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133 results for PUN

50 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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Tuesday, August 15, 201761DThe clue for 58-Down, e.g. [sorry!]Zhouqin Burnikel
Thursday, July 27, 201749DOgden Nash specialtyJeffrey Wechsler
Saturday, March 25, 201736D"Horse voice," e.g.Sam Ezersky and David Steinberg
Saturday, October 22, 201646AOne of "the highest form of literature," per HitchcockJames Mulhern
Monday, August 22, 201643ATitle like "The Santa Clause" or "Knight and Day"Emily Carroll
Friday, April 22, 20167DMany a Weird Al Yankovic titleRobyn Weintraub
Sunday, September 27, 20152D"Let us spray," e.g. (2)Tom McCoy
Tuesday, October 7, 201427DMany a "?" clue in a crosswordMatt Skoczen and Victor Fleming
Tuesday, September 23, 201455A"Ugh, German sausage is the wurst," e.g.Gerry Wildenberg
Friday, July 25, 201422AMany a New York Post headlinePeter A. Collins
Sunday, June 1, 201493AFeature of many a Ludacris lyricTom McCoy
Friday, March 21, 201433AFeature of many a Duchamp workBrendan Emmett Quigley
Thursday, June 13, 201364D"Poultry in motion," e.g.David Steinberg
Wednesday, February 27, 201350DWordplay from GrouchoDaniel Kantor
Monday, July 30, 201222DSo-called "lowest form of humor"Rosemarie Dolan and Christopher Geach
Sunday, May 13, 201285AThe title of this puzzle, e.g.Ben Tausig
Friday, September 17, 201037AOne of about 3,000 in Shakespeare's playsJonah Kagan, Brown University '13
Thursday, September 9, 201034AGroan triggerKevin Wald
Sunday, August 15, 201056A"The lowest form of humor," per Samuel JohnsonDaniel C. Bryant
Tuesday, October 27, 200941ABit of wordplay (2)Chuck Deodene
Friday, July 10, 200933AIt may not have been intendedJoe Krozel
Wednesday, July 1, 200949DBit of wordplay (2)David J. Kahn
Sunday, December 14, 2008144D86-Across, e.g.Trip Payne
Tuesday, November 28, 200667AWhat 61-Across containsAlan Arbesfeld
Saturday, February 4, 200637DIt may involve a homophonePhilip C. Ordway
Monday, January 2, 200639A"Queen of denial" for Queen of the NileLinda Schechet Tucker
Sunday, July 3, 200570A"The Santa Clause," for oneElizabeth C. Gorski
Sunday, March 28, 200411D"Queen of denial," e.g.David J. Kahn
Sunday, March 2, 200356ACause of a smile, maybeBrendan Emmett Quigley
Thursday, January 16, 20036DBit of witPatrick Merrell
Thursday, October 17, 200255DMany an "Airplane!" gagTodd McClary
Wednesday, April 24, 200210D20-, 39- or 53-Across, saySheldon Benardo
Tuesday, March 12, 200254AMany a crossword clueSarah Keller
Wednesday, December 19, 200130DBit of Cerf humorDon West
Saturday, June 2, 200124D"Let us spray," e.g. (2)Jim Page
Thursday, June 22, 200041DSmile producerRobert B. Baker
Sunday, May 14, 200034AAmuse with wordsBill Zais and Nancy Salomon
Monday, April 17, 200019A"Dollars, taxes," e.g., for Dallas, TexasGreg Staples
Tuesday, December 7, 19997DWit's end?Norman S. Wizer
Sunday, January 31, 199977D"Miró, Miró, on the wall," e.g.Manny Nosowsky
Thursday, February 19, 199822AEquivoqueA. J. Santora
Tuesday, October 29, 199645ABit of paronomasiaR. J. Hartman
Sunday, June 9, 199631AKnock-knock joke, essentiallyM. Gaffney
Sunday, April 21, 19966DSubject of a Swift essayM. Gaffney
Saturday, May 27, 199526AHomophone, maybeA.J. Santora
Sunday, October 30, 199458DGroaner (2)R.M. Hopkins
Saturday, July 16, 199410DGroaner (2)Mark Diehl
Monday, July 11, 199430DPlay on wordsSidney L. Robbins
Tuesday, May 24, 199431DSo-called "lowest form of wit"Arthur S. Ash
Tuesday, December 28, 199351AKnock-knock joke, e.g.Ronald C. Hirschfield

1 result for PUN from Variety puzzles.

September 2, 2012panda44AStart of some verbal punishmentMel Taub

82 results for PUN from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Saturday, November 13, 199318A"Maid in Japan," e.g.Louis SabinTaub
Thursday, October 28, 199364AEquivoqueI. Judah KoolykTaub
Thursday, May 27, 199320APlay on wordsWalter CovellMaleska
Tuesday, August 25, 199251AGroan provokerNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Monday, May 18, 199225AWord playJeff HerringtonMaleska
Friday, April 17, 199251APlay on wordsDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Saturday, August 24, 199125DCalembourPatterson PeppleMaleska
Thursday, April 11, 199144AWord playBert H. KruseMaleska
Thursday, May 10, 199022APlay on wordsFrank MiceliMaleska
Sunday, December 10, 1989110DCalembourJim PageMaleska
Friday, September 29, 198954AEquivokeBetty JorgensenMaleska
Friday, June 9, 198934AParonomasiaWilliam CanineMaleska
Friday, September 9, 198861DWord playJesse RoarkeMaleska
Sunday, July 31, 198859D"Canoe row a boat?" is oneJune A. BoggsMaleska
Sunday, April 10, 198812DCerf specialtyWilliam CanineMaleska
Friday, February 22, 198535AEquivoqueDorothy ElliottMaleska
Sunday, February 26, 198476AEquivoquePeter SwiftMaleska
Sunday, November 7, 198229AEquivoqueVincent L. OsborneMaleska
Saturday, July 31, 198258AGroan producerJoe ClonickMaleska
Sunday, July 4, 198241DEquivoqueAnne FoxMaleska
Sunday, August 9, 1981112AWitticismHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Friday, July 18, 19804DParonomasiaElaine D. SchorrMaleska
Sunday, June 1, 198095DJeu de motsThreba JohnsonMaleska
Tuesday, March 18, 198033D"Abel was I ere I saw Cain," e.g.MeunierMaleska
Sunday, January 27, 1980123DSometimes it's funnyBert BeamanMaleska
Friday, October 19, 197939AParonomastic witticismWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Saturday, November 25, 197831DIt seldom made Cerf boredJordan S. LasherMaleska
Wednesday, April 12, 197858DParonomasiaJohn S. Richter, Sr.Maleska
Tuesday, August 30, 197752A"Canoe row a boat?" is oneMcDermottMaleska
Monday, May 9, 197718A"Sticks float; they wood" is oneEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
Wednesday, September 15, 197622DCertain bit of witJack L. SteinhardtWeng
Tuesday, January 7, 197538AWord playWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Sunday, May 27, 197393A"Thyme on my hands," e.g.Nancy W. AtkinsonWeng
Saturday, March 17, 197339DWord playUnknownWeng
Wednesday, September 20, 197265AEquivoqueMerl ReagleWeng
Wednesday, June 7, 197230ABit of humorUnknownWeng
Sunday, March 16, 196955AWitticismMary MurdochWeng
Saturday, December 14, 196840AHumorous remark.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, June 6, 196833AWitticism.UnknownFarrar
Friday, December 15, 196731DForm of humor.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, August 29, 196718DWit's forte.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Tuesday, June 27, 196749DType of humor.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Thursday, May 25, 196743AThe "lack of foresight" saga, for example.William LutwiniakFarrar
Saturday, November 5, 196633APlay on words.UnknownFarrar
Friday, June 3, 196658AWord manipulation.UnknownFarrar
Friday, April 22, 196657ABit of wit.UnknownFarrar
Monday, April 11, 196657DWordplay.UnknownFarrar
Friday, January 1, 196540AComedian's forte.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, October 4, 196411DOne kind of quip.Sidney LambertFarrar
Saturday, May 2, 196452ABit of wit.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, March 4, 196441AEquivoque.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, December 5, 196310DPlay on words.UnknownFarrar
Friday, April 19, 196342DJoke of a sort.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, November 28, 196233DWitticism.UnknownFarrar
Monday, August 13, 196235ALaughing matter.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, August 11, 19627DJoke.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Friday, July 28, 196144APlay on words.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, July 11, 196156DA form of wit.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, August 31, 196033AWitticism.UnknownFarrar
Monday, March 21, 196016DPlay on words.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, May 7, 19594D"His sins were scarlet, but his books were read."Sidney LambertFarrar
Monday, October 6, 19588DHumor of a sort.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Sunday, June 1, 195830DWord play.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wednesday, May 15, 195736AWisecrack.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Wednesday, April 24, 195726DWitticism.Herbert LyleFarrar
Sunday, January 6, 195769A"And thereby hangs a tale."Marion MoeserFarrar
Thursday, April 5, 195645DJoke book item.Helen FasuloFarrar
Sunday, July 10, 195574AJeu de mots.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Sunday, December 19, 1954103DClever ad lib.Ruth H. OliverFarrar
Saturday, August 21, 195434A"Sticks float. They wood."Herbert EttensonFarrar
Thursday, July 29, 19549DAd libber's quip.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Friday, October 23, 195337DKind of verbal quibble.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wednesday, October 21, 195336AThe "Louisiana Perches," à la Walt Kelly.Helen ChapmanFarrar
Monday, December 10, 19518DJeu de mots.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, April 1, 1951133DForm of wit.Israel GitterFarrar
Sunday, October 16, 194970AEd Wynn joke.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, February 6, 194939DWord play effect.G. A. K. SuttonFarrar
Sunday, March 9, 194794D"Ask for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grave man."—Mercutio.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sunday, May 19, 194618DParonomasia.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sunday, February 11, 19458DPlay on words.Waldo RansonFarrar
Sunday, July 30, 194439AVerbal quibble.Alvin AshbyFarrar
Sunday, August 16, 1942131AWord play.Jack LuzzatoFarrar