMaleska
43AThackeray's forteEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
50DThackeray's forteDon GroatMaleska
58AHenry James's forteArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
19DOrdinary speechReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
52AProust productVictoria Black and Alex F. BlackMaleska
45DJournalese, e.g.Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
55AEveryday writingWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
42AMalamud's forteEli WesoffMaleska
28AOates outputPatterson PeppleMaleska
37AThackeray's forteKathryn RighterMaleska
30DJournaleseSam Bellotto, Jr.Maleska
124ASome literatureCharles M. DeberMaleska
42ABook fareI. Judah KoolykMaleska
46DOrdinary languageJudson G. TrentMaleska
27DMatter-of-fact languageJeanette K. BrillMaleska
21AFlaubert's forteGurnerMaleska
49DBacon's forteA. J. SantoraMaleska
39DBacon's forteKenneth HaxtonMaleska
11DDull discourseThomas W. SchierWeng
39DWriting mediumMaurice J. TeitelbaumWeng
63ADull discourseJack PhilbrickWeng
9APurple or measuredDorothy CannanWeng
28DWriting fieldSidney L. RobbinsWeng
45DLiterary outputHenry V. StrakaWeng
10DLiterary mediumVictor GoldfarbWeng
95DJoyce’s forteEugene T. MaleskaWeng
50DWriting formUnknownWeng
24ASome writingFay L. GieschiWeng
18DSometimes purple outputJennie LemmoWeng
38AWriter's styleUnknownWeng
64ALiterary form.UnknownWeng
38ALiterary output.Arthur SchulmanWeng
43ALiterary medium.UnknownFarrar
32DNovelist's forte.Bernice GordonFarrar
35ALiterary medium.George LaczkoFarrar
32AEssayist's concern.Leonard SussmanFarrar
44DWriter's work.UnknownFarrar
90DForte of 133 Across.A. J. SantoraFarrar
84AWriting.William LutwiniakFarrar
34DSome writing.UnknownFarrar
90APlainness.Will C. WengFarrar
76APlain talk.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
1DType of writing.UnknownFarrar
90ANot poetry.Ralph AndersonFarrar
27AKind of writing.UnknownFarrar
40ALiterary medium.UnknownFarrar
42DOrdinary language.UnknownFarrar
21ABacon's forte.Hume R. CraftFarrar
54DOrdinary language.UnknownFarrar
87ALiterary medium.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
24AOrdinary writing.Jean ReedFarrar
5DEveryday language.UnknownFarrar
73D___ poem.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
77DUnimpassioned discourse.Diana R. SessionsFarrar
38ANovelist's work.UnknownFarrar
46DEssayist's specialty.Roberta H. MorseFarrar
43DLiterary form.UnknownFarrar
48AForm of writing.Thomas MeekinFarrar
14AType of writing.UnknownFarrar
37AOrdinary language.UnknownFarrar
4DLiterary form.UnknownFarrar
47AFaulkner's forte.Jan DubinFarrar
37AAll speech and most writing.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
6D"Words in their best order."—Coleridge.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
26DNovelist's forte.UnknownFarrar
62AOrdinary talk.Thomas MeekinFarrar
40ALiterary form.H. L. RisteenFarrar
32AReporter's product.Marian MoeserFarrar
24AChurchill’s forte.Roberta MorseFarrar
43DUnimaginative discourse.Jules ArensbergFarrar
5AForm of ordinary languageUnknownFarrar
60DMatter-of-fact discourse.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
12DGenus of literature.Thomas MeekinFarrar
5DOrdinary language.Thomas MeekinFarrar
23DMan's ordinary speech.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
19AOrdinary speech or language.S. A. KayFarrar
14AGenus of literature.UnknownFarrar
42AFiction, biography, etc.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
83AOrdinary.P. J. LamannaFarrar
37DOrdinary language.Amy L. GlazierFarrar
126DSpeak tediously.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar