8 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for PURIST.
|Thursday, October 13, 2016||53D||Stickler (2)||Don Gagliardo and Zhouqin Burnikel|
|Wednesday, January 28, 2015||41D||Type not susceptible to compromise||Gary Cee|
|Tuesday, December 15, 2009||67A||One unlikely to compromise||Steve Dobis|
|Tuesday, April 1, 2008||30A||Uncompromising sort||Manny Nosowsky|
|Sunday, May 28, 2006||77D||Precisionist||Timothy Powell|
|Sunday, November 3, 2002||102A||Noncompromiser (2)||Patrick Berry|
|Sunday, December 24, 2000||92A||Noncompromiser (2)||Bill Zais|
|Sunday, December 19, 1993||114D||Stickler (2)||John M. Samson|
13 results for PURIST from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Monday, October 4, 1993||42D||Strict traditionalist||Scott||Taub|
|Thursday, March 1, 1984||14D||Stickler re diction, etc.||A. J. Santora||Maleska|
|Friday, June 10, 1983||45D||Rigid grammarian||Fennessy||Maleska|
|Tuesday, December 11, 1973||55A||Hidebound grammarian||Unknown||Weng|
|Sunday, March 4, 1973||47A||Finicky grammarian||Eugene T. Maleska||Weng|
|Saturday, June 20, 1970||53A||Stickler for correctness||Louise Earnest||Weng|
|Tuesday, October 8, 1963||16D||Perfectionist.||Michael Dubin||Farrar|
|Monday, December 3, 1956||10D||One oversolicitous about use of language.||Louis Sabin||Farrar|
|Monday, August 13, 1956||42D||One solicitous about use of words.||Jo Bodle||Farrar|
|Saturday, August 21, 1954||43D||Strict observer of precise usage.||Herbert Ettenson||Farrar|
|Sunday, May 31, 1953||41D||Oversolicitous one.||Israel Gitter||Farrar|
|Sunday, July 20, 1947||109D||Doctrinaire.||Thomas Meekin||Farrar|
|Sunday, June 30, 1946||47D||Advocate of nicety in language.||J. P. Downes||Farrar|